Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana (GGVV) is an extraordinary work of art. He is ruthless in his individuality and a brave filmmaker who tries to turn all his anger into a warming fire rather than causing destruction. Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana (GGVV) is wholly owned by Raj B. Shetty, who after Ondu Motteya Käthe completed a flawless shooting style in his second mission. With some great series and impressive performances. Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana (GGVV) story slides effortlessly and is complemented perfectly by Praveen Shriyan’s cinematography and Midhun Mukundan’s music.
Gangster drama about brotherhood:
It lies between Shiva (Raj B Shetty) and Hari (Rishab Shetty) and thrives against the coastal backdrop of Mangala Devi. Raj took a sheet of Sri Devi Mahatma Yakshagana’s performance and presented the character traits of Bramha – the Creator, Vishnu – the Sustainer and Maheshwara – the Destroyer. Shiva’s tumultuous childhood made him a rebel who overprotected Harry. Bramhaya (Gopalkrishna Despande), a deputy inspector. That enters and is transferred to Mangala Devi. Their paths cross as Harry rises to become strong and rule the coastal city. Will she get help from Shiva, or will this improvement affect their relationship?
The series reflects a wide variety of human emotions ending in a less-than-thoughtful climax. Although some scenes are repeated, the film maintains a high speed. The director explores the culture of Mangala Devi and manages to pump adrenaline into the scene, which also creates loneliness, confusion, and inner turmoil. Every actor in this ensemble did their part very well. While Raj Shetty brought his role as Shiva to life, Rishab Shetti shone with a mature performance as Harry. Gopalkrishna Deshpande also confirmed the trust his director had in him.
Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana (GGVV) prides itself on fine craftsmanship and is well written and well done. He advises the team that he is not praising the scandal, which is a gangster drama. The director has outlined a rainbow of crazy child characters who grow up to be gangsters and the complications. Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana (GGVV) should be experienced with an open appreciation of the art of filmmaking.
At first glance, Garuda Gamana maybe two unlikely friends and their brotherhood:
Even if they control most of Mangaluru from the narrow streets with an iron fist. It tells a bigger story – about loyalty, about what is right and what is not. When Rishab Harry plays with a certain coolness – his lips smile even when his mind is drawing, and his eyes are cold – Rajs Shiva is one of the most beautiful characters on screen in recent years. He was perfect and ruthless, but he loved cricket and the people he played with the same passion. She is his Shiva Anna. It is actually this innate love for him that drives the finale piece of the great puzzle called the Garuda Gamana.
Raj relies very less on the words and more on his body language. As he does in real life, so that you can understand the changing dynamics of relationships. The way Harry’s eyes initially followed Shiva’s… oh, let’s admire it like that!
This story is told by a Brahmaya police officer who was transferred to Mangaluru. As punishment for talking to his daughter during a church service. He was warmly greeted by two friends who had sold snacks. Right before discovering that there was money to be gangsters. It was terrible at first, but then, pushed into a corner. He thinks of a way to compensate. The power equation changes in minutes, humanity emerges, and outside respect creates a place for proper respect.