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Maharaja Review: Engaging or Boring?

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It is indeed a great achievement for any actor to be part of 50 films as a lead actor in the present generation. Actor Vijay Sethupathi has achieved this feat with the movie “Maharaja,” which released in the theatres today. Let us see how is this milestone 50th movie of Vijay Sethupathi.

Maharaja (Vijay Sethupathi) is a barber who looks after his daughter as his wife dies in an accident. He visits the police station one day, claiming that “Lakshmi” is missing from his home. Who’s Lakshmi, why is Maharaja looking for Lakshmi, and the reason behind it form the rest of the story.

Maharaja has a very thin story line, but the way the director presented it on screen made a big difference. The non-linear screenplay technique made this movie more interesting, with some good emotional scenes that connected with the audience.

Vijay Sethupathi nailed it with his performance in his 50th film. Anurag Kashyap also made an impact with his presence in the movie. Natty, Abhirami, Mamta Mohandas, and all the other actors did their part well.

Ajaneesh Loknath’s background score was apt for the scenes. Dinesh Purushothaman’s camera work was decent. Editing by Philomin Raj could have been a little better. Production values are as required for the story.

Director Nithilan Saminathan came up with a simple revenge drama but made it look interesting with his screenplay. Despite a few lags in the first half, he made this movie very engaging.

Overall, Maharaja is a decent revenge drama that has some moments that will connect with the audience. Vijay Sethupathi’s performance is one of the major highlights in the movie.

Bhargav Reddy

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