Cast:Sree Vishnu, Nikki Tamboli
Release Dt :Nov, 08 2019
Thipparaa Meesam Story
Mani (Sree Vishnu) is a spoiled youngster who hails from a middle-class family. He gets addicted to drugs right from his schooling and shows no interest in his career. His mother (Rohini) struggles hard with his behavior and forcefully joins him in a rehabilitation centre. Lost with his mother, Mani gains hatred on his mother. During a cricket betting, Mani loses Rs 30 lakhs and with pressure mounting all over, he forges his mother's cheque which gets bounced. The rest of Thippara Meesam is all about the challenges and how Mani gets back to solve all of them. Watch Thippara Meesam to know about the entire story.
Thipparaa Meesam Analysis
The film opens about introducing the character of Mani. A rustic narration that loses pace as time progresses. The episodes of his struggling mother are narrated well. The rest of Thippara Meesam is just boring, predictable and badly written. The songs too make the film messier. Except for the performances of Sree Vishnu and Rohini, the first half of Thippara Meesam offers nothing and it looks poor, predictable. The audience wait for miracles to be done in the second half for the film to end up decent.
The second half of Thippara Meesam is a huge dud and it offers nothing except a boring ride. The major plot gets deviated and the writing is so poor that the audience will be left disappointed to the core. The songs, production values and other technical aspects too make no impact. The climax episodes are penned and presented well. Except the climax, the second half of Thippara Meesam is a boring feast. Sree Vishnu and Rohini once again have been decent with their performances.
Sree Vishnu who delivered some top-class performances in his career is back with Thippara Meesam and he delivers a decent knock. The actor was flawless as Mani and he is one of the highlights of the film. Rohini who essayed the role of his mother did a decent job and she excelled in the emotional episodes. Nikki Tamboli has nothing much as the female lead and she has been decent in the episodes she was present. All the other actors were fit enough and delivered decent in their roles.
Thippara Meesam has nothing much and interesting when it comes to plot. The screenplay and dialogues too lack interest because of the pale and sleazy stuff. The music and background score are quite disappointing. The cinematography work looks decent and the production values are quite poor. Thippara Meesam is made on a shoestring budget and the editing work is decent. Krishna Vijay who directed Asura disappoints the audience completely with Thippara Meesam.
Thipparaa Meesam Final Word
Sree Vishnu tops the show with his performance but the boring and uninteresting narration makes Thippara Meesam a huge disappointment.