Super Machi, starring Kalyan Dhev and Rachita Ram, hit screens today just before Sankranti and is directed by Puli Vasu. Here is the verification.
Title: Super Machi
To throw: Kalyan Dhev and Rashitha Ram
Director: Puli Vasu
History of Super Machi
Raju (Kalyan Dhev) is a singer artist in a bar. He is a pleasant boy and he lives well with his companions. Meenakshi (Rachita Ram), even after knowing Raju’s way of life, succumbs to him and expects him to respond with similar affections. Anyway, that’s not all. There is much more behind her affection for him. Why does Meenakshi love her and how does the whole adoration plot associated with her father (Rajendra Prasad) structure the heart of the story.
Compared to his past movie, Kalyan Dhev has improved as an artist and he performed well. The job certainly suited him. It surpassed it when it comes to displaying feelings on screen. Plus, it looks like he’s worked a ton on his dance moves and swapped out his rides nicely. Rachita who made her Tollywood debut with this movie also gave a great performance. She needs to go through a lot of agony to earn a living, and that’s a greater amount of misery than happiness. Rachita’s introduction unquestionably wins hearts. Posani Krishna Mural and Rajendra Prasad also performed well.
There is a suspense aspect in this film but the director focused more on the love angle between the main actors and that overshadows the suspense part. The role of the main hero could have been enhanced a little more to make the portrait captivating and exciting. A little overhaul of the content would have been great. Likewise, Kalyan’s efforts would have succeeded assuming the director stayed away from unnecessary parts of the film. The movie speed is a bit slow and the peak seems very high for some unanswered requests.
Thaman’s music, cinematography, and creative esteem are enjoyable enough to make the film look great. The basic aspects of grip, punch and thriller that the film needs are missing. Indeed, overall, this romantic spectacle is nothing like it because it doesn’t have a solid strong point that makes the film intriguing.
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