Gargi  – Review by Naveen

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Girl & Guts 

Gargi 

– Review

Sai Pallavi is a school teacher, who leads a decent life. Her father RS Shivaji, a security guard, is accused of raping a girl child in an apartment he works in.
Police arrest him and the helpless Gargi fights for justice and takes the help of an advocate Kaali Venkat with no prior experience.
Does she win the case? How an inexperienced advocate defends the case forms the rest of the story.
The story is nothing new to our audiences but it’s the narration which makes Gargi a nice movie.
Director Gautham Ramachandran shows his narrative skills from the first frame. He runs the show in a good manner.
Sai Pallavi performs with ease and essays a decent role of a middle-class woman with so many problems and responsibilities. She lives in the character of Gargi.
Kaali Venkat plays a lawyer who comes forward to help Gargi when everyone turns their back. His scenes are quite good and especially while in the court sessions.
The rest of the cast like RS Shivaji, Jayaprakash and Aishwarya Lekshmi give their best. The child actress who plays the young Gargi makes her mark even though she appears for a very limited time.
Cinematography by Sraiyanti and Premkrishna Akkatu is good. Music by Govind Vasantha is extraordinary and it intensifies many scenes in the movie.

Rating: 4/5 

By Naveen

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