Mithai Movie Review: 2/5 | Young and talented comedians Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna are testing their luck as the lead actors

Mithai Movie Review: 2/5

Young and talented comedians Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna are testing their luck as the lead actors with a comic entertainer titled Mithai. The movie is directed by Prashant Kumar and Kamal Kamaraju, Ajay Ghosh, Gayatri Gupta played other crucial roles. The film produced by Prabhat Kumar released across the globe today. Here is the complete review of Mithai:

Story:

Venkat Sai (Rahul Ramakrishna) who is a software professional dreams of getting married. Things change completely after he loses his job. Things turn worse after his house gets robbed. He then asks his friend Jani (Priyadarshi) for help to trace the culprit. The duo starts their search for the culprit and they face several challenges in this process. The rest of Mithai is all about the challenges and what happens next. Watch the film to know about what happens next.

Positives:

Sai's opening episodes

Sai and Jani's friendship episodes

Performances

Negatives:

Story, screenplay and direction

Pathetic writing and narration

Irritating Subplots 

Horrible second half

Performances:

Rahul Ramakrishna looks super apt as Sai and he delivers his best in the role. His comic timing has been top class and some of the episodes are well elevated with his performance. Priyadarshi too takes some of the episodes to the next level with his performance. All the other actors are just ok with their roles and performances.

Mithai has nothing great on board right from the story, screenplay and narration. The music makes no sense and the background score sounded good at parts. The cinematography work is decent and the production values are adequate. The art work and editing have been good. Director Prashant Kumar fails completely in delivering a decent comic entertainer with Mithai. 

Verdict:

Mithai is a huge misfire because of the poorly penned and badly executed theme. Except some decent performances from Rahul Ramakrishna and Priyadarshi, the film offers nothing and it falls flat.

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