Thippara Meesam

Thippara Meesam Review


Movie: Thippara Meesam
Rating: 2.25/5
Banner: Rizwan Entertainment
Cast: Sree Vishnu, Nikki Tamboli, Rohini
Music: Suresh Bobbili
Cinematography: Sid
Producer(s): Rizwan
Director: Krishna Vijay
Release Date: November 8,2019

Punchline: Experimentation Gone Bad


Thippara Meesam is a story about a reckless and irresponsible guy who is addicted to drugs and in neck deep gambling debt. SreeVishnu, plays the role of DJ in the film while Rohini plays his mother. SreeVishnu hates his mother for making him join a rehab center for drugs and starts torturing her to give him money so that he can clear his gambling debt. Nikki Tamboli plays his love interest and he falls for her in love at first sight. Rest of the story is about how Sree Vishnu gets out of his gambling troubles. How the relationship between a mother and son strains?

Artistes’ Performances:

  • Sree Vishnu acted well and did justice to the role
  • Rohini perfectly fits the bill and acted well too
  • Nikki Tamboli is just okay


  • Last 20 Mins
  • Sree Vishnu’s & Rohini’s Performance


  • Unbearable 1st Half
  • Weak Music
  • Weak Story
  • Boring Narration


Sree Vishnu, who is riding high on success of Brochevarevarura is known to pick experimental films and Thippara Meesam is no different. He again tried a very different role and when you experiment with your films they can go either way. Thippara Meesam is one such experiment that didn’t work and tests your patience. Barring last 20 mins, there is nothing in the film that excites you. Sree Vishnu and Rohini acted well but they couldn’t compensate a weak story and a weak narration. Heroines character is a namesake character and even the music doesn’t elevate any emotions. Overall, if you don’t mind sitting in theater for 2 hours to watch 20 mins of good film then you can give this film a shot. Else, skip it.

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