Movie – Mister
Screenplay, Direction – Sreenu Vytla
PicchaiNaidu (Varun Tej) aka Chai, a guy who hates his grandfather with the same name (Nasser). The old man yearns for his love and decides to call him for Sankranthi. Parents of Chai, plan to send him by hook or crook. Chai meets Meera (Hebah Patel) at airport and takes her to his house. After knowing she came to meet some other person in Spain, he manages to trick her to stay with him. She likes his family and takes him as a friend but he falls in love with her. After getting a clarification about her being in love with Siddharth (Prince), Chai decides to help her love. In the process, he meets Chandramukhi (Lavanya Tripathi) and decides to help her in escaping from goons. Can Chai help Meera and Chandramukhi? You need to watch it on screen!
Music and BGM
Actually Entire Film!
Varun Tej tries something new with the movie but the body language doesn’t suit him at all. Well, his inconsistency in body shape is understandable due to leg injury. But his inconsistency in dialogue delivery and expressions cannot be explained under any circumstances. Well, he did try to imitate Pawan Kalyan in few scenes and then started doing something else. May be Srinu Vaitla couldn’t convey what he needed to the actor properly.
Technicalities:Cinematography by K.V. Guhan doesn’t help the movie. Rather you feel is this the work of such an accomplished camera person like him. Even good locale like Coorg was highly underutilized. Through his blurred vision we tend to feel boredom with over utilisation of old lighting schemes. Writers like Gopi Mohan, Sridhar Seepana fail to create an ambiance that is fresh and likeable. They use the same clichés and even in comedy try to use old jokes and depend heavily on spoofs.
Analysis: Srinu Vaitla who was expected make a comeback with a film like Mister, fails to do so. He tries hard to entertain using his usual traits like big family and many known actors in simple roles. One tends to feel Srinu cannot do a film that doesn’t look like his old movies anymore. With this film he confirms that he doesnt understand difference between novelty and parody. Well, we can only wish he knew how to make a new film rather than an old one that too uninteresting and too lengthy! All-in-all this Mister is more of a kid who didn’t grow into an adult.