|Mangathaayaru Tifin Centre Telugu Movie Review|
Mangathaayaru Tifin Centre is a Telugu film, starring Mumaith Khan, Ali, Shafi, Bharat, Surya and others, directed by Venkey. Produced by Paidibabu and music composed by MM. Srilekha. This film released on Feb 29 2008.
Mangatayaru (Mumaith Khan) shifts to Peraram village to start Mangatayaru Tiffin Center. She also helps a needy family in that village. Meanwhile, a gang of seven try to bed her individually. Mangatayaru understands their motivation, but try to act as if she is not aware of their intentions. The rest of the story is all about why she came to Peraram and why she is helping the needy family.
Mumaith Khan is mediocre as Mangatayaru. Her dubbing voice is not good. Shafi is alright. But there is no depth in his characterization. Jeeva, Surya, Suman Setty, Lakshmipati are adequate. Sudha is too melodramatic as ‘cinema kastala talli’. Ali is an item boy in this film.
Story - Screenplay - Direction
Story of the film is very similar too that of Bala Krishna’s blockbuster Samara Simha Reddy. The only difference is that Samarasimha Reddy was a well made film and this film is a badly made film. Since there are seven guys who want to lure heroine, the director had to show each episode and every attempt seven times with seven guys and its boring. Making a school going kid ogle at heroine is also in the bad taste. Screenplay of the film is bad. Since the script is badly written, the director has nothing to do in the film.
Dance and Music
Music by MM Srilekha is average and she used many old tunes to compose new songs. Dialogues by Vegnesa Satish are average. Cinematography is OK. There is not much to tell about other technical departments.
First half of the film is slow. Second half is not up to the mark. The flashback episode is ineffective. This film suffers from bad writing. Looks like ‘Manga Tayaru Tiffin Center’ is made only to exploit the craze Mumaith Khan has without working hard for the right script. On a whole, Mangatayaru Tiffin Center is a huge let down, even for the desperate fans of Mumaith Khan.