Mahanati Review : A Memorable Biopic!

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Mahanati Review (5.0 /5.0)

Release dateMay 8, 2018 (USA)
Starcast: Keerthy Suresh, Salman Dulqer, Samantha, Vijay Devarakonda
DirectorAshwin Nag
Music composed by: Mickey J Meyer
ProducersPriyanka Dutt, Swapna Dutt, Aswani Dutt
LanguagesTelugu, Tamil
Pre-Release Buzz: Legendary South Indian Actress Savitri’s biopic Mahanati has all positive vibes in the market and the film is sure to have a great run for its ensemble cast and picture-perfect looks of artists.
The movie’s USA premiers are on May 8th. Watch this space for Mahanati Review and Analysis of Nag Ashwin’s take on Savitri’s life.

Story: A newspaper prajavani journalist Madhuravani( Samantha) and photographer Antony ( Vijay Devarakonda) gets to cover then top actress Savitri as their cover story.For this they start to collect information from various sources about the actress life.Their research tells us what is Mahanati.

Analysis: Savitri’ childhood, entry into films, rise as an actress, love n marriage with Gemini ganeshan, disturbances in personal life, downfall in career, alcohol addiction n finally tragic death., all these were told in Mahanati.

Savitri’s life is an open book and nag Ashwin impresses with his taking by bringing that emotional connect.

Artistes makeup, cinematography were just too good. Some scenes really takes you to those black n white days.

Keerthy Suresh is just awesome as Savitri. She delivered a decent performance. She is here to receive many awards for this movie.

Salmaan Dulquer too just apt as an Gemini.

Samantha make her presence felt as the author of the story. Vijay just supported her.

Prakash raj, Mohan Babu, Rajendra Prasad, krish, avasarala, Shalini, Malavika, Naga Chaitanya.,, the long list of stars made Mahanati a memorable watch.
Production values were good n apt. Music by mickey was soothing.

On the final note., watch it for a different feel of cinema n few wonderful performances.

Bottomline: A Wonderful Walk into Mahanati Savitri’s life!