Vishwaksen’s Gaami – A different experience

  																				 Vishwaksen’s Gaami – A different experience

Release Date : March 08, 2024 Rating : 3/5

Starring: Vishwaksen, Chandini Chowdhary, Abhinaya, Mohammad Samad, Harika Pedada, Shanti Rao, Mayank Parak and others

Director: Vidyadhar Kagita

Producers: Karthik Sabareesh and many crowdfunders

Music Director: Naresh

Cinematographer: Vishwanath Reddy Ch

Editor: Raghavendra Thirun

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Vishwaksen’s long-awaited movie, Gaami, has finally made its theatrical debut amidst decent buzz. Check out the review to know how it is.


Shankar (Vishwaksen) is an Aghora who has a rare condition of fainting due to human touch. He embarks on a journey to find the Mali Patra, a scarce flower that provides a solution, available on the Dronagiri mountain. Meanwhile, a group of doctors conducts terrible experiments on humans, and in another story, villagers are in search of Uma (Harika Pedada), the daughter of a Devadasi Durga (Abhinaya). Shankar’s connection with the rest of the stories unfolds as his journey progresses. Whether he finds the flower to solve his problem and how Jahnavi (Chandini Chowdhary) is related to the story is revealed as the story unfolds.

Plus Points:

Let’s take a moment to appreciate the makers’ dedication in delivering the best possible outcome with the available resources. The director Vidyadhar Kagita, the technical crew and cast, deserve recognition for their contributions.

Vishwaksen shines in his role as an Aghora, delivering a compelling performance with minimal dialogue and expressive acting.

Chandini Chowdhary portrayed her character as a doctor accompanying Shankar on his journey with adequate proficiency.

Harika Pedada’s portrayal of Uma and Mohammad Samad’s portrayal of the young prisoner CT-333 is commendable, with the rest of the cast delivering solid performances within their limitations.

Certain visuals captured in the Himalayas are breathtaking, complemented by top-notch music that enhances many scenes, thanks to the talented technical team behind these aspects.

Minus Points:

While the story is interesting, the slow-paced screenplay, particularly in the first half, could have been better-paced. The director should have paid more attention to maintaining the momentum throughout.

Scenes involving the experiments could have been presented more dynamically to increase the film’s dramatic impact. Additionally, the revelation of twists and the subsequent climax scenes could have been executed more effectively to elevate the film’s overall quality.

The movie isn’t without its flaws. For example, it’s unrealistic for the heroine to wander around a freezing environment without gloves. The director should have paid more attention to such important details.

Technical Aspects:

Debutant director Vidyadhar Kagita deserves praise for his vision and execution of a concept that is not widely discussed, although more attention to the screenplay would have been beneficial.

The film’s music and cinematography are its standout features, with Naresh Kumaran and Vishwanath Reddy Ch delivering outstanding work in their respective fields. Despite the budget constraints, the team has achieved impressive results, although some unfinished work remains in the editing department.


On the whole, Gaami offers a unique cinematic experience. Strong performances by Vishwaksen and Chandini Chowdhary, coupled with technical excellence, contribute to its appeal. However, the film is hindered by a sluggish pace and occasional dull moments. Nonetheless, for those seeking a movie with rich technical elements, Gaami is worth considering. Rating: 3/5

Reviewed by 123telugu Team

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