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Performances of lead couple, Emotions, climax.
Slow narration, old and predictable.
Majili is a 2019 Romantic Drama movie written and directed by Shiva Nirvana under Shine Screens banner.
Cast & Crew:
Naga Chaitanya, Samantha, Divyansha Kaushik, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, Posani Krishna Murali
But as Majili plays out, you sympathise with the protagonist, feel his angst and relate to his pain. The film has enough in it to keep you glued to the screen.
'Majili' is about events rather than conversations. It could have been a coming-of-age drama but it remains content with situational humour and convenient situations for the most part. Performances and a couple of other elements save the day.
Majili is a Good film for family audience and a decent one time watch for Youth! USP of the film is in it’s story, while dialogues and performances are added assets. On flip side, slow paced narration at times doesn’t go well with a section of audience.
‘Majili’ is more of a family drama. Overall, it is a decent watch if you excuse the slow pace and routine elements. For the real life couple Naga Chaitanya and Samantha, it works but for youngsters it may give old-fashioned feel.
Overall, Majili, despite its utter predictability and unsurprising narrative, the writing and acting hold the movie together to provide an engaging and satisfying outing.
Premam was a career changing film for Chay and Majili will do the same as it will take him one step higher in his career. Samantha ably supports Chay with her lovable role and they as a couple, make Majili work in the second half. The film will be liked by the family audience and youth as both the halves have been set according to their sensibilities. If you ignore the predictable nature of the script and bear the slow pace, the roller coaster of emotions will surely make you enjoy this film comfortably. Go watch it.
On a whole, Majili is a decent romantic drama that will appeal to the matured audience as well as the youth. The film gets dramatic and sloppy at times, but keeps its viewers interested with some well written scenes and dialogue.