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Miss India Misfires | Miss India Review, Rating, Highlights and Drawbacks

by Bellamkonda

Rating: 2/5

Starring : Keerthy Suresh, Jagapathi Babu, Rajendra Prasad, Nadhiya

Release date : November 4,2020

Director : Narendra Nath

Producers : Mahesh S Koneru

Music : S. Thaman

Cinematography : Dani Sanchez-Lopez, Sujith Vaassudev

Editor : Tammiraju

Miss India Movie Story Story:

Manasa Samyukta( Keerthy Suresh) she belongs to a middle-class family and her life-long dream to become an successful entrepreneur since childhood. She moves to the US along with her family for a comfortable and better life. She wants to achieve her dream but she couldn’t do it due to financial problems. Then, she will meet Vijay character played (Naveen Chandra) and she starts dating with him. After a certain point of time, she realizes that she has to fulfill her dream of becoming a popular entrepreneur and starts Chai business. There, she will think to team up with one number coffer seller in the US happens to Kailash Siva Kumar character essayed (Jagapathi babu).  The crux of the story how she overcomes all the hurdles in her life and brings her chai brand to top is a thing to watch and find out.

Miss India Actors Performance:

Keerthy Suresh has proved her mettle yet again that she can pull off any role easily. Keerthy Suresh, Jagapathi and Naveen did equal justice to her role.  She pulled off the movie with a single hand and dominated male actors in the film with her performance.  SS Thaman background music is also one of the major highlights of the film.

Miss India movie Drawbacks:

No Emotions, Horrible dubbing

Verdict: It’s a good film to watch for once, but,  don’t go with huge expectations as it is not up to the mark. The film has had a lot of hype, but it is my duty to report that it’s not worth the brew-haha. The film is too long and overstuffed with the worst cast of foreign actors.

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