Matti Kusthi Movie Review: Since learning that Mass Maha Raja Ravi Teja is producing the movie, the movie has generated some buzz in Telugu. Once the trailer was released by the producers, the expectations increased two-fold. With such high expectations, the movie Matti Kusthi has been released. Ratchasan Vishnu Vishal’s stardom has increased two-fold since his next project, FIR, which unfortunately didn’t do well.
The narrative is set in a small town where a restless man named Veera (Vishnu Vishal) had no definite intentions for the future. However, once his family decided to get married, he also made the decision to wed, but he chose to wed a girl named Keerthy because he wanted to marry a subservient wife (Aishwarya Lekshmi), A twist in the story occurs when Veera realises that she is completely the opposite of who she thought she was; in reality, she is a brave and aggressive girl who frequently engages in village brawls, but she presents as timid due to her family. As a result, their aggressive personalities clash. Will they ever get together? and the remainder of the story is how Veera gets involved with Kusthi sports.
Cast & Crew
The film stars Vishnu Vishal, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Gajaraj, Karunas, Sreeja Ravi, Munishkanth, Kaali Venkat, Redin Kingsley, Hareesh Peradi, Ajay, and Shatru. It was directed by Chella Ayyavu, and Richard M. Nathan did the cinematography., Justin Prabhakaran compose the music for the movie, which was made by RTTeamworks and Vishnu Vishal Studioz.
|Movie Name||Matti Kusthi|
|Music Director||Justin Prabhakaran|
|Producer||RTTeamworks, Vishnu Vishal Studioz|
|Genre||Action, Comedy Drama|
|Cast||Vishnu Vishal, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Gajaraj, Karunas, Sreeja Ravi, Munishkanth, Kaali Venkat, Redin Kingsley, Hareesh Peradi, Ajay, Shatru|
|Cinematography||Richard M Nathan|
The movie gets off to a good start by introducing the two characters in the first half of the narrative, which is quite entertaining with just the right amount of comedy. However, many of the scenes in the first half are much more relatable as they show how a husband and wife deal with their egos in humorous ways, which may hook you in the first half for a while but don’t advance the plot. We lose interest in the story because there isn’t any conflict in the first half. Additionally, there aren’t many action scenes or comedic bits in the first half.
Although Veera initially cultivated good comedy with his action, once his motive is revealed we get to see a new dimension in the character. Nevertheless, all the emotions have been balanced in the second half quite well and it makes you invested in the story. The second half begins completely opposite to the first half.
Brilliant performance by Vishnu Vishal as Veera, who has two facets. Aishwarya Lekshmi, who stole the show with her performance as she masterfully displayed the variations of an aggressive girl and an innocent girl, and the rest of the cast also impressed with their performances. The second one is quite good to watch on screen, and he did a brilliant job by playing the two roles. Everyone tried their best, including Gajaraj, Karunas, Sreeja Ravi, Munishkanth, Kaali Venkat, Redin Kingsley, Hareesh Peradi, Ajay, and Shatru.
Chella Ayyavu created a relatable tale, but he was unable to successfully combine a love story and a sporting event. Nevertheless, he was successful in adding comedy, which might appeal to some audiences.
Technically, Justin Prabhakaran’s songs are not up to par; however, Matti Kusthi is known for melody songs and cool bgm, and Richard M. Nathan’s cinematography looks old because the frame is filled with over-saturated colors, which was the biggest drawback for the film; and the rest of the team did well.
The majority of the time, Matti Kusthi is a disposable commercial entertainer.
- Routine Story
- Predictable scenes