Middle-Class Love, starring Prit Kamani, Kavya Thapar, Eisha Singh, Manoj Pahwa, and others, was directed by Ratnaa Sinha. It was launched today with little fanfare and runs for two hours and two minutes. The film draws its inspiration from "Student of the Year," and by casting outsiders, it opens doors for fresh actors. It conveys a strong message with valuable life lessons, however, the film's execution is lacking.
You might criticize Karan Johar's style of filmmaking, yet even in that genre, mastery demands extraordinary talent. This could be done with good intentions. However, it has found no takers at the box office. Middle-Class box office collection day 2 report is out now.
|Day 1 (Fri)||Sept 16||₹0.50 Cr|
|Day 2 [Sat)||Sept 17||₹0.60 Cr|
Kavya Thapar and Eisha Singh both provide bad performances in the movie. They merely have a lovely appearance, that's all. It's unfortunate that they have this opportunity, yet they utterly fail. Prit Kamani does a good job of holding the audience's interest. It was amateurishly edited and terribly shot.
Ratnaa Sinha, though, is the one who really falls short; it's hard to imagine she made her directorial debut with the intriguing Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana. This time she completely fails, leading one to wonder why she tried the genre in which she felt so out of place.