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777 Charlie Twitter review: Netizens hail Rakshit Shetty’s ‘heartwarming’, ‘emotional’ film

Users also praised Shetty’s performance and seemed to fall in love with the adorable pooch Charlie.

  • Shilpa S

Last Updated: 05.52 AM, Jun 10, 2022

777 Charlie Twitter review: Netizens hail Rakshit Shetty’s ‘heartwarming’, ‘emotional’ film

Animal companions can definitely change lives for the better and 777 Charlie is one such story. The highly awaited film starring Rakshit Shetty hit the big screen today and netizens instantly seemed to have fallen in love with the titular pooch. Fans flocked to Twitter to talk about the film, and it seems that Charlie managed to win more than a few hearts.

Most users had nothing but good things to say of the film, and found it entertaining and emotional. “It’s not a movie, it’s emotion”, wrote one user and said it was one of the best films they’d watched. Another talked about how the film would inspire a spectrum of emotions, while also criticising the film for its length.

The film certainly seemed to strike an emotional chord with a lot of viewers. One user referred to it as an ‘emotional roller coaster ride’, while prasing Shetty’s performance. Another called it an ‘emotional epic’ and talked about how they were moved to tears by the film.

The film’s acting performances were also appreciated by many viewers. Fans were all praise for Shetty’s ‘wonderful’ performance. Charlie the dog was also praised for her role in the film, and one user even said that she deserved an acting award.

Many claimed that the film was a ‘must watch’ for all dog lovers and Charlie seemed to have garnered herself quite a fan following. One even called Charlie ‘a new heroine of kfi’.

In addition to Shetty, the film also stars Raj B Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri, Danish Sait and Bobby Simha. Kiranraj K has directed the film.

777 Charlie is now showing in theatres. The film was released in Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.

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