Cast& Crew: Ravi Teja, Richa, Deeksha Seth, Prakash Raj, Sunil, Brahmaji, Nagababu, Supreeth, Chandramohan, Kota, Sudha, Ajay and others
Music: Taman S S
Cinematography: C Ram Prasad
Editing: Gautham Raju
Action: Ram – Laxman
Produced by: Ramesh Puppala
Story, dialogues and directed by: Harish Shankar S
Release date: Jan 13, 2010
Watched Theater :Bala Bhaskar, Guntur.
Rating: 2.5 / 5
Raviteja New Telugu Film Mirapakay Movie Review :
well Mirapakay seems to be not worked so far that Big For Raviteja in New Year. even though two Hotties Richa and Sraddha glamour cant favored To This Film.
when Coming In to Story.But Ravi Brand Mark comedy gives some positive results to this Film.Story:Rishi works as a police officer in Intelligence Bureau in New Delhi. He is hot-blooded when dealing with anti-social elements and that earns him the name – Mirapakay. He is also romantic at heart when he’s not on duty. His immediate Boss (Nagababu) sends him off to Hyderabad on a mission to join in a college as lecturer and lie down few days there. In Hyderabad, he falls in love with a traditional looking girl Vinamra (Richa) who happens to be student in his college where he teaches Hindi. After couple of songs and some funny scenes later, it is revealed that he should befriend with Vaishali (Deeksha Seth), daughter of mafia don Kittu Bhai (Prakash Raj) and through her they plan to nab the don. How Rishi finishes off the mission is all about the second half of the movie.
Artist Performance:Ravi Teja has just done what he has been doing in all his previous films. Nothing new in his histrionics. The less said about the Richa the better, as she looks plump on screen and out of shape completely. Deeksha Seth is tall and beautiful, but she has to check out her ‘back’. Sunil i n his brief role has provided good comedy. Ali as Al Pachino is funny. Kota Srinivas Rao, Chandramohan, Ajay and Supreeth are okay. From Chirutha to Kantri to Pokiri, Prakash Raj ‘s character as Don and his set up (in Bangkok) is almost similar. Cut paste characterization, hua!
Technical and other Departments:Story of the movie is cliched as we have seen loads of movies of cop working under-cover in Telugu since Pokiri. One good thing the director has done is to reveal the cop part of it in the beginning of the film in-stead of showing it as a twist in the end. The director’s ability cannot be judged when one directs the movie of Ravi Teja. Ravi Teja takes over the baton with his entertainment quotient and gives story/screenplay a backseat. This movie is no exception. Direction is okay in parts.
Music director Thaman came up with populist tunes in the movie. The songs are good though they are loud at times. Background music is good. Cinematography is average. Dialogues are nice at times. Editing is okay. Fights are neat.
Analysis:The major story of the movie is revealed in the first 15 minutes and the culmination takes place in the last 15 minutes. The rest of two hours is dedicated to the love angle and entertainment. The screenplay that takes place during this 2-hour period is not properly done. It is a proven fact that Ravi Teja’s movies have scant respect for story and screenplay and majorly depend on the entertainment aspect. The entertainment is interesting in parts. We have to wait and see how Mirapakai is lapped up by the crowds.
Final View:If you are not tired of seeing Ravi Teja doing same role again and again, showing off same histrionics without much variation, then Mirapakay may seem time-pass one. For others, it looks tepid and boring.