Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty Review: Naveen Polishetty Shines In A Safe Dramedy

Ram Srikar

Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty (MSMP)

It's hard to nitpick and complain about a film because the film pretty much achieves what it set out to do.

A Simple But Heartfelt Story

The Story is about the need for companionship laced with humour thoroughly and slightly move you towards the climax by bringing its emotional core to the foreground. But the problem is that its ambitions itself are so low.

The Energy of Naveen Polishetty Comes Into Play

He infuses life into a rather simplistic story and shoulders it pretty much by himself. The film keeps trying to keep up with his energy and even when ideas are repeated, the humour keeps it going.

Plays It Safe

There is an attempt to make the romantic arc convincing to an extent but it remains just functional. We are told why Naveen fell for Anvitha but do not feel this blossoming of love because the first priority is always given to the jokes.

MSMP Feels a Tad Safe And Formulaic For His Oddball Energy

The film is, without a doubt, fun, but it's also forgettable. To sum MSMP up, as a character says and believes, "Good is not good enough."