Miss India is the latest Telugu original movie to premiere on Netflix India. Starring Keerthy Suresh, alongside Rajendra Prasad and Jagapathi Babu in the lead roles, Miss India revolves around Manasa Samyuktha who comes from a middle class family and her dream to become a great businesswoman. Critics have now streamed Miss India on Netflix and we bring you a 2-minute quick review roundup to help make the streaming decision.

Miss India movie review: Keerthy Suresh can’t save silly film from being a mega bore

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Karthik Kumar from Hindustan Times writes, "Keerthy Suresh continues to shock by continuing to pick subpar projects. It’s almost as if she’s slowly losing all the adulation she earned for her performance in the Savitri biopic, Mahanati. In spite of being supremely talented, there’s hardly anything that Keerthy can do to save Miss India from turning out to be a mega bore."

Miss India Movie Review: Keerthy Suresh film is a silly rags-to-riches tale

Janani K from India Today says, "Miss India is a pointless story of a middle-class woman who builds an empire in the US with her special chai. As Keerthy says, ‘Coffee is not her cup of tea.’ But to be honest, this chai isn't our cup of tea either."

‘Miss India’ movie review: This chai needed more zing


Sangeetha Devi Dundoo from The Hindu writes, "This chai-coffee tale feels underbrewed, despite the efforts of Keerthy Suresh and Jagapathi Babu. Rajendra Prasad and VK Naresh manage to make a mark within the limited scope their characters are given. Sumanth Shailendra fits the bill of a venture capitalist.

Miss India seems to sell only chai; there’s no glimpse of short eats to go with the cuppa. It feels incomplete, just like the film."

Miss India movie review: Keerthy Suresh's film on Netflix India is astoundingly bland

Hemanth Kumar from Firstpost.com says, "After brewing for so long, by the time the chai is served, one is more likely to lose interest completely. It is hard to believe that the film is set in the US because even the supporting characters do not seem convinced, leave alone the lead characters. Extolling the virtues of Indian chai is one thing, but in that process, Miss India does not quite humanise the story, and even when it does, it does not capitalise on that. It is too confused about what it wants to say or rather, serve."

Miss India review: Keerthy Suresh movie is as dull as ditchwater

Shubhra Gupta from The Indian Express writes, "From frame one, you know how this thing will pan out. Suresh, excellent in Mahanati, proved that she was able to carry a film on her slender shoulders. But here she’s saddled with a dull-as-ditchwater story-line, rendered more so by the dull direction, where you can predict every single beat in this women-are-capable-of-everything flick from a mile off."