Geethanjali Malli Vachindi Review: Dull  boring Comedy

Shiva Turlapati is directing Geethanjali Malli Vachindi. Although he has a compelling basic concept, he falls short of providing an intriguing script that would make the film captivating and enjoyable to watch.

An intriguing murder scenario at a software company opens the film, but from there on out, each scene is a standard, overdone comic routine that continues until the pre-interval point. 

Although the concept of letting a film director into a haunted mansion for a scene is intriguing, the lighthearted scripting is unsatisfactory. Most of the jokes and talks within the comedy group don’t feel particularly original.

The reveal of a mystery doll, Sangeeth Mahal’s past, the ghost aspect, and the twist at the intermission, however, sustain optimism that the second half would surpass expectations.

The second half begins by revealing more about the revenge angle. One would expect the film to either elevate the thrills to the next level or enhance the humor, or a mix of both. However, what we get is templated and routine comedy scenes one after another. Surprisingly, the title character played by Anjali lacks a single memorable or impactful scene in the entire film, such is the state of the writing.

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