Masthu Shades Unnai Ra Neelo Review


Film;Masthu Shades Unnai Ra Neelo
Director: Thirupathi Rao
– Writer: Anwar Sadiq
– DOP (Director of Photography): Siddharta Swayambhoo
– Editor: Raviteja Girijala
– Music: Sanjeev T
– Producers: Aarem Reddy, Prashanth V, Bhavani Kasula
– Cast: Abhinav Gomatam, Vaishali Raj, Ali Reza, Moin, NIZHALGAL Ravi, Aananda Chakrapani, Tharun Bhascker, Ravinder Reddy, Lavanya Reddy, Jyothi Reddy, Surya, Rocket Raghava, Swetha Awasti, Sai Krishna, and Phani Chandrasekhar

Abhinav Gomatam, known for his comedic timing, takes the lead in Masthu Shades Unnai Ra. The film has hit the screens today and let’s see how the film is

Manohar’s(Abhinav) life takes an unexpected turn, leading him to learn Photoshop and start his own flex designing unit. The plot revolves around his struggles, encounters with Umadevi(Vaishali Raj), and conflicts with Rahul(Ali Reza). The narrative unfolds the challenges and successes in Manohar’s journey.

Abhinav Gomatam shines with his typical dialogue delivery, creating a strong connection with the audience. Abhinav Gomatam’s depiction of a young man dealing with the challenges of love and acceptance connects with the audience, who appreciates his relatable and charming performance. Vaishali Raj delivers a fine performance, and Ali Reza leaves an impression. The supporting cast contributes adequately to the film.

Technical Aspects:
Although the movie falls short in terms of production values, director Tirupati Rao earns applause for his skills. The film faces budget limitations, yet its storytelling captivates the audience in the second half because of a well-structured plot. The music is decent, and the editing leaves room for improvement. The film, despite its flaws, manages to convey its story effectively, showcasing the director’s ability to navigate within constraints and still deliver an engaging experience.

Plus Points:
-Abhinav Gomatam’s performance
– Ali Reza’s contribution
– Engaging second half
– Comedy elements

Minus Points :
– Slow start
– Weak technical work

‘Mast Shades Unnai Ra’ follows the current trend of success with powerful emotions, talented actors, and a skilled technical team, but it falls short of complete success. The film’s major drawback is its low production quality, overshadowing its well-crafted storyline. The beginning of the movie feels heavy, burdened by unnecessary shots and weak camera work. However, a surprising twist at the interval brings excitement. The second half shows improvement, with the director skillfully managing important scenes, enhancing technical aspects, and bringing a natural flow to the story. Despite a slow start, the film picks up pace, offering some relief to the audience. In the end, while the movie faces challenges, it manages to find its stride and deliver a more engaging experience as it progresses.

Punch Line: Engaging and Youthful Drama;Rating: 3/5