Shot Boot Three movie review


Kailash Heet, Praniti, and Vedanth Vasantha are three school-going friends living in the same multi-storeyed apartment.

Kailash’s parents are IT professionals, who have very little time for their child. Kailash is often forced to spend time all by himself.

The kid longs for a sibling but he picks the next best option — a pup to keep him company.

Initially, Kailash’s mom Sneha is reluctant to get him a pup, but his dad Venkat Prabhu convinces her so Kailash gets Max, a golden retriever.

Max brings joy and satisfaction to not just Kailash but also his friends. Time flies by.

One day, the elders have to leave town and Kailash opts to stay back at home with Max. Praniti and Vedanth, too, join Kailash at his place.

However, when Vedanth’s maid leaves the door of the flat open by mistake, Max strays outside the gated community. The kids search for Max and step out of the compound. What happens next is what the movie is all about.


Director Arunachalam Vaidhyanathan has suggested that parents should not underestimate the skillsets of their children.

He also gently adds that children should not trust strangers, but also quickly stresses that they must not be judgemental and jump to conclusions about individuals.

All four children — Praniti, Poovaiyar, Kailash Heet and Vedanth Vasantha — deliver commendable performances.

They are the heart and soul of the movie and take the audience into the world of the children.

Venkat Prabhu and Sneha as Kailash’s parents have delivered a decent performance.

They have lived in their respective characters. Arunachalam Vaidhyanathan, Shivangi, Sai Deena,Sukesh and rest of the cast have done their part well.

Rajhesh Vaidhya’s music is a plus as are the visuals of cinematographer Sudarshan Srinivasan.

Rating: 3.4/5