Keerthy Suresh Starring Miss India (2020) now on Netflix.
Cast: Keerthy Suresh, Nadia Moidu,
Jagapathi Babu, Rajendra Prasad,
Naveen Chandra, Pujita Ponnada,
V.K. Naresh, Kamal Kamaraju.
Director: Narendra Nath.
Language: Tamil, Telugu.
Cinematography: Dani Sanchez-Lopez,
Music Director: S. Thaman.
Release date: 4 November 2020.
Running time: 2hrs 16mins.
What’s there in this film?.
Miss India (2020), The film has been released on Netflix after much anticipation and I even mentioned about the expectations of this film in the last post.
The one-line story is, the protagonist is the last daughter born into a middle-class family, a well-educated woman who aspires to pursue a business from an early age, but her family forces her to look for an average job, Then the story is whether or not she wins her dream after this
The big plus of the film is Keerthy Suresh, and that’s something we know. The film team raised our expectations very much about Keerthy Suresh’s stylish look. my opinion about this is, yes Keerthi Suresh’s appearance in this film was different from her previous films, but her acting was seen with a bit of a slump.
Jagapathi Babu appears as the villain in the film and although that villain characterisation doesn’t suit him because of their poor execution, he tries to fix it until the last.
Apart from them in the film, there are a lot more good actors, mainly Nadia Moidu, Naveen Chandra and V.K. Naresh, a limited role with average performance.
The second half was a little better than the first half because the entire first half went on about the love and family struggles of the heroine, the film heats up from the second half, but not as much as you might think.
The songs were average and the cinematography was a little better.there is nothing more to say than this in the film.
What’s not there in this film?.
I was very excited about the film because of Keerthy Suresh’s solo performance, but not even a quarter of my expectations were met by this film.
As their screenplay went linear, the film was predictably boring throughout.A lot of unnecessary melodrama scenes in the film also slowed down the film.
The characterization execution in this film was also bad and cringe one, mainly that villain role by Jagapathi Babu,they just wasted Jagapathi Babu’s performance by their poor execution of characters. Because of this, the villain character seemed weak from the beginning.
The thing they convey in the film is not so captivating, not even a single scene in the film is realistic, though you may not believe it, this is the truth.
Although the first half of the film goes in different directions called love and tragedy, none of it captivates your mind, a lot of advice that is not needed in the film, melodrama scenes made the film even more exhausting.
Despite the tea vs coffee war throughout the film, we need tea to watch the film without falling asleep, in which Keerthi Suresh wins.
I’m going to give this tittle by bad performance and characterisation wise.
It may fits Jagapathi Babu, because of his poor villain role and cringe performance.
The heroine wants to do business from an early age, but due to her family situation, after finishing studies, she goes to an average job. Although she does not like it, she does the job well.but due to some frustration there, she leaves the job.
She also leaves her house as her family scolds her for leaving that job. In such a difficult situation, it seems like a good idea for the heroine to start a business.
The heroine tends to make Indian tea accustomed to American who accustomed only to coffee as a refreshment drink.because of this the angry coffee company owners are trying to overthrow the heroine company.
Then the story is about how the heroine escapes from their obstacles.
The story seems to be okayish but still needs good execution in all aspects, that’s my thought.
If you want to watch this film, please order a cup of tea before the movie starts and then it will help.
Overall rating of Miss India (2020):
2.75/5 – Lots to enhance (by Movie Laundry).
Overall Pros and Cons:
Keerthy Suresh but not much.
Fast-moving second half but still cringe.
Linear Predictable boring storytelling made me sleep.