Gandeevadhari Arjuna Movie Review

Starring: Varun Tej, Sakshi Vaidya, Nassar, Vimala Raman, Vinay Rai, Abhinav Gomatam, Ravi Varma , Kalpalatha, Baby Veda

Director: Praveen Sattaru

Producer: BVSN Prasad

Music Directors: Mickey J Meyer

The much-anticipated film, “Gandeevadhari Arjuna,” starring Varun Tej in the titular role, has hit theaters, bringing with it high expectations. Let’s dive into the review to see how the movie fares.


The narrative follows Adityaraj Bahadur, a central minister from India (Nassar), who faces a threat to his safety during his visit to London for the UN Summit on global warming. Arjun Varma (Varun Tej) steps in to protect Adityaraj from the danger posed by Ranveer (Vinay Rai) and his allies. As the story unfolds, questions arise: Why is Adityaraj targeted by Ranveer? What’s the connection between them? Who is Arjun, and how does Ira (Sakshi Vaidya) fit into the picture?


Varun Tej excels in his role as Arjun Varma, effortlessly handling both the action sequences and the subtler moments.

Nassar’s portrayal of Adityaraj is commendable and adds depth to the film.

The movie benefits from impressive visuals, courtesy of cinematographers Mukesh G and Amol Rathod.

The sound design significantly contributes to the film’s overall entertainment value.


Despite initial promises to explore themes of global warming and environmental issues, the film sidelines these concepts in favor of a kid-centric storyline.

The lack of freshness and engagement in the first half disconnects the audience early on, and the second half fails to redeem the film’s pacing and engagement.

The director struggles to effectively utilize the ensemble cast, with several prominent characters lacking meaningful development.

Characters played by Sakshi Vaidya, Narain, Vimala Raman, and Ravi Varma fail to leave a substantial impact.

Emotional moments lack resonance, and the slow-paced screenplay hampers the impact of the climax.

The film’s action sequences fall short of delivering the expected excitement, lacking standout moments.


On the whole, “Gandeevadhari Arjuna” is a run-of-the-mill action drama that struggles to captivate. Varun Tej and Nassar shine in their roles, but other characters fail to leave a mark. The movie’s weak writing and sluggish screenplay result in a lackluster experience in both halves. If you’re willing to overlook these shortcomings, you might consider watching it this weekend, but maintain tempered expectations.