Chaari 111 Review: Vennela Kishore Impresses as a Spy Agent
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  • Chaari 111 Review: Vennela Kishore Impresses as a Spy Agent

    Chaari 111 Review: Vennela Kishore Impresses as a Spy Agent

    March 1, 2024

    Cast: Vennela Kishore, Samyuktha Viswanathan, Murali Sharma, and others

    Director: TG Keerthi Kumar

    Music Directors: Simon K King

    Cinematographer: Richard Kevin A

    Editor: Kaashish Grover

    Producer: Aditi Soni

    Vennela Kishore stars as the hero in the spy action fun entertainer ‘Chaari 111‘, directed by TG Keerthi Kumar. Samyuktha Viswanathan plays the female lead opposite Vennela Kishore, with Murali Sharma in a pivotal role. Simon K. King has provided the music for this film, which hit the screens today. Let’s see how much it managed to impress the audience and whether Vennela Kishore has captivated the viewers in his hero role in this review.


    Chaari (Vennela Kishore) is an agent at Rudranetra, a spy agency, who constantly makes silly mistakes and gets scolded by his boss, Rao (Murali Sharma). Amidst this, a human bomb blast occurs in the city. Chaari is assigned as an agent to solve this crime. Eesha (Samyuktha Viswanathan) is also included in this mission as ‘Plan B’. Who is behind this crime? Why did they plan the blasts? How did Chaari find him? What’s the love story between Chaari and Eesha? That’s the story.


    Vennela Kishore has delivered a fantastic performance in this film. As agent Chaari, he induces laughter with his signature style while making silly mistakes. He steals the show in the climax action scenes and showcases his emotional range in different scenes from his previous films. Samyuktha Viswanathan has done a good job as the female lead. Murali Sharma and comedian Satya also captivate with their performances. Other actors, including Brahmanandam, have performed well within the scope of their roles.


    Director TG Keerthi Kumar’s main storyline and some comedy scenes are quite good. However, the single-line story and the routine, uninteresting narration are drawbacks. Constantly making Chaari commit silly mistakes becomes tedious for the audience after a point. Despite some good comedy making and funny dialogues, the lack of gripping scenes and illogical sequences slow down the film. The crucial flashback scene and the climax also fail to satisfy. The villain’s character conclusion could have been better executed.


    On the technical front, Simon K. King’s background score is adequate. Cinematographer Richard Kevin’s work is a major strength of the film, capturing every frame effectively. The editing is also commendable. Producer Aditi Soni’s production values are high, with no compromise visible in the quality.

    Plus Points

    – Vennela Kishore’s acting

    – Comedy

    – Cinematography

    Minus Points

    – Slow narration

    – Lack of engaging scenes Rating: 2.5/5

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