Gam Gam Ganesha - A Decent Crime Comedy

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Gam Gam Ganesha Movie Review - A Decent Crime Comedy

Movie: Gam Gam Ganesha
Rating: 2.75/5
Cast:  Anand Deverakonda, Pragathi Srivasthava, Nayan Sarika, Emmanuel, Satyam Rajesh and others
Director: Uday Bommishetty
Produced By: Kedar Selagamsetty, Vamsi Karumanchi
Release Date: 31st May 2024


Ganesh played by Anand Devarakonda is a small-time criminal who has feelings for a girl, but she leaves and gets engaged to a rich man. Anand, feeling distressed, decides to achieve wealth at all costs and devises a major robbery plan. At the same time, Kishore Reddy, a politician in Kurnool, wants to win the election by any means necessary. To fulfill the same purpose, he arranges a hundred crore rupees to be distributed to the people. The main story revolves around a diamond theft and a Ganesha idol that is stuffed with a lot of money. It explains how Ganesh got involved in all of this, and how he. managed to break out.


Anand Deverakonda has played the commercial hero role for the first time. Clearly, the effort is sincere, and though he needs to improve his dialogue diction, he is honest and showed glimpses that he will deliver better with more experience. Pragathi Srivasthava is beautiful and has good screen presence. Rajesh Emmanuel was fine as hero's friend. Vennela Kishore gets a unique eccentric role and he was good till he lasted. Satyam Rajesh is alright, but Raj Arun is nothing more than a dubbing actor who has no added value.

What Worked For The Film:

Though the film's narrative is inconsistent, the comedy parts working every now and then hold the attention. The pre-climax twist is good which leads to things getting chaotic. The climax is effective where there are too many characters linked with the plot. 

What Did Not Work For The Film:

The hero's introduction and the initial love track fail to impress. The post-interval proceedings feel clueless and aimless with nothing exciting happening for a while. The dragged effect is added becuase the love track. The Villain Character was poorly conceived and it was conveniently used by the director.

Gam Gam Ganesha Review And Verdict:

Director Uday Bommishetty was able to make Gam Gam Ganesha a decent crime comedy. The inconsistency in the narrative in a few places works against the film. Still, the entertainment and crucial twists in the second half are the real highlights, keeping the audience intrigued and excited. 

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