F3 Review: `F3` film review: No story but has its silly-funny moments

The sequel to F2: Fun and Frustration is Fun and Frustration. This is more of a sequence than a continuation of F2: Joy and Disappointment. Anil Ravipudi, who also wrote and directed the film, takes the United States of America on a new adventure with some of the characters from the first season, but this time in a unique story. It’s a movie that makes no apologies for asking why you lower your head and snort out loud. In today’s Telugu movies, the fourth wall is often broken and it encompasses a lot to fight for. The tone is erratic at best and comical at worst; The movies vary from completely boring to hilarious. F3, on the other hand,

Venky (Venkatesh Daggubati) works at the RTO office and is continually looking for new strategies to make money through corners. His environment is stereotyped and he is envisioned to be nothing less than an ATM with his stepmother (Tulasi) and his siblings. Meanwhile, Varun Yadav (Varun Tej) does nothing, while Sunil (returning to his humorous roots) desperately tries to make money. The film stars Tamannaah Bhatia, Mehreen Pirzada, Pragathi, Annapurna and Y Vijaya as street ladies. Pradeep, on the other hand, sticks to his guns and pulls off a surprise towards the end. The first half hour is a bit boring. Varun is given a Vishwaroopam Kamal Haasan-esque twist using an unsuspecting partner, and the excitement starts in a small way.

Ravipudi gradually reveals a series of tricks. Varun’s stutter and the way he and others get into a live performance can be distracting at times. Murali Sharma, a businessman, is the only character who has no intention or time for practical jokes.

While the second half is good enough and the music isn’t usually unique or memorable, the outrageously wonderful conclusion offers plenty of unusual hilarity. F3 can pay homage to Telugu cinema celebrities and blockbusters; in the end, the humor derived from the development of OTT will triumph.

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