Starring : Sree Vishnu, Ravi Prakash, Nikki Tamboli and Sreekanth
Director : Vijay Krishna
Producers : Rizwan
Music Director : Suresh Bobbili
Release Date : 08/11/2019
Thipparaa Meesam starring Sree Vishnu and Nikki Tamboli, directed by Vijay Krishna has hit the theaters day. Let’s see the story of Thipparaa Meesam.
Story: Mani(Sree Vishnu) who is a DJ, hates his mother(Rohini). He used to demands money from her. One day, he demands 40 lakhs from her mother and she becomes fail to play huge amount to her son. So Mani files a case on her. What happens next? What does Mani hates his mother? How does he come out from all his problems? forms the rest of the story.
· Sentimental scenes
· Under water episode
· Weird twists to Hero character
Performance: Sree Vishnu is the heart and soul of this film Thipparaa Meesam. The performances of Sree Vishnu and Rohini are the major assets. Sree Vishnu’ character is weird and he pulled it off with ease. His body language and facial expressions are up to the mark. Rohin is good, especially in emotional scenes. Nikki Tamboli does a good enough job with a character. The rest of the cast are just filler.
Technical: Background music by Suresh Bobbili blends in well with visuals and carries forward the emotion. Cinematography work is breath-taking. The visuals and frames the movie has are good to eye. The beautiful visuals captured by the camera, are mind-blowing. Editing is just ok. The dialogues are natural. The production design that showcases the night effect well. Coming to the work of director Vijay, he came up with a decent story of son and mother and executed it in boring way.
Analysis: Sree Vishnu poured life into the role, and pulls off the careless attitude with ease. The plus points of the film Thipparaa Meesam are the performances of Rohini and Sree Vishnu, and the BGM. The Director became fail to execute the movie. A good story is narrated in a dragged way.