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Directed by: Hemanth Karthik
Starring by: Ajay, Anurag Konidena, Kairavi Thakkar
Genres: Romance
Country: India
Language: Telugu

Malli Malli Chusa Telugu Movie Storyline:
Gautham (Anurag) is an orphan raised by an Army major. Swapna (Swetha) is a college student from Hyderabad who loses the diary that Gautham finds it. He starts reading it and falls in love with her. Rest of the story is Will Gautam meets Swapna and express his love.

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Malli Malli Chusa Telugu Movie Review:
While Tollywood has had its share of debutant filmmakers delivering fresh content, once in a while there comes along a director like Hemanth Karthik who makes terrible choices. With an outdated story that is reminiscent of numerous love stories that Tollywood churns out on a weekly basis, Malli Malli Chusa’s storyline and dialogues test the audience’s patience.

Debutant actor Anurag gets a mass introduction with a watchable action scene but what follows after he finds the diary is so illogical, there’s nothing to write home about. The tragic end that comes right before interval seems less tragic and sillier. The sequences of the protagonist trying hard to impress his lady love by joining her college are cringe worthy. The cherry on top is the predictable climax with weak emotions and comedy that is flat and irritating. And while TFI has turned a blind eye many a time to homophobic and misogynistic plots, one expects better from a debutant.