“Miss Shetty Mr. Polishetty” explores a unique premise, focusing on a master chef’s unconventional journey towards motherhood through the IUI process, involving a stand-up comedian. While the concept is intriguing, the execution leaves much to be desired.
The film’s performances, however, are a mixed bag. Anushka Shetty delivers a commendable portrayal in her significant role, showcasing her versatility as an actress. Naveen Polishetty also impresses with his performance, effectively carrying the film during pivotal moments. Murali Sharma’s character adds depth to the narrative, but the remaining cast members provide only decent performances, failing to leave a lasting impact.
One of the film’s major drawbacks is its pacing, particularly in the second half. The director takes too much time to set the stage for the latter part of the story, resulting in a drag that tests the audience’s patience. While the film excels in its technical aspects, such as the outstanding background score by Gopi Sundar and the visually appealing cinematography by Nirav Shah, it falls short in the editing department. The editing could have been tighter to maintain a more engaging narrative flow.
Despite its technical strengths and some strong performances, “Miss Shetty Mr. Polishetty” struggles to maintain a consistently engaging storyline due to pacing issues. While it may have an interesting premise, it ultimately fails to deliver a compelling cinematic experience.