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Review : Maha Samudram – Only for performances |

Maha samudram movie review

maha samudram is a film that has generated a lot of buzz in recent days. has been released on a large scale today and let’s see how it is.


The film is set in Vizag and is about two close friends, Vijay (Siddharth) and Arjun (Sharwanand). vijay has a girlfriend named maha(aditi rao) and is looking for easy money. After a tragic turn of events involving a don from the underworld, he escapes from Vizag leaving his pregnant lover Maha (Aditi Rao) and Arjun in deep trouble. This is also the time when Arjun’s uncle Chunchu Mama (Jagapathi Babu) forces Arjun to engage in smuggling in Vizag. arjun jumps in and decides to take care of an annoying maha as well. When things seem to be going well with his life, Vijay suddenly returns with a vengeance to kill Arjun for cheating on him. how all these problems are solved forms the basic story of maha samudram.

positive points:

The film’s production values ​​are very good. the way the movie is set in vizag also looks impressive. aditi rao looks good and suits his role well, but he doesn’t have much to do in the last part of the movie.

siddharth comes back strong and is good when he plays bad guy in the second half. rao ramesh is the best of all in the negative role of him. His appearance, dialogue delivery and his acting are all top notch in the movie.

Saranya is impeccable in her role. Anu Emanuel is also effective in his small role. jagapathi babu once again impresses as chunchu mava. the camera work is quite impressive as the images are top notch.

last but not least, sharwa does an excellent job as arjun. he shows good intensity in his role and carries the movie on his shoulders. all the scenes of him with siddharth are well handled.

negative points:

maha samudram has multiple demerits. ajay bhupathi’s first movie, rx100 had a strong sticking point and that is missing a lot in this movie. the chosen story is simple and does not have as many twists as expected.

ajay bhupathi has written fantastic characters for each actor and has also presented them well. but the drama between the characters in the second half lacks focus and lacks depth. siddharth leaves vizag and not much is known about him. jagapathi babu character chart is incomplete at the end.

the second half is a disappointment and the way the director handled the character of siddharth seems uneven and lacks clarity. he also returns at the end of the story and when everyone thinks there will be a lot of animosity between the two heroes, things are over in a jiffy.

technical aspects:

Technically, the film is quite strong and has excellent visual effects. separate mention deserves the production design and the dialogues as well. chaitan bhardwaj’s music is also good as is his bgm.

referring to director ajay bhupathi, surely he has not lived up to the hype created after his first film. the canvas of him, actors, performances and backdrop are perfect, but the necessary conflict and drama in the film is missing. When you expect big action, excitement and confrontation to happen, Ajay loses control of the movie and drags her for no reason.


Overall, maha samudram does not live up to the hype created. the film has an impressive backdrop and solid drama possibilities, but they are not used well. Considering the good star cast and heartfelt performances, this movie may stand a chance this festive season. but go in with your expectations in check. rating: 2.75/5

reviewed by 123telugu team

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