'Mishan Impossible' is hitting the cinemas in a few hours. This Friday, it is the only Telugu-language release at the box office.
The news is that the comedy caper, which has been awarded with a U/A certificate, has locked a crisp running time of 129 minutes. Since the film has no star faces and is purely content-driven, director Swaroop RSJ went in for a less-than-overwhelming run time.
Meanwhile, Taapsee is thrilled ahead of the film's release. “There are certain films one does because of gratitude that today you have the power to pick, choose and pay back," she wrote about doing a non-lead role in the movie. She described the bounty-hunting movie as a beautiful film.