Madha Gaja Raja Movie Review


Just a couple of months back TVSK's discharge raced to stuffed houses and as anyone might expect still is. Furthermore, why not? It's turning out from the assembling unit of Sundar C and his directional aptitudes. But another comic drama cum masala flick Madha Gaja Raja from this awesome executive is slated to discharge this weekend.


In the wake of depicting masala parts in a progression of flicks, Vishal will be wearing yet another part this time overflowing with comic drama and activity. His past trip in the cinema world may have not gone well, but rather knowing Vishal a performing artist second to none in all classes this will be a test. He has more to win as his generation organization VFF (Vishal Film Factory) has made this motion picture happen after a series of postponements attributable to different reasons.

The motion picture touted to be an activity stuffed performer not forgetting the variety of satire components with Santhanam in the cast likewise has Sonu Sood playing the miscreant. Sundar C knows his methods for diverting the group of onlookers with fluctuated components of fun and pace, so inspire set to witness something of that sort. This will be similar to an occasion twisting up somewhere else, and the sky is the limit from there!

Rest of the cast are really known, Santhanam who never appear to be out of alternatives in the fun division will be the one to keep an eye out with his USP of jokes. Anjali and Varalakshmi play the lead ladies around Vishal, so there is a great deal of glitz and sentiment also.

Vijay Antony's music is another in addition to and he has some way or another brought the enchantment of singing that has been covering up in Vishal for a melody. Considering this to be another masala motion picture, Vijay knows his way in and out.

The motion picture additionally hits the screen as NTR in Tollywood, so with two major names that could tremble the film business let us attend to September sixth as it locks horns with Varutha padatha Valibar sangam.

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