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Mr. Majnu is an Indian Telugu Language romantic comedy-drama film directed by Venky Atluri that got released on 25 January 2019. The movie was produced by B. V. S. N. Prasad underneath Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra.Akhil Akkineniand Nidhhi Agerwal take the central role.



Vicky (Akhil Akkineni), anobsessive playboy, flatters Nikitha (Nidhhi Agerwal) in London. The sightmoves to India as soon as Vicky move toward home to grace with his presencein his sister's wedding ceremony. Nikitha is in fact the bridegroom's sister. One way or another, the heroine twitchesrelishing the hero's company. It's a matter of periodbeforehand she drops in love with him. But then Vicky being Vicky, he is frightened of long-standingaffairs. This is the minute Nikitha chasesrigid and the couplechooses to gofor a temporaryaffiliation for two months, which centrals to some unexpectedsignificances.What are those penalties and by what means do the twosomemanage up with the linkedmatters? Will they endlessly live favourably ever after or treasure trove their distinctpathways? That's the subsequent half of the movie.


Anappealing playboy who has on no occasion had a sternbonddiscovers himself in a mess of troubleafter he finally sees the right girl. The film genre: Romance.


Mr. Majnu is ananticipated movie pierced with brandedoutlines, accustomedcircumstances, suitable cliches and some ridiculous tropes.
  • Film Director: Venky Atluri
  • Lead Cast of the Film: Akil Akkineni and Nidhhi Agerwal
  • Overall Rating: 3.0/5
  • Film Certification:UA


Through this Venky Atluri directorial, Akhil Akkineni has formally been set the layer to yield over the Romeocharacters that his father-actor Nagarjuna has expert in. It can't get furtherauthorized than this, after he's mentioned to his grandfather and father's iconic movies in anemotional that recites 'Devadasu manavado, Manmadhudike varasudo'. Though, further than the playboy side to Akhil, it's his performingcourage that influences in Mr Majnu, the greatest. The movie is evidence to Akhil's impending of age and serenity as aperformer, giving his self-confidence to handle a faultless masala outing.

Vikram Krishna (Vicky) performed by Akhil, is a heartthrob at university, a market leader with teenagers, so ample so that they combat to be his 'girlfriend'. On his coming back to India after finishing his qualification, he sees Nikitha (Nikki),Nidhhi Agerwal,in a journey. After primarycontact, Vicky and Nikki get anenhancedreason to go out together understanding that both their cousins owe to wedshortly. The affiliation then earnsnumerousspins while Nikki is at the acceptance end with Vicky's commitment problems.Director Venky attempts a bit too hard to plan the playful side to his mainappeal Vicky and the stablereferences to Akhil's 'glamour'.

The movieoriginates into its specific only in the family-drama sections, wherever you grasp the 'gentlemanly' facet of Vicky. The actualwonder is the modestact of Akhil Akkineni at this time; he's exceedinglywell-organized in arresting an expressivetriad.There's more or lessenergy in the events with Overexcited Aadi's entry in the subsequent half, his bitter-sweet calculation with Subbaraju confirminggigglesabundantly. The interpretation by avivaciousform of a two-year-old childmarks for some identicalappealingstructures too. Certain twist of fate to the appeals, similar that of Priyadarshi, who grieveseach time Akhil says a falsehood, complementessence to the movie.

The conversationsstay to-the-point and the substitutedesigns complete the story fine, however the cordaroundmovie piracy could have been incorporated better into the storyline. Mr Majnu could have even remained a crunchiermovieif the filmmaker eluded those long action sections. Nidhhi Agerwal come to bein ample of screen space to display her opportunity but doesn't mark any impression as aperformer.It's Akhil who escorts this stony ship, whereasmusician Thaman relics the anonymousidol of the movie for its tremendous music marks. Be it dynamism, song or a sense of serene, Thaman's composition is a faultlessbroadcaster to the movie's story. The film may not be as heart-warming as Tholi Prema, but has allfundamentals in it to mark for an appealinglookout at the cinemas.


  • Akhil Akkineni - Vikram Krishna
  • Nidhhi Agerwal - Nikitha
  • Izabelle Leite
  • Kailash Reddy - Bobby
  • Naga Babu
  • Subbaraju - Ramesh Babu
  • Rao Ramesh - Siva Prasad
  • Jayaprakash -Krishna Prasad
  • Pavitra Lokesh
  • Sithara
  • Priyadarshi Pullikonda - Chitti
  • Vidyullekha Raman - Linda
  • S. Thaman as walk-onform in "Kopamga Kopamga" song


Tune composed by S. Thaman for the movie. All themelodies are confined by Sri Mani. Song wasout on Sony Music India.