Love Mouli - Uneven but Brave

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Love Mouli

Movie: Love Mouli
Rating: 2.75/5
Cast:  Navadeep, Pankhuri Gidwani, Rana Daggubati, Mirchi Hemanth, Bhavana Sagi and others
Director: Avaneendra
Produced By: Nyra Creations, Srikara Studios
Release Date: 7th June 2024


Mouli (Navdeep) is a painter who despises forming emotional connections. Despite being a highly acclaimed artist, he lives life on his own terms. One day, he envisions having a girlfriend who would conform to his desires and paint accordingly. However, he is taken aback when the girl in his dream becomes a reality. Chitra (Pankhuri Gidwani) enters Mouli's life, yet he once again feels suffocated because of the following unexpected events that he encounters because of her. What is the root of Mouli's problem? Why is he unable to accept love? Does he eventually find solace? What fate befalls Chitra? Answers to all these questions can be known only after watching the film.


Navdeep's depiction of a character on a quest for genuine love in Love Mouli showcases his adaptability and commitment. Pankhuri Gidwani's execution of diverse roles is remarkable, making a significant impact on viewers. Rana Daggubati's unexpected cameo, with his transformed appearance, adds an element of mystery that enhances the film's allure. Mirchi Hemanth, Bhavana Sagi, and the entire ensemble exhibit their roles with expertise and sophistication.

What worked for the film:

The narrative takes an intriguing turn with the introduction of the fantasy element through the protagonist's character. Pankhuri Gidwani portrays three different personas of Chitra, each intricately connected to Mouli's journey. The comedy derived from Chitra's character in the latter half is the standout feature of the film. The core message of love and embracing others' love is depicted in a lovely manner. The breathtaking visuals and Govind Vasantha's music are a treat to listen to. The concluding half-hour is particularly poignant, showcasing Navdeep's character development effectively.

What did not work for the film:

Love Mouli's initial scenes depict Navdeep's solitary existence, focusing solely on his pursuit of physical closeness. These scenes do not offer any impact or intrigue, which adds to the boring feel. Some sequences in the movie required additional depth, and perhaps they could have left a stronger impression if the director had shown more attentiveness toward them. The repetitive scenes and dialogues regarding the painting exhibition and some unusual shots involving drone shots do not work well for the film.

Love Mouli Review and Verdict:

Love Mouli mixes a complicated idea with the regular plot. The film has effective scenes, including a climax, that works very well. However, it would have been a more delightful experience if the narrative had been more consistent. 

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