Godha Movie Review, Godha Movie Rating (3/5) – A Comedy Sport Drama Entertainer


Godha Movie Review: Tovino Thomas alongside Renji Panicker went deep transformation for the film Godha. After Dangal and Sultan in Bollywood, Wrestling got a good grip over Indian Cinema and also everyone recognising it as a sport. This time it is the time for Mollywood to come up with a sport drama which involves Wrestling with big cast and a cute love stories between them.

Godha is a Malayalam movie directed by Basil Joseph, starring Tovino Thomas, Wamiqa Gabbi and Renji Panicker in the lead roles. The film is Produced by Dr.AV Anoop, Mukesh R Mehta under the banner of AVA Productions and E 4 Entertainmentand. The story is Written by Rakesh Mantodi. The music is given by Shaan Rahman.

Godha Movie Review, Story Plot:

  • Production: Mukesh Mehtha
  • Cast: Balasaravanan, Tovino Thomas, Wamiqa Gabbi
  • Direction: Basil Joseph
  • Screenplay: Rakesh Mantodi
  • Story: Basil Joseph
  • Music: Shaan Rahman
  • Background score: Shaan Rahman

Story: The story rotates around 5 characters and a sport which connects them together. Dasan who is a student under captain and Aditi comes from Punjab who is also a wrestler. The film rotates around Dasan and Balettan who are trying to hit on Aditi who dedicated her life to wrestling on the other side. Captain organises Wrestling Championship in their own ground and they participate against each other where they unite.

Review: The comedy on a love track and wrestling attracts many audience. The film will give you an overview of how the people see at wrestling and how they treat kids when they want to learn something which they want to. An apt showcase of the story will bring you raise high in some cases which didn’t.

Godha Movie Rating and Public Talk:

Godha Movie Rating: 3/5

Godha Movie Plus & Minus:


  • Renji Panicker as Captain, Tovino Thomas as Dasan and Wamiqa Gabbi as Aditi did really well in the film.
  • The characters brings life to the story.


  • Nothing much to tell.

Godha Movie Verdict: A comedy film which go well on wrestling brings you the entertainment which you need.