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Middle Class Melodies Movie Review & Rating

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Middle Class Melodies Movie Review & Rating |Tollywood sensation Vijay Devarakonda’s brother Anand Devarakonda’s second attempt is titled Middle Class Melodies. The film is a simple drama revealed the trailer. Vinod Anantoju is making his debut as a director and Varsha Bollamma is the leading lady. V Ananda Prasad bankrolled Middle Class Melodies on Bhavya Creations banner. Middle Class Melodies is now streaming on Amazon Prime and here is the complete review of the film: 

Story:

Middle Class Melodies is the story of Raghava (Anand Devarakonda) who is quite professional in preparing Bombay Chutney in his hotel owned by his dad. He soon decides to float his own hotel in Guntur city and moves ahead from his village. He falls in love with Sandhya (Varsha Bollamma) and the rest of Middle Class Melodies is all about the struggles of Raghava and how he ends up successful in his profession. Watch Middle Class Melodies to know about the real story.

Positives:

Father and son track
Casting
Sensible entertainment

Negatives:

First half
Love story
Below average execution

Performances:

Anand Devarakonda doesn’t seem quite matured in the role. He is just ok. The biggest surprise is that he will be seen chanting in Telangana accent in a film that is set in typical Guntur backdrop. His father’s role played by Goparaju Ramana gets full marks for his performance and father-son episodes are a treat to watch. Varsha Bollamma fits well in this middle class set up and her expressions have been top notch. The love track is a huge misfire and hence she has not much scope to perform well. All the other actors did their parts well.

Middle Class Melodies has a lean plot that is executed well at times and is poorly penned at times. The middle class concept and the emotional episodes connect well and the dialogues are ok. The film has several ups and downs throughout. When the film turns interesting, it soon dips down and makes no impact. The cinematography work and the background score are decent. The production values are good and the editing should have been better in the second half. Debutant Vinod has been partially successful in executing Middle Class Melodies into a heart touching and interesting drama.

Verdict:

Middle Class Melodies is a strict one time watch on the digital space and the film would have been a misfire if released in theatres. The father and son episodes are the major highlights of the film.

Middle Class Melodies Movie Rating: 2.5/5

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Drishyam 2 Review | Drishyam, a small Malayalam movie was a sensation in Indian cinema after it released in 2013. Years after that, the sequel for the movie is out. Drishyam 2 features Mohanlal, Meena, Ansiba Hassan, Esther Anil, Murali Gopi in the lead roles. Jeethu Joseph who directed the prequel helmed Drishyam 2. Aashirvad Cinemas produced Drishyam 2 and the film is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Here is the review of the film:

Story: Drishyam 2 is the story of Georgekutty (Mohanlal) and his family who are facing the charges of the murder of Varun, a youngster and the son of a cop. Years after the incident, there would be no clue but Georgekutty and his family gets blamed for the crime. The film is all about the challenges they face and how Georgekutty and his family overcome the pain and lead a happy life. Watch Drishyam 2 to know about the drama:

Positives:

Mohanlal

NarrationSecond Half

Twists

Jeethu Joseph’s writings

Negatives:

Slow-paced drama

Predictable partly

Performances: Mohanlal is the major highlight of the film and he carries the entire film on his shoulders. The actor strikes hard with his expressions as he is given nothing to speak much. Meena is perfect as a housewife who is quite concerned about her family. The daughters Anisba Hassan and Esther Anil did their parts well. Murali Gopy is the new addition of the film as the Inspector General in the film who stages a hunt to unfold the mystery. All the other actors have limited screen presence and they did their parts well.

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Final Word: Drishyam 2 is a perfect sequel for the original and it lives up the expectations. Mohanlal strikes hard with his performance and Jeethu Joseph wins the hearts with his writing and direction.

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