Macherla Niyojakavargam Movie Review: ‘Macherla Niyojakavargam,’ Nithin’s long-anticipated action comedy, eventually premiered to tremendous ovation and favorable reviews. Rang De and Check, on the other hand, have lost their appeal. Macherla Niyojakavargam, on the other hand, is his first film since Maestro, which didn’t perform well. This time around, he’s going to have to be even better than he was before.
There are no laws or elections in Macherla, a village in the Guntur region of Andhra Pradesh that Rajappa (Samuthirakani), a troublemaker, has taken over. The village is handed over to Siddharth Reddy (Nithin), who has been promoted to the rank of IAS officer. With the intention of pulling some pranks, Siddharth Reddy goes along with the plan. Reddy still falls for a girl and the girl falls for him as well. Despite this, Siddharth gets into problems on occasion. Siddharth’s actions towards Rajappa are shown in the final chapter.
Cast & Crew
Sreshth movies, Rajkumar Akella’s production company, was able to make it big in the business. Catherine, Nithiin, and Krithi Shetty are all involved. Prasad Murella shot the film and Mahathi Swara Sagar composed the soundtrack, all under the direction of M.S. Raja Shekhar Reddy.
|Movie Name||Macherla Niyojakavargam|
|Director||M.S Raja Shekhar Reddy|
|Music Director||Mahathi Swara Sagar|
|Cast||Nithiin, Krithi Shetty, and Catherine|
|Editor||Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao|
For the first time, Nithin is starring in an action film. In the past, he has had a number of high-profile assignments. But the story is what matters most in movies, be it romantic comedies or high-octane thrillers, and Macherla Niyojakavargam lacks one. Everything about the film is a rehash of the same old story, with bland characters and a lack of genuine feeling.
All of the other performances are mediocre, save for Nithin’s. Samuthirakani is also an excellent performer, although his abilities aren’t fully exploited in this film.
As compelling as Raja Shekhar Reddy’s arguments were, he was unable to hold the attention of the audience during his whole film.
From a technical standpoint, Macherla Niyojakavargam is a true expert. Prasad The music in this film isn’t as good as it typically is for Mahathi Swara Sagar films. In contrast to the foreground music, he did demonstrate his musical prowess, and everyone else in the technical section did their best as well.
You should check out Macherla Niyojakavargam if you enjoy commercial films.