Love Mouli Review

  • Published Jun 07, 2024 | 7:59 PMUpdated Jun 07, 2024 | 7:59 PM
  • Published Jun 07, 2024 | 7:59 PMUpdated Jun 07, 2024 | 7:59 PM
Love Mouli Review


Renowned artist Mouli (Navdeep), a self-proclaimed loner, finds his world turned upside down when he paints Chitra (Pankhuri Gidwani), a woman who embodies his ideal partner in every way. Chitra comes to life in a twist of fate, setting the stage for a unique love story. Will she reciprocate Mouli’s love? What trials will Mouli face in his pursuit of love? The answers lie in the captivating narrative of the movie.


Navdeep’s portrayal of a character searching for true love in Love Mouli is a testament to his versatility and dedication. Pankhuri Gidwani’s performance in various roles stands out, leaving a lasting impression on the audience. Rana Daggubati’s surprise appearance adds a layer of intrigue, with his unrecognizable look adding to the movie’s appeal. Mirchi Hemanth, Bhavana Sagi, and the rest of the cast deliver their roles with skill and finesse.


The narrative of Love Mouli follows the transformative journey of a disillusioned young man who, after a series of disappointments, experiences a profound change when he unexpectedly falls in love under extraordinary circumstances. The director weaves this seemingly regular story with a fresh magical realism twist, making the film’s progression intriguing and engaging. Though the second half momentarily loses its pace, it regains its momentum and culminates in a satisfying climax.


The scenes in which the conversation about love or commitment occurs are good for the film. The director maintained the interest level in the portions towards the interval. Also, the pre-climax and Climax parts were effective without much dramatization.
The charming and vibrant locations featured in the movie are captivating and the music given by 96 fame Govind Vasanth also suited the narrative very well.


Though the film raises expectations with an exciting concept midway through the first half, some parts needed more substance to hold the audience’s attention, making them wonder about their importance. A more thoughtful selection and editing of scenes could have improved the flow of the story and kept everyone engaged. The scenes in which drone shots were used look amateurish , hampering the impact of the previous scenes.

Rating: 2.5/5

Last Line: Love Mouli – Not Everyone’s Cup of Tea