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A new face of direction in Sandeep Raj’s Mukhachitram.

Sandeep Raj’s Mukhachitram is a romantic thriller film written and produced by himself under the banner Pocket Money Pictures. Gangadhar is the director of this movie. Vikas Vasista, Priya Vadlamani, Chaitanya Rao, Ayesha Khan, and Sunil are in the lead roles. Kaala Bhairava composed the music, Sreenivas Bejugam is the cinematographer of the film and Kodati Pavan Kalyan worked as the editor.

Story Raj Kumar (Vikas Vishishta) and his colleague Chaitanya Rao both work as plastic surgeons. Rajkumar is fond of his childhood friend Maya (Ayesha Khan). But they were never open about their feelings for each other. In this context, Raj Kumar observes Mahiti (Priya Vadlamani), a girl from a traditional Brahmin family whom he marries without a dowry. Maya expresses her feelings for Rajkumar before marriage and got hurt by the rejection. However, as expected, Maya was seriously injured in an accident and has had her face disfigured. At the same time, Mahathi dies, and Raj Kumar performs plastic surgery on Maya, masking her face. She lives with Rajkumar, who has given her a new face through plastic surgery. Maya, on the other hand, filed a lawsuit against Rajkumar.

Why did Rajkumar marry the simple country girl, Mahathi? Why didn’t he propose despite his feelings for Maya? What problems has Mahiti encountered since marrying Rajkumar? Why did Maya, in the guise of Mahati, file a case against Rajkumar, her favorite? Why does lawyer Vishva (Vishwak Sen) want to assist Mahathi in the form of Maya? The senior lawyer (Ravi Shankar) and Vishwa engage in a courtroom drama. The film Mukhachitram provides an answer to the questions raised by the verdict in Maya’s rape case against Rajkumar.

Artists’ Performances The film heavily relies on Priya Vadlmani’s performance. She demonstrates two sides of her personality: a sweet wife and a strong woman. She gets higher grades. The negative side of Vikas Vasista’s personality shines the brightest. Chaitanya Rao works well as the hero’s friend. The character of Ayesha Khan is poorly written, and the artist’s portrayal of her is also unsatisfactory. Vishwak Sen does not fit the mold of a lawyer. His cameo performance is ineffective. Ravi Shankar, another prominent lawyer, has made his mark.

Highlights:

The social message

Drawback: Characterizations Unconvincing screenplay Weak narration The courtroom proceedings

Bottom line: Uninteresting

Rating: 2.5/5

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