F3 Movie Review & Ratings

F3 Movie Review: It’s no secret that F2 starred Venkatesh and Varun Tej, and as a result, it became the biggest comedy franchise in Telugu. However, following the success of F2, Anil Ravipudiu produced F3, which many fans have been eagerly awaiting. As we know, F3 was repeatedly delayed due to a pandemic, but it has now been released amid enormous expectations.

F3 Movie Review


The central theme of F3 is money, with Venky (Venkatesh) and Varun (Varun Tej) finding themselves in debt due to the expenses of their wives. After their losses, Venky and Varun decide to create a hotel business, but things take change when a big shot checks into their hotel. This leads to a major fraud business, but unhappily, Venky and Varun are entangled since Harika’s (Tamannaah) greedy family is behind it all. Venky and Varun finally get out of this predicament, which is the conclusion of the story.

Cast & Crew

Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, Sunil, and others star in F3 which was directed by Anil Ravipudi, Cinematography was done by Sai Sri Ram, Music was composed by Devi Sri Prasad, and the film was produced by Shirish and the film was presented by Dil Raju, and the film was distributed by Zee Cinemas.

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

There is no need for a story in a comedy picture because the filmmakers’ primary goal is to amuse the audience, and if the audience has had a good time laughing, they are less likely to care about the plot. In contrast, F3 is a paisa vasool picture, despite the fact that it does not have an excellent story. Comedy, however, works quite well in the film.
A voice-over by actor Murali Sharma introduces the film’s major theme: the value of money. Sharma jokes that those who have money can be made fun of and enjoyed, but if they don’t, he becomes angry. However, after 30 minutes, the film loses its steam because the plot doesn’t progress and we feel like we are watching comedy bits. The first half ended with the introduction of key characters and their flaws with comedy scenes, as some stories can be seen but that doesn’t land well in the second half, but the twist of Sonal Chauhan worked in the second half, and the film ends with comedy.
Anil Ravipudi gave Venkatesh and Varun Tej flaws, such as night blindness and a stammering problem, and both actors excelled. Venkatesh holds your attention in every frame, and Varun Tej is no less impressive, matching Venkatesh scene for scene. Tamannah, who plays Harika, also did an excellent job, as she tried to keep up with Venkatesh and Varun Tej in every scene.
Anil Ravipudi is a comedy filmmaker’s director par excellence, bringing a sense of levity to every project he does. It is evident, however, that the main goal of F3 was to entertain the audience with his comedy rather than to present a tale. However, the crowd was successfully engaged by his message about money.
Despite the fact that Sai Sri Ram’s cinematography is just passable and DSP’s score falls short of expectations, the film’s technical merits are undeniable. Music from F2 was superior to that from F3, and the rest of the departments met the film’s needs nicely.
If you’re just looking for a good laugh, F3 is an absolute must-see.

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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