Middle-Class Abbay: Post the success of ‘Ninnu Kori’ the Telugu movie star Nani is ready with his next movie titled Middle-Class Abbay aka MCA. ‘Middle-Class Abbay’ (MCA).
The theatrical trailer of the movie Middle-Class Abbay which features Nani in the lead role and the trailer became popular within a short period of time.
Fida fame Sai Pallavi is playing the female lead in the movie MCA which is touted as a romantic drama.
The movie Middle-Class Abbay is helmed by Venu Sree Raam. Since the movie Middle-Class Abbay teaser come out and well received by the audiences it increased craze for the theatrical trailer of the movie which is also received a good response from the fans.
Venu earlier helmed the movie “Oh My Friend”, features, Siddharth, Shruti Haasan and Hansika Motwani. The yesteryear actress Bhumika Chawla is also appearing in a crucial role for the movie.
Bankrolled of the film is done by Dil Raju under his own banner Sri Venkateswara Creations.
Watch MCA Movie Trailer Here:
Nani’s MCA movie trailer come out on 12th December in the evening time and the theatrical trailer will be considered as the evening bonanza.
The film is all set to hit theatres on this 21st December 2017 and the songs were released recently which goes viral.
The music of the movie is composed by Devi Sri Prasad which is sure to add more appeal this melodrama. The movie, which will see Nani in a middle-class boy’s avatar, is a highly anticipated and fans like this.
Deccan Chronicle quotes Venu as saying, “I’m confident that the film will strike a chord with all sections of the audience.”
Nani’s character clarifies that MCA is not a qualification but it is a mindset which is vocal, “middle class and proud.” He is seen chasing Pallavi’s character at a bus stop but she surprises to see him anyway.
Their chemistry is certainly what their fans cannot wait to experience on the big screen.
Middle Class Abbay Theatrical Trailer
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