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JJ’s Review: Mallela Teeramlo Sirimalle Puvvu: Sensible Artistic tale
JJ’s Review: Mallela Teeramlo Sirimalle Puvvu
Title: Mallela Teeramlo Sirimalle Puvvu
With current state of commercial movies and routine entertainers ruling the box-office, there is blame on entire Tollywood industry for not making offbeat films with values. In this context, one film that that claims to sensible, unlike routine commercial films, is 'Mallela Teeramlo Sirimalle Puvvu'. Let's see whether the film lives up to the makers statement.
Lakshmi (Srividya) is a traditional girl, with limited desires and ambitions in life. She marries a guy (George) chosen after by her father (Rao Ramesh) as his horoscope matches to her. Just like any typical simple girl, she goes to her husband's house with so many hopes and expectations on her married life. Within no time, she realizes that he is NOT perfect match for her, as he always runs after money and gives least importance for his life partner. In this context, Kranthi (Kranthi Chand) a lyricist, enters her life. Further story proceedings cannot be revealed and should be seen on big screen.
In the current situation of commercial movies ruling the box-office with 6 songs, 4 fights, forcible comedy, item songs, heroines skin show, here comes one film with a sensible story and artistic narration. The film’s tagline “A journey through your heart” is 100% apt for this film.
In a hero-centric industry like Tollywood, very few heroine centric films are made. Among such, very few are with an artistic touch and sensible values. ‘Mallela Teeramlo Sirimalle Puvvu’ is one among those few films. The sole and thought process of an independent woman have been portrayed exceptionally well.
Though the narration is artistic, the screenplay is dragged at times and of course this movie has no commercial aspects. As the movie progresses, it tests our patience and we tend to become restless at times. The makers should have included some decent comedy to avoid this.
Though films like this are badly needed for our telugu film industry, the success rate of these films is very pitiable. With formula films and star studded films doing box-office Bull Run, films like these suffer from limited target audience and even such people prefer to watch them on the small screen.
Sri Divya is a perfect fit for her role. Her dressing style, cute expressions and body language is apt and decent. The entire story revolving around her, she gets full marks for her appearance, acting and even dubbing!
Kranthi is perfect for his role. George, who acted as husband did his bit. Rao Ramesh is apt. There is nothing much to speak about others.
Big thumbs up to the writer-director Ramaraju, for his sensible artistic tale. He handled story, screenplay, art direction, dialogues and direction. Baal Reddy cinematography is perfect and he made the film look artistic. Pawan Kumar’s background music complimented the scenes very well. DI work is in sync with the scenes and natural. Editing is ok.
-NO commercial elements. Some class/decent comedy should have been included.
Despite being a sensible artistic attempt, this film suffers from limited target audience and limited box-office stamina. Watch it if you like this genre films, else wait for TV telecast.
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