In Mr. Perfect the lessons on give and take begins even before love is allowed to bloom and goes on till the last frame. While Santosham was a perfect blend of expressions, emotions, dialogues and love, here the dialogues take precedence. There is a lot of depth and meaning in each dialogue but what should be interspersed comes in regularly, briskly not giving you time to savour the expression of each character and understand what they said. Also the film winds up very fast after a logical and a predictable ending leaving you wondering with a something missing feel. Especially for audiences who are used to the fights, conflicts, twists and turns watching a simple film with no high points and tense moments gives you a feeling that it has been abruptly ended.
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