Mister movie Review – 3/5

Cast Varun Tej, Hebah Patel, Lavanya Tripathi

Director: Srinu Vaitla

Producer: Nallamalupu Bujji, Tagore Madhu

Music: Mickey J Meyer


Director Sreenu Vaitla, who has been facing a rough phase in his career, has wielded the megaphone for action entertainer Mister in which Varun Tej, Hebah Patel, and Lavanya Tripathi played lead roles. Today, the film has been released; let’s see whether it has enough stuff to reach the expectations.


Chai (Varun) leads a happy life in Spain. He happens to meet Meera ( Hebah Patel) and falls in love. But she loves another guy and leaves for India to get married to him. At all sudden, she calls Chai and requests him to save her from the troubles.

He comes to India and will get immersed in Chandramukhi (Lavanya) and her family. Why does he do so? What is the problem and how does he save Meera forms the crux of the story.


Varun Tej fits the bill and his involvement in the character is amazing and showcased his action skills up to the mark. Habah is hot while Lavanya is cute, homely and impressive. When it comes to comedy episodes by Srinivasa Reddy and Raghu Babu are good enough and evokes nice fun for audiences.


Director Sreenu Vaitla has chosen the script which has derailed once again. However, he has managed to impressive with his directorial skills but could not help as it has no required substance in many aspects to reach the expectations of audiences. The first half is very smooth and the story moves with comedy. But, second half failed to convey the right message. Many unnecessary characters will enter into the story and play spoilsport the main theme. Especially, the climax is so disappointing and could not do justice.



Sreenu Vaitla has picked a half-baked script with too many characters. Especially, his vintage comedy style is tedious and boring on the big screen. Although the film looks rich with its quality production values, nothing could help to elevate the movie. Editing should have been sharp. The cinematography is decent and he captured the beauty of Europe well. Dialogues are average and direction is okay. Music is neat but should have taken more care for the background score.

Final Say:

Overall, Mister is a just average flick with Vaitla Sreenu style of comedy. Mister is a routine comedy and action thriller.