MCA or Middle-Class Abbayi Telugu movie review: Nani and Sai Pallavi’s romantic-action drama

MCA or Middle-Class Abbayi Telugu movie review: Nani and Sai Pallavi’s romantic-action drama
Written by Pallavi Parmar

MCA or Middle-Class Abbayi is Telugu movie directed by Venu Sri Ram. After creating a lot of buzz on social media now it buzzing in the theatres with its light comedy and action. MCA Middle-Class Abbayi is the best entertainer on this Christmas week. It is comedic drama including twists of romance and action. The storyline of the movie is appreciable. It is produced by Dil Raju under the banner of Sri Venkateswara Creations. It stars blockbuster actors of the Telugu Cinema, Nani and Sai Pallavi in the lead roles. While the romantic and melodious songs of the movie were composed by Devi Sri Prasad.

MCA or Middle-Class Abbayi movie review: The movie revolves around the life of Nani, it is romantic, action-comedy drama. The first half of the movie, start off with Sai Pallavi who is spunky and independent girl falls in love with Nani at first sight. In the first half, Sai Pallavi broke her typical heroine stereotypes by loving Nani and approaching him first. It also marks the appearance of antagonist Vijay Varma who essays the role of a psychopath, Shiva who is into killings and looting since childhood. Although, first half just have comedy and love scenes. While the second half of the Middle-Class Abbayi has various action scenes for the audiences.

It is entertaining, humorous, romantic and comedic drama throughout the end. MCA movie shows various ups and downs of the individuals life and relationships. It is light comedy movie with a good sense of entertainment. The movie makes audiences curious about another twist and suspense. The performances of the actors are just markable with dark tone dialogues. And the songs of the MCA movie has added more entertainment and fun to the story. Overall, it is best light entertainer movie comprised of comedy, romance, action and drama.

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