Malli Modalaindi is scripted and directed by TG Keerthi Kumar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . “ Sumanth Sumanth is a film actor and producer, working most >> Read More... ,” Naina Ganguly Naina Ganguly is an Indian actress, popular amongs >> Read More... , Shamili Sounderajan aka Varshini Sounderajan, Tej Uppalapati, Vennela Kishore Vennela Kishore is a famous Tollywood actor, direc >> Read More... , Suhasini Maniratnam Suhasini Maniratnam was born on 15th August 1961 i >> Read More... , “ Annapoorna Story coming soon... >> Read More... ,” and Posani Krishna Murali Posani Krishna Murali is a Telugu celebrity actor, >> Read More... are cast in prominent roles. K Rajasehekar Reddy produced the film. Anup Rubens Anup Rubens is a music composer in Telugu movies. >> Read More... composed the music. Shiva GRN Shiva G.R.N is a director of photography in Indian >> Read More... cranked the camera, and “ Pradeep E Ragav Pradeep E Ragav is an Indian film editor who works >> Read More... ” edited the film.
Vikram was taken care of by his single mother and grandma. He becomes a chef, and he has a close friend, Vaishali. His grandfather was a womanizer, and hence his grandma prays that he should not follow his grandpa. Vikram gets married to Nisha. Soon, they understood that they had nothing mutual and couldn’t live together anymore. So, they filed for a mutual divorce. Nisha’s lawyer is Pavitra. After the divorce, Vikram started developing feelings for Pavitra. What happens next? Was he able to express his love for her? What’s Pavitra’s response? The rest of the film deals with it.
Sumanth, Naina, and Varshini did a convincing job, and Suhasini and Annapoorna are impressive with their roles and performances. The rest of the cast is okay with the given roles.
Keerthi Kumar has brought an exciting plot. It is highly appreciable that one of the main characters doesn’t allow others to degrade the girl, who divorced. The director has dealt with how some of the latest generation people take relationships and how the previous generations celebrated it. As both generations have pluses and minuses, the director tried to justify them. The music by Anup is okayish. The visuals are neat, and the editing should have been a little bit crispy.
What’s Not There?
If we omit unwanted dialogues and scenes and watch the film for fun, then it is watchable once!
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