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Majili Live updates premier show review

by Xappie Desk | April 04, 2019 22:35 IST
Majili Live updates premier show review

Majili Live updates premier show review
 
Majili, directed by Shiva Nirvana, brings together Samantha and Naga Chaitanya for the first time after their marriage in 2017. The emotional drama has a positive buzz surrounding it.
 
Naga Chaitanya is waiting for a solid hit. Let’s see if Majili puts an end to Chaithu’s flop streak and gives him a much-needed hit.
 
Majili Movie Live Updates:
 
*Ghutka eating badass Purna aka Chaitu opens the movie with solid BGM. Straight onto a cricket match, the youth is going to love it. Will it be another Ninnu Kori or even better film, let’s watch the #chaysam magic on screen.
 
*Refreshing opening - Rao N Ramesh, Posani, etc with some gags. Certain movies give you a positive vibe just as they begin Majili seems like one of it.
 
*Director Shiva picked cricket as the backbone for this film. What a safe and smart choice, it’s one thing that never goes wrong with Indians. The second match now and Chaitu is killing it with SS Thaman fantastic BGM.
 
*Second lead Heroine Divyansha Kaushik looks beautiful has a lovely screen presence. Presenting her as a North Indian adds more comfort to viewers.
 
*Naga Chaithanya can look like a teenager effortlessly proved another time in Majili after Premam.
 
*Songs are breezy and apt but Bgm is overshadowing the songs. It's just too good.
 
*Pre interval twist is regular but directed very well. Shows character development of hero, the maturity of the heroine, responsibility of a father, manipulating mindsets of antagonists - all in one scene.
 
*Ordinary story and scenes marveled out excellently on screen - the cinematography, Bgm, direction, and screenplay just wow so far... just the first half seems enough for the movie to be a Blockbuster.
 
*Samantha enters right after the dialogue ‘Agni Sakshi ga thaali kattina bharya sir’ Thaman adds soul to the scene with his Bgm. movie sets enough pace to binge on in the second half. Carefully made engrossing tale so far.
 
*"Where is the where is the" song sounds cool, looks cool and Chaithu does it cooly!
 
*Movie hits a major speed breaker in the second half. Some unexpected twists haze audience, Director should hopefully put the movie back on track.
 
*Second half derails slightly losing the movie’s tempo. Shiva still keeps the audience gripping with his direction and oh man that BGM by Thaman is by far the highest point of the film.
 
*Meera is introduced in the second half - who is she and what is she. Brings to the plot should be watched on screen.
 
*Chay Sam touch so many different issues like love, the sanctity of marriage, forgiveness, loneliness, and family. The second half is an Emotional ride. Samantha & chay look perfect just lacked more scenes on screen together
 
*Admirable, well paced and directed. Remove one element from the second half it would’ve still made it to the best movies list. Great films are always ruined by just a tiny mistake and this falls into that pit.
 
*Minus one element in the second half and eliminating illogical cinematic liberties and dragging audience down the same road, Majlili could’ve have been a Rangasthalam for Naga Chaitanya. But it just stops right there, disappointing in the 2 half.
 
*Samantha seems heavily underplayed to elevate Naga Chaitanya which may or may not work for the film as a whole. Her Potential did not come out in both her character and her acting. She was just there doing a good job.
 
*Siva’s novelistic direction worked fantastically in the first half, Gets clichéd And leaves us slightly disappointed as you realize there is nothing much happening in the film towards the end of it. It backs some cinematic fireworks but towards the end, not enough emotional punch.


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