Raj Tharun and Avika Gor, who had earlier took over the limelight with a breezy entertainer, Uyyala Jampala are back together with Cinema Choopistha Maava. To know whether the hit pair brought any luck to the film, check out the review.
Cinema Choopistha Maava Story
Kaththi (Raj Tharun) is a easy going guy with a care free
attitude, who is absolutely aimless. He happens to fall in love
with the Bengali girl Parineetha (Avika Gor) and manages to make
her love him back with his funny traits and honest
But the conflict point raises when he had to impress
Parineetha's father (Rao Ramesh) as well to really win her. What
were the challenges he had to face in the process forms the crux of
Raj Tharun delivered an entertaining performance in a massy
avatar while Avika Gor played a studious and sweet girl next door
without loosing on her bubbly-self. But she felt plain and little
monotonous considering the roles she has played
The chemistry between the pair was an add-on. Rao Ramesh has got
a lengthy role and he was at his usual best. Jabardasth team
managed to fill in few laughs with their trademark punches.
Director Trinad Rao Nakkina failed to keep the film engaging as
it drags and drags till the end and even the good scenes looses its
magic. Editor should have put his scissors to best use as he has
gone little easy in trimming down the unwanted lags.
Music by Sekhar Chandra serves as a booster to the film and
cinematographer delivered some rich visuals in a limited set
Cinema Choopistha Maava offers you a beaten to death
story but guarantees you to entertain if you can ignore the
Raj Tharun has improved his skill alot and Kaththi roles seems
to be a tailor made one for the actor.
Avika Gor has very little to play in the second half as the
focus shifts to Raj Tharun and Rao Ramesh completely.
Director has done a decent job in dealing the scene between Raj
Tharun and Rao Ramesh by putting them in quite an entertaining
Dialogues were quite thoughtful at times other than being
extremely funny, which helped the film a lot.
If you are missing confusion drama and quirky comedies in Telugu
from a while, go watch Cinema Choopistha Maava.