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Meeku Mathrame Chepta Movie Review

Release date : November 1, 2019
Starring : Tharun Bhascker, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Abhinav Gomatam, Vani Bhojan, Avantika Mishra
Director : Shameer Sultan
Producers : Vijay Deverakonda , Vardhan Deverakonda
Music Director :
Sivakumar
Rating : 2.5/5

Vijay Devarakonda has turned producer with his maiden production Meeku Maathrame Chepta which has hit the screens today. Lets see how it is.

Story:
Rakesh (Tharun Bhascker) works in a TV channel and he falls in love with a doctor (Vani Bhojan). In a bid to woo her, he tells her that he is a teetotaler. But all hell breaks loose when a compromising video of his leaks two days before his wedding. How struggles to keep this secret from her and get married in peace forms the crux of the story.

Performance:
Tharun Bhascker, who is making his acting debut, has delivered a good performance in Meeku Matrame Chepta and his impeccable comedy timing is the highlight of the film. Vani Bhojan, Abhinav Gomatam, Naveen George Thomas, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Avantika Mishra, Vinay Varma and Pavani Gangireddy have also done justice to their roles and they are among the assets of the movie, says the audience.

Plus Points:
Abhinav Gomatam’s comedy timing
Few Comedy Sequences

Minus Points:
Lack of gripping narration
Simple storyline
Music

Technical Aspects :
The film has been made on a very low budget and the production values could have been a lot better. Music is just about okay but the BGM was good. The oneliners have also been written well. Editing is perfect as the film has a crisp runtime. Camera work of the fim is also decent.

Coming to the director Shammir, he has chosen a novel concept but his narration is just about okay. Though he generates good fun here and there, the basic punch in the film is missing. Some more gripping twists and power in the screenplay would have made a lot of difference.

Verdict :
On the whole Meeku Maathrame Chepta is a situational comedy which a relatable plot and passable fun. However, the comedy will keep you engaged and makes up for a timepass watch this weekend. Can watch for only one time.

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