Release Date : November 11, 2022
123telugu.com Rating : 2/5
Starring: Shreeram Nimmala, Richa Joshi, Sneha Madhuri Sharma, Srikanth Biroju, Yogi Khatri
Director: Naga Dhanush
Producer: Ram Kishan
Music Director : Pvr Raja
Cinematography : Vijay Tagore
Editor : Pradeep Jambiga
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Along with Samantha’s Yashoda, one more film called Madhi has hit the screens today. Let’s see how the film turns out to be.
Sriram(Abhimanyu) and Madhu(Richa Joshi) know each other right from their childhood. Their friendship turns into love but sadly, Madhu’s father does not approve of their relationship due to cast issues. He gets Madhu married to someone else. This does not go well with Abhi and he decides to get his love back and takes a daring step with Madhu. What is that step and will the lovers reunite or not is the story of the film.
Abhi, who plays the main lead, was good in his role. He did well in all the emotional scenes and shared good chemistry with the heroine. On the other hand, heroine Richa Joshi was neat in her bold role and gave her best. Her performance in tense scenes was good to see on screen. The emotional thread in the film has been handled well.
The way the director handled the love story was good to see. Ram Kishan, Srikanth, Byroz and other supporting cast were okay in their roles. Some key twists in the film and the drama showcased during this time was neat. The scenes related to the tragic love story were also good to see.
The point taken by the director was decent but his screenplay and narration was not up to the mark. The key elevations were not that impressive and looked forced on screen. The film is filled with forced drama which bores the audience in many areas.
The pace of the film is also very slow and the drama showcased does not elevate the pain in the love story. The emotional thread is not elevated that strongly in the film. There was so much scope for the drama to be elevated but that was not that case as the director missed the opportunity. There are so many scenes in the second half which look repetitive.
Songs by Raja are decent and have been shot well. The song which comes at a key point in the second half was good. The editing is decent and so was the camerawork. Coming to the director Naga Dhanush, his narration was ordinary. Even though his point was okay, the needed depth in the proceedings was missing.
On the whole, Madhi is an emotional love story which has nothing new to showcase. Though the lead pair do well, the lack of depth in emotional and gripping screenplay spoils the mood of the audience making this film a boring watch this weekend.
123telugu.com Rating: 2/5
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