Miss India Movie: Review
Netflix has come up with another Movie which is Miss India. Does it give you what was expected? Is it still entertaining and equally shocking? Read on Miss India Movie review to know.
Rating: 2.5 stars/5
Our overall rating is not an average of the sub scores below.
Manasa Samyukta (Keerthy Suresh) wants to establish a business of her own. When their middle-class family shifts from India to the USA, she joins an MBA college and hopes to establish a tea empire with the brand name ‘Miss India’ in the land of coffee.
In a country where everyone is addicted to coffee, will her dreams come true?
Miss India Movie Review:
The story is built around a core idea, where a female entrepreneur faces sexism and surpasses expectations and conservative mindsets to achieve her dreams. But with each layer that writers Nath and Tharun add to this brew, it just weakens everything that it wants to say.
Minus Points :
Let’s come straight to the point: Keerthy Suresh’s “Miss India” stands on a weak plot, the writing is utterly silly, and the direction is clumsy.
Many believe that drinking tea refreshes the mind, relieves headaches. But after watching ‘Miss India’, which is all about Keerthy Suresh establishing a chai empire in the western world, we suffer from headaches.
Oh Bhai, give us a garam chai! To come out of this stain, we definitely need to sip cups of tea.
As said earlier, the story on paper looks good but the execution of the film is below par. The writing is so weak that most of the actors do not have depth in their characters. The film lacks a basic conflict point. Even though the director sets up good scenes between Keerrhy Suresh and Jagapathi Babu, there is no major conflict between them to fight.
An ambitious woman going against all odds to achieve her dream of establishing a business empire sounds good on paper. But the new director has spoiled it with his immature direction, lame writing. In many places, the film gives the feel of a TV serial, especially the first 30 minutes.
Only Plus Point :
The confrontation scenes between Keerrhy Suresh and Jagapathi Babu have been handled well. The last half an hour of the film has some interesting scenes. Punitha Ponnada was good in her key role.
Naresh and Rajendra Prasad are efficient in their brief supporting roles. Keerthy Suresh and Naveen Chandra’s track have not much relevance in the story but looks decent. Thaman and his music are decent along with the BGM.