Starring: Taapsee Pannu, Harsh Roshan, Bhanu Prakshan, Jayateertha Molugu & Others
Director: Swaroop RSJ
Producers: Niranjan Reddy & Anvesh Reddy
Music Director: Mark K Robin
Cinematography : Deepak Yeragara
Editor: Raviteja Girijala
iQlik Movies Rating: 2.5/5
While the RRR fever is still continuing in the Telugu states, a small film has hit the screens today in order to impress the audiences. It is Mishan Impossible, which is directed by Swaroop RSJ of Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya fame. Taapsee played a key role in it. Here is the review of the film.
Sailaja (Taapsee) is a journalist who is working undercover to expose the child trafficking mafia done by the criminal Ram Shetty. As he is a big wig, things don't happen smoothly for Sailaja.
On the flip side, Raghupati, Raghav and Rajaram are three kids who are best friends and dream of going to Mumbai. They want to catch Dawood Ibrahim and earn money.
It has been a long time since we saw Taapsee on the big screen. Though her screen space is small, Taapsee's character has a big weightage in the movie. Her performance lives up to the expectations and she stands out.
The three kids, Harsh Roshan, Bhanu Prakash and Jayateertha Molugu are the main leads of the movie. All three kids have equal screen time and they have impressed with their acting skills. Rest others like Hareesh Peradi, Ravindra Vijay, Suhas and Sandeep Raaj have done their bits well.
Just like his first film, director Swaroop RSJ chose an investigative story laced up with humour for this movie as well. But unlike Athreya, he was successful in his writing and direction only in parts for this movie.
Music by Mark K Robin is decent. His background score stands out. Deepak Yeragara's cinematography is good. Though it is a small-budget film, the production values are great. Editing by Raviteja Girijala is decent as well.
Swaroop tried to do a crime comedy once again and this time, by keeping kids as the main leads. Whenever there are kids as the leads, we expect innocent and silly comedy. That comedy works well in the first half. But things take a serious turn in the second half. Here, the silly comedy falls flat and looks forced. As a result, the second half becomes a big yawn for the audience.
On the whole, Mishan Impossible is just a time-pass flick with a lot of loopholes and boring second half. After an impressive debut with Athreya, Swaroop came up with a middling affair with Mishan Impossible.
Kids' comedy in the first half
Taapsee and kids' performances
Boring second half
Screenplay filled with loopholes
One Line Verdict: Mishan Failed
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