Manchi Rojulochaie is a heartfelt performer film coordinated by Maruthi and together delivered by V Celluloid pennant and SKN. The film projects Santosh Shobhan and Mehreen Pirzada in the primary lead job while Anup Rubens scored music for this film.
Presently, profiting by the Dasara merriments, producers of the impending film dropped its trailer on Thursday, and we should, it looks very promising.The discoursed are clever, as one would anticipate from a Maruthi film. The foundation score as well, for the trailer, is as impressive.Manchi Rojulochaie is coordinated by Maruthi and delivered by V Celluloid and SKN. The film is good to go to hit the large screens for Diwali on November 4, 2021.
Santosh and Padma, associates at a product firm situated in Bengaluru, are wildly enamored with each other. With the beginning of the main flood of the COVID-19 pandemic, they must choose the option to get back to their homes in Hyderabad. Santosh is restless if they could have the option to keep the sparkle in the relationship alive during the lockdown, however they guarantee to keep in contact. The greatest hindrance to their sentiment is Padma’s over-defensive dad Gopalam, who’s profoundly dubious of Santosh’s person. Can Gopalam at any point acknowledge their relationship?
In the interim, Gopal is familiar with the Love of Santosh and Padma, by his companions. Gopal’s companions alarm him that Santosh will demolish his little girl’s life. In the apprehension about losing her little girl, Gopal begins making aggravations among Padma and Santosh. Presently the story is regarding how Santosh faces these circumstances. Would he have the option to deal with these things? Did the capacity to persuade Padma’s dad?
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Santosh Shobhan, developing in certainty with each trip, and Mehreen Pirzada, as bubbly as could be expected, are great as an on-screen pair however their characters aren’t figured out well. Srinivas Reddy’s extraordinary appearance adds little worth while Praveen’s tricks as ‘Appadala Vijayalakshmi’ are engaging in parts. Anup Rubens’ music gives some break alleviation, particularly numbers like So ga, the title track and Ekkesinde. The exaggerated number with regards to nurturing love towards the end could’ve handily managed and nothing would’ve changed.