Mishan Impossible starring Taapsee Pannu in the key role has created decent buzz among the moviegoers. Directed by Swaroop RSJ, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s analyse it.
The film opens with Shailaja (Taapsee Pannu) where she is seen provoking a kid to kill a politician. Later, the proceedings lead in the introduction of three kids Raghupati, Raghava, Rajaram. Being ambitious, the three kids decide to gain more money by catching India’s most wanted criminal Dawood Ibrahim. In the process, they land in Bengaluru and crosses paths with Shailaja’s team who is on a mission to track the child trafficking secrets in and around Bengaluru. How will Shailaja with the help of kids crack the crime case, forms the main crux of the film.
The three kids who did Raghupati, Raghava and Rajaram roles are amazing in their roles. Their screen presence and dialogue delivery adds life to the proceedings.
Taapsee Pannu is decent in her role as a social activist. Her acting in the crucial portions in the second half are executed nicely. Other actors such as Harsh Roshan, Bhanu Prakash are okay in their respective key roles.
Other artists who played the supporting roles did their part convincingly.
Director Swaroop RSJ’s idea of making a child trafficking crime thriller by interlinking the enter concept with kids is good but his presentation lacks proper detailing. Though the kids have their best, lack of solid treatment and abruptly designed Taapsee Pannu character comes as a minus for the film.
Music by Mark K Robin registers as his background score is a backbone for this thriller. Cinematography by Deepak Yeragara is good as he captured the mode of the film neatly. Editing by Raviteja Girijala is adequate.
Production values for this limited budget movie are okay.
- Three kids
- Background music
- Lacks proper detailing
- Dull presentation
In an overview, Mishan Impossible is a crime comedy thriller that addresses child trafficking issue. The three kids who played key role are fantastic but unwanted mess in the proceedings related to Taapsee’s character makes the film a below-average fare.
Telugubulletin.com Rating: 2.25/5