Cinema Choopista Mava - Review

Friday, August 14, 2015 - 23:30
Cinema Choopista Mava (2015)

Movie: Cinema Choopista Mava
Cast: Raj Tarun, Avika Gor, Rao Ramesh, Krishna Bhagavan,  Posani and others
Music: Sekhar Chandra
Producers: Bekkem Venugopal, B AnjiReddy, Rupesh 
Story, Screenplay and Direction: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
Release Date: August 14, 2015

Raj Tarun and Avika Gor the hit pair of Uyyala Jampala are back with their latest film Cinema Choopista Mava. Like in their first movie,  the duo played the same teenage lovers in this film too.

Katthi (Raj Tarun) is a weak student who crashes his intermediate exams. One look at the beautiful Parineeta (Avika) and Katthi is head over heal in love with her. She on the other hand is the daughter of a Government official who is always talking of class and quality.  This man detests anyone who does not have any standard. Katthi joins Parineeta’s college fooling the principal. She too falls in love with Kaththi. When Parineeta’s father comes to know of their love, he is angry. He challenges Katthi that if he is able to bear all expenses of his house for a month with hard earned money, then he would marry his daughter to Katthi. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

The film actually goes completely to Raj Tarun. He played at the gallery with his dialogues, antics. Avika Gor is okay, she looks pretty and has nothing much to do. Rao Ramesh has given a good performance like always.

Technically there is nothing in the film that we can discuss except two songs composed by Sekhar Chandra. Editing should have been better. Some trimming would have helped the film heavily.

Cinema Choopista Mava is a fun film which has no logic. The film has comedy, though at times we feel that it has been seen before. Movie has no logic but many episodes in the film are targeted at mass audiences. Director Trinadha Rao has shown his command over handling comedy.

Overall Cinema Choopista Mava gives you good laughs. Despite the predictable plot, jokes work and keeps you entertained.

Bottom-line: Watch this film for time pass and some laughs.