Super Machi Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Shyam K Naidu
- Marthand K Venkatesh
- Puli Vasu
- Rachita Ram
- Rhea Chakraborty
- Pragathi Mahavadi
- Music Composer:
- S. Thaman
- The performance of the stars are good
- Impressive star cast
- Certain characters are not developed well
- The climax is shot in a hurried manner
Super Machi is scripted and directed by Puli Vasu. Rizwan produced the film, and S Thaman composed the music. “Shyam K Naidu” handled the camera and editing is by “Marthand K Venkatesh.” Kalyaan Dhev, Rachita Ram, Rhea Chakraborty, Rajendra Prasad, “Naresh,” Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Actor Ajay, Pragathi Mahavadi, Bhadram, and Mahesh Achanta featured in the film.
Raju is a singer who struggles in his life to come up. Meenakshi is an IT employee who earns lakhs per month. She falls for Raju and follows him. She visits his parents too. But, Raju doesn’t like Meenakshi’s behavior and avoids her. Irritated by her, he starts abusing her, and the problem begins soon with a missing drama. Why is Meenakshi following Raju? Why Raju avoids her despite her heart full of love and hand full of money? The rest of the film deals with all these.
Kalyaan has improved a lot and has given a good performance. Rachita Ram makes her debut in Telugu with this film, and she is cute and fits well in the role. Naresh, Pragathi, and the rest of the stars had done justice to the given roles.
The story is not unique, yet it is different. The screenplay is good in the first half. The girl’s portions are penned neatly from falling in love to holding her love. The comedy scenes between Posani Krishna Murali and Mahesh worked out well. Similarly, the emotional portions carrying Rajendra Prasad look impressive. The hero’s character should have been penned well, and the reason the girl falls for him should have been strongly stated. The suspense element is not maintained properly and is one of the drawbacks of the narration. The visuals and the music are good. The editing is not impressive. Rachita’s Telugu debut is expected to bring her some exciting movies.
What’s Not There?
Though the film has a lot of negative points, it also has some good moments to enjoy. If we omit those minus points and watch the movie, Super Machi is a decent watch!