Majili Movie Review

Cast and Crew :
Starring : Naga Chaitanya, Samantha ,Posani Krishna Murali,Rao Ramesh ,Srinivas Avasarala
Director : Shiva Nirvana
Producers : Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi
Music Director : Gopi Sundar, S. Thaman

After few disappointing movies Nag Chaitanya is coming up with Majili Movie. This is one film which is being awaited all over since a very long time. The film has finally hit the screens today and let’s see about the review.

Coming to story, Poorna(Chay) is a happy go lucky youth from Vizag who falls in love with Anju(Divyansha Kaushik) a rich naval officer’s daughter. As time passes by, Poorna’s local politics in his town create a rift between the love story and breaks the couple apart. Moving ahead, Poorna marries Shravani(Samantha) but is still in hangover of Anju and keeps Shravani away. How will the problems between the couple get resolved? What is the factor which changes everything? To know all those answers we have to go and watch in theaters.

Performances :
When coming to performance, we should mention the hardwork of Chay Akkineni. He gives his career best performance. With this film, it is once again proved that Chay is a director’s actor and can perform.according to the need of the story. The way he showcases the pain he feels with all the seriousness and emotional body language is the best part of the film. Chay is superlative in his role and impresses you from the first scene itself.Samantha once again proved that it is not the length of the role but the depth of it to leave an impression. She as Shravani takes the film to another level in the second half. Rest of the Charectors did well as per their roles.

Technical Aspects:
Coming to the director Shiva Nirvana, he has once again showcased a mature love story impressively.Though the story seems old, his adaptation and setting in a middle class set up is very good. He extracts superb emotions from the lead actors and makes the film enjoyable because of their terrific portrayal of their realistic characters. There are many scenes which will connect with so many women, one sided lovers and parents which Shiva has executed well.
Production values of the film are top notch as the film rich and showcases both the time zones in a superb manner. Music by Gopi Sundar is just about okay as some more hit songs could have made things better. But Thaman breathes life into the film with his BGM which is very good. Lyrics are quite meaningful and so were the dialogues which showcase the middle class set up well.

The film will be liked by the family audience and youth as both the halves have been set according to their sensibilities. If you ignore the predictable nature of the script and bear the slow pace, the roller coaster of emotions will surely make you enjoy this film. So have a look on this weekend.
Rating :3/5

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