Success escaped Naresh for some time. Naresh chose a remake of Malayalam who worked and said that this film would indeed be different from his previous films and claimed that this would allow him to get the necessary shot. Without further ado, check if the filmaker of Malayalam Prajith, who directed the original (Oru Vadakkan Selfie), recreated the magic or not, and of course, that it ends the Naresh jinx mark or not.
Seenu (Allari Naresh) is a happy man who is very poor in academic circles. He has not been able to complete his engineering curriculum and has 24 arrears. He returns home to Athreyapuram where his family lives and aims to become a filmmaker. In the middle, he falls for his neighbor Sindhu (Nikhila Vimal) who is calm and decent. But he does not meet her and does not express her feelings.
Seenu fights with his father who is a trader and decides to pursue his goal of cinema and leaves in Hyderabad. And then he meets Sindhu on the train in Hyderabad. It is then that Seenu takes a selfie with Sindhu without his knowledge. This selfie changes the whole story. How does this make their life? What is coming their way? How to treat them? That's the essence of the story.
Naresh is as usual. He is at ease as Seenu. He was under the skin of the role without much difficulty. In the second half, it shows a mature performance with subtlety. Nikhila Vimal is fine. She has good prowess. She could join people like Nivetha Thomas, Anupama Parameswaran. Hyper Aadi (Babji) has an important role in the film. He tried to do Jabardasth and yes, a few of his one-liners tickled the funny bones.
Avasarala Srinivas plays an important role in the film that changes the direction of the film's direction. In fact, it turns a medium film into a decent film. All is thanks to Srinivas who tried the role of detective Yugandhar alias Naresh. And there is a surprise element in the film. It is Ravi Babu who has just been seen in a single scene, but the entire film revolves around him - Panyam Uday Bhaskar. He gave a fine finishing touch to the film.
The director Prajith scores the brownie points with Meda Meedha Abbayi while he won the remake without disturbing his plant. The second half was well designed and this is what makes the film different. All the characters were well written and all played well.
Since the entry of Avasarala Srinivas, the film becomes more interesting and engaging as it enters the story. However, the director took a long time to establish the characters. Except this, the film has nothing to do to find a fault. Naresh is good but Avasarala marries the film. The fallout in the second half is worthy of being worthy.
Even the pre-clamor and the apogee were well executed, which made Meda Meeda Abbayi a good watch.