Maduve Mane

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Maduve Mane

Looking good: Shraddha Arya and Ganesh in the film Maduve Mane.

A smart alec rescues a girl on a train and predicts that she will marry no one but him. He endears himself to the girl’s family and gets invited to the wedding. The girl treats him with contempt, confident that everything will go on sm­o­othly. When the moment approaches, however, the groom drags her out of the mantapa...

Maduve Mane sounds pretty familiar what with quite a few Telugu films overusing this line. But what sets this Ganesh-starrer apart is the treatment and sub-plots, showing original thinking.

Director Sunil Kumar Singh puts his small screen experience to good use,
not falling into the trap of shrinking the potential of the silver screen into several episodes. He keeps it tight and his dialogues play up Ganesh’s strengths, without going overboard or turning vulgar. His choice of actors shows his willingness to experiment.

Shekhar Chandra’s camerawork is A-One and Manikant Kadri’s music has a familiar feel to it, with a couple of songs burning the charts. Soundarrajan’s editing also helps make this film a complete entertainer, leaving very little to complain. This Maduve Mane is quite a welcoming place.

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