Movie Review: Manchi Rojulochaie
Director: Maruthi Dasari
Music Director: Anoop Rubens
Starring: Santosh Shoban, Mehreen Pirzada, Ajay Ghosh
Release Date: 4th November 2022
Story: Padma (Mehreen Pirzada) is the loving daughter of Gopal Tirumalasetti(Ajay Ghosh), who is in the love of Santu (Santhosh Shoban). One day, one of the friend of Gopal revealed the affair of Padma with Santu. After hearing this, Gopal becomes upset and starts to create the issue in the love story of his daughter to save her. How does Santu win the hearts of his father in law, form rest of the story of Manchi Rojulochaie.
- Ajay Ghosh
- First half
- Dragged scenes of Covid
- Forced emotion
Performance: The performance of Ajay Ghosh is one of the major highlights of Manchi Rojulochaie. His character with inner fear, evokes good comedy and fun-filled emotions. Santhosh Shoban improves a lot and he gives a decent performance in this film. Mehreen Pirzada looks cute on the screen. Vennela Kishore, Praveen, Sudhakar, Viva Harsha and rest of the cast justify with their performance.
Technical: There is nothing special in the storyline. The Cinematography is colorful and eye candy. Music by Anoop Rubens is also good. Background music makes an impact and the editing is ok. Production values of Manchi Rojulochaie are top notch Coming on the work of director Maruthi Dasari, he does a good job with this film. He generates good comedy in the first half. The comedy scenes featuring the Appadala Pankajam is hilarious in the second half.
Analysis : Manchi Rojulochaie is based on fear and this conflict point. The forced emotions, and dragged scenes of Covid, and a simple climax are the main draw backs on Manchi Rojulochaie. The first half which has comic scenes and Ajay Ghosh’ peeformnace are the assets of Maruthi’ directorial venture.