Ravi Teja is back to big-screens with Mirapakaya today. The crazy star is best in portraying the typical mass characters and Mirapakaya too, showcases Ravi Teja in a mass role. The crazy Star was seen romancing two glamour dolls Richa Gangopadhyay and Deeksha Seth in the movie. Here is the Mirapakaya review.
Rishi(RaviTeja) an intelligence bureau inspector ordered by his senior official(Naga Babu) goes to Hyderabad from delhi as part of an intelligence mission, and establish himself as a lecture in a college headed by Shankar Anna(Kota Srinivasa Rao) an associate who work for Kittu Bhai(Prakash Raj) a mafia don and a most wanted by Intelligence bureau. You got to watch on the silver screen, how Rishi works to catch hold Kittu Bhai and how he finds his love interest in the process.
Ravi Teja’s strength is his impulsiveness in action (behavioral action without any drama) and exceptional dialogue delivery with a tinge of accent, Ravi Teja displays an unparalleled command over each and every aspect of his authoritative presence on the screen. Be it Comedy or dances or fights, he excels exuberantly and how! His body language is marvelous and suits the character.
Richa: She is cute and suited the role; she is pretty hot in Gadithalupulu song, she is a treat to watch. The characterization of the heroine should have been bubblier. But the director had chosen her character to be a traditional girl with subdued emotions.
Deeksha: Deeksha is charismatic in looks department and is adequate in histrionics aspect. Her role is limited in this film.
Brahmaji’s character as a senior to RaviTeja is entertaining. Prakash Raj doesn’t have much footage, Kota Srinivasa Rao is remarkable as the Shankar Anna, but we can not find anything new in Prakash Raj and Kota characterization as we saw him in similar roles may times earlier. Naga Babu, Chandra Mohan, Sunil, Supreet, Ajay are satisfactory.
Preferring a director whose only film ‘Shock’ is a debacle seems to be rather a risky decision. But, the director Harish Shankar does a decent job in this film. By keeping the image and body language of Ravi Teja in mind, he narrated the entire film in lighter vein mode, He has good flair for conceiving comedy scenes. The story is a routine and predictable one. Screenplay is shabby in the second half.
Music: Background music by Thaman is Ok. Songs are also good. Two songs Gadithalupula and Dhinakku Dhin songs are good on screen.
Other Departments: Cinematography C Ram Prasad is impressive. Artwork by Brahma Kadali is good. Editing by Goutham Raju is adequate. Stunts by Ram-Laxman are good in patches. Production values of Yellow Flowers are of good standards.
Ravi Teja is the only aspect to watch Mirapakaay, It doesn’t offer anything new, a simple Police catching thief, How? Is the story. Mirapakaay have lots of action mixed comedy as we find in all recent movies of Ravi Teja. Watch it for Ravi Teja.