Mahaveera Maachideva Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Mahaveera Maachideva"
Runtime: 2 Hours 19 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 18-03-2016
Genre: Action, Drama
3.25 / 5.0

The history of India has always been a matter of interest to the film makers. Having said that, the youth of today should definitely get an idea of the important events that happened in our country. Mahaveera Maachideva is one such movie that should be watched by everyone, especially the youngsters.

Plot

Veerabadra is in the ire of a curse and is alerted by Lord Shiva to cater to the needs of the innocent Sharanas, who reside in the earth. Veerabadra eventually is born on earth and becomes Maachideva. He gradually picks up the art of gallantry.

Later Maachideva goes to Mahamane, where Sri Basaveshwara resides. Here, he becomes the apple of eyes of distinguished personalities including Sri Basaveshwara, Allamaprabhu, King Bijalal, etc. Following some internal rifts, Sri Basaveshwara goes to Koodalasangama. In the meantime, the guide of Machideva becomes sick in his native place. When Machideva goes there to attend to his mentor, unpleasant incidents take place in the empire of Bijalal. And Maachideva uses all his gallantry to curb the bad forces. Watch the movie to know he Maachideva shields the Bhandaras belonging to the Vachana Sahitya. 

Star Performances

Sai Kumar has done a great job and carries the film on his shoulders. He expresses varied emotions through his eyes, and that is commendable. Srinivasaprabhu, Vijayakashi, Ramesh Bhat, and B C Patil ably support.

Analysis

Director Nandi Kameshwara Reddy has astutely executed the events in the life of Mahaveera Macchideva. Mahaveera Maachideva is set in the backdrop of the 12th century wherein Sri Basaveshwara lived. The movie concentrates on the Vasana Sahitya and Saharanas protection.

What’s there?

  • Hamsalekha’s music elevates the movie. In fact, it is one of the major highlights of the film.
  • The cinematography adds more life to the movie.
  • The vernacular and art direction is up to the standard.

What’s not there?

Such movies should be acknowledged, and minor flaws can be forgiven.

Verdict

Let’s encourage such films that deal with the bravery of our historical personalities.