Maga Maharaju Movie Review
Prabhu reveals to his 3 Sons (Vishal, Satish & Vaibhav) how much his Sisters (Ramya Krishnan, Aishwarya & Kiran Rathod) hate him and expresses his wish to reunite with the siblings. To accomplish this mission, He directs the trio to marry the Daughters of their Aunts (played by Hansika, Madhurima & Madhi Latha). What all the hurdles this Trio has to overcome and how did they manage to achieve the target forms the rest of the story.
Nothing much to say about Vishal, Satish and Vaibhav. While Hansika makes her presence felt by exuding glamour in songs, Madhurima and Madhavi Latha were just about okay. Prabhu and Thulasi have done justice to their roles. Ramyakrishna, Aishwarya and Kiran Rathod have done a good job. Santhanam is at his best yet again. Pradeep Rawat, Manobala and Others were adequate.
- Huge Star Cast
- Cliched Comedy
- Loud Music
- Second Half
'Maga Maharaju' is dubbed version of Tamil flick 'Aambala' which is a rehash of several family dramas with ample no-brainy action blocks and disgusting comedy sequences.
Music by Hiphop Tamizha is loud. Cinematography by Gopi Amarnath is decent. Dialogues hardly evoke any laughter. Editing could have been better. Production Values of Vishal Film Factory are good.
Huge Star Cast is a major spoiler as Director Sundar C had to compromise on few aspects to allot screen time for all the artists. Watching 'Maga Maharaju', One gets the feeling that Santhanam should be treated as hero of the movie as he has got better introduction than Vishal and also ends up as the only actor to shine in this formulaic flick with his spontaneous/witty oneliners.
Box Office: The screen count of 'Maga Maharaju' is 474 in Telugu States and its Vishal's career best release. Openings could be decent due to presence of glamorous actresses and lack of any promising straight Telugu releases, But this poorly-made project is unlikely to draw crowds to the theaters in the coming days.
Verdict: Stay Away!