Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie Receives Rave Reviews on Twitter; fans call it an “emotion”

Kannada star Rakshit Shetty who is also a producer plays the lead role in the movie 777 Charlie. The film, which has sparked the curiosity of fans, is out today and received rave reviews on Twitter.

777 Charlie, had managed to arouse the curiosity of fans across the country before its release. The film was released today in cinemas in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam.

Fans appreciated him for bringing a moving story that touched everyone’s heart.

In the film, Shetty plays the lead role of Dharma. This role was inspired by the character of Dharmayara from Mahabharata. In the Mahabharata, Dharmaraya reaches heaven alone. However, a dog follows him there. Dharmaraya then ensures that the dog goes to heaven. Similarly, in this film, the dog ensures that Dharmaraya reaches the sky.

Shetty is widely known for his experiences in Kannada cinema. He hopes this film will do wonders nationwide and he too will debut all over India. The dog’s story makes this movie a must-watch.

Kannada cinema fans enjoy the film. They hope 777 Charlie will leave a positive mark nationally.

Meanwhile, the film received some rave reviews on Twitter. This aroused a lot of curiosity.

Business analyst Ramesh Bala called it a heartwarming movie

Puppy pwer, wrote Danish comedian Sait.

“It was extremely moving, my eyes filled with tears at times. Beautifully portrayed the EMOTIONAL b/w (dog emoji) and (man emoji) connection throughout the movie. BGM, the musical songs were refreshing. J absolutely loved it. A MUST WATCH Movie carries a good msg @777CharlieMovie #777Charlie #777charlieinCinemas,” another user wrote.

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