May 27, 2024
Ma Oori Polimera 2

Date of Release: November 3, 2023

With Satyam Rajesh, Kamakshi Bhaskarla, Getup Srinu, Baladitya, Ravi Varma, Rakendu Mouli, and Sahiti Dasari in the lead roles

Dr. Anil Vishwanath, the director

Producer: Kriesna Gowr

Director of Music: Gyaani

Cinematographers: Ramesh Kushedar

Editor: Vara Sree

Rating: 4/5

The director is now presenting Ma Oori Polimera 2, the sequel, on the big screen after the huge success of the first film, which was initially published on OTT. There are high expectations for this picture. Check out our review to see if the movie comes up to the expectations.


Jangaiah (Baladitya) goes out to find his lost brother Komuraiah (Satyam Rajesh). Meanwhile, the new Special Inspector Ravindra Naik (Rakendu Mouli) arrives in Jasthipalli to look into the unexplained deaths in the area. Concurrently, a party from the archeology department expresses interest in visiting a closed rural temple. Where in Komuraiah is? What secrets are kept within this temple? Could Jangaiah find his brother somewhere? Does Komuraiah have any connection to the temple? The movie will reveal the solutions to these riddles.

Extra Credits:

What’s interesting is how well director Anil Vishwanath develops the story, highlighting the interpersonal interactions between the characters. He makes strong connections between ideas.

It’s great how Satyam Rajesh played Komuraiah. Despite being mostly silent and relying on his facial expressions, he manages to deliver a passable performance.

Sri Kamakshi Bhaskarla plays a pivotal role in the film that comes to life in the second hour. Her performance is direct and subtle. Getup Srinu, Rakendu Mouli, and the other performers do their best to maintain the audience’s interest.

The abundance of unexpected turns and surprises in the second half keeps the audience enthralled. The soundtrack also significantly improves the film.

Negative Points:

In the second section, the director touches on the mystery surrounding the temple, although he doesn’t go into great detail. It would have been such if the story about the mysterious temple had been more engaging. Instead, the director focuses mostly on drawing connections between past events and present-day happenings.

Although the story is good, a stronger first half of the screenplay could have improved the movie’s appeal.

Technical Aspects:

Not all of the secrets are resolved in this sequel because the director wants this to be a franchise. While the intention is commendable, the audience’s attention must be maintained with an engrossing story and seductive writing.

Gyaani does a great job with the music, giving both halves’ parts more energy. The sequence in the temple where the protagonist is surrounded by snakes is very remarkable.

The cinematography plays a major role in this kind of filmmaking. Unfortunately, Kushedar Ramesh Reddy’s work does not live up to the hype. The recurring memories may eventually cause the viewer to feel alienated. Outstanding production values are present.


Overall, Ma Oori Polimera 2 offers satisfactory thrills. Highlights include Satyam Rajesh’s performance, the spins in the second half, and the impressive score. The first half’s shortcomings are its slow pacing, its overuse of flashbacks, and its overabundance of scary scenes. If you’ve seen Ma Oori Polimera 1, you might find this sequel more interesting. Fans of suspense movies should watch this one this weekend.

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