Maha Samudram Movie Review: Misses the Depth


Movie: Maha Samudram
Judgement: 2.5/5

Banner: AK Entertainments
Cast: Sharwanand, Siddharth, Aditi Rao Hydari, Anu Emmanuel, Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh, ‘Garuda’ Ram and others
Music: Chaitan Bharadwaj
Cinematography: Raj Thota
Editor: Praveen KL
artwork: Kolla Avinash
fights: Venkato
Producer: Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Written and directed: Ajay Bhupathic
Date of publication: October 14, 2021

“RX 100” was a runaway hit and the movie established the careers of Ajay Bhupathi, Kartikeya and Payal Rajput. Ajay Bhupati has taken a very long time to direct his second movie.

“Maha Samudram”, Ajay’s second movie, is right here. The trailers of the movie captivated the viewers. The movie generated an enormous buzz earlier than its launch.

Let’s see if it lives as much as expectations.

Story:

This is a saga of two mates, the story takes place in Vizag. Arjun (Sharwanand) and Vijay (Siddharth) are good mates. Vijay desires to grow to be a police officer, however an incident modifications the course of his life.

Maha (Adithi) is Vijay’s love curiosity. Smitha (Anu) comes throughout Arjun’s life.

Unexpectedly, a tiff takes place between don Dhanunjay (Garuda Ram) and Vijay in the port of Vizag. Dhanunjay is the brother of Gooni Babji (Rao Ramesh). A scenario forces Vijay to depart city and fall into oblivion. Chunchu (Jagapathi Babu) orders Arjun to confront Gooni Babji.

What occurs subsequent is the story.

Performances by artists:

The performances of all the protagonists are exceptional. Sharwanand has proven a variety of maturity in portraying the character who carries the emotional burden. He additionally has some good traces.

Siddharth, who has returned to Telugu movies after an eight-year hiatus, is enjoying a task he has not performed in Telugu cinema earlier than. He convincingly portrays adverse shades.

Aditi Rao as Maha, a girl caught between two mates, performs the passive function in her common fashion.

Anu Emmanuel as Sharwanand’s girlfriend is handled like a curry leaf, which provides nothing to the story.

Rao Ramesh as Gooni Babji and Jagapathi Babu as Chunchu shine of their roles with distinctive characterizations and mannerisms.

Technical excellence:

Chaitan Bharadwaj’s music is a large disappointment, however his work lacks catchy tracks like “Pilla Raa” which he had offered for “RX100”. ‘

Arjun Reddy’s fame Raj Thota’s digital camera work is sensible. Of all the technicians, he does an distinctive job. He managed to seize the intense moments properly.

Highlights:
Characterizations
performances
Cinematography

Disadvantage:
Useful story
Not a excessive second
Cliché and predictable closing moments
Weak songs

Analysis:

“Maha Samudram” is a template story of “friends became enemies” in the background of Vizag harbor. But director Ajay Bhupathi begins the film apparently from midway by way of the story.

Instead of leaping into the plot and battle, Ajay Bhupathi introduces varied characters – Sharwanand, Siddharth, Anu Emmanuel, Aditi Rao, Aditi Rao’s father, Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh, and so on. The director has written fascinating characterizations for the lead roles.

Although it takes him almost an hour to determine the foremost plot, the characterizations and story intrigue us and maintain us glued to the display for many of the first half. However, as soon as it turns into clear that the movie is popping right into a clichéd plot of mates turned enemies, our curiosity additionally begins to fade. Even earlier than the movie breaks, the fascinating story is labored out.

Understandably, Siddharth leaves the metropolis of Vizag to cover from the crooks. But how are available the 4 years that he by no means calls or calls his good friend Sharwanand? What is Anu Emmanuel’s purpose as a lawyer, does it tie in with a standard thread of the story? Siddharth’s return to the story entails extra muddle than fixing the issues.

The second half of the movie raises so many questions, whereas the proceedings get boring and clichéd. The so-called misunderstanding between mates and Aditi Rao who instantly develops love for Sharwan appears to be like like helpful plot twists.

All in all, “Maha Samudram” is neither a love story nor a gangster drama. It lacks soul and is unconvincing. Aside from nice cinematography and performances, the film is sort of boring.

