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Mishan Impossible (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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Mishan Impossible Movie Details

Mishan Impossible is a 2022 Indian Telugu-language comedy thriller film written and directed by Swaroop RSJ of Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya fame. It stars Taapsee Pannu in the lead role. The film is a fictional retelling of a true incident that took place in 2014 in Patna.[additional citation(s) needed] Three school kids wanted to get rich quick by turning Dawood over to the authorities. The film was released on 1 April 2022.

Mishan Impossible Movie Release Date

The film was released worldwide on 1 April 2022.

Mishan Impossible Movie OTT Release Date

Theatrical Release Date: April 1st, 2022

Digital Rights: TBA

OTT Release Date: June 2022

Mishan Impossible Movie Cast

  • Taapsee Pannu as Shailaja
  • Harsh Roshan as Raghupathi
  • Bhannu Prakshan as Raghava
  • Jayateertha Molugu as Rajaram
  • Ravindra Vijay as Vikram
  • Hareesh Peradi as Ram Shetty
  • Viva Harsha
  • Rishab Shetty as Khaleel (cameo)
  • Suhas as Gilaani
  • Sandeep Raj as Farooq
  • Satyam Rajesh
  • Harsha Vardhan
  • Madhusudhan Rao

Mishan Impossible Movie Review

When Swaroop RSJ made his directorial debut with Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya in 2019, moviegoers were blown away. What’s not to appreciate about an indie film that reintroduced Naveen Polishetty to the Telugu public, is also humorous, and is backed by a social purpose that few people discuss? It’s only natural to demand perfection when something like Mishan Impossible, starring Taapsee Pannu, is revealed in 2022. Instead, Swaroop provides a jumbled mess of a film that ebbs and flows.

Raghupathi (Harsh Roshan), Raghava (Bhanuprakash), and Rajaram (Jayateertha) are three bored Chittoor children. Instead of being engaged in schoolwork, their goal is to find a more straightforward approach to become famous someday. Raghupathi adores Ram Gopal Varma and aspires to be a filmmaker. Raghava is excited to take part in Meelo Evaro Koteeswarudu, convinced that his general knowledge (or lack thereof) will get him the Rs 1 Cr prize. Rajaram’s bowling assists batsmen in hitting sixes, but he believes that in the near future he will be known as India’s fastest bowler. Raghupathi devises the most ridiculous plot to flee to Bombay and arrest Dawood, and the other two, predictably, follow. What happens to them instead is a different tale.

Shailaja (Taapsee Pannu) is an investigative reporter who who works as a vigilante/activist to prevent child trafficking. Vikram (Ravindra Vijay) assists her in her quest because of a painful past. While we’re told Shailaja has been successful in bringing down traffickers twice previously, the method she devises makes you doubt if she’ll be lucky a third time, because smarts clearly had nothing to do with it. The more Raghupathi, Raghava, and Rajaram move out into the world, the more grownups who should know better appear to exploit their youth. And, regardless of how the film portrays it, Shailaja is no different. Her most recent prey is ‘businessman’ Ram Shetty (Hareesh Peradi), and she would go to any length to stop him.

Mishan Impossible gets off to a good start, with these three kids bursting with the last vestiges of innocence just before puberty. Raghupathi believes a photograph of Dawood was RGV, and neither spelling nor geography are the trio’s strong suits. It’s just their unwavering confidence that keeps them going. The film, like Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya, becomes darker and sillier as it progresses. On the one hand, there are moments featuring children in danger that will make you angry, and then there are storyline parts that are unintentionally funny and demand you to suspend disbelief a little too much. Crime comedy is a genre that Tollywood is steadily embracing, but Mishan Impossible doesn’t offer anything to the already existing template or strive to do what it already does better.

Roshan, Bhanuprakash, and Jayateertha are the only ones who make you sit through it all, and it also makes you believe that these youngsters deserved better. They give excellent performances, carrying the film on their shoulders. Taapsee and Ravindra don’t really get a chance to shine, and Hareesh just gets one scene in which he oozes wickedness. However, the undertone of these youngsters in danger is constantly challenged by Mark K Robin’s loud, overbearing BGM, which is fantastic but doesn’t allow you to fully immerse yourself in what’s happening on-screen. The film’s treatment is also unusual, because the pitch makes it appear to be a more realistic film, but the conclusion places it in the commercial category, where anything goes. A few too many cinematic liberties are taken, which you wouldn’t mind given a compelling story.

On paper, Mishan Impossible has all the makings of a criminal comedy that will leave you in splits but also move you. Swaroop, on the other hand, only manages to do it in bits and pieces. If you’re looking for something lighthearted to see this weekend, watch it without expectations.

Mishan Impossible (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Mishan Impossible (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating


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