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Meeku Mathrame Cheptha is directed by Shameer Sultan. The film is produced by Vijay Deverakonda Vijay Deverakonda is a film actor of Tollywood. He >> Read More... and Vardhan Deverakonda. The music composition is by Sivakumar. Mathan Gunadeva Bio coming soon... >> Read More... cranked the camera and RV Balaji is the assistant cinematographer. Sreejith Sarang Sreejith Sarang was born on 11th February 1983 in >> Read More... is the editor. The film has the star cast of Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam was born on 5th November >> Read More... , Abhinav Gomatam Abhinav Gomatam is a Tamil and Telugu actor, who i >> Read More... , Naveen George Thomas Naveen George Thomas is an Indian collaborator exe >> Read More... , Anasuya Bharadwaj Anasuya was born on 15th May 1985. She resides in >> Read More... , Vani Bhojan Vani Bhojan is a Tamil television serial actress a >> Read More... , Avantika Mishra Avantika Mishra is a model turned actress was born >> Read More... and Pavani Gangireddy.
Rakesh is a TV host, who has been getting ready to marry his girlfriend, Stephy. Stephy, who is a doctor by profession is strict and she expects her people to be perfect, as she is perfect. When the marriage works are going on, Rakesh’s video with his ex-girlfriend goes viral. Now, Rakesh is scared much as it would put his life in trouble. The rest of the film deals with how Rakesh and his friend Kamesh take efforts to delete the video.
Tharun Bhascker excels in his debut as an actor. His body language and expressions are perfect. Abhinav plays Tharun’s friend and he is a perfect choice. The rest of the stars did what is needed for their roles.
The story is quite okay and it relates to the issues faced by the youngsters, today. But, the screenplay is not much impressive. Although the stars play neatly, the screenplay should be gripping. But, there are no nail-biting moments and everything was dealt with casually. Similarly, the twists in the film are predictable and that’s a great minus point, as the audience loses their interest, as they could guess the story easily. The BGM is good. The cinematography and editing are okayish.
What’s Not There?
Although it is not a completely engaging film, the film is definitely a time pass.
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