Middle Class Love, the most anticipate teenage tale got onboard today. The tale revolve around a boy from the middle class finds his way to a brighter life. But life isn’t simple, and love is, well, complicated. Middle-Class Love, the latest film by Anubhav Sinha, plays with this idea in the movie. Actor Prit Kamani is dissatisfied with his middle-class lifestyle and his father’s miserliness (Manoj Pahwa). His life changes when he signs up in an exclusive university and finds himself pulled to a sought-after girl, who is portrayed by Kavya Thapar.But when Prit Kamani started having feelings for yet other girl, Eisha Singh, the plot of the film takes on a love triangle twist. Together, the three characters go on a journey of love and sorrow that is paced like a coming-of-age tale. The tale is a simple classic college love story which involves a trio. The connectability and focus is more inclined towards the teens of today and hence the screenplay is such a way that it will oave way through the hearts of college students. The direction is also fine and the dialogues are even upto the mark. The main issue lies with the target audience and hence the movie does not reaches or is suitable for a wide variety of audiences. So keeping all the segment in mind the movie is slated to have a 2.5 star rating out of 5.
Ratnaa Sinha, who earlier oversaw the chick flick drama Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana starring Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Kharbanda, is the director of Middle-Class Love. Himesh Reshammiya created the soundtrack for the movie, which was produced by Anubhav Sinha and Zee Studios.After Middle-Class Love, Anubhav Sinha’s next film, Bheed, starring Rajkummar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar, is most likely to be released. Anek, starring Ayushmann Khurrana, was his most recent film which did not work so well commercially.While Prit Kamani last appeared in a major motion picture with Shahid Kapoor in Jersey, this is Eisha Singh and Kavya Thapar’s first Hindi-language feature film.