MCA Movie Review

Story :

Nani (Nani) is a jobless middle class guy who lives with his brother (Rajeev Kanakala) and his wife (Bhoomika). He always hate his brother’s wife as he believe she is coming in between him and his brother. He falls in love with Pallavi (Sai Pallavi) who also happens to be the cousin sister of his brother’s wife. As days are passing his brother’s wife gets stuck in a life changing problem in her line of work and somehow Nani gets involved to save her. How he saved her? What’s the problem?

 

Cast and :

Nani as Nani is good. He tried to act different in the first half but became monotonous in the second half. He should start signing movies of different genres and concepts to get his charm in right place. Sai Pallavi is good and she looked good. The new guy who acted as antagonist is superb and he is definitely a superb finding of the team. Bhoomika as RTA officer Jyothi is nice. She is well fit for her role. Priyadarshi, Krishna Teja and other friends of hero are nice. Vennela Kishore is nice and humorous in a limited role. Posani Krishna Murali, Rajeev Kanakala and Naresh are good. All other actors did fine job in their roles.

 

Highlights :

Nani as Nani

Comedy sequences

 

Minus :

Second half

Routine story and screenplay

 

Finally :

MCA – Middle Class Abbayi is a story of two guy who goes to any extent to make their intentions come true. Nani and Sai Pallavi are only the saving grace of the movie and it’s time for Nani to get a makeover in his style and character. To sum up, MCA is a movie in a routine way.

 

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