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Cinema Choopistha Maava Telugu Movie Review(2.0/5.0)

Cast: Raj Tarun, Avika Gor
Directed by: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
Produced by: Bekkam Venugopal, Anji Reddy, G.Sunitha, Rupesh D Gohil
Music by: Sekhar Chandra
Release date: August 14, 2015
Cinema Choopistha Maava - Story

Kaththi(Raj Tarun) is a careless youth who spends his life without any goal. One fine day, he falls in love with a Bengali girl named Parineetha(Avika Gor) and starts chasing her. After a lot of wooing, he somehow manages to win her love.Twist in the tale arises when Parineetha's father(Rao Ramesh) comes into the picture and finds out about his daughter's love affair. He lays a challenge in front of Kaththi and asks him to fulfil it in order to marry his daughter.What is that challenge ? Will Kaththi accept it ? and How does he manage to win his love is the story all about.

Cinema Choopistha Maava - Star Performance
Raj Tharun had a lot of scope to prove himself as a mass actor. He has tried his best to become a Jr. Ravi Teja or Jr. Pawan Kalyan. He is tolerable, but his lady-love Avika Gor is quite miserable. She is skimpy like some of the clothes she wears and even her character has given a very less weightage in the film. Rao Ramesh is loud and coarse. The romantic scenes between Rao Ramesh and Jaya Lakshmi are hellish. Writer Madhu has tried his best to do justice to his role. Comedians Mahabub Bhasha, Sapthagiri, Sudheer, Shankar, Sreenu, Sathyam Rajesh, Krishna Bhagwan and Chanti are funny in parts. The dining table conversation between Chanti, Krishna Bhagwan, Rao Ramesh and Raj Tharun is hilariously shot. Praveen do not have much role to play.
Cinema Choopistha Maava - Technical Team
Story of the film is flimsy. The main scenes of the film are a sort of inspired from Bommarillu, Pila Jamindar, Raja Rani, Oye!, Happy..etc. When we have such a thin line, it crucial to have a good screenplay to establish the main characters the relationships in healthy manner that they need carry throughout the film without drilling audience interest. The proceedings of the film actually gain momentum in the first half, but are marred by unwanted inspiration and unnecessary spoofs.
The director even left out logics like, An intermediate failure roaming around engineering campus is fine but how come he was able to win a college best student award; Totally reserved girl accepts to play drupadhi's role without much of an hesitation and practice, similarly the couple never cares about the surroundings eventhough they roam nearby college – home etc. Trinadha Rao Nakkina, normally a sensible director, succumbs to commercial format due to his series of flops with Priyathama Neevachata Kushalama and Nuvvala Nenila. He uses some really vulgar moments to attempt humour, adds in completely annoying inspired scenes and some situation-less songs for commerciality.

The film could have definitely entertaining had the director paid more interest to the emotions and humour. The trouble with Trinadha's script is that there are too many loose ends, which have not been tied properly. The narrative starts concentrating only on giving Raj Tarun a massy image with scan respect to logics.

The music by Sekhar Chandra is very good. The songs like Pilli Kalla Papa and Ye Kshanam are even beautiful on screen. One of the highlights of the film is Cinematography by Sai Sreeram, especially light effects and song picturisation. Dialogues Prasanna J Kumar are good. Especially lines like; General ga evvaru kottina blood vasthundi nenu kodithe buddhi kuda vasthundi, “Devudu Doctor ki koppam theppinchakudadu, Devudiki kopam vasthe doctor deggariki pamputharu", “Neeku ticket kottadam vachu naaku manushulanu kottadam vachu" are funny. Wished editor Karthik Srinivas had trimmed the film (138 Minutes) by 15 odd minutes, especially the long drawn out interval and climax sequences. The production values of “Lucky Media & Aryath Cinema Entertainments" are appropriate.
Cinema Choopistha Maava - Analysis
Cinema Chupistha Maava has its moments, but they are far and few. Movie starts off in a promising note but loses it steam post twenty minutes. Second half works in parts due to its comedy. The storyline, inspired scenes, song situations, predictable narration and long drawn out climax act as speed breakers. Overall, CCM tells a simple storyline of how love can surmount all “quality" in life pressures and transcend all stereotypes. Problem arises when the film in itself fails to do that - exceed stereotypes.

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