Natural Star Nani is playing the lead role in an interesting movie titled Middle-Class Abbayi. The film is surely going to be an interesting one because of the combination that the producer has set. Nani, Sai Pallavi and Vijay Verma played the lead roles. Bhumika Chawla, Rajeev Kanakala, Naresh SR, Aamani, Krishna Teja, Priyadarshi and others played the crucial roles in the movie. The film is directed by Venu Sriram who earlier made his directional debut with the film Oh My Friend. Dil Raju is producing the movie under Sri Venkateswara Creations banner. Check out the review of the movie here.
Nani (Nani) is a middle-class guy who feels that the entry of his Vadina Jyothi (Bhumika) into the family created a distance between him and his brother (Rajeev Kanakala). Nani loves Pallavi (Sai Pallavi) who is Jyothi's sister. Nani always has a negative opinion on Jyothi but it changes with one incident when Shiva (Vijay Verma) gets into a fight with Jyothi. What happened between Shiva and Jyothi and how did Nani react to the situation forms the rest of the story of the movie.
Natural Star Nani lived up to his name and performed well in the movie. He has delivered a natural performance yet again and mesmerised everyone with his skill. The fun that was generated by him is simple and amazing. He is also equally good with the action part. Sai Pallavi has got a meaty role in the movie and she lived up to the expectations. She is flawless in the movie and her dancing is amazing. Bhumika Chawla made a perfect comeback with the film and registered a success with this movie in her second innings. She is perfect in the role she was given and let us hope that she plays more such roles. Rajeev Kanakala is good in his role. The negative lead Vijay Verma did well as a baddie. All the other actors did well as per their character limitations.
Technically, the film has come out well. The camera work by Sameer Reddy is impressive. The film looks rich in all the frames. The editing by Prawin Pudi is nice. The dialogues are perfect for everyone. The music scored by Devi Sri Prasad is okay. Keeping the audio album aside, the background score of the film has come out well. The artwork is good. The production values maintained by Dil Raju are grand. On a whole, the technical team is sound.
The film MCA was centralized on Bhumika’s characterization to the maximum extent. The film hardly has anything to reveal in the first half but the romance between Nani and Sai Pallavi turned out to be entertaining. The narration went on smoothly in the first half and the director was right on track in dealing the movie as a commercial potboiler. The families will certainly enjoy this movie. Comparatively, the second half of the movie appears to be flat as it completely focuses on the conflict between the hero and villain. The film has some routineness but it is a complete package of family emotions, romance and fun which is enough for a hero like Nani to score a hit. On a whole, the film gives a 'worth watching' feeling in the end.