Mishan Impossible

“Mishan Impossible” is a fictional story written and directed by Swaroop RSJ, the director of “Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya.” He was inspired by a true incident that happened in 2014 in New Delhi. He made a crime comedy based on that incident. He got three children, Harsh Roshan, Bhanu Prakash and Jayateertha Molugu as the protagonists on board and Taapsee Pannu was picked for a main role in the film. The trailer was packed with perfect humour and fun filled elements. The film got released on and getting some positive reviews from everyone. Let us discuss how the film fares at box-office.


Sailaja (Taapsee Pannu), an investigative journalist who takes on child trafficking in the country is on a mission to expose an illegal event by a mafia. Three naughty village boys, Ragupati (Harsh Roshan), Raghava (Bhanu Prakash) and Rajaram (Jayateertha Molugu) aka RRR are on a mission to catch the underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and get him surrender to the Government so as to win the reward money in return. How Sailaja and the three boys cross paths and complete their missions together is the rest of the story.


The major assets of the movie is the performance of Taapsee Pannu and the kids. Swaroop RSJ’ directorial venture has all the entertainments including comedy and thrill. Director Swaroop RSJ needs to be applauded for choosing unique plot, based on true incidents. The plot itself looks very interesting and the characters created to serve the plot are just loving. Writing the character interest of the three boys as movie buff, reality show addict and cricket lover respectively is a great move and it helps in getting connected to the audience with ease. Also, the humour written in the first 30 minutes did provide huge laughs.

Finally, “Mishan Impossible” starts with a fun ride, takes you into the plot of thriller zone and keeps you engaged till the end of the film until the boys along with their mentor Taapsee get their missions completed


Taapsee Pannu who is always best at choosing her characters and scripts did the same this time too. The character Sailaja is perfectly set up for her and she delivered the best. Even Taapsee does not have a great screen time, she justified and performed extremely well in the given role. Infact, she is the major strength to the soul of the film. The three boys did a fabulous job. They performed at high standards with ease. They deserve all the applause for sure for understanding the characters beyond their age and delivering the best they could.


Though director took an interesting plot screenplay can be much better. Few illogical scenes and climax disappoints audience. Mark K Robin’s background score is very impressive. His music in the second half of the film is a great added advantage to the plot of the film. The production values look great. They are at their best even though the film’s script has very little scope for exposing the grand scale. The cinematography and editing are good.


Actors performances




Few illogical scenes


FINAL WORD : Mission completed