Reviews for Eega
Following to the stupendous success of its Telugu version Eega, renowned filmmaker who took imaginative and creative cinema to new heights released the Hindi dubbed version of his cinematic marvel titled Makkhi. Although except from a few name changes...
It surely is Eega’s film all the way, as it dances, indulges in cute antics and intimidating postures with its thin arms to convey its feelings without uttering a word.
We’re in the sort of fictional world where laws and police don’t matter. The villain can get away with murder. He can bed any woman he wants, and kill whoever he wishes to. He’s a top construction builder after all.
It's absurd. It's amazing. Makkhi is unlike any entertainer you have seen lately. What boggles you is the fact that it is a special film despite sticking to every textbook rule that has ever defined hackneyed commercial cinema.
The first bit of Naan Ee is corny and purposefully silly. It heads in just the direction you're expecting it to go. The presentation is refined through all of this, so you sit tight and wait for something to happen. Naani, the young-at-heart hero...