Bottom line: no tides

Movie: Maha Samudram
Judgement: 2.5/5

Banner: AK Entertainments
Cast: Sharwanand, Siddharth, Aditi Rao Hydari, Anu Emmanuel, Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh, ‘Garuda’ Ram and others
Music: Chaitan Bharadwaj
Cinematography: Raj Thota
Editor: Praveen KL
artwork: Kolla Avinash
fights: Venkato
Producer: Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Written and directed: Ajay Bhupathic
Date of publication: October 14, 2021

“RX 100” was a runaway hit and the movie established the careers of Ajay Bhupathi, Kartikeya and Payal Rajput. Ajay Bhupati has taken a very long time to direct his second movie.

“Maha Samudram”, Ajay’s second movie, is right here. The trailers of the movie captivated the viewers. The movie generated an enormous buzz earlier than its launch.

Let’s see if it lives as much as expectations.

Story:

This is a saga of two mates, the story takes place in Vizag. Arjun (Sharwanand) and Vijay (Siddharth) are good mates. Vijay desires to grow to be a police officer, however an incident modifications the course of his life.

Maha (Adithi) is Vijay’s love curiosity. Smitha (Anu) comes throughout Arjun’s life.

Unexpectedly, a tiff takes place between don Dhanunjay (Garuda Ram) and Vijay in the port of Vizag. Dhanunjay is the brother of Gooni Babji (Rao Ramesh). A scenario forces Vijay to depart city and fall into oblivion. Chunchu (Jagapathi Babu) orders Arjun to confront Gooni Babji.

What occurs subsequent is the story.

Performances by artists:

The performances of all the protagonists are exceptional. Sharwanand has proven a variety of maturity in portraying the character who carries the emotional burden. He additionally has some good traces.

Siddharth, who has returned to Telugu movies after an eight-year hiatus, is enjoying a task he has not performed in Telugu cinema earlier than. He convincingly portrays adverse shades.

Aditi Rao as Maha, a girl caught between two mates, performs the passive function in her common fashion.

Anu Emmanuel as Sharwanand’s girlfriend is handled like a curry leaf, which provides nothing to the story.

Rao Ramesh as Gooni Babji and Jagapathi Babu as Chunchu shine of their roles with distinctive characterizations and mannerisms.

Technical excellence:

Chaitan Bharadwaj’s music is a large disappointment, however his work lacks catchy tracks like “Pilla Raa” which he had offered for “RX100”. ‘

Arjun Reddy’s fame Raj Thota’s digital camera work is sensible. Of all the technicians, he does an distinctive job. He managed to seize the intense moments properly.

Highlights:
Characterizations
performances
Cinematography

Disadvantage:
Useful story
Not a excessive second
Cliché and predictable closing moments
Weak songs

Analysis:

“Maha Samudram” is a template story of “friends became enemies” in the background of Vizag harbor. But director Ajay Bhupathi begins the film apparently from midway by way of the story.

Instead of leaping into the plot and battle, Ajay Bhupathi introduces varied characters – Sharwanand, Siddharth, Anu Emmanuel, Aditi Rao, Aditi Rao’s father, Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh, and so on. The director has written fascinating characterizations for the lead roles.

Although it takes him almost an hour to determine the foremost plot, the characterizations and story intrigue us and maintain us glued to the display for many of the first half. However, as soon as it turns into clear that the movie is popping right into a clichéd plot of mates turned enemies, our curiosity additionally begins to fade. Even earlier than the movie breaks, the fascinating story is labored out.

Understandably, Siddharth leaves the metropolis of Vizag to cover from the crooks. But how are available the 4 years that he by no means calls or calls his good friend Sharwanand? What is Anu Emmanuel’s purpose as a lawyer, does it tie in with a standard thread of the story? Siddharth’s return to the story entails extra muddle than fixing the issues.

The second half of the movie raises so many questions, whereas the proceedings get boring and clichéd. The so-called misunderstanding between mates and Aditi Rao who instantly develops love for Sharwan appears to be like like helpful plot twists.

All in all, “Maha Samudram” is neither a love story nor a gangster drama. It lacks soul and is unconvincing. Aside from nice cinematography and performances, the film is sort of boring.

Bottom line: no tides

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