Gautham Nanda Review

Story :

Ghattamaneni Goutham (Gopichand) is the son of the chairman of G Group of industries. He is going to become the chairman of G group and he decides to enjoy as much as possible before that and goes on a world tour. After that, he comes across a waiter (Thanikella Bharani) in a restaurant and the fuss between them makes Gautham more angrier and he goes in his car with over speed and hits Nanda (Gopichand). They both swap their characters as they both look alike and Nanda who is poor got addicted to the rich and lavish life of Gautham and he disagree to go back to his own life. What happened with the waiter? Why Nanda and Gautham swap their characters? How Gautham gets back his life and family? forms the rest of the story.

 

Cast :

Gopichand is excellent in his two roles as Gautham and Nanda. He is at ease in his character as Nanda and his body language works well with the character. His stylish look added more depth to the character of Gautham. Catherine Tresa is good as Mughda and Hansika is gorgeous. Thanikella Bharani is superb in his limited role as waiter. Vennela Kishore and Bithiri Sathi gives some humorous moments to audience. All other actors did according to the roles they are given.

 

Highlights :

Gopichand as Gautham and Nanda

Visuals by Soundararajan

Action Sequences

 

Minus :

Screenplay

Second half

 

Finally :

Gautham Nanda is a movie which deals with money and it’s evil effects on people. Sampath Nandi succeeded well in giving career best look for Gopichand but failed in giving best movie.

 

 

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