777 Charlie Movie Review
- Release Date : June 10, 2022
- Starring: Charlie, Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri, Bobby Simha, Raj B Shetty, Danish Sait and others.
- Director: Kiranraj K
- Producers: GS Gupta, Rakshit Shetty
- Music Director: Nobin Paul
- Cinematography : Arvind S Kashyap
- Editor : Pratheek Shetty
- 123telugu.com Rating : 2.75/5
If you’ve ever experienced dogs at some point in time, you cannot avoid being drawn to the 777 Charlie. The latest movie starring Kannada film star Rakshit Shetty tells the story of an isolated man who is redeemed by the four-legged princess Charlie.
If you’ve ever owned or had an animal, you know that the word “pet” is a slang term describing your connection to the animal. It’s your pet. And the 777 Charlie brings out the right emotions as you witness some of the reckless tricks that Charlie performs without a second thought over the consequences because Charlie knows that there’s Dharma (Rakshit Shetty) behind the scenes to clean the mess.
Dharma lives a very unappealing existence. He’s completely unapproachable, inaccessible, and inflexible when shutting doors to people seeking his company. The house he lives in is garbage. The mess doesn’t bother Dharma as he appears in a state of numbness. His parents killed him and an older sister in a crash in his early years. He’s a bitter person. He is full of contradictions. He’s a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin, but he never smiles. He’s a great worker who has a miserable life. He’s a good person but doesn’t care about anyone. The bark of his dog is more destructive than his bite.
However, Dharma’s situation changes as Charlie can free it from its violent owner and strays into his world. Charlie recognizes something in Dharma that he doesn’t recognize in himself. Charlie takes on Dharma as his parent and brings some vitality to his life. Two outcasts who have received an unfair hand from the world discover a way to help one another. Both embark on discovering themselves.
Charlie is the soul and heart of the movie. The canine has produced many of the most charming and uplifting moments we’ve seen for quite some time. Every smile or hug and every other hilarious reaction are packed with love. Rakshit Shetty is a character who plays a supporting role in Charlie, who, as a fellow actor, is aware and accepts that the movie belongs to the dog star.
Director Kiranraj K has bathed the world of Charlie in soft, warm blue light, filling every frame with a feeling of tranquility. The color palette is reminiscent of the climate of Bengaluru in the monsoon season and creates a dreamlike atmosphere. Composer Nobin Paul’s music blends seamlessly with Kiranraj’s vision. Kiranraj enhances the positive aspects of the film.
Insane violence, constant chaos, and the slaughter of firearms of all sizes and shapes have been the mainstay of our film experience this year to date. The gist of the year has been the more guns you have and the more destruction, the more profits in film festivals. The creators of the film 777 Charlie deserve praise for believing that people will be receptive to films that provide a more peaceful reflection on the absurdity of our lives.