After the death of MLA Nagappa from Macharla constituency, the party thinks that his son Rajappa (Samudra Khani) should not be given the seat. But.. with his rowdyism he will make no election at all in Machar’s constituency. Rajappa ruled the Machars without facing him for almost thirty years. He kills everyone who comes across him, be it the common people or the authorities.
If the scene is cut, the boy Sidhu alias Siddharth Reddy (Nithin) who lives in Vizag will complete his civils and wait for the posting. He is loved by the minister’s daughter Jhansi (Catherine Tresa). But he sees her as a friend. One day Sidhu accidentally sees a girl named Swati (Kriti Shetty) at Vizag beach. He falls in love with her. She leaves before he can convince her of his love. Gunthalakidi Gurnatham (Vennela Kishore) who is next door to them in the colony where Tira Sidhu comes home. Because Gurnatham will be her brother-in-law.
Sidhu comes to know that Swati has come to his next door and tries to get closer to her. At the same time, Sidhu helps Swati to meet the city commissioner and lawyer Satyamurthy. But one day Swati unexpectedly disappears. Sidhu Macharla comes looking for her. There, Rajappa’s son Veera saves Swati when she is about to be killed. At the same time, Sidhu comes to know that he has got a posting as a collector in Guntur.
At the same time, Sidhu learns about Rajappa and his misdeeds. Knowing that Rajappa has been preventing elections from happening in Machar for thirty years, he wants to check his actions. What steps Sidhu takes as a collector.. What steps Rajappa takes.. Why does Rajappa actually want to kill Swathi.. you have to watch the movie.
It is not wrong for every hero to want to act in commercial format movies to connect with the audience. However, if you watch some movies, you can’t help but feel that the commercial format should be in the same style. ‘Macharla Constituency’ has joined the list of some such movies. When the movie was announced, the audience got interested when it came out that Nitin will play the role of a collector. Everyone wanted to see how Nitin would impress in a role that he has not done so far. Apart from that, there is no doubt that Nitin’s film under his own banner has also increased the expectations of the film.
But as mentioned earlier, Nitin’s role as a collector is new. In one area, the villain makes sure that no one stands against him. Everyone including the Chief Minister is afraid. But the hero opposes him. As long as the hero does his job, no one cares about the other officials and the police. Within 10 minutes of the start of the movie, the average viewer knows what the movie is going to be like. And when the movie comes to the interval, it becomes clear cut what Senkodoff will be like. OK! Whether the point is old or not, the scenes based on it are new.
Nitin changed his look a bit and tried to impress with a new look. He wanted to drive the film forward himself. But.. the routine story and story are boring to the audience. Kriti Shetty’s role is not much important. If her character is like that, the less said about Catherine’s character, the better. In the movie, Vennela Kishore’s character tried to make her laugh. Vennela Kishore as Gunthalakidi Gurnath of Ego Ka Baap tried to entertain the audience in the first half with his comedic timing. And in the first staff, it seemed that the scope of his role was more than that of Nitin. There is nothing new in Samudra Khan’s villainy. It must be said that he also carried his characters very simply. And Murali Sharma, Indraja, Rajendra Prasad, Shubhalekha Sudhakar all acted to the extent of their roles. Mahathi Swara Sagar’s music is ok.. but the background music is not good. Prasad Murella’s cinematography is good.
It is not known why the director-turned-editor S.R.Sekhar wrote such a routine story. I don’t understand why Nithin made the movie believing it.
Finally..’Machar’s Constituency’..Routine, Rota Commercial Movie