|Cast:||Rahul Vijay, Kavya Thapar, Rajendra Prasad|
|Directed by:||Ramu Koppula|
|Produced by:||Divya Vijay|
|Music by:||Mani Sharma|
|Release Date:||September 21, 2018|
Ee Maya Peremito - Story
Sri Ramachandra Murthy (Rahul Vijay) aka Chandu is a happy-go-lucky ‘rebel’ with no ambition in life. Sheetal Jain (Kavya Thapar) is the precious daughter of Pramod Jain (Murli Sharma). She falls in love with Chandu’s good nature but what happens when her father decides that he needs to change to be worthy of his daughter.
Ee Maya Peremito - Star Performance
Rahul Vijay seems to be another Raj Tarun in the making, in the sense that the only emotion he can seem to portray is a wide smile. The only other emotion he conveys in the film is when his pretty face crinkles slightly when he’s confused or sad. He does however know how to shake a leg. Kavya Thapar is good enough in her role, except she’s handed the short end of the straw here, despite having decent screen time. Murli Sharma and Rajendra Prasad too do the best with what they’re offered.
Ee Maya Peremito - Technical Team
Production values by Divya Vijay are top notch as the makers have spent a good amount of money which shows on screen. Shyam K Naidu’s camera work is impressive as the realistic visuals have been showcased on a good note. Editing by Navin Nooli is below par as many unnecessary scenes could have been chopped off. Music by Mani Sharma was not up to the mark. Coming to the director Ram, he has done a below par job with his narration. His story on paper looks good but the manner in which he narrated the film with many forced scenes look over the top and do not offer anything new.
Ee Maya Peremito - Analysis
On the whole, Ee Maya Peremito is a below-par romantic drama which has nothing much going its way. Debutante Rahul Vijay looks promising but the slow pace, outdated romance, and repeated scenes bring the film down in no time. All we suggest you is to try this film out only if you have nothing else to do but keep your expectations in check.
Ee Maya Peremito - Trailer