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Miss Shetty and Mr. Polishetty Movie Review

Starring: Anushka Shetty, Naveen Polishetty, Murali Sharma, Abhinav Gomatam, Nassar, Sonia Deepti, Jayasudha, Tulasi, Bhadram and others
Director: Mahesh Babu Pachigolla
Producers: V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy, Pramod Uppalapati
Music Director:Radhan, Gopi Sundar
Cinematographer: Nirav Shah
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Release Date : September 07, 2023

Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty Movie Review

Miss Shetty and Mr. Polishetty marks the comeback of Anuska after a long gap. The comedy-drama featuring Naveen Polishetty has hit the screens today. Read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.


In Anvita’s (played by Anushka) mother’s dying wish, she urges her daughter to find a life partner. However, Anvita has no interest in romance and opts for single motherhood through a sperm donor. She selects Siddhu, a stand-up comedian portrayed by Naveen Polishetty, to embark on this unconventional journey. As their relationship develops, Siddhu finds himself falling for Anvita, creating a complex dynamic. The remainder of the story delves into their quest to find true love.


Anushka’s return to the silver screen after an extended hiatus is a delightful sight. She effortlessly inhabits a bold role that suits her age, offering her ample room to display her acting prowess. Anushka’s on-screen presence is breathtaking, complemented by splendid cinematography. Naveen Polishetty, making a comeback after a substantial hiatus, delivers a solid performance as Siddhu. His impeccable comedic timing, emotional depth, body language, and chemistry with Anushka are commendable. Jayasudha shines in her brief role, while Murali Sharma impresses as the hero’s father.

What’s Good

Anushka and Naveen’s performance

What’s bad

Slow pace
lack of depth in emotions


Miss Shetty Mr. Polishetty shines primarily due to its freshness, Anushka’s compelling character, and the delightful chemistry generated by Naveen Polishetty. There are moments when the film falters, particularly in the way the hero reacts to rejection, which appears somewhat odd. The initial segments tend to drag, but the film’s first half is captivating. A more brisk screenplay in the second half could have enhanced the overall experience.

The film’s music, composed by Radaan, seamlessly integrates with the narrative. The background score is well-executed, and the cinematography is visually appealing. Director Mahesh Babu P’s writing skillfully handles the edgy subject matter. The film’s dialogue is engaging, and the production design is noteworthy. While the film’s runtime could have been slightly shorter, the screenplay and the emotional impact in the final half-hour are highlights.

Storywise, Miss Shetty Mr. Polishetty offers a contemporary perspective on modern women’s attitudes towards relationships and family planning. It explores their desire for parenthood without necessarily seeking romantic involvement. Director Mahesh Babu adeptly weaves a narrative that resonates across different age groups. The director skillfully presents the heroine’s decision to pursue motherhood without marriage.

However, the arrival of Naveen Polishetty’s character injects humor and romance into the storyline, adding depth and complexity. Although the film experiences a slight pacing dip in the second half, this is compensated for by the compelling final twenty minutes and makes up for a good watch.

Bottom Line – Slow but contemporary and funny


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