Madhuri Dixit’s Maja Ma Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Maja Ma Movie Review: These days, Madhuri Dixit is selective about the roles she accepts on television. She has a more prominent role on TV as a judge on dance competition series. She also played the lead character of Anamika Anand in the Netflix original series The Fame Game. The preview for her upcoming film, Maja Ma, was entertaining and entertaining. The movie may be seen on Amazon Prime Instant Video now. In order to determine whether or not this film is worth your time to watch on Amazon Prime, let’s get into a more in-depth analysis of it.

Maja Ma Movie Review


Pallavi Patel is a middle-aged, dedicated housewife who is known for her dancing and cooking. A rumor about Pallavi spreads the day before her son Tejas is engaged to a rich NRI girl, threatening to upend the family’s comfortable middle-class lifestyle. Pallavi has to field a lot of inquiries from curious onlookers concerning the rumor. It’s hard to fathom how Pallavi got everything in its place. What does Pallavi give up for her family? When did Pallavi’s loved ones find out about the rumors? Tejas, did he marry his sweetheart? …. By the film’s conclusion, you’ll have your questions addressed.

Cast & Crew

The cast of the film Maja Ma features Madhuri Dixit, Gajaraj Rao, Ritwik Bhowmik, Barkha Singh, Srishti Shrivastava, Rajit Kapur, Sheeba Chaddha, Ninad Kamat, and others. Anand Tiwari helmed the film, and Amritpal Singh Bindra was responsible for its production. It features original music by Souumil & Siddharth, Gourov Dasgupta, and Anurag Sharma, and cinematography by Debojeet Ray.

Movie Name Maja Ma
Director Anand Tiwari
Music Director Souumil & Siddharth, Gourov Dasgupta, Anurag Sharma
Producer Amritpal Singh Bindra
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Madhuri Dixit, Gajaraj Rao, Ritwik Bhowmik, Barkha Singh, Srishti Shrivastava, Rajit Kapur, Sheeba Chaddha, Ninad Kamat
Cinematography Debojeet Ray

Movie Verdict

Maja Ma takes its time, in the beginning, to introduce us to each of its characters and the environment they inhabit. The movie’s story is dated, but the approach and narration keep it watchable. The movie contains a few riveting sequences, but it also drags with a few overly dramatic ones that aren’t essential. There are a few amusing exchanges and events that occur naturally in the course of the plot that will make us chuckle, but the movie’s more emotional parts fall flat and leave us feeling bored with the overly dramatic scripting.

Madhuri Dixit looks as beautiful as ever, and she did a respectable job in the character of Pallavi. Gajaraj Rao steals the show with his charismatic on-screen presence, impeccable comic timing, and heartfelt acting. If the Hindi film business could cast him in more movies, it would be fantastic. Ritwik Bhowmik, who plays Madhuri’s kid, is handsome on film and gives a solid performance. As in this film, Srishti Shrivastava is the type of actress who can make any character real via the quality of her performance. All of the actors, from Ninad Kamat and Rajit Kapur to Barkha Singh and the rest, gave their parts justice.

In terms of design, Maja Ma succeeds. It’s highly likely that the music composed by Souumil & Siddharth, Gourov Dasgupta, or Anurag Sharma will get you bopping along to the rhythms. The film’s score fits the mood perfectly. Debojeet Ray did a wonderful job behind the camera, and the movie had many vibrant scenes. The quality of production is satisfactory.

Director Anand Tiwari aimed for ‘Maja Ma’ to be a clean, fun film for the whole family. While there were a few shining moments, the film as a whole suffers from dated production values and stale dialogue.

As a whole, Maja Ma is appropriate for all ages to enjoy during Navaratri.

Plus Points:

Gajaraj Rao


Few Comedy Scenes

Minus Points:

Emotional scenes

Old Writing


Rating: 2.75/5

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