On 1 November 2019 Telugu Movie Meeku Maathrame Cheptha was released. Film directed by Shammeer Sultan was a Telugu Action film. Produce by Vardhan Deverakonda.
Meeku Maathrame Cheptha movie is an action movie starring Tharun Bhascker, Vani Bhojan ,Naveen George Thomas . At huge amount of money goldmines telefilms bought the dubbing rights.
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- Vani Bhojan as Stephie
- Abhinav Gomatam
- Naveen George Thomas
- Anasuya Bharadwaj
- Avantika Mishra
- Vinay Varma
- Pavani Gangireddy
- Vijay Devarakonda in a cameo appearance
Movie Plot in summary
A few days before Rakesh’s wedding, a porn video of her was leaked on a porn site. With his marriage, reputation and career at stake, Rakesh and his friend Kamesh search for a hacker so that he can remove her before the video goes viral.
Tharu Bhaskar debuted today with great fanfare as a big actor under the direction of the Sharamer Sultan. Though the film works in bits and pieces, the comedy does not just hit the ground. The weak screenplay, characterization and repetitive scenes prove to be its downfall.
Kamesh (Abhinav Gomtam) and Rakesh (Tharun Bhaskar) are childhood friends who work for a failed TV channel. Rakesh comes for Steffi (Vani Bhojan) and proposes marriage. He is a strict doctor, who expects Rakesh to be nothing less than perfect. Just when everything is going smoothly, a video of Rakesh went viral online. How the couple tries their best to pull the video that forms the crucifix of the story.
While Meeku Matharamay Chepta sees a number of budding artists, it is Abhinav and Tharun, who indefinitely grab the screen space for the longest time. There is not enough scope to perform Vani Bhoj and can be anything but annoying girlfriend till the end. Anasuya Bhardwaj also appears on-screen for a short time, but does not have a powerful enough trait that can make a mark. A major ban in the film, however, is the family sequence which fails to entertain.
Suspense-comedy is a genre that requires ingenuity and is not something that everyone can pull off. And when the screenplay and the story are not introduced much, it becomes a great boredom. Despite being only two hours short, the film can be shortened by ending repetitive scenes and weak comedy tracks that test patience. The film falls flat at times and only Abhinav Gowtham can do it to save it. Tharoon Bhaskar’s performance is simple. The ‘big reveal’ doesn’t amount to much in the end, thanks to an already thin story. Sivakumar, who composed the music, and Mathan Gundev, as the cinematographer, do a good job of pulling this film.
Meeku Mathrem Cheptha, marketed as a suspense-comedy, fails to impress with its tedious dialogues, weak screenplay and screenplay. Check it out for Abhinav Gowtham.