Mismatch Movie Review & Rating
Mismatch is the latest Telugu film that stars Uday Shankar and Tamil heroine Aishwarya Rajesh. Already, the film unit created enough buzz around the movie by making a remix of Pawan Kalyan's super hit song Ee Manase from the film Toli Prema. The film is directed by NV Nirmal Kumar. Under Adhiroh Creative Signs banner, G Srirama Raju, Bharath Ram produced the film. The theatrical trailer looked good and the movie hit the screens today. Check out the film's review here.
The film narrates a cure love tale of Siddhu (Uday Shankar) who falls for a wrestler (Aishwarya Rajesh). As their love grew, they decides to get married. At a certain point, the conflict arises when their families do not accept the match. Why did that happen? What is the conflict about? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Uday Shankar is undoubtedly a show-stealer for this film. The actor has delivered an honest performance which will impress the audience. Aishwarya Rajesh is truly an asset to this film. The actress went under the skin of the character and delivered her best performance. Pradeep Rawat's energetic performance added more strength for the film. Sanjay Swaroop's performance is too good. Master Adhiroh, Naga Mahesh and Ravulapati Venkata Ramarao also acted well. Sandhya Janak and Sharanya also justified their roles. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.
Director N V Nirmal Kumar has prepared an interesting storyline for the film. The director tried to present it in an even more interesting way, but only some scenes have worked out well. The director focussed more on commercial elements. His narration is too good, especially in the second half. Production values by G Srirama Raju and Bharath Ram are very high. The producers have invested decent amounts without compromising in terms of quality. Cinematographer Ganesh Chandrra has produced some bright visuals for the film. Music by Gifton Elias is good. Songs are catchy and BGM is refreshing. Dialogues by Rajendra Kumar and Madhu are impressive. Editing by SP Raja Sethupathi is clean and neat.
The film starts off on a positive and interesting note. The first 30 minutes of the movie itself will engage the audience. The entire first half is full of entertainment. The director has succeeded in designing two strong characterizations for the leads and establish the story in a short time. Performances and entertaining narration are the highlights. The interval twist is average. When compared to the first half, the second half is well narrated as most of the scenes are handled well and the emotional scenes are very relatable. We can say that the director has succeeded in targeting the young audience with this movie. Some scenes in the film are dull which is the minus point in the movie. On the whole, 'Mismatch' is a decent entertainer.NV Nirmal Kumar