Release date: May 09, 2018
starring: Keerthy Suresh, Dulquer Salmaan, Samantha, Vijay Deverakonda
Director: Nag Ashwin
Producers: Priyanka Dutt, Swapna Dutt
Music Director: Mickey J. Meyer
Cinematographer: Dani Sanchez-Lopez
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
One of the most awaited biopics till date, Mahanati has hit the big screens today which also happens to be the birthday of Vijay Deverakonda who starred in the movie. Let us check whether the movie lived up to the expectations.
It is well known that Savitri is a biopic, made on the real-life story of the legendary actress, Savitri. It deals with ups and downs of probably the best actress Telugu film industry has ever produced. The real-life tragic incidents in her career and personal life form the core plot of this biopic.
Keerthy Suresh gave her career-best performance in the movie and is surely a contendor for the best actress award. She literally breathed life into the movie and emulates the grace and screen presence of Savitri.
Samantha is another major asset in the film and her performance in the climax episode will have a great impact on the viewers.
Dulquer and Vijay are at their very best and bring great depth to the proceedings with their realistic performances.
Each and every cast member were in sync with each other and take the movie to a whole new level.
Nag Ashwin took one hell of a task on his hand and boy did he deliver big. The amount of detailing that has gone into the script is simply incredible. He deserves a special mention in the success of the movie.
Music and camera works are of top noch quality and that greatly helps in keeping the intensity all through the movie. The costumes and lighting add a great deal of authenticity to the larger than life biopic.
Mahanati is a commendable tribute to one of the finest actress in Indian film industry. The traffic end has been kept intact and will surely leave you teary eyed. The movie has that authentic vibe all through its runtime and Nag Ashwin did an excellent job in keeping it that way.
All in all, Mahanati is a perfect tribute to Savitri. Go watch it on big screens