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Thippara Meesam Movie Review

Starring : Sree Vishnu, Nikki Tamboli, Sreekanth, Rohini
Director : Krishna Vijay
Producers : Rizwan
Music Director : Suresh Bobblli
Rating: 2.5/5

Actor Sree Vishnu is back with yet another different film, titled Thippara Meesam. Directed by Asura fame Krishna Vijay, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s check how it goes.

Story :
Mani(Sree Vishnu) is a DJ by profession who hates his mother(Rohini). Whenever he gets into trouble, he demands money from her. At a point, things become so serious that he demands 40 lakhs from her. When she fails to pay him the amount, he files a case on her. Why is Mani hating his mother? Will he win his case? and how will he solve his problems? That forms the rest of the story.

Sri Vishnu is good in a role that has to show varied emotions. He is particularly good in the scene where he runs on the roads half-naked in the influence of drugs. He has shown very good maturity in giving the best performance in emotional sequences. Nikki Tamboli has a little role to play and she is just alright. Rohini is very good as the mother of Sri Vishnu. Benarjee gets a meaty role after a long time. Naveen Neni's comedy dialogues were fun in few instances.

Plus Points:
Last ten minutes of the film

Cinematography and Music

Minus Points:
No story

Lack of strong conflict point

Technical Aspects :
The film needs serious editing for over half an hour and mainly in the first half things needs to be cropped. The camerawork is pretty good. Dialogues are decent and so was the production design which showcases the night effect well. Production values are decent.

Coming to the director Vijay, he had a decent story as a son filing a case on mom and why all this happens is shown well in the end. But to go through this, he has made the film wayward, lengthy, and off track in many areas. If he would have directed the film with a straight tone, things would have been a lot better.

Verdict :
On the whole, Thippara Meesam has a decent premise but the execution is wayward. Watch this film with an open mind and be prepared for what is going to come in as things get unveiled at a very slow and dull manner.

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