Venkatesh’s F3 Movie Review & Ratings

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F3 Movie Review: F2, starring Venkatesh and Varun Tej, was a box office success that launched Telugu’s biggest comedy franchise. Following the success of F2, Anil Ravipudiu returned with F3, which many fans had been looking forward to. F3 was often delayed due to the pandemic, but it eventually arrived with high expectations, so let’s see if it lives up to the hype.

F3 Movie Review


Venky (Venkatesh) and Varun (Varun Tej) are in financial trouble as a result of their spouses’ F3 spending. Venky and Varun decided to open a hotel to compensate for their losses. When a big shot visits their hotel, things change, eventually leading to a large fraud operation. Unfortunately, Venky and Varun are forced into this situation by Harika’s (Tamannaah) wealthy family. The rest of the story is about Venky and Varun trying to get out of this dilemma.

Cast & Crew

Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, Sunil, Murali Sharma, Pragathi, Raghu Babu, and others star in F3, directed by Anil Ravipudi, produced by Shirish, and presented by Dil Raju.

Cast Leads Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, Sunil, Murali Sharma, Pragathi, Raghu Babu
Director Anil Ravipudi
Written by Anil Ravipudi
MusicDevi Sri Prasad
DOPSai Sri Ram

Movie Verdict

A storyline is not required in comedy films because the makers’ primary purpose is to make the audience laugh, and if the audience appreciates the comedy, they will not care about the plot. F3, on the other hand, belongs to the same genre; it doesn’t have a great story, but I’d call it paisa vasool cinema because of the comedy, which works fairly well in the film.

However, the storyline of the film begins with Murali Sharma’s voice-over, in which he highlights the value of money, noting that if someone has money, they may make fun of and enjoy themselves, but if they don’t, they get unhappy, which is the film’s main message. However, after 30 minutes, the picture falls flat since the story doesn’t move and we feel like we’re watching comic pieces. The first half finished with the introduction of major characters and flaws with comedic scenes, as we can see some story in the second half but it doesn’t land well, but what worked in the second half is Sonal Chauhan’s twist, and the film eventually concludes with comedy.

Venkatesh and Varun Tej are the film’s biggest backbones, and this time Anil Ravipudi added some flaws to their characters, such as Venkatesh’s night blindness and Varun Tej’s stammering problem, and Venkatesh once again nailed it with his brilliant performance, he engages you in every frame, and Varun is no less, as he tried to match Venkatesh in every scene and

Anil Ravipudi is a master of comedy filmmaking because he tries to incorporate humor into every film he makes, and this is what has made him a successful director. When it comes to F3, though, we can clearly see that his main purpose is to please the audience with his comedy, as he didn’t seek to convey a story this time, but rather to deliver a message about money, which he accomplished.

F3 appears to be a terrific film on paper, however, the photography by Sai Sri Ram is only adequate, and the music by DSP is subpar. The songs and background music in F2 were superior to those in F3, while the rest of the departments delivered wonderfully in accordance with the film’s specifications.

Finally, F3 is a must watch movie for few comedy scense

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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