Title – MMCH, Producers – Purushottam, Janakiram and M Aravind, Direction – Mussanje Mahesh, Music – V Sridhar Sambram, Cinematography – Nagesh V Acharya, Cast – Ragini Dwivedi, Meghana Raj, Prathama Prasad, Samyuktha Horanadu, Deepthi, Yuvaraj, Raghu Bhat, Suchindra Prasad, Padma Vasanthi and others.
It is ladies day out! Ragini Dwivedi excel as investigative cop and in action portions of this MMCH that has domination of four pretty girls in the second half.
The four heroines – Meghana Raj, Deepti, Samyuktha Horanadu and Prathama Prasad lambast in the court hall on a murder they are framed. The witness box with four girls hitting hard dialogues that even shock the judge is something more than the Saikumar dialogues in action films.
The questions raised by four girls are pertinent. On the last wish for them they demand a smiling Mahatma Gandhi photo on Rs.2000 currency note that is not in the jurisdiction of judiciary.
The first half of this film ‘MMCH’ is dominated by super cop Ragini. It is a thorough investigation and the output is what leads to second half – girls from Mangaluru, Mysuru, Chamarajanagara and Hassan – Megha, Mala, Chaya and Harshita (MMCH) are on rampage because of a murder that they are part of it.
Once the four are arrested in the end of first half, the second half opens up some curious elements and moves to court hall that stuns everyone for the questioned raised by MMCH.
Meghana Raj looks very sweet, Ragini Dwivedi is deadly in her role, Prathama Prasad, Samyuktha, Deepti have done justice to their roles. Raghu Bhat content with a few scenes with Meghana Raj, Yuvaraj as Deepti pair is the one who is murdered. Padma Vasanthi and Suchindra Prasad have given neat performance.
The two songs of Sridhar V Sambrama are on top gear, cinematography of Nagesh Acharya is major boost to the film. Every shot looks colorful and absorbing.
Director Mussanje Mahesh has moved on to a notable subject that is bothering the present generation in society.
MMCH – Mulajillade, Mechchi, Cinema Hoginodi!