Here is Mister telugu movie review:
Right from his debut, Varun Tej has been picking up different roles that has substance in it. The various genres in his filmography are proof and it further makes his resume impressive. “Mukunda”, “Kanche” and “Loafer” says it all. After “Loafer”, Varun took a while to decide on his next and finally collaborated with director Sreenu Vaitla. Although Vaitla’s last two films, “Bruce Lee” and “Aagadu” failed to meet the expectations at the Box Office, Varun went ahead surprising many conventional industry people.
During the promotions of “Mister,” Varun clarified this by stating that he had given his nod for “Mister” before the release of “Bruce Lee”. Yet, he said that he has no apprehensions working with a “big” director like Sreenu. While it’s crucial for Sreenu, it’s equally important for Varun. Without further delay, check out our verdict on the film.
Set in Spain, Chai (Varun Tej) is a happy-go-lucky guy who lives with his close-knit family. He meets Meera (Hebah Patel) in the airport lounge and falls for her instantly. She is in search of her uncle, KN Rao but she ends up staying in Chai’s house. When Chai learns about Meera’s love with Siddhu (Prince) in India, he convinces her to go back to India to win her love. However, the twist in the tale is Siddhu isn’t ready to marry Meera. Knowing this from Meera, Chai comes to India to solver her problem but gets into more issues.
Chai encounters Chandramukhi (Lavanya), a kid-at-heart girl who falls for him. As Chai is trying to bring both Siddhu and Meera together, a team of goons are after them. After a series of twists and turns, Chandramukhi is engaged to Chai as her father (Murali Sharma) finds a mole on Varun’s body that is compatible to her. Meanwhile, Meera falls for Chai and wants his love.
What’s the story? Who’re the goons? What are the problems that come in between? How Chai solves all the problems? Whom will he settle with?
Varun Tej is at his best as Chai. He’s at complete ease. Since he said this role is somewhat similar to his off-screen personality ( happy-go-lucky nature), looks like it was a cake walk for Varun. For the first-time, he tried comedy and he did well. Considering that it’s not easy to make people laugh, Varun has passed the test and proved his mettle.
Hebah is impressive. It’s her first non-bubbly role that she has done on screen and she did great. She revs up the glam quotient. Scenes involving Varun and Hebah in the first half are good. Lavanya is okay. She’s natural. Srinivas Reddy, Tejaswi and Raghu Babu’s comedy is hilarious. Spoofs are very good too.
Although, Sreenu Vaitla was not in great form with a series of flops, he did learn from his mistakes and corrected himself to give a beautiful film like “Mister”. Sreenu gets it right. His trademark comedy scenes embedded with family emotions make the movie more engaging.
While the first half is a light-hearted entertainer laced with romance and humour, the second-half relies on action, emotion and drama as it gets into the serious story. Gopi Mohan’s story, Sreedhar Seepana’s dialogues do come in handy, making “Mister” a good watch this Summer.
Varun Tej’s Performance
Raghu Babu Comedy
On the whole, “Mister” is a youthful family entertainer. It’s comes in like a breath of fresh air during Summer!