Movie Reviews


Director by:       Shiva Nirvana
Producer by:     Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi
Written by: Shiva Nirvana
Starring:    Naga Chaitanya,Samantha,Posani Krishna Murali,Rao Ramesh
Music by:    Gopi Sundar, S. Thaman
Cinematography:    Vishnu Sharma
Edited by:    Prawin Pudi
Production company:    Shine Screens Production
Release date:    April 05, 2019

Majili is one film which was being awaited all over since a very long time. The film has finally hit the screens


Poorna is a happy go lucky youth in Vizag who falls in love with Anju 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 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 in this movie

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 many dialogues, the manner in which they carry the pain is showcased in a superb manner. Suhas, the new actor who played Chay’s friend is impressive.

Minus Points in this movie

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.