Release date : August 12, 2022
123telugu.com Rating: 2.5/5
Featuring : Nithiin, Krithi Shetty, Catherine Tresa, Samuthirakani, Vennela Kishore, Rajendra Prasad, Murali Sharma.
Director: MS Rajashekhar Reddy
Producers: Sudhakar Reddy, Nikitha Reddy
Musical directors: Mahathi Swara Sagar
Cinematography: Prasad Murella
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Macherla Niyojakavargam is a film on which Nithiin bet a lot. It’s his first mass artist to hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Siddhu (Nithiin) is an IAS officer awaiting assignment to the PA. In the meantime, he falls in love with Swathi (Krithi Shetty) who is from Macherla and has problems with Rajappa (Samuthirakani). Things heat up when Siddhu is assigned to Macherla. What is the connection between Swathi and Rajappa? How did Siddhu get involved and solve the problem? This forms the rest of the story.
Nithiin gets a makeover from romantic dramas and tries out a mass film for the first time. He looks good and handles mass scenes with a lot of confidence. His body language and dialogue matches the mood of the film. Catherine Tresa is neat in her supporting role but fails to show much.
Vennela Kishore is good with her comedy role and plays a major role in the first half. His ego-based persona looks good but is overdone in a few areas. Rajendra Prasad and Murali Sharma are about right in their roles. Anjali sizzles in a special crowd-pleasing song.
Krithi Shetty gets a good role and does well to the best of her limits. The main villain is played by Samuthirakani and he is effective as a villain. The mass fights were well designed, especially the Jatara sequence is quite good.
The first half is filled with comedy which is good but we drag on for no reason. There is no story revealed during this time as the director tries to fill the scenes with comedy and songs.
The second half is where things go wrong for this film. Once the movie cuts to Macherla, the routine game of cat and mouse begins and begins to bore audiences. The scenes are predictable and have nothing new.
The conflict is simple and there are no twists and turns. Nithiin as an IAS officer goes overboard in many areas, which seems like a bit of a stretch. The script has nothing new to present and despite the mass moments, the film does not entertain.
The film’s production values are pretty good. The Vizag visuals and mass moments were presented quite well. One of the highlights of the film is the music and background music by Mahati Sagar. His BGM in all fights was superb. The editing is correct and the dialogues too.
Coming to director SR Sekhar, he did a below average job with the film. He took a very routine story and told it in an even more routine way. There’s no freshness to his storyline but he presented Nithiin quite well. Although he has given the masses hobby stuff, his overall work is unsatisfying.
Overall, Macherla Niyojakavargam is a routine, outdated action drama with a few mass-chosen moments. The fights and songs are good but the rest of the storytelling is routine and bores audiences making this film a disappointing watch this weekend.
Rating from 123telugu.com: 2.5/5
Reviewed by 123telugu team
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