Majili Movie Review

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Release date : April 05, 2019

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

Majili is one film which was being awaited all over since a very long time. The film has finally hit the screens today and let’s see how the film turns out to be.

Story:

Poorna(Chay) is a happy go lucky youth in Vizag who falls in love with Anju(Divyansha Kaushik) a rich naval officer’s daughter. As time passes by, Poorna’s local politics create a rift in the love story and breaks the couple apart.

Moving ahead, Poorna marries Shravani(Samantha) but is still in the hangover of Anju and keeps Shravani away. How will the problems between the couple get resolved? What is that factor which changes everything? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

Plus Points:

To start things first, Majili is filled with some memorable performances which elevate the film nicely. Chay Akkineni is a revelation as he gives his career best performance. With this film, Chay proves that he is a director’s actor who molds himself according to the character. The way he showcases the pain with his serious emotions is the best part of the film. Chay is superlative and impresses you from the first scene itself.

Samantha once again proves 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. Be it her body language, dressing sense and sacrificing behavior, Sam showcases it all and wins many hearts.

The second half is where the real action happens as superb family emotions take center stage. Even though Sam and Chay do not have much dialogues, the manner in which they carry the pain is showcased in a superb manner.

Debutante Divyansha Kaushik is impressive for her first film and has a good role in the first part. The supporting characters are quite strong. Rao Ramesh as Chay’s dad brings a lot of depth to the film. Posani was apt as Sam’s impatient dad.

Minus Points:

Even though the film has many feel good moments, the story is old and predictable. There is nothing novel and has a hangover of several Hindi films in the past.

Yet another drawback is that the film is painfully slow at times and can get on the nerves for those who look for sheer entertainment. Director Shiva takes his own time to build the story in the first half and because of this the film starts on a slow note as way too many cricket scenes are showcased.

Technical Aspects:

Production values of the film are top notch as the film 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 meaningful and so were the dialogues which showcase the middle class set up well. Chay has been styled well as the different age groups he plays have been showcased quite nicely.

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 it in a middle class set family is very good. He extracts superb emotions from the lead actors and makes them portray their realistic characters with ease. There are many scenes which will connect with youth, women, and parents which Shiva has presented well.

Verdict:

Premam was a career-changing film for Chay and Majili will do the same as it will take him one step higher in his career. Samantha ably supports Chay with her lovable portrayal and they as a couple, make Majili work in the second half. 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 comfortably. Go watch it.

Majili Final Report : First half is realistic , emotional and Good . Second half is heavy with sentiment and cinematic liberties ! Samantha steals the show with her stellar performance in 2nd half as ‘ Sravani ‘ , Chay got his career best author backed role as ‘ Purna ‘, acted superb too ! Director Shiva Nirvana deserves applause for a solid story in first half and emotional dialogues in second half. However , unreal twist that happens in Dehradun and subsequent old school drama in last 30 minutes takes away some credit back from him !

‘Majili’ Live updates:

  • Movie comes to an end on a happy note. Keep watching 123Telugu.com for complete review

  • A heavy emotional climax scene between Purna and Sravani is going on

  • As the movie is heading towards the climax, Chay started changing as a person

  • Good family drama is going on between Purna and Sravani. Time for Ye Manishiki ye Majiliyo with montage scenes on Sam and Chay

  • Movie is back to Vizag. A few family scenes are on now

  • Movie shifted to Dehradun to a cricket academy as Chay finds a job there. Now, a small twist in the tale

  • Friends bachelor party and time for one boy one girl song

  • Chay marries Sam due to pressure from family and friends. Flashback complete.

  • Time for flashback from Samantha’s side and her love for Chay..with super hit song Priyatama

  • Samantha is Posani’s daughter and some family scenes going on

  • First Half Report: So far, the film is decent with a bit serious narration. Samantha’s introduction at interval point promises a soulful family drama in the latter half. Have to wait and see how it turns out to be

  • With Samantha’s introduction, the film comes halfway. Break now

  • Flashback completed. A mass fight is on between Purna and Subbaraju’s men

  • Movie going on a serious note. Purna and Anshu got separated by parents…Yedethu Mallele sad version song going on

  • A street fight is on between Chay and Subbaraju. Chay is trying to protect Divyansha

  • Chay deviating from his goal. He is slowly getting into Subbaraju’s gang and spiking his life

  • Time for a montage song Naa Gundello. Vizag visuals are being showcased in a beautiful manner.

  • Friendship blooms between Purna and Anshu. A few beautiful scenes are going on between the pair

  • Divyansha makes an entry as Anshu daughter of Navy officer Atul Kulkarni

  • Subbaraj has been introduced as a young politician. A few other characters are being introduced as local Cricket team members

  • Chay starts Cricket practice and time for Maayya Maayya song with his friends

  • Cricket match done. Now, titles rolling with the touching Yedetthu Mallele song playing in the backdrop. Time for a flashback. The film shifts to Purna’s teenage days

  • Chay makes a simple yet mass entry as Purna. A few introduction scenes are going on

  • Movie started with Jabardasth Mahesh’s cricket commentary…

  • Hi… the film has started and it’s runtime is 154 minutes

  Release date : April 05, 2019 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 Majili is one film which was being awaited all over since a very long time. The film has finally hit the screens today and let’s see how the film turns out to be. Story: Poorna(Chay) is a happy go lucky youth in Vizag who falls in love with Anju(Divyansha Kaushik) a rich naval officer’s daughter. As time passes by, Poorna’s local politics create a rift in the love story and breaks the couple apart. Moving ahead, Poorna marries Shravani(Samantha) but is still in the hangover of Anju and keeps Shravani away. How will the problems between the couple get resolved? What is that factor which changes everything? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen. Plus Points: To start things first, Majili is filled with some memorable performances which elevate the film nicely. Chay Akkineni is a revelation as he gives his career best performance. With this film, Chay proves that he is a director’s actor who molds himself according to the character. The way he showcases the pain with his serious emotions is the best part of the film. Chay is superlative and impresses you from the first scene itself. Samantha once again proves 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. Be it her body language, dressing sense and sacrificing behavior, Sam showcases it all and wins many hearts. The second half is where the real action happens as superb family emotions take center stage. Even though Sam and Chay do not have much dialogues, the manner in which they carry the pain is showcased in a superb manner. Debutante Divyansha Kaushik is impressive for her first film and has a good role in the first part. The supporting characters are quite strong. Rao Ramesh as Chay’s dad brings a lot of depth to the film. Posani was apt as Sam’s impatient dad. Minus Points: Even though the film has many feel good moments, the story is old and predictable. There is nothing novel and has a hangover of several Hindi films in the past. Yet another drawback is that the film is painfully slow at times and can get on the nerves for those who look for sheer entertainment. Director Shiva takes his own time to build the story in the first half and because of this the film starts on a slow note as way too many cricket scenes are showcased. Technical Aspects: Production values of the film are top notch as the film 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…

Majili Movie Review

Story - Screenplay - 2.75
Star Cast Performances - 3.5
Technicalities - 3.25
Direction - 3.5

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Majili Movie Review

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