Mister Movie Review
Banner: Lakshmi Narasimha Productions
Cast: Varun Tej, Lavanya Tripathi, Hebbah Patel, Satyam Rajesh, Nasser, Nithin Dar, Raghu Babu, Tejaswi and others
Story: Gopi Mohan
Music: Mickey J Meyer
Cinematography: K V Guhan
Editor: M R Varmaa
Art: A S Prakash
Action: Stun Siva
Producers: Tagore Madhu and Nallamalupu Bujji
Screenplay and directed by: Sreenu Vaitla
Release date: Apr 14, 2017
Chai (Varun Tej) lives with his parents in France. Due to some confusion, he receives a wrong girl at airport. The girl turns out to be Meera (Hebbah).
During her five-day stay in France, they roam all around the city and he stars loving her. Twist in the tale is that she actually is in love with Siddharth (Prince) in India.
Few days later, she calls Chai informing him that Siddharth is refusing to marry her and she has no option to end her life. Chai then heads to India.
On his way to Meera’s village, he meets Chandramukhi (Lavanya Tripathi), who belongs to a royal family.
Chai meets Meera at her home and comes to know that her brother has threatened Siddharth to leave his sister. Now all these guys are on the run to escape from one villain gang. Then two others gang also follow them leading to chaotic end.
- Foreign episode in the first half
- Beautiful cinematography
- Boring second half
- Predictable screenplay
- Bad music
- Too many gangs and characters
- Chaotic climax portion
Sreenu Vaitla makes the film look quite grand as the production values and the village set up look realistic. Camera work is very good as the Europe visuals and India set up have been showcased through some top aerial shots. Dialogues are witty in true Sreenu Vaitla style. Editing is pathetic as at least 15 minutes of the film could have been easily edited out. Varun Tej’s styling is unimpressive as he looks quite disoriented as an NRI.
Coming to the director Sreenu Vaitla, even after giving continuous flops, he has taken the story and execution part quite easy and made actors suffer in some horribly executed roles. Things become even tougher as the story gets aimless and goes into another zone without any meaning. The way Sreenu Vailta makes unnecessary characters enter at every juncture is the biggest drawback of the film. It is like watching different films in a single movie. Except for inducing some fun here and there, Sreenu Vaitla’s work is below average.
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