Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie Movie Review

Cast: Charlie, Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri, Raj B. Shetty, Danish Sait, Bobby Simha

Cinematography: Aravind Kashyap
Editor: Pratheek Shetty
Music: Nobin Paul
Producers: Rakshit Shetty, GS Gupta
Written by: Kiranraj K, Raj B. Shetty, Abhijit Mahesh
Directed by: Kiranraj K

Rakshit Shetty gained popularity with the hit movie Kirik Party in Southern States. The movie got remade as Kirak Party in Telugu. His personal life also became a huge news. Later, Avane Srimannarayana got huge hype but it couldn’t live up to it. Now, his 777 Charlie movie released on 10th June in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi and Kannada. Let’s discuss how the movie is …

Dharma (Rakshit Shetty) gives up on life. He doesn’t share anything with any one and this brings more haters into his life. Still, he doesn’t care at all. But one day, a dog Charlie (Charlie) enters into his life and he cannot send her away. He tries all the possible methods but the dog keeps coming back. He gets used to her presence and decides to go on a tour with her. Why does he plan to take a tour? Watch the movie to know more.


Rakshit Shetty proves that he is a good dramatic actor in this movie. He has to emote with an animal or dog precisely and he cannot really explore any kind of dialogue based exhange to get that emotion or chemistry out. He has use his body language and make it believable. He manages to give a highly touching performance. We can call him the heart of this film.

The real hero of this film is Charlie. The dog makes cute faces, emotes well and conveys what is in her head and what the scene requires. You are definitely going to fall in love with her. Raj B. Shetty and others perform well too.

Coming to the technical aspects, Kiranraj k wrote this tale taking Mahabharatha inspiration and he took the Swargarohana Parva Story of Yudhistir and the dog that follows him. The travelling part and few scenes with Bobby Simha touch your heart strings. At the same time, the movie drags a bit to make you “feel” as well. Ignoring those parts, this is a very difficult movie to make and a necessary one too. Had it been a little bit more tighter, it would have been a must watch. Due to the predictable story and drag in screenplay, it gets a bit repetitive as well. But this movie is watchable and dog lovers shouldn’t miss. Visals and BGM needs special mentions.

Performances of actors
Background score

Drag in few portions
Slow pacing.
Slightly predictable second half

Bottom Line: Watchable for Charlie!

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