‘Majili’ is set in Vizag city, the story spins around Poorna and Sravani, a wedded couple. Regardless of Sravani (Samantha) cherishing her partner Poorna (Naga Chaitanya) truly, he doesn’t respond the equivalent. He can’t overlook Anshu (Divyansha Kaushik), the sweetheart of his adolescent days as they were isolated.
What unites Poorna and Sravani, who brings the change is the central purpose of the film. Naga Chaitanya has invested his earnest exertion to convey Poorna’s character. But he is too youthful to even consider playing this job, particularly when the turns in the last demonstration comes. Sravani is an ordinary working-class spouse and Samantha takes the show. She has the best job and she has taken it in her grasp to have an effect. She enters just before the interim and she holds the whole second half.
Divyansha Kaushik in a short job in the principal half makes a good introduction. The child who has an essential character in the film is so cute. Rao Ramesh as Chaitanya’ father is bolting. He has got the best lines in the film. Posani as Samantha’s dad gives some lighthearted element.
Gopi Sundar has given situational numbers. Three of his songs are smooth, not snappy but rather important. Thaman’s score has worked well. The cinematography is lovely. The pace of the film is damn moderate and a better crisp editing would have had the effect. Feelings executions functioned admirably in this present film. Samantha’s acting and Rao Ramesh’s job are also positive elements of the flick. The basic frustration components are its Slow portrayal, antiquated narrating and absence of excitement.
Shiva Nirvana exhibited a triangle story of a wedded couple with Ninnu Kori’ in a persuading way. The film featuring Nani, Aadhi and Nivetha Thomas not just won great commendation it also proceeded to turn into a hit. In his second film “Majili” as well, we see triangle story with a slight distinction. Here hero loses his lover and weds another lady without his decision. Like in his first one this one also centres around building up the obligation of the wedded couple.
‘Majili’ is, even more, a family drama. It is not too bad to watch in the event that you pardon the moderate pace and routine components. For the genuine couple Naga Chaitanya and Samantha, it works however for adolescents it might give the antiquated feel.
My Review 2.75 / 5