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Mukhachitram Telugu Movie Review: After earning a National Award for his first movie, “Colour Photo,” director Sandeep Raj shifted to writing scripts before making his second movie, “Mukhachitram.” People were already interested in the movie because of its stars, and the trailer worked to build on that interest. A lot of people were looking forward to today’s movie premiere. Let’s figure out right away how good this movie is.

Mukhachitram Telugu Movie Review


Dr. Raj (Vikar Vasista) seems to be sticking to his original plan, even though he married Mahathi instead of Maya (Ayesha Khan). In an accident, Mahathi loses consciousness and Maya gets hurt on the face. This changes Raj’s life in every way. Also interesting is Raj’s reaction when he saw that Maya had come back with Mahathi’s face which had been changed by surgery.

Cast & Crew

Vikas Vasista, Vishwak Sen, Priya Vadlamani, Chaitanya Rao, and Ayesha Khan were the actors and actresses with the most fame. Sandeep Raj wrote the script, directed the movie, took the pictures, and made the music for it. Kaala Bhairava made the music for the movie, Pavan Kalyan Kodati did the editing, and Sreenivas Bejugam was in charge of the camera work. This movie was made by Mohan S. Rajan and Pradeep Yadav working together.

Movie NameMukhachitram
Music DirectorKaala Bhairava
ProducerPradeep Yadav, and Mohan Yella
GenreDrama Thriller
CastVikas Vasista, Vishwak Sen, Priya Vadlamani, Chaitanya Rao, and Ayesha khan
CinematographySreenivas Bejugam

Movie Verdict

The main characters of the movie, Maya and Raj, are shown and their love story is told in the first few minutes. When Mahathi, who plays Ra, goes through two scary things in the second part of the movie, the first part of the movie becomes even more intense. The only interesting thing about Mukhchitram is its trailer, which is a huge letdown.

In the courtroom drama, Raj’s innocence can’t be proven, but Vishwak Sen keeps the audience interested. The second half of the movie doesn’t hold our attention as much as the first. Where the second half left off, the first half picks up. It will be interesting to find out how Maya’s face was switched with Mahathi’s and why she sued Raj to get revenge.

Priya Vadlamani did a great job with the role of Mahathi because she gave it a lot of depth. Ayesha Khan did a great job as Maya, but Chaitanya Rao, who is known for his role in the TV show 31 Weds 21, didn’t do much to impress with his acting or delivery. Vikas Vasista’s performance as Raj in Cinema Bandi is good, but there is always room for improvement. He was known as the best driver in a faraway area.

Even though Sandeep Raj may have written a more interesting script, the film’s linear script made it hard for Gangadhar, who was making his first movie, to tell the story. Neither Gangadhar’s direction nor Sandeep Raj’s writing were able to draw in or impress the audience.

We thought Mukhachitram was just about good enough. Even though Kaala Bhairava’s score and Sreenivas Bejugam’s camerawork aren’t very interesting, the rest of the cast and crew did a great job meeting the film’s needs.

If you don’t have anything else to do this weekend, you should check out Mukhachitram. It has a lot of catchy songs. You have no choice but to politely turn down their offer.

Plus Points:

  • The core point
  • Few Scenes

Minus Points:

  • Linear Screenplay
  • Predictable Scenes
  • Routine Story

Rating: 2.5/5

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