MisMatch Movie Review

MisMatch Movie Review

Title: MisMatch

CBFC Rating : UA

Run-Time: 2 Hrs 12 Min

Release Date: 06-12-2019

Banner: Adhiroh Creative Signs

Cast: Uday Shankar, Aiswarya Rajesh, Pradeep Rawat, and Others

Music: Gifton Elias

Cinematography: Ganeshchandhrra

Editing: SP Raja Sethupathi

Producer: G Srirama Raju, K Bharat Ram

Directed by NV Nirmal Kumar


Siddhu (Uday Shankar) and Kanaka Mahalakshmi (Aishwarya Rajesh) belong to different ends of the spectrum of life choices. What happens when their lives coincide and how their family reacts? When will the two realize what they have between them? What happens to their respective careers and where it all ends?


Uday Shankar is apt for the part of a career-minded youngster who falls in love with a girl. The body language, dialogue delivery, and various mannerisms are neatly set for his image. It helps him get elevated at the right moments. Luckily for him, such moments are aplenty. He makes an impactful entry into the movies without any doubt.

Aishwarya Rajesh is a natural performer. She picks another versatile part and gives her best. The love scenes have worked out well due to her chemistry with the lead. The sports sequences and emotional scenes are also well enacted.

Sanjay Swaroop has come up with an easily identifiable and engaging act. Along with Pradeep Rawat, they added energy to the proceedings individually. The rest of the cast were apt for their parts even though they had small lengths.


Lead Pair Chemistry
Emotional Scenes


The screenplay could have been better at times


Nirmal Kumar has come up with an engaging plot that would connect well with the youth demographic. The youth’s career-minded aspirations and romance are well thought out and captured.

The basic story is the engaging point of the enterprise. It hooks us instantly and takes us on a journey that makes one relate to the narrative. The lead pair’s emotional sequences are handled very well. The “mismatch” angle is brought out well in a unique manner.

The screenplay is uneven, and that is where the movie falters. If there were further scenes written to showcase the bond and emotional turmoil, the final impact would have been much better. The pre-climax gets affected a bit due to the unevenness, but eventually, the whole thing makes sense, in the end. The climax is a deal-breaker. It has worked out well makes the audience leave the cinemas with a good feel.

The music by Gifton Elias is situational and peppy. The remix of the classic song from Tholi Prema has been done sincerely and earnestly. The cinematography Ganesh Chandra is excellent for the scale of the movie. The editing could have been a little crispier. The producers G Sriram Raju and K Bharat Ram have to be commended for backing a youthful subject that has its heart in the right place. There is no compromise on quality. It needs to be seen by many.

Bottom-Line: Impressive Modern Romance

Rating: 3/5


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