Vijay Deverakonda took to social media to share his thoughts about his brother Anand Deverakonda’s Middle Class Melodies. In a statement, he appreