Mister Telugu Movie ReviewFeature Film | UA | Comedy, Family
Chai (Varun Tej) lives in Spain along with his parents while his grandpa Pichaiah Naidu (Nassar) resides in a village near Andhra - Karnataka border. Meera (Hebah Patel) comes to Spain for a five days visit and also brings with her a problem. Chai goes to India to help her. In India, he meets another girl Chandramukhi (Lavanya Tripathi) who is in trouble herself. Rest of the story is all about how Chai helps them from their respective relatives' gangs and the twist is with whom he gets married.
Varun Tej is super cool in the film with good styling. But he is still uncomfortable in fights and dances. He is more at ease in emotional scenes than in comedy. Hebah Patel is glamorous in the role of Meera while Lavanya Tripathi is okay as a village belle. Comedians Srinivasa Reddy, 30 Years Industry Prudhvi, and Raghu Babu have done well. There are several villains who are okay.
The first half of the film is a typical Srinu Vaitla kind with entertaining scenes stuffed with his trademark satires, punches. There is a spoof of Oopiri as well which came up very well. But then, the movie gets complicated towards the interval as there are too many villains and uninteresting chases. The Chandramukhi track in the second half is totally weird and the movie graph starts sliding. Things go totally uninteresting without any excitement. Too many subplots created unnecessary confusion in the film and that ensured the second half is a big letdown.
Mickey J Meyer came up with some good tunes which worked on screen. The background score is disappointing. KV Guhan's camera work is very good and it is complimented by the good production values. Editing by MR Varma could have been better. A good 15 minutes portion of the film should have been chopped.
Mister ends up as an average fare with decent first half and disappointing second. It has good commercial ingredients but smeared at wrong places. It has to be seen if the Summer holidays will be able to help the movie at the box office.
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