F3 Movie Review & Ratings

F3 Movie Review: It is common knowledge that Venkatesh and Varun Tej appeared in F2, which is why the show went on to become the most successful comedy series ever produced in Telugu. But because F2 was so well received, Anil Ravipudiu has now created F3, which is a game that many fans have been anticipating. Everyone is quite thrilled about F3 now that it has finally been released, despite the fact that everyone is aware that the pandemic caused it to be delayed more than once.

F3 Movie Review


The importance of money is emphasized throughout F3. The excessive expenditure of money by Venky (Venkatesh) and Varun (Varun Tejwives )’s is the source of their financial predicament. After suffering financial setbacks, Venky and Varun settle on the idea of building a hotel. Things, however, take a different turn whenever a well-known individual check into their hotel. This results in a significant fraud, but Venky and Varun are duped into participating in it because Harika’s (Tamannaah) avaricious family is the mastermind behind it. In the end, Venky and Varun are successful in their efforts to free themselves from this predicament.

Cast & Crew

F3 is a film that was directed by Anil Ravipudi and features a cast that includes Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, and Sunil. Sai Sri Ram was the one in charge of the cinematography for the movie. The score of the motion picture was composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The movie was brought to the public by Dil Raju, and Zee Cinemas was in charge of its distribution. Shirish was the film’s producer.

MovieName F3
Cast Leads Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, Sunil, Murali Sharma, Pragathi, Raghu Babu
Director Anil Ravipudi
Producer Shirish
Written by Anil Ravipudi
Music Devi Sri Prasad
DOP Sai Sri Ram

Movie Verdict

It is not necessary to have a storyline in a comedy picture because the primary objective of the filmmakers is to make the audience laugh. If the audience is having a good time laughing, they are less likely to be concerned with what happens in the movie. F3, on the other hand, is a movie that is good for the family even though it doesn’t have a particularly compelling narrative. However, the movie’s comedic elements are enjoyable to see.
The actor Murali Sharma provides a voice-over in which he discusses the central theme of the film, which is about the worth of money. Sharma laughs at the jokes he tells about how wealthy people may be made fun of and enjoyed, but if someone is lacking money, he becomes irate with them. However, after the first half an hour, the movie starts to get tedious because the plot doesn’t advance and it seems as though we’re just watching a collection of comedic skits. At the end of the first half, there were comedic moments that presented the key characters and the flaws that they had. Even if some of the stories are presented, the second half of the film isn’t as successful as the first. In spite of this, Sonal Chauhan’s twist in the second half of the film was successful, and the movie concludes on a comedic note.
Both Venkatesh and Varun Tej performed an excellent job portraying the character defects that were written for them by Anil Ravipudi, which included being unable to see at night and having difficulty communicating. Each and every scene involving Venkatesh is fascinating, and Varun Tej is just as terrific, matching Venkatesh scene for scene. The character of Tamannah, played by Harika, performed an outstanding job as well. She made an effort to keep up with Venkatesh and Varun Tej in each and every scenario.
When it comes to directing comedies, Anil Ravipudi is by far the best director. Every undertaking that he participates in benefits from his wry sense of humor. However, it is very evident that F3’s primary objective was not to narrate a story, but rather to make people laugh through his comedic performances. However, his discussion of financial matters was successful in maintaining the audience’s interest.
The technical strengths of the movie can’t be ignored, despite the fact that Sai Sri Ram’s cinematography isn’t very impressive and DSP’s score falls short of what audiences were hoping for. The score for Film 2 was superior to that of Film 3, and all of the other departments did an excellent job of addressing the requirements of the movie.
If you just want to have a good time laughing, you absolutely have to watch F3.

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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