Cast: Akhil Akkineni, Nidhi Agarwal, Nagababu, Rao Ramesh, Hyper Adhi, Vennela Kishore, and others
Direction: Venky Atluri
Producer: BVSN Prasad
Production: SVC Creations Banner
Cinematography: George C Williams
Editor: Naveen Nooli
Music: SS Thaman
Release date: 25th January 2019
Akhil Akkineni ‘s debut film Akhil and his second film Hello bombed big way at the box-office and that led to him to score a compulsory big hit with his third movie. Amidst high expectations, Mr.Majnu hit the screens today all over the world and here we are with the review.
Vicky(Akhil) is a student who is enjoying his life. He is a playboy and flirts with girls and every girl falls for him just like that. However, he doesn’t believe in lifelong relationships. But Nikki (Nidhi Agarwal) falls for his helping nature and his attitude. Nikki proposes to Vicky and he accepts her proposal. But the problem is that she wants her boyfriend to be like Ram and wants to live with him life long which is quite contrast to Vicky’s mindset. So, they face problems in their relationship and the story is all about how Vicky and Nicky solved their relationship problems.
Akhil Akkineni as Vicky did beyond his capabilities. His dances, his performance all are top notch. Nidhi Agarwal looks cute in the film and she is quite impressive in the film with her acting skills. Vennala Kishore did his best to tickle the audience. Jabardust fame Hyper Adi’s comedy is quite boring. Rao Ramesh, Nagababu gave their best performances in the film.
With Toliprema, Venky Atluri established himself as a promising director in the industry. He was flooded with many offers after delivering a huge hit with Varun Tej. But, in the second film, he has chosen a routine story and tried his best to project it in an innovative way. Guess what? He failed at it miserably. Megapower Star Ram Charan’s Orange movie will strike your minds while watching this film many times.
SS Thaman’s music is impressive but songs are misplaced in the movie. BVSN Prasad’s SVC Creations’ production values are top notch. Naveen Nooli’s editing is ok and George C William’s cinematography was neat. Every frame looked very rich and that credit should go to DOP William.
Despite his hard work and continuous efforts, Akhil Akkineni couldn’t deliver a hit. Venky Atluri should have selected a more convincing story to tell us.
Bottom Line: Akhil bagged a hat trick flop.