Superstar Mahesh Babu fans are eagerly waiting for his 25th film to release in theaters. After Bharat Ane Nenu Mahesh started film Maharshi with director Vamsi Paidipally. Mahesh has seen in three different roles for this film. This prestigious film has jointly produced by Dil Raju, PVP, and Ashwini Dutt. Pooja Hegde is the heroine of this film. Allari Naresh has played a crucial role in this movie. Maharshi hits the theaters today worldwide and Check out how it is doing in theaters with this review.
Story: This is the story of a middle-class man named Rishi Kumar (Mahesh Babu). Rishi Kumar, who has big hopes in life, has achieved his dreams and become the world’s most successful businessman. However, An unexpected event in the film has changed his life. He leaves all the businesses and comes to do farming. What happens in between? Why Rishi’s life changed have to be seen on the big screen.
Performance: Mahesh Babu has thrilled the audience with his performance. Mahesh once again proved he can suit to any kind of role. The hero has sawn as a college student, as a businessman, as a farmer is outstanding in the film. Mahesh comedy timing is also great in this film. Coming to Allari Naresh this film will be the turning point in his career. Naresh has given his best performance in this film. Heroine Pooja Hegde played her part. She attracted the youth with her beauty.
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Technical Performance: Director Vamsi has conveyed the story very well to the audience. The director, also shown the process of discovering a man’s life in three different angles is brilliant. Mohanan’s camera performance is the main attraction of the film. He worked for many super hit films in Bollywood has added the value to this film. He is shown beautiful visuals and his color values were outstanding. Devi Sri Prasad has impressed with the background music but songs were not up to the mark. The editing work is fine.
- MaheshBabu, Allari Naresh performance
- Production Values
- Good climax
- Slow Narration
Rating: 3/ 5
Final Verdict: Maharshi dedicated to farmers.