Movie Review: Thipparaa Meesam
Director: Vijay Krishna
Music Director: Suresh Bobbili
Starring: Sree Vishnu, Ravi Prakash, Nikki Tamboli and Sreekanth
Release Date: 8th November 2019
Thipparaa Meesam Movie Review: After kicking-off 2019 with the highly-successful Brochevarevarura, Sree Vishnu has come up with intense action-drama Thipparaa Meesam. The movie is directed by Vijay Krishna of Asura Fame, has hit the theaters today on 8th November 2019.
Story: Mani Shankar (Sree Vishnu), who is DJ by profession, shares an uncomfortable relationship with his mother Lalita (Rohini). Apart from drugs, money is also a very important thing in his life. He participates in illegal games to earn the money. One day he asks Rs 40 lakhs from her mother and when her mother refuses to give him, he files a case on her. What happens next? Why does he hate his mother? Will Mani win the case? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Thipparaa Meesam on the silver screen.
· Sree Vishnu
· Sentimental scenes
· Underwater & Forest episode
Performance: Sree Vishnu delivered terrific performance. He is one of the major assets of this film. His character in Thipparaa Meesam is weird and Sree Vishnu pulled it off with ease. Rohini too does well in the screen time she has. She speaks a lot through her eyes. Nikki also does a decent job with her character that doesn’t give her much scope to perform. The rest of the cast performs accordingly.
Technical: The storyline of Thipparaa Meesam is fresh and interesting but the execution is not impressive. The Background score is noteworthy. Cinematography by Thipparaa Meesam is superb and the movie has some fantastic visuals. The movie needs serious editing. A simple two-hour story has been dragged for no reason. One of the major drawbacks of the film is its run time. The art department has done a superb job. The production values are good. Screenplay lost its flow and it has few jerks.
Analysis: Underwater and forest episodes are mind-blowing. With this film Thipparaa Meesam, Sree Vishnu has proved that he is the finest actor. The Cinematography, BGM and sound effects are technically great. On the flip side, the movie moves at a very slow pace and feels a bit lengthy.