Majili Hindi Dubbed Full Movie | Release Date Confirmed: Majili is a 2019 Indian Telugu-language romantic sports drama film. Directed by Shiva Nirvana. Produced by Sahu Garpati and Harish Peddi under the banner of Shine Screen Production. The film stars Naga Chaitanya Akkineni, Samantha Akkineni and Divyansha Kaushik in lead roles. Subbaraju, Rao Ramesh, and Atul Kulkarni in supporting roles. Chaitanya and Samantha had previously worked together in Yeh Maiya Chesway, Manam and Autonagar Surya. This was their first collaboration after getting married. The film was released on 5 April 2019 and received a positive response from the audience and critics.
The Hindi dubbing rights of this Telugu blockbuster Movie Majili have been sold to Aditya Movies Pvt. Ltd. The dubbing was completed a few months ago. We have some updates about the release date of the Hindi dubbed version. Majili is a superhit Telugu-language romantic-drama film. After massive success at the box office. Now, the film is set to release in the Hindi.
The Hindi voice-over for Naga Chaitanya is performed by Sachin Gole. The censor certification of the film was completed last year and the certified length is 154 minutes. The Hindi dubbed version is scheduled to air on February 7 at 8 pm only on Sony Max and Sony Max HD. And after the television premiere. The film’s YouTube release will be on the Aditya Movies YouTube channel. Where you can watch the entire film online for free or even download it offline on YouTube. The Hindi promos of the movie are now playing on Sony Max and Sony Max HD
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- Naga Chaitanya Akkineni as Poorna Chandra Rao / Poorna
- Samantha Akkineni as Sravani
- Divyansha Kaushik as Anshu
- Subbaraju as Bhushan
- Rao Ramesh as Poorna’s father
- Atul Kulkarni as Anshu’s father
- Ananya Agarwal as Meera, Anshu and Kunal’s daughter
- Posani Krishna Murali as Rajendra, Sravani’s father
- Sai Teja Kalvakota as Kunal, Anshu’s husband
- Rajshri Nair as Sri Lakshmi, Sravani’s mother
- Ravi Prakash as Coach Srinu
- Suhas as Jonty, Poorna’s friend
- C. V. L. Narasimha Rao as Subramanyam, Sravani’s manager
Poorna, who hails from Vizag, wants to play for the India cricket team and is initially selected for the local railway team. Trying to get money to go to the cricket team, he runs into Anshu, and after some misunderstandings, they become close and fall in love. However, they are later separated from Anshu’s parents and the circumstances that haunt them. Anshu, who promises to return to Poorna, never returns. Poorna is in a depressed state to turn to alcohol for her pain and to pursue her cricket career.
Meanwhile, Puran’s neighbor Shravani falls in love with Poorna, of which she is unaware. When she comes to know about Purna’s love for Anshu, she is distancing herself from him, but he marries her after a few years seeing the pain of her and her father. Poorna marries Shravani due to pressure from her father, but keeps her distance and does not go to work, instead refresh her memories with Anshu and pay Shravani for money to buy liquor. Trust on
When Poorna goes to Dehradun to help select some cricketers for the youth team, she encounters Anshu’s daughter Meera. She learns about Anshu and her husband Kunal’s passion for an accident and agrees to take Meera back to Vizag for cricket training. While training Meera, Poorna and Shravani decided to adopt Meera so that she could participate in the local railway team and follow their passion for cricket. However, Meera says that she will only agree when Poorna and Shravani act like a husband-wife and not a stranger to which they agree.
During this time, Poorna realizes Shravani’s pain and her love for him, deciding to leave her painful memories behind and start a new chapter. However, Shravani is not sure that Poorna has changed, and she decides to transfer Bhubaneswar to the job, leaving Poorna behind. When Poorna goes to leave Shravani at the railway station, she reveals that she has changed and has understood Shravani’s love and that she is actually going to tell him that she loves him, but she decides to leave. Have done Shravani decides to stay, and she hugs Purna’s journey (Majili) towards love.
Critic’s Rating: 3.0/5
Love, Heartbreak and Cricket is the foundation around which Shiva Nirvana builds his latest love story Majili. He slowly builds his characters around it, but for the bulk of the film, there is a lot of heartbreak and less love, while cricket is simply shown on one side – much of it exaggerated and flawed. Oddly, for a love story like Majili, there are a lot of action sequences. It seems that people in Vizag, where the film is based, are ready to kill each other at the drop of a hat. And there is rarely any closure for all violence. All this was part of a mythical ‘magic formula’ that the director was trying to find. And yet, despite all this, Majali keeps you interested and entertained for the most part of it.
The film revolves around Poorna (Naga Chaitanya), a failed cricketer who becomes an alcoholic and borrows money from his wife Shravani (Samantha) to recover his daily booze. He is a nuisance of his neighborhood and a constant source of concern to his father (Rao Ramesh). But Shravani is confident that she will come around, that her wounds will eventually heal. Except his wounds are not physical – they are emotional ones that go so deep, it almost destroys him.
This is a failed love story (no surprise), involving Anshu (Divyanka Kaushik), the daughter of a naval officer (Atul Agnihotri). As a budding cricketer, Poorna falls for Anshu (in a typical, dramatic hate-turn-love situation) and just when things start to happen easily, he gets into a rift with his captain, the team. Quits and decides to work instead of a corrupt politician Bhushan (Subbarao). And just like that, a bad decision changes his life forever.
Quite often, the director seems to be in two minds and is unsure whether he wants to break stereotypes or tick every box he thinks is necessary for the film to work. In many ways, the film is refreshing. Each character has depth and seems to have been very well nourished. The music is amazing. And the pain of the protagonist is portrayed in the film without any twist. The director is helped by some great performances from the main cast. Samantha outdoes the rest with yet another powerful performance. Chaitanya seems to be more in his element when he is playing the role of a bearded. Heartbroken drunkard rather than the younger cricketer who is featured in the flashback scenes. Rao Ramesh and Posani are Murali Krishna, who takes up the film with a terrific performance, beyond the heroic love story.
For all its moments of shine, there are too many shining to ignore flaws in Majili. For instance, the director is confused as to what to do with Subbaraju’s character. First, he is portrayed as this evil goon. He then becomes more powerful but is then made irrelevant to the film or the plot. The film becomes a two-part story. From the sudden end of a love story, it marks a new beginning, and it does not always refuse – nor climax. But as Majali plays outside, you sympathize with the hero, feel his anger and relate to his pain. The film has enough to keep you on-screen, and despite the ill-timed songs and unnecessary fights, Mazi is worth watching.