My Story Movie Review: Cliched and Predictable
I’m sorry to pinch any bubbles, the movie isn't much of a pleaser. Giving something we have seen done once and over again. It’s not a promise made by Roshini Dinakar to produce the greatest ever movie, but we'd least expect a above average performance with the cast she has in her arsenal.
Fancy settings and some luscious scenes brought forth by the camera works and the locations shot in. Just to relate to the reality of it all, they made sure that they had the FIFA World Cup be a small part of it. Music too is to be well appreciated in the movie, special kudo’s to Shaan Rehman for his work in the production of the movie.
Frankly, the first half brought to us, expectations and hopes for the plot to end on the right note. On the contrary, the first half stayed as it was: well done, executed to the dot and great focus towards the right direction. The succeeding part though, just didn’t appeal to us.
High in dosage of ‘nothing spectacular’. The movie was just a run through towards the end and didn’t involve any clinical twists or revelations. Not to forget, this was a not a great show out for Prithviraj and Parvathy. Both holders of rich history of good scripts, didn’t give a convincing performance in ‘My Story’.
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