Movie Review

Majili Review

Banner Name: Shine Screens
Producer: Sahu Garapati and Harish Peddi
Director: Shiva Nirvana
User's Rating

8/10

Critic's Rating

8/10

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Certified Type:  U / A
Music Director: Gopi Sunder, S. Thaman
Editor: Prawin Pudi
Language: Telugu
Story Writer: Shiva Nirvana
Sensor Board: CBFC
Cinematographer: Vishnu Sarma
Story Details
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 a 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 the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

‘Majili’ is a sensible film that has been made with honesty and nativity. This film is a slice of a youngster’s life. The life phases of Purna ( Naga Chaitanya) such as pursuing his passion of becoming a cricketer, falling in love with a girl, missing the girl and marrying another girl etc. have been showcased with emotional content. First half deals with hanging out with friends, practising in cricket matches and Love with Anshu. The second half is about marital life with Sravani (Samantha).

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. Be it her body language, dressing sense and middle-class behaviour which she showcases, she is top notch and once again showcases how to choose roles which have a lot of value.

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

Debutante Divyansha Kaushik is also very impressive for her first film and has a good role in the first part and acts well too. The supporting characters are quite strong. Rao Ramesh as Chay’s dad brings the middle-class et up and emotions to life. Posani was hilarious as Sam’s dad.


Others Comment:
Majili is a Good film for the family audience and a decent one time watch for Youth! USP of the film is in its story, while dialogues and performances are added assets. On the flip side, slow-paced narration at times doesn’t go well with a section of the audience.
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Direction 9
Editor 8
Casting Producer 8
Art Department 8
Music Director 8

Technical Department

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Story Department 8
Choreography 8
Cinematography 9
Graphics 8
Field Publicity 8
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