Market Raja MBBS Movie Review
Arav ,Nikesha patel ,Kavya Thapar ,Nassar ,Radhika Sarathkumar ,Rohini ,Sayaji Shinde ,Pradeep Rawat,
Hareesh Peradi ,Adithya Menon ,Chaams etc.
Directer -Saran ,Producer -S. Mohan,Written – Saran,Screenplay -Saran,Story – Saran,,Music – Simon K. King
Cinematography – K. V. Guhan,Edited – Gopi Krishna,Production company -Surabi Films.
The story revolves around Market Raja (Arav), a flashy don who cares for nothing but power and money. He is under the protection of Radha (Sayaji Shinde), a minister, and the duo plots and succeeds in bringing down Radha’s rival Ramadas (Hareesh Peradi). The cops, concerned over Market Raja’s growing clout decide to finish him off and bring in an encounter expert from the North (Pradeep Rawat). But the operation goes wrong and results in the death of Chandrababu (Vihaan), a medical college student. And the meek Chandrababu’s spirit possesses Market Raja. Now, the don’s right-hand man Das (Adithya) and lawyer Varadha (Chaams), with help from Vanisri (Kavya Thapar, yet another North Indian heroine who feels like fish out of water when it comes to performance).
who loves Market Raja and on whom Chandrababu has a crush – have to ensure that this secret doesn’t get out for that will destroy their entire empire. An arrogant don is possessed by the ghost of a medical college student and turns meek. Now, his accomplices have hide this fact from the outside world and ensure the return of the actual don.Market Raja is the right hand to the minister. As a gangster, he feels majestic. At the same time, another Minister decided to finish off Market Raja, as he is hurdling him. Meanwhile, this market Raja abduct two Cops and keep them as captives. Following this, the police decided to encounter Market Raja. Meanwhile, a student was wrongly shot dead in an encounter. After this, the spirit of the student possesses Market Raja. What happened next? Watch the movie to know the answer.
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Market Raja MBBS tells the story about a powerful local don who gets possessed by the ghost of a doctor. It is a Tamil action comedy directed by Saran, starring Arav Nafeez and Kavya Thapar in the lead roles.Positive Points of the movie-This movie has good content.Screenplay work is fine in the movie.Acting work is pretty good in the movie.Negative Points of the movie- This movie has a weak direction work.Production work is poor in the movie.The cinematography sucks in the movie.We are expecting that Market Raja MBBS is a good Tamil film. You all can watch this movie out with your friends and family. We are expecting this one to be a good hit at the box office. Overall, you all can watch this Market Raja MBBS with your friends and family.
Market Raja has more than one connection to this week’s other release, ENPT. The film has an odd character named Dhanush and Nikeesha Patel’s Stephanie is an actress caught in the hands of a wicked financier akin to Megha Akash’s Lekha. Sadly, both of them get a degrading portrayal. While the former is named so just to make a mockery of the actor’s personal life, the latter character is a seductress who seems hardly bothered by her pitiful state. Though Radikaa was marketed as one of the USPs of Market Raja, it is the other 80s heroine, Rohini, who shines effortlessly as the mute and deaf mother. The slightly over-the-top performances of the supporting cast like Adithya Menon and Chaams, feel apt for this film’s universe, but Vihaan’s annoying portrayal of the meek Chandra Babu is quite unbearable.
Market Raja also leaves a lot of unanswered questions in its wake. Midway into the film, the whys and hows surrounding the possessed lead reaches a staggering level. The director himself seems just as clueless as us, given he just lets these confusions slide without any noticeable effort. A couple of creative cuts at the editing table could have made this a way better film. Instead, we have scenes that go on and on, leading nowhere. Anyone who has seen the promos would be aware that it’s the story of a don with a devil-may-care attitude who gets possessed by the spirit of a scaredy-cat medical student. (A reverse take on the Kanchana franchise). An interesting premise, sure. But, Market Raja hardly deviates from the screenplay that we can think up based on this one line, and that is a serious problem. This is the kind of film where we can predict each upcoming scene.
Saran’s Market Raja was marketed (pun intended) as an Arav-starrer. Making a full-fledged on-screen debut under aegis of a filmmaker who has directed Kamal and Ajith, must have been daunting, but Arav carries it with ease. Though I wasn’t entirely convinced with him as the atrocious don, he sells the cowardly and naive medico brilliantly. For a major portion of the runtime, the screen is filled with Arav’s face. Considering the shallow writing, I am quite sceptical if my interest level would have stayed the same were it a random actor delivering an average performance. Simon K King’s Dha Dha (the finale to his oppari trilogy of songs after Ezhavu and Sangu) was the first thing that got me curious about the film prior to release. The picturisation of the song too showcased quirkiness to the maximum. How I wish the entire film was made with a similar tone! Something that would surprise us, now and then. While introducing Market Raja, the don, the voice-over in the background goes, “Ivaru epo enna pannuvaru nu ivarukku theriyadhu.” However, we do know, almost always. And that’s the problem.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5