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Times of India
Synopsis: Aditya (Tarun Shetty) falls for Priya (Avanthika Mishra), his junior in college and the soon get into a relationship. Then a series of fights follow and an eventual break up. Will they patch up? Or has the distance between them grown too much?
Adi is introduced as the happy-go-lucky and good-for-nothing college boy who loves gaming and Priya is the conventionally ideal girl, who excels in studies, goes to temples and loves shopping. Over some cute montages, they fall in love with each other. Like for any other couple, the honeymoon phase ends. They decide to take a break, and as the distance grows, misunderstandings do too. How they end up together despite all odds is what forms the story.
Quite the usual story but the saving grace was the narration which was kept intact through the 2 hours and 8 minutes run-time. The comedy was clean and was a breath of fresh air from the slapstick humour that plagues small cinema. Hussain Sha Kiran delivered in terms of direction while the cinematography added to the same.
While Tarun and Avanthika's acting skills were evidently amateur, Kireeti Damaraju stood out in terms of acting, and comic timing. Jenny's role was non-existent and felt like quite a force-fit. Tarun's dialogue delivery though was indeed cringe-worthy. The first half of the movie could pass off as a musical, considering how many songs were crammed into it. The parental relationships sure were portrayed realistically without going the "too-strict" or the "too-friendly-to-be-true" path.
Meeku Meere Maku Meme is a teenage love story and the movie is just as predictable. The story goes around in circles just like the characters in it. The humour doesn't go amiss. Certainly an honest effort by Hussain, but you'd expect a lot more from someone who wrote
However, it's a laid back, easy-to-watch film.