Cinema Chupistha Maava Movie Review
Uyyala Jampala fame Raj Tarun and Avika Gor are back. They have come up with a mass entertainer this time. Rao Ramesh is seen in an important role in the film.
STRENGTH OF THE MOVIE :
- Raj Tarun’s energitic performance
- Avika’s calm action.
WEAKPOINTS OF THE MOVIE :
- Story writing.
- Not a powerful climax
- Many spoof’s.
The story revovles around the Parineethaa(Avika gor) who is calm and topper in inter where the Kathhi(Raj tarun) is total opposite of parineetha who fails in inter and one day sees parineetha(avika) and falls in love with her.He somehow makes parineetha(avika) to understand his love.At this point,parineetha’s father(Rao Ramesh) comes to know about her daughter’s love .Somanath(Rao RAmesh) is quite strict and leads a quality life so naturally he rejects their love and lays a challenge in front of Kaththi and asks him to fulfil it in order to marry his daughter.
What is that challenge ? Will Kaththi accept it ? How does he manage to win his love is the story all about.
Director Trinadha Rao Nakkina banked on a routine script with stereotype characters and cliche situations. He has handled the entertainment part in a decent way. There is nothing much to write about other than the comedy part. Music by Sekhar Chandra is a plus to the film. A couple songs are energetic. Cinematography is fine. Dialogues are an asset.
Raj Tarun is good in the role of an awara. His careless body language and dialect suited him well. He is good at comedy pacing. His energetic performance is the driving force for this film. Avika Gor is good as the female lead. Rao Ramesh is competitive as usual. There are many comedians in the supporting roles and they have done their bit in providing the entertainment.
- Cast:Raj Tarun, Avika Gor, Rao Ramesh and others
- Directed by: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
- Produced by: B. Venugopal, Anji Reddy, Rup
- Banner: Lucky Media
- Music by: Sekhar Chandra
- Release Date: 2015-08-14
BARSARE SAYS ,ITS A MASS ENTERTAINER.