Maruthi's greediness has cost him dearly. Although he is busy with Venkatesh's "Babu Bangaram", he wanted to earn some more bucks.
So he wrote an half-baked script that made into "Rojulu Marayi". He expected that his name and top producer Dil Raju's name would bring in huge collections despite weak script and narration.
But the film damaged his name further. Although he gave hits like "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy" as director, he still has reputation as the writer who pens double-meaning dialogues and projects working women in bad light. "Rojulu Marayi" treaded the same path and the movie was unanimously panned by critics and the public.
Rojulu Marayi released in theatres yesterday with astonishing reports. Being a small budget movie produced by G. Srinivas Rao on Good Cinema Group, the movie is presented by Dil Raju on SVC and Maruthi on Maruthi Talkies banner. Unlike the expectations, the movie turned out to be a youthful family entertainer attracting crowds of all age groups.
Rojulu Marayi has made a mark for itself by collecting 1 Crore 5 lakhs on its first day with 75% occupancy and no big stars to its credit. Starring Chetan Maddineni, Parvatheesam, Tejaswi and Kruthika in the lead roles, the movie is directed by Murali Krishna, an associate of Chandrasekhar Yeleti. Audio by JB was an instant hit. Maruthi'
Director Murali's debut venture "Rojulu Marayi," which was released in theatres around the world on July 1, has received mixed reviews and average ratings from film critics.
"Rojulu Marayi" is a commercial entertainer, which has romance, comedy, horror and mystery elements to woo mass audience. Maruthi Dasari has written story and screenplay for the movie, which is a mix of different genres and is apparently a rehash of all his previous hit movies, say the critics.
Close friends Adhya (Kruthika) and Rambha (Tejaswini) are in love with two guys. They want to marry them and settle down in U.S. However, a baba (saint) tells them that whover they
Cast: Parvateesam, Chetan, Tejaswi, Kruthika, Ali and Others
Directed by: M. Murali Krishna
Produced by: G. Srinivasa Rao
Banner: Maruthi Talkies
Music by: JB
Release Date: 2016-07-01
Rojulu Marayi Movie Review
Rojulu Marayi is a low budget film that has generated interest among the film buffs as Dil Raju and Maruthi are associated with it. Maruthi who has stopped making youthful films filled with vulgar jokes has penned this script that is mainly targeted at the youngsters. Although Rojulu Marayi looks like a youthful romantic entertainer from the outset, it has more to it. Maruthi tried to add every successful element that has worked at the box office which f
A “small-time” film, Rojulu Marayi is big news basically because producer Dil Raju and Maruthi has joined hands to make it. But with Maruthi moving on to direct “bigger” films, he passed on the story and screenplay to debutant director Murali Krishna. Adhya (Kruthika) and Rambha (Tejaswi) are fast friends who stay at a working women’s hostel. Though they have boyfriends, they are also friendly with Aswath (Chetan) and Peter (Parvatheesam) respectively. Though Aswath and Peter love them sincerely, the girls just use them for money as they had decided to be married to their actual boyfriends.
Curious to know their future, the two girls go to a baba in Srisailam
With the script written by Maruthi, a new director Murali Krishna has made this film that neither belongs to the genre that Maruthi has made popular - "hostel girls movies" nor it does fall in the horror genre though it has mix of both these elements apart from many other mockery moments.
To be fair, the film starts off well in entertaining way as it tells about two young girls who maintain mobiles with two sim-cards (euphemism for two-timing girls). Parvatheesam the actor who played the Srikakulam guy in Dil Raju's "Kerintha" as sex-starved guy provides some comedy in the initial stage. Tejaswi trying to fool him is also fun. When the episode of a Baba telling thi