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Meda Meeda Abbayi is scripted by Vineeth Sreenivasan and directed by Prajith and bankrolled by Boppana Chandra Sekhar. Allari Naresh and Mollywood actress Nikhila Vimal play the lead roles in Meda Meeda Abbayi. Shaan Rahman, who is popular for the latest Malayalam hit song, Jimikki Kammal, composed the songs and the background score for Meda Meeda Abbayi. Hyper Aadi, Sathyam Rajesh, “ V Jayaprakash,” Tulasi Shivamani and Srinivas Avasarala are also in the star cast. Meda Meeda Abbayi is the official remake of the Mollywood super hit film, Oru Vadakkan Selfie played by Nivin Pauly and Manjima Mohan. Kunjunni Kumar is the cinematographer of Meda Meeda Abbayi.
Srinu is an engineering student, who has got a lot of arrears to clear. After losing his interest in his studies, Srinu wants to try a hand in cinema. So, he sets a journey to Hyderabad. On his journey to Hyderabad, he meets Sindhu, his neighbor. He takes a selfie with her without her knowledge. During his stay in Hyderabad and searching for the film opportunities, Srinu finds out that movie career will not suit him. So, he sets back to his home town. After Srinu comes home, he finds that his selfie with Sindhu landed her in trouble. What happened to Sindhu? Did Srinu come out of the problems? Watch the film in theaters.
Naresh had done his best in Meda Meeda Abbayi, unlike his previous films that carried spoof comedies. Nikhila has done her best and she fits the role well. Srinivas Avasarala has given an okay performance and the comedy sequences by Hyper Aadi are excellent.
The script by Vineeth Sreenivasan is good and it has a lot of emotions than the senseless spoof comedy tracks. Prajith has chosen a good script and it worked out well for him.
What’s Not There?
Although there are some negatives, the film is an entirely different experience for Allari Naresh. If you have already watched the original version, don’t expect the same performance in the remake, because it might disappoint you. But, if you visit the theaters without any expectation, then you might like the movie.
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