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Majili

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Directed and written by: Shiva Nirvana
Starring by: Naga Chaitanya Akkineni, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Divyansha Kaushik
Genres: Drama, Romance
Country: India
Language: Telugu

Storyline:
Movie about Poorna is a happy go lucky youth in Vizag who falls in love with Anju a rich naval officer’s daughter. As time passes by Poorna’s local politics create a rift in the love story and breaks the couple apart.

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Majili Hindi Dubbed Movie Review:
An alcoholic and a failed cricketer, Poorna is a nuisance in his neighbourhood, burden for his father and a wound that needs to be nursed for his wife. His wound runs deep as its not physical, but an emotional trauma caused by a love story which changes him forever.

Majili Review: Love, heartbreak and cricket is the premise around which Shiva Nirvana builds his latest love story Majili. He builds his characters slowly around this, but for the large part of the film, there’s a lot of heartbreak and less love, while cricket is simply shown as an aside — most of it is exaggerated and flawed. Strangely enough, for a love story like Majili, there are a lot of action sequences. It seems people in Vizag, where the film is based, are willing to beat each other up at the drop of a hat. And there’s seldom any closure to all the violence. It all seemed part of a mythical ‘magic formula’ that the director was trying to find. And yet, despite all of this, Majili keeps you interested and entertained for most part of it.