Mukhachitram Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Mukhachitram Review In Telugu: After getting a National Award for his first movie, “Colour Photo,” director Sandeep Raj switched to writing scripts before making his second movie, “Mukhachitram.” The movie got people’s attention at first because of the famous actors in it, and when the trailer came out, people were even more excited. With all of these hopes in mind, the movie came out today. Without further ado, let’s get into the review and find out if the movie is any good or not.

Mukhachitram Review In Telugu


Dr. Raj (Vikar Vasista), who was going to marry Maya (Ayesha Khan) but ended up marrying Mahathi instead, seems to be sticking to his original plan. Maya and Mahathi get into an accident that leaves Maya’s face scarred and Mahathi in a coma. This turns Raj’s world upside down. Lastly, it’s important to see what Raj did when Maya came back with Mahathi’s face after plastic surgery.

Cast & Crew

The most important roles were played by Vikas Vasista, Vishwak Sen, Priya Vadlamani, Chaitanya Rao, and Ayesha Khan. The film was written, directed, shot, and scored by Sandeep Raj. Sreenivas Bejugam was in charge of the camera work, Kaala Bhairava was in charge of the music, and Pavan Kalyan Kodati was in charge of the editing. Pradeep Yadav and Mohan S. Rajan were in charge of making this movie.

Movie NameMukhachitram
Music DirectorKaala Bhairava
ProducerPradeep Yadav, and Mohan Yella
GenreDrama Thriller
CastVikas Vasista, Vishwak Sen, Priya Vadlamani, Chaitanya Rao, and Ayesha khan
CinematographySreenivas Bejugam

Movie Verdict

In the beginning of the movie, we meet the main characters and learn that Maya and Raj are in love. When two bad things happen to Mahathi (who is Ra) in the second act, the first act of the movie becomes exciting all of a sudden. Unfortunately, the only part of Mukhchitram that is mesmerizing is the trailer.

The courtroom drama fails to keep people interested while it tries to prove Raj’s innocence, but Vishwak Sen’s swagger keeps people interested. The sad thing is that the second half of the movie doesn’t surprise us anymore. The second half picks up where the first one left off. It’s interesting to see how Maya’s face was switched with Mahathi’s, why she sued Raj, and why she wanted revenge.

Priya Vadlamani’s performance as Mahathi was great because she gave the character a lot of depth. Ayesha Khan’s performance as Maya was fine, and Chaitanya Rao, who is known for his role in the 31 Weds 21 series, was disappointed in both his acting and how he said his lines. Cinema Vikas Vasista does a good job as Raj in Bandi, but he has a lot of room for improvement. He was great as an auto driver in a remote area.

Even though Sandeep Raj may have written a more interesting script, the film’s linear screenplay made it hard for Gangadhar, who was making his directorial debut, to tell the story. Neither Sandeep Raj as a writer nor Gangadhar as a director were able to hold the audience’s attention or amaze them.

Mukhachitram is just average. Sreenivas Bejugam’s cinematography is fine but not amazing, and Kaala Bhairava’s music isn’t great, but the rest of the crew did a great job fitting the film’s needs.

If you don’t have anything better to do this weekend, I’d recommend giving Mukhachitram a try because, all in all, the songs on it are pretty good. If not, you’ll have to turn down the offer.

Plus Points:

  • The core point
  • Few Scenes

Minus Points:

  • Linear Screenplay
  • Predictable Scenes
  • Routine Story

Rating: 2.5/5

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