Movie Review

Mehbooba Movie Review

Banner Name: Puri Jagannadh Touring Talkies
Producer: Puri Jagannadh , Charmy Kaur
Director: Puri Jagannath
User's Rating

6/10

Critic's Rating

7/10

1 User's Rated
Presented By: Smt . Lavanya
Certified Type:  U / A
Music Director: Sandeep Chowta
Editor: Junaid Siddiqui
Language: Telugu
Art Director:  Shaik Jonny
Story Writer: Puri Jagannadh
Sensor Board: CBFC
Cinematographer: Vishnu Sarma
Story Details
Roshan(Akash Puri) is a young man who always dreams of joining the army. This is also the time when a girl called Afreen(Neha Shetty) comes to India for her studies. The young couple crosses each other’s path only to find out that they have been reincarnated from the time of 1971 during the India-Pakistan war and have been separated in some dire circumstances. Rest of the story is as to how the couple solves their problems which have been posted by the animosity between India and Pakistan.
Others Comment:
Akash Puri makes a decent effort with Mehbooba. As he has enough experience of facing the screen earlier as a child artist, he looks comfortable in front of the camera. Though he looks a bit young and naive for his part, he has done a decent job in his role. Akash is good in the emotional department and does what is required of him. On the other hand, Neha Shetty is good in her role as Afreen and shows a lot of promise. She looks good and does well in her complex role. Murali Sharma is good as the heroine’s father. Vishnu Reddy, who plays the main villain is a good find and has a good screen presence. His dialogue delivery is neat and if chosen his films well, he can go a long way in Tollywood. One of the biggest drawbacks of the film is that there is no chemistry between the lead pair at all. For a reincarnation theme to be strong, there should be solid love track between the lead pair which is completely missing in both the before and after rebirth episodes. Yet another irritating factor of the film is that the India-Pakistan rivalry has been dragged too far in the second half. The entire climax happens in the India-Pak border which looks over the top and unnecessary. The film misses a lot of logic as the armed forces and the border-related seriousness is shown in a silly manner.
Critics Rating:

Technical Department

Rating
Direction 7
Editor 6
Casting Producer 6
Art Department 8
Music Director 6

Technical Department

Rating
Story Department 6
Choreography 7
Cinematography 8
Graphics 8
Field Publicity 6
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