Movie Review

Thippara Meesam

Language: Telugu
Banner: Rizwan Entertainment
Producer: Rizwan
Director: Krishna Vijay
Music Director: Suresh Bobblli
Editor: Dharmendra KakarAla
Story Writer: Krishna Vijay
Cinematographer: Sid
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Mani Shankar (Sree Vishnu) gets addicted to drugs at a small age and he is forcibly sent to a rehab center by his mother. He runs away from rehab and holds a grudge on his mother from childhood. Mani Shankar becomes a DJ, now his new addition is cricket betting and they lead to many issues in his life leading him to jail. What problems does Mani Shankar because of his betting habit? What crimes he did? Did Mani Shankar's relationship with his mom and family get better or ruined because of his actions? Forms the rest of the story.


Sree Vishnu has done the biggest experiment of his film career by taking up a character that is very wired and hard to digest for regular audiences. But he gave an extraordinary performance that has a negative shade to the core and especially his performance with his mother, the climax is good.

Rohini has done a commendable job in the mother character of the hero. She has fewer dialogues but all her emotions are emoted out through her eyes and Rohini nailed it with just her eyes elevating the scene. The mother and son scenes are one of the highlights of Thippara Meesam.

Heroine Nikki Tamboli got good screen presences but she has less scope for performance and she was fine in the part given to her in the film. Banerjee got a decent supporting role as a hero’s uncle and utilized it perfectly with his acting.



Sree Vishnu Acting

Rohini Performance

Last Fifteen Minutes

Background score




Wired Treatment To Characters


Dominating Dark Theme

Love Track

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Technical Department

Direction 6
Editor 6
Casting Producer 6
Art Department 6
Music Director 7

Technical Department

Story Department 7
Choreography 6
Cinematography 7
Graphics 7
Field Publicity 6
Others Comment:
Bottom Line – It’s a dark action thriller with a wired treatment by the director if your Sree Vishnu fan then watches it in the cinema hall or else wait for the digital release.