Vicky (Prabhas) a gaming software expert, is particular about his lifestyle and hates adjustments. He tries to prosper his life by giving an edge to his professional as well as personal life
Tollywood is in no mood to experiment these days, choosing to stick to safe, breezy love stories. And Dasarath's "Mr Perfect" is no different. Already adept at handling such subjects, his last film, "Santosham," being testimony, Dasarath has walked down the same old path in "Mr Perfect" too.
The story goes something like this. Vicky (Prabhas), an expert in gaming software, lives in Australia, never compromises in life. He hates "adjustments" and thinks that one shouldn't sacrifice one's comforts for others. He wants everything in his life to be perfect, even his life partner. His father asks him to get married to his childhood buddy, Priya (Kajal Agarwal), when he comes to India for his sister's marriage. He decides to spend time with Priya for 10 days before he makes his decision.
The two start off on the wrong foot, but inevitably, Priya falls in love with Vicky. When their ecstatic parents are about to announce their engagement, Vicky suddenly declares that he is not going to marry Priya as she decided to sacrifice all her personal preferences for him. He returns to Australia, only to meet Maggie (Taapsee), who he thinks is perfect for him. Meanwhile, a determined Priya follows him back to Australia, giving the story a not-so-new angle.
What is applause-worthy in the movie is Kajal Agarwal's performance. She looks great, expresses well and fits into the role perfectly. Prabhas manages to look nice, but really needs to work on his dialogue delivery. Their on-screen chemistry however, is commendable.
Prakash Raj, Murali Mohan and K Viswanath play the same predictable characters they are famous for. Taapsee is good in her short appearance. For once, her voice isn't dubbed and it isn't too bad as it suited her NRI character. Brahmanandam is wasted in comic capers that don't work.
The story is simple and clean, but for all its predictability, it's definitely not a paisa vasool film.