(Sangeeta) is an orphan staying in working women's hostel.
Madhav (Aditya Om) is the only earning member in a family
that consists of six members. Haarikia and Madhav get
married due to certain circumstances. Two sisters of
Madhav also tie knot during that time. Due to certain
reasons, the first night of Madhav - Haarika gets postponed
every time. The parents of Madhav blame Haarika for
every mistake in their household. The rest of the film
is all about how their family members recognize and
acknowledge the golden heart of Haarika.
is average as the male lead. The dubbing artist of hero
Venu dubbed Aditya's voice. Sangeeta
is pretty impressive as an understanding wife and a
longing family member. Brahmanandam
and Sunil get a major share
in comedy scenes. All most all the comedy actors are
present in this film. Kovai Sarala
is hyperactive, as usual. We see Padmanabham
on Telugu screen after a long gap in a small role. Oomph
girl Radhika Chowdary had
to settle for Sunil. Shakeela is paired up with Padmanabham.
If Raja Vannemreddy has made 'wife beating' a laughing
stock with Brahmanandam role in KVLR; he resorted to
'parents beating' in this film.
This film is a remake of Tamil film titled 'Middle Class
Madhavan'. Like the 3 husband roles in innumerable films
(KVLR, Tirumala Tirupati Venkatesa, Sandade Sandadi,
Srirama Chandrulu etc), this film too has three lead
pairs. This film explores the lifestyle and thinking
pattern of middle class and lower middle class families.
- direction: Screenplay and direction by Raja Vannemreddy
is OK. He resorted to crude comedy so that it would
appeal to the masses at B and C centers. His orientation
is total mass..
departments: Music by Ghantadi
Krishna is passable. Photography by Vijaya
Kumar is OK. Dialogues by Gangotri
Viswanath are crude and senseless at times. Chalapati
has a catchword - 'Naa Aasu lodi'. Here is one dialogue
conversation between Sunil and Radhika Chowdary
Neeku aada pilla kaavala? Maga pilla kaavla?
Radhika: Naaku kukka pilla kaavali
Sunil: vooo. Aithe I will try my level best (and
jumps on her)
MIEIMIET is an out and out mass middle class film that
is stuffed with crude (disgusting, at times) comedy.
First night scenes between lead pair in this film has
striking similarities with an episode in '6 pativratalu'.
The front benchers would definitely enjoy the flick.
This film would have good run in B and C centers. The
success of this film would depend on how family viewers