Review : Mishan Impossible – Has it’s moments
Published on Apr 2, 2022 3:03 am IST
Mishan Impossible Movie Review

Release Date : April 01,2022 Rating : 2.75/5

Starring: Taapsee Pannu, Harsh Roshan, Bhanu Prakshan, Jayateertha Molugu & Others

Director: Swaroop RSJ

Producers: Niranjan Reddy & Anvesh Reddy

Music Director: Mark K Robin

Cinematography : Deepak Yeragara

Editor: Raviteja Girijala

RRR is going strong at the Telugu box office. In such a time, a film called Mishan Impossible starring Taapsee was released today. Let’s see how it is.


The film is set in a small town of Tirupati district. Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram are three useless kids who want to make it big in life. They decide to nab Dawood Ibrahim and win the massive prize money announced for him. They set out on a mission to nab him but get embroiled in a child trafficking case which is being investigated by a journalist (Taapsee). How will they get out of this mess and understand the harsh realities of life is the whole story of Mishan Impossible.

Plus Points:

The setting of the film is pretty good. The manner in which three young kids dream big in a foolish manner has been established well at the beginning of the film.

Mishan Impossible mainly runs on the characters of these three kids and they have done quite well. Be it the comedy, emotion or naughtiness, the kids showcased them well.

Tappsee does not do much in her role, but her key character brings a depth to the film. The thrills showcased in the child trafficking scenes are pretty good. The fun generated through some situations in the first half featuring the kids looked good.

Minus Points:

Mishan Impossible has several loopholes and logic goes for a toss in many areas. The kids are shown having a brave mindset and land in Bangalore thinking it as Mumbai. They try to find Dawood by showing the picture and do not find out the fact for days that he is no more in India and it is Bangalore and not Mumbai. Such silly aspects are neglected.

Also, the manner in which kids deal with the whole child trafficking issue looks a bit over the top. But as the thrills are good, the audience gets entertained most of the time.

The first half is mainly based on the intro and lifestyles of the kids but story wise, nothing much happens. Tappsee and her character look dull after a point and some strong elevations should have been given to her to make the crime angle even tighter.

Technical Aspects:

Production values of the film are decent. Music by Mark K Robin was okay but his BGM was quite impressive. The camera work showcasing the crime angle and small town set up looks good. Editing is okay and so were the dialogues.

Coming to the director Swaroop, this is his second film after Agent Sai Srinivas Athreya and he has done a passable job. When compared to the comedy and thrills in his debut film, this film has a tad less of them all. His writing was top notch in Agent but here it is just about okay. He narrates the film in a fun alway with decent thrills but the logic keeps going for a toss most of the time.


On the whole, Mishan Impossible has a decent premise with a passable dose of comedy and thrills. But the logic goes for a toss in several scenes. If you ignore this aspect and watch the film, Mishan Impossible makes up for a timepass watch this weekend. Rating: 2.75/5

Reviewed by 123telugu Team

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