Miss India Movie Review & Rating

Miss India Movie Review: Miss India is one of the much-awaited movies which finally got a direct digital release today. Directed by Narendra Nath, Keerthy Suresh played the female lead in the movie. Jagapathi Babu, Rajendra Prasad, and Nadhiya played crucial roles in the film. Being bankrolled by Mahesh S Koneru under East Coast Productions, the film marked Keerthy Suresh's 20th film. The film was planned to get released on 17 April 2020 but got postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and finally released on Netflix today. Here is the review of the film.


Manasa Samyuktha (Keerthy Suresh) always dreams about starting a business and becoming a businesswoman. Because of some personal reasons, she moves to the USA with her family. As her mother and brother oppose her to start a business, Samyuktha gets out of her house and start a Chai Business with the inspiration of her grandfather (Rajendra Prasad). Can a young girl like Samyuktha achieve her dreams? What kind of problems she faced in reaching her dream? How did she overcome them and succeeded in her career forms the rest of the story.


Keerthy Suresh is the show-stealer of the film. We can say that the actress carried the entire film on her shoulders and mesmerized the audience with her performance. Jagapathi Babu also got a meaty role and impressed the audience with his performance. Rajendra Prasad breathes life into his character. Nadhiya looked beautiful and impressive in her. Naveen Chandra, Kamal Kamaraju, and Naresh did their best in essaying the roles. Poojita Ponnada, Divya, etc also marked their presence in the film.

Technical Aspects:

Director Narendra Nath succeeded in engaging the audience from the start to the end. The director sure has impressed the audience with his pace of narration and taking of the story. The way the director handled the story and narrated is gripping in the second half. Despite having some few shortcomings like the slow first half, the director sure got a good response in terms of taking. Production values by Mahesh S Koneru under East Coast Productions are very high. Music by S. Thaman is top-notch and became one of the biggest plus points in the film. Dani Sanchez-Lopez and Sujith Vaassudev have produced some beautiful visuals for the film. Editing by Tammiraju is decent. The runtime is crisp.


The movie starts off in a decent way. The relationship between Keerthy Suresh and Rajendra Prasad is showcased in a beautiful way. The entire first half revolves around Keerthy Suresh's life in childhood, how she got the interest in starting a business, problems she faced in her family, career, etc. Though the story doesn't have any major twists, we can say that the film sure is impressive and catchy. There are some characters in the film which are absolutely unnecessary for the film which is a minus point in the film. Overall, 'Miss India' is a decent and inspiring story of a girl.