Majili Review

Majili Review
  • Movie Name: Majili
  • Star Casts: Naga Chaitanya, Samantha, Posani Krishna Murali, Rao Ramesh
  • Director: Shiva Nirvana
  • Music Director: Gopi Sundar, Thaman
  • Producers: Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi
  • Release date: 05-04-2019

Majili Review: The real couple Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Akkineni’s Majili hit the theatres to day in Grand Manner. The Akkineni hero Naga Chaitanya’s previous outings ended up as debacles at the box office and he has pinned all his hopes on this film.  The movie teaser and trailer have received a huge response from the audience among the social media.  The film has finally hit the Theatres amidst of expectations and let’s see how it turned out to be.
Story:  Purna (Naga Chaitanya) is a happy go middle-class guy and who wants to be a cricketer. He falls in love with a Navy officer’s (Ashutosh Rana) daughter Anshu (Divyansha Kaushik), when everything is going good unwanted circumstances make Poorna and Anshu separation. Poorna went to depression after the love breaks up and with the force of family and friends, He is forced to marry Sharavani (Samantha) as he was her childhood crush, but their marital life is not going smooth and he lives in memories of Anshu. How will Purna change for the better Shravani? Forms rest of the story of the film.

Performances: Naga Chaitanya has delivered his career-best performance as Purna. He has two different shades in his role – one essaying a teenager role in first half and in second half he sports a middleman look with bearded get up, In both the roles Chaitanya did fabulous job. As usual Samantha steals the show and she looks stunning in this film, she is completely impressive with her body language, eyes in sync with her role and especially in the emotional scenes. Audience will fall in love with her character. Debutante Divyansha Kaushik looks beautiful and impressive with her performance. Other Talented actors like Rao Ramesh, Posani, Subbaraju, and Sudarshan are impressive in their given roles.
Analysis: The movie First half deals with romance and fights while the second half narration turns emotional and sluggish at times.   The movie has a very ordinary story but the film has many feel good moments, which makes it beautifully works. The movie director Siva Nirvana, who made his directorial debut with sensitive emotional film- Ninnu Kori, He has once again chosen the same plot as left heartbroken and gets married, Though He became successful in narrating the story realistically, There is a few emotional scenes have been captured well. Although the movie is a bit cinematic, the final act in Majili is nice. The movie dialogues are good.

The film’s biggest problem is its slow pace the movie Songs composed by Gopi Sundar is good and Back Ground Composed by SS Thaman has done fantastic job. The movie cinematography by Vishnu Sharma is nice and editing could be better it looks slow at times. The film was mostly shot in Vizag, raw and rustic look was captured successfully. The movie production values of Shine Screen are Rich.

Plus Points:

  • Naga Chaitanya and Samantha Performance
  • Emotional Scenes
  • Back Ground Music

Minus Points:

  • Predictable Story
  • Slow Pace

Verdict: All in all Majili is an honest portrayal of relationships with effective dialogues and Brilliant Performances. The movie will be liked by the family audience and a decent one time watch for Youth audiences. If you are okay with slow pace Majili makes a good watch for this festival weekend. 

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