Majjige Huli Movie Review: A bland and tasteless offering
This adult comedy, made on a low budget, suffers from poor quality, right from the story to the performances and is filled with disjointed scenes.
When a film is titled Majjige Huli (a popular curd-based recipe), you expect a story with ingredients that ensure a good taste. The film’s basic plot — the importance of the first night after marriage for a couple — is well explained in the short opening and closing voice-overs lent by director Yogaraj Bhat. However, director Ravindra Kotaki’s story structure is all over the place, and never quite explores this focal point and the potential fun that lurks behind the idea.
Director: Ravindra Kotaki
Cast: Dikkshit, Roopika, Suchendra Prasad, Ramesh Bhat
Majjige Huli is mostly shot in a bedroom of a posh hotel in Goa and revolves around the newly-wedded couple, Karthik and Vaishali. They wait to begin their first night at a particular time ascribed by the boy’s grandmother. The couple, who are trying to settle themselves, are often disturbed by visitors — the room service boy, a drunkard, an Ayurvedic doctor, and a team of enthusiastic filmmakers.
Whether the husband and wife get to consummate their marriage on their first intimate meeting or not, is shown through a series of situations, that ends in an absurd climax.
This adult comedy, made on a low budget, suffers from poor quality, right from the story to the performances and is filled with disjointed scenes. The film is bad in every department and it’s hard to pick anything good to say about it.
Even the host of characters don’t keep the audience engaged. Majjige Huli is so bland and tasteless that you don’t even want to gulp it down.