Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Creations
Cast: Varun Sandesh, Anita, Shraddha Das, Adarsh, Prathap Pothan, Urvashi, Naresh, Kota, Venu and others
Music: Mickey J Meyer
Original Story: K. Bala Chandar
Dialogues: Umarji Anuradha ("Ye Maya Chesave" Writer)
Direction, Cinematography: Ravi Yadav
Producers: Dil Raju, Sirish, Laxman
Rating - 3.5/5
A clean love story
This film Marocharithra is a clean movie that never upsets nor irritates the audience. A total family entertainer.
Coming to the story line this movie is love story, between Balu (Varun Sandesh) and Swapna (Anitha). Balu discontinues his studies because of lack of interest. His father Krishnama Chari (Prathap Pothan ) gets irritation. Mother tries to understand and support Balu. Swapna Balu houses are placed side by side. Swapna’s mother America Durga (Urvasi Old Heroine) a crude immature uncultured village woman and father is a refined understanding person.(Talai Vasal Vijay). After some scenes love emerges between Balu and Swapna. In natural course of time when it was revealed to the parents they naturally, Balu’s father Prathap Pothan, and Swapna’s mother America Durga (Urvasi Old Heroine) rejects the proposal of marriage.. Here comes the drama – An agreement takes place between them. And Panthulu who is a police officer, temple Priest,(Naresh ) is a mediator who stands and finalizes the hot arguments with a proposal of separating them for one year, to test the love whether it is true or false. Balu rejects but Swapna takes the lead and convinces him. And they will be separated. At the end after clearing all problems and when they are meeting again America Durga and Krishnamachari firmly rejects the marriage once again. What happened then is the story.
This is the movie that has got ‘U’ certificate and everyone can see. The dialogues of America Durga and the satires of Krishanamachari’s wife, were simply superb and natural. Many one-liner dialogues break the audience into laughs. Umarji Anuradha the writer of ‘Ye Maya Chesave’ (Directed by Gautham Menon) proved once again her talent beyond doubts with her sharp, sensitive words, with firm comedy punches and with the depth of philosophy and seriousness.
Varun Sandesh improved a lot as a hero. He tried his level best to prove himself. This hero should be very careful in his selection of stories. Heroine Anitha is ok. Here we should not compare with Kamal Hasan and Saritha, because they acted under the direction of a giant director called K. Balanchandar.
Ravi Yadav’s as a cinematographer proved his excellence once again with his lighting skills and applying colors. But his performance as a director is very poor. He failed to handle the script in all important emotional scenes, including at the agreement scene and at the climax. No clarity, always it was covered with dialogues and masked with performances of experienced actors like Kota Srinivasa Rao, Talai Vasal Vijay, Prathap Pothan, Urvasi, Yami Gautam, Naresh, Sandhya, and JanakAadarsh.
Mickey J Meyer as music director, proved his talent once again with his melodies. His songs are excellent.
The back ground scores given by Thaman in many places are with too much of sound. They masked many punches and irritated the audience.
Editor is ok, because in some areas people could not laugh and could not cry because of sharp cuts that are chasing immediately after the shot. An experienced Editor like Marthand K Venkatesh could have taken more care and attention.
The old lyrics used in new tunes were once again gave a feast to the audience. The language feelings used in new lyrics are average. Director could have taken the help of the writer at the selection of lyrics and concepts. Micky should choose and work for worthy sensitive and talented directors to prove his depth, and worth.
Dil Raju should be very careful in selection of Directors for his films. To maintain high success rate he must select those directors who has good emotions and good character and talent… we must not forget the truth that the films of K. RaghavendraRao cannot be handled by K. Viswanth or vice versa… The story emotions and philosophy always demands an equal amount emotional philosophy and convictions with the Director.
Guru Dev Charan
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