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Mix UP Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Monday, March 18, 2024 • తెలుగు ]
Mix UP Review
Adarsh Balakrishna, Akshara Gowda, Kamal Kamaraju, Pooja Jhaveri, Kamakshi Bhaskarla
Aakash Bikki
Kamran, Kausik Subrahmanya

Mix Up Movie Review

Mix-Up explores the dynamics between two young couples with contrasting personalities. The film delves into how they navigate their differences and the challenges that arise in their relationships.


Abhi (Kamal Kamaraju) and Nikki (Akshara Gowda) are a young couple with contrasting personalities. Abhi is gentle and easy-going, while Nikki is more adventurous and passionate, even in intimate moments. On the other hand, Sahu (Aadarsh Balakrishna) and Mythili (Pooja Jhaveri) have a strained relationship, with Mythili feeling neglected by Sahu, who seems to prioritize physical intimacy over emotional connection.

Their lives take an unexpected turn when they cross paths during a vacation in Goa. The story unfolds in a captivating manner, revealing the twists and turns that follow their encounter.

Mix Up Movie Review


Aadarsh Balakrishna delivered a commendable performance, showcasing versatility in his role by effortlessly portraying negative shades and bold scenes. Akshara Gowda looked stunning on screen, but her character lacked depth, which diminished the overall cinematic experience for viewers.

Kamal Kamaraju and Pooja Jhaveri portrayed their roles with sincerity, but the weak writing of their characters limited their impact.

Director Aakash Bikki ventured into bold and erotic storytelling with "Mix-Up," aiming to depict the fragile nature of relationships in society. However, his execution fell short, as the narrative seemed forced and lacking in depth. Instead of focusing on the emotional depth of the characters, the film leaned heavily into obscenity, which detracted from its intended message.

Mix Up Movie Review

The story felt crude, and the screenplay and direction offered little to enhance the viewing experience. The film failed to strike a balance between the emotional journeys of some characters and the physical aspects of others, resulting in a disjointed narrative. Many scenes came across as ridiculous rather than resonating with viewers on an emotional level.

Dinesh K Babu's cinematography stood out, capturing scenes in a natural and realistic manner while showcasing the beauty of Goa's scenic locations. However, Satya's editing left much to be desired, with several dragging sequences impacting the overall pace of the film.

Kaushik's music was adequate, and the background score complemented the story effectively. The production values were high, contributing to the film's visual appeal.

Mix Up Movie Review


Mix-Up, directed by Aakash Bikki, unfortunately, missed the mark, deviating into vulgarity and eroticism rather than exploring the emotional and psychological depth it aimed for. The film failed to connect with its audience, resulting in a disjointed and unsatisfying experience from start to finish.

Rating: 1.5 / 5.0

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