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Manchi Rojulochaie Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, November 4, 2021 • தமிழ் ]
Manchi Rojulochaie Review
UV Concepts & Mass Movie Makers
Santosh Shoban, Mehreen Pirzada, Vennela Kishore, Sapthagiri, Viva Harsha, Srinivas Reddy, Sudharshan, Ajay Ghosh, Praveen
V celluloid and SKN
Anup Rubens

Manchi Rojulochayie Movie Review

'Manchi Rojulochaie' has arrived at the theatres. In this section, we are going to review the Maruthi directorial.


Gopalam (Ajay Ghosh) loves his daughter Padma (Mehreen Pirzada) a lot. When Padma has a love affair with her colleague Santosh (Santosh Shoban), Gopalam fears that it might lead to unforeseen consequences. Gopalam is brainwashed by his bad neighbours and he loses all peace in life. Santosh, who is a positive-minded youngster with an infectious predisposition, takes it upon himself to transform Gopalam and win over Padma, who is miffed with him for a reason.

Manchi Rojulochayie Movie Review


It's commendable that director Maruthi has concocted a delectable comedy entertainer in less than a month's time. Yes, the film under review was in the production phase for barely four weeks during the peak of the pandemic. Made on a reasonable budget with a fine cast and crew, the entertainer has hit the jackpot this Diwali by dishing out the right dose of comedy.

In projecting Gopalam as the quintessential patriarch who is also a child at heart, this film sets the tone for a hilarious roller-coaster right off the bat. The scenes between Gopalam and Santosh are not too many. They make a thorough impact even though they take some time to actually take off.

A good amount of the first half is spent on presenting every single detail of Gopalam's madcap character. He is a control freak who loves his daughter. While Mehreen's Padma behaves as though she is unemotional at first, eventually, the character comes into its own. The family scenes are made funny also by the fact that Gopalam has a buffoonic brother-in-law in Sudarshan and an oddball wife who makes weird dishes.

Manchi Rojulochayie Movie Review

Santosh's friends, played by Praveen and Viva Harsha, bring the roof down with their coming timing and cheeky repartees. One roots for the 'love' track between Praveen and Ajay Ghosh. You have to watch it to discover its sweetness and how Maruthi delivers a subtle message through it.

'Manchi Rojulochaie' avoids dull moments by infusing the right dose of soothing music at regular intervals. 'So So Ga', composed by a confident Anup Rubens and sung by a lively Sid Sriram, is excellent. Sai Sriram's visuals capture the colony backdrop without making any frame look staged.

Manchi Rojulochayie Movie Review

The performances are a plus, especially that of Santosh Shoban and Ajay Ghosh. The scene where the former lectures the latter on the need to tide over irrational fears is heart-touching. This builds up the climax, which is moving.

Vennela Kishore is in his element when he cribs that medical literature that patients acquire online has become a headache for qualified doctors. Saptagiri is on the prowl with an ambulance in tow. Amidst these quirky characters, the film says that paranoia is a disease that must be feared the most. For Mehreen, this one is an extension of her role in 'Mahanubhavudu'.


Here is a film that says positivity is an antidote for paranoia. Watch it for the comedy, emotional content, and Maruthi flavour.

Rating: 3 / 5.0

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