Director: Vamsi Paidipally
Producer: Dil Raju , ,PVP , C. Ashwini Dutt
Banner: S V Creations,pvp cinema,GMB Entertainment
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Starring: Mahesh Babu, Pooja Hegde , Allari Naresh , Jagapati Babu , Prakash Raj
Release Date: May 09, 2019
Maharshi Movie Review: Rishi (Mahesh Babu) is a reputed CEO of a multinational company in the US. In his urge to become the best in the world, Rishi forgets his past and several relationships. One fine day, he comes to know that Ravi Kumar(Allari Naresh) a very close friend of his is behind all his success. During the same time, Rishi also finds out that Ravi is in deep trouble in his small village of Rangapuram. Rest of the story is as to how Rishi leaves his rich lifestyle and saves Ravi and his village from all the problems it is suffering from.
One of the biggest attractions of the film is undoubtedly Mahesh Babu. He is seen in three different avatars and fans will just love him. Be it the college look or the CEO avatar, Mahesh plays it to the galleries and is different in each of the roles. The manner in which he transforms in the second half and showcases his mature acting is very good. Undoubtedly, Mahesh looks super handsome than ever and leads from the front.Top-notch performances, decent humor, relatable social message, and Mahesh’s screen presence are main assets.
Mahesh babu and Allari naresh Performance
Pooja hegde in college Performance
college background comedy is good
Emotional in village scenes
Though DSP’s music was ordinary, his songs sound good along with the visuals. But his background score raises the film to another level altogether. Lyrics by Srimani are top notch and meaningful. The camerawork is supremely good as the college backdrop, US set up and village atmosphere has its own charm and looks good on screen.
Finally Overall On the whole, Maharshi is the journey of a man who finds his roots back in his motherland. Who better than Mahesh Babu to portray all this which has been narrated in an emotional manner by Vamsi Paidipally. Top-notch performances, decent humor, relatable social message, and Mahesh’s screen presence are main assets. If you ignore the slow pace and slightly predictable second half, this film has in it to work with a major section of the audience and the holiday summer season will help the film in a big way, don't miss go and watch it.