Out of the movies released last Friday, only Mangalavaaram is getting a good talk. According to the official announcement of the unit, grossing more than four and a half crores on the first day is a big achievement. Such an opening is not easy for a movie which is marketed with only content without star casting. Yesterday the team held a success meet and Dil Raju attended the event as chief guest. He shared her happiness.
Speaking on this occasion, Dil Raju mentioned director Vamsi’s classic thriller Anveshana. This is a cult movie released in 1985. Suspense elements, gripping screenplay, Ilayaraja’s music, gave a wave to the youth of that time. The story in this is that women are killed one after another. The people of the village believe the propaganda that they were made by a tiger. Karthik, who comes to investigate the case, catches the killer with the help of heroine Bhanupriya. Sarath Babu floats like a rock amid unexpected developments. Let’s get to Mangalavaaram.
Director Ajay Bhupathi has shown the murders of illicit relations in the village, everyone thinking it’s Ammor’s curse, suspicion on Payal Rajput, the fact that a man who no one expected is the real culprit, and the shocking flashback behind it. Especially the last thirty and a half hours run with twists. These similarities are found in the narration style of the exploration.