Chiru is seen in various physical degrees of transformations throughout the movie, making one believe that those
were the special effects in the movie. Remember this movie took more time to make than an Atma Lingam cycle. But as usual, he's given Anji a perfect 10 acting-wise.
Everyone really wished the special effects would also take care of the expressions on Namrata Shirodkar. The animated doors knobs had more expression. The music and the choreography haven't much of a role to play, except for the first and the last songs. The real black sheep of the movie, however, is the editing. It goes straight into the manual of 'How Not To Edit A Movie.'
Looks like the makers of Anji wanted to recreate the magic of Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari by infusing slick graphics. They would've succeeded, too, if not for the screenplay, the editing, the time length, the un-jointed scenes, the lack of Sridevi, the... the list is endless.
Kodi Ramakrishna tried his luck with effects in Devi Puthrudu
before. By the looks of this, it looks like he'll have to try his luck again afterwards.