Maataraani Mounamidhi Movie Review: People in T-Town are excited about the movie Maataraani Mounamidhi because of its intriguing teaser and trailer, as well as the directors’ claims that the movie will show a new point of view. Today, August 19, 2022, is the first day people can see the movie, so let’s look at the review to see if it lives up to the hype.
Maataraani Mounamidhi’s story was about a musician who lost his sister and had to depend on his brother-in-law for everything. After he got over being sad, he fell in love with a girl, but she had trouble speaking, so she turned down his proposal.
Cast & Crew
Mahesh Datta, Soni Srivastava, Keshav, Archana Ananth, Suman Shetty, and Sanjeev. Udayagiri Srihari Ivaram Charan took the pictures, Suku Purvaj was in charge of the direction, Ashir Luke did the music, and Rudra Pictures was in charge of the production.
|Movie Name||Maataraani Mounamidhi|
|Music Director||Ashir Luke|
|Cast||Mahesh Datta, Soni Srivastava, Srihari Udayagiri, Sanjeev, Archana Ananth, Keshav, Suman Shetty|
As with most love stories, Maataraani Mounamidhi starts with a guy falling in love with a girl. What makes it different, though, is that the girl at the centre of the story can’t talk. The first half of the movie is all about setting up the characters and plot, but the second half is very interesting.
Because authors often stick to one type of story for their whole careers, we have read a lot of love stories. But this one starts out as a normal romance and then takes a terrible turn for the worst. The movie isn’t very good. There are some interesting parts in the second half, but none of the characters’ feelings are shown well, so it doesn’t make you feel anything.
Mahesh Datta, who was new to acting, did a good job, but it wasn’t quite enough to make him stand out. The actor thinks that the main character’s role is too big because he has to show so many different emotions throughout the story. The rest of the cast did their best, but Srihari Udayagiri’s part lets him show off his acting skills. Soni Srivastava, who plays many different roles so well, is the movie’s true heart.
Suku Purvaj was able to keep the audience interested throughout the whole movie by showing a new point of view and telling a love story. But the hero’s brother-in-law and a few other characters should have been written better because they don’t seem real most of the time.
Even though Maataraani Mounamidhi had a small budget, the technical quality was not very good. Ivaram Charan worked hard to make a high-quality piece, but it’s not clear why most of the scenes have so much grading added. The music by Ashir Luke doesn’t live up to expectations, but the rest of the technical staff does a great job.
In the end, Maataraani Mounamidhi is interesting for a certain group of people, especially those who like stories with both fantasy and horror elements.