After the success of Brochevarevarura, hero Sree Vishnu is back with director Krishna Vijay of Asura to deliver Thippara meesam which was long delayed. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Thippara meesam review. The hero Sree Vishnu is shown as a hot tempered man who's often seen indulging in getting into a brawl, betting with friends and losing and vowing to win someday. What lead to his current state and his angry frame, how did he overcome his past and finally succeed is what Thippara meesam is all about.
Sree Vishnu is subtle and delivers underplay as always while Nikki Tamboli is nothing more than a glam doll who doesn't even emote remotely. None among the rest of the cast including Rohini, Ravi Prakash make an impact as they don't have anything to do in the pathetic screenplay.
Background score by Suresh Bobbili is loud and jarring and none of the songs appeal while cinematography by Sid is pathetic with shaky visuals at times. Dharmendra Kakarla's editing doesn't make sure the movie is gripping and it ends as an absolute torture.
After slightly showing promise with Asura, director Krishna Vijay is back with Thippara meesam with rising hero Sree Vishnu who had just scored a much needed hit with Brochevarevarura but has let him down totally with a poor story and weakest execution. There's no coherence in the screenplay and the dialogues are poor, and even lip sync seems to be an issue in places. With a dull first half and an even boring second half, the director struggles to proceed with this plot and finally ends as a yawnfest that tests the patience of audience.