Naveen Polishetty and Anushka Shetty in ‘Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty

Naveen Polishetty and Anushka Shetty in ‘Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty

The makers of Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty may need determined to maintain it simple, stylish and play protected from the phrase go. The romance drama brings collectively two individuals with completely different outlooks on relationships, marriage and parenthood, laced with a lot of humour, a few of which is wise and a few of it simply primary. The lead actors — Naveen Polishetty with his impeccable comedian timing and Anushka Shetty who’s all poise — make the movie with a predictable story fairly gratifying. 

Anvita Shetty (Anushka Shetty) is a masterchef who strikes to Hyderabad from the UK after a flip of occasions. Everything round her is of restrained classiness, similar to the superbly plated dishes from her kitchen. To borrow from a stand-up comedy line that comes elsewhere within the movie, her world is just like the roasted aubergine delicately topped with spices as towards the greasy, spicy vankaya (brinjal) bajji that Sidhu Polishetty (Naveen Polishetty) is habituated to. 

Director Mahesh Babu’s story makes the 2 cross paths in a ‘what if’ state of affairs. She is shy of romance and marriage however desires to grow to be a mom to fill the void in her life. She is looking out for a sperm donor with likeable character traits. He is among the a number of guys we’d have seen round us — studied engineering, has a boring IT job and finds happiness in an artwork kind. In Sidhu’s case, it’s stand-up comedy.

Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty (Telugu)

Cast: Naveen Polishetty, Anushka Shetty, Murali Sharma, Tulasi

Direction: P. Mahesh Babu

Music: Radhan

Storyline: A stand-up comedian and a chef who’ve divergent views of marriage, parenthood and relationships cross paths.

Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty primarily focuses on Anvita, Sidhu and their contrasting concepts about relationships with a subplot that roots for stand-up comedy. Naveen Polishetty’s aptitude for humour is on full show and he makes even among the weakly-written segments appear fun. The movie perks up after his entry and the humorous traces hold coming at common intervals, when he’s speaking to his mother and father (Murali Sharma and Tulasi), his colleagues or to Anvita. Some jokes appear to have been rehashed from stand-up comedian occasions however he makes them work.

Once the 2 characters are established, we all know the trajectory of the story. The makers stick with the tried and examined template of miscommunication, confusion and backbone. The sheer predictability is a letdown and added to that, the dearth of emotional depth. For occasion, whereas the explanation for Anvita shying away from relationships is spelt out, we by no means actually perceive its gravity. The age hole between the 2 leads can be explored at a superfluous stage. Why the age hole is critical or what distinction would it not have made had she not been older than him, is rarely actually explored. All this retains us from rooting for his or her characters. 

Before the ultimate portion explores love and longing, a lot of double entendre is deployed within the identify of fun. The closing stretch redeems the dearth of emotional depth within the earlier parts to an extent. Naveen Polishetty shifts gears with ease when he derives humour from the pathos of his character. Anushka stays all poise and style with a restrained portrayal. 

Appreciably, the characters performed by Murali Sharma and Tulasi are non-melodramatic and keep away from the cliche of how mother and father with a conventional mindset may react to an unlikely romance. 

Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty has its fun moments however provides nothing extra.

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