Allari Naresh is one of the most energetic actors of Telugu film industries. Hit/flop is never a constraint for him. The only constraint he always keeps into consideration takes is entertainment. Titled as Meda Meeda Abbayi, Allari Naresh's latest movie hit the screens today. Find out if Allari Naresh has served enough entertainment with this movie or not. Read on.
Srinu (Allari Naresh) is a young boy who is very bad at studies. His failure in all the subjects in his Engineering shows his disinterest in the studies. Srinu makes a short-film with the help of his friends which results in another failure. Srinu falls for a girl named Sindhu. He lies to his friends and boasts about Sindhu falling for him. He takes a selfie with Sindhu and creates that they both are in deep love. What happens next, how Sindhu will react to this etc are to be watched in the theaters only. Roles and Performances:
Allari Naresh's comedy timing is the best part of his movies. This time, by not doing any spoofs, Allari Naresh has deviated from the routine stuff he does. Naresh has given his best for this movie, as he justifies the role well. Jabardast fame 'Hyper Aadi' delivered rib-tickling comedy. His timing and punches are a laugh riot. Seems like his role even dominates all the other actors at times. All the others justified their roles well.
In small budget movies like this, we cannot expect rich music or BGM. But, the music is apt for the movie. The cinematography is good with nice camera work. The dialogues are well-written. But, some of the dialogues are not properly delivered. Editing must have been better. Screenplay and the narration of the story are flawed. The production values are okay. The movie MedaMeeda Abbayi is an entertainment-based flick. There are twists here and there. Touted to be a rib-tickling comedy movie, it fails to serve humor as much as expected.
Allari Naresh's movies are normally expected to be bombarded with so much humor and entertainment. This flick fails to deliver expected elements of entertainment. A time-pass flick..