Film: Middle Class Melodies
Starring: Abhiram, Achila, Ajay
Director: Vinod Anantoju
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Filmmaker Vinod Ananthoju can't have wanted for a superior presentation as Middle Class Melodies remains consistent with its name which is a dexterously woven song which really recounts the account of a working class family. What is most important to Middle Class Melodies isn't just the plot yet additionally the heavenly exhibitions by each fundamental and supporting cast.
The film is situated in Guntur. Raghava(Anand Devarakonda) is the child of a working class couple who needs to become showbiz royalty in the hotel industry. In contrast to his dad, Raghava needs to go to Guntur and set up his lodging there. However, he doesn't have cash and upon this, he is enamored with Sandhya(Varsha Bollama). Subsequent to battling hard, he some way or another figures out how to set up an inn in Guntur however his business neglects to click. This is likewise a similar time when Sandhya's dad is attempting to get her hitched. The remainder of the story is regarding how Raghava turns his business effective and furthermore weds Sandhya.
There is an inconspicuous satire on the crazy ride of feelings that a working class family experiences as their real estate value rises and falls and afterward rises once more. It helps us to remember the dislike of working class land proprietors in Amaravati district. The film exaggerates nothing and keeps the feeling and humor basic without going over the edge. Indeed, even the achievement of the hero isn't praised. The director finishes the film by demonstrating that there is no limit to the every day battle of working class individuals to survive.Vinod Anantoju zeroed in on making minutes as opposed to recounting a story. Naming the film Middle Class Melodies is by all accounts conscious.
The makers are effective in drawing out common characters and making life like circumstances. However, the storyline is too dainty to even consider keeping you contributed for over two hours. There is an excessive amount of slack in specific groupings that continue running for quite a long time together. There are a modest bunch of scenes that are completely charming, however there are additionally successions that continue hauling for eternity. Second half of the film is dull with redundant scenes. Sentiment strings are immature and limited to the foundation. The film is pointlessly hauled notwithstanding the undeniable closure. Janardhan Pasumarthi sparkles as the writer of dialogues by keeping it basic and reasonable.
Middle Class Melodies is a film that portrays the issues that individuals manage in their working Class lives. The arrangement, natural characters, and feelings connected to each are pleasantly settled. Credit goes to Vinod for remaining quiet about the characters valid. The supporting cast has a solid influence and each track has a legitimization. An unassuming community kid needing to become wildly successful in a city has been exhibited in a few movies. The film is somewhat moderate and as all the characters are set up in a sweet own time, things take a touch of the screen time. The ending of the film might have been somewhat better as the film is finished on a straightforward note.
Ananda Devarakonda is very noteworthy in his subsequent trip. He is especially quiet now and had a vital task to carry out and the youthful actor did it remarkably well. The way wherein the director removed work from Anand is additionally acceptable. The manner in which Anand mouths Guntur slang, remains consistent with his appearances was acceptable. The entire idea of making Bombay Chutney additionally fit pleasantly in the story. Varsha Bollama suits her character consummately and acts out with her eyes wonderfully. Her affection track with Anand is very full grown and holds the film well and is never an unsettling influence. With each film, Divya Sripada is getting amazing and makes an eminent showing in this film too and is an actor to keep an eye out for.
Final Word - Middle Class Melodies causes for a pleasant watch and you will go with each character in the story. Vinod Ananthoju's debut is a straightforward story set in Guntur, is sprinkled with unobtrusive humor. In spite of minor issues, it is an enchanting little film.
A Harmless and Beautiful Small Film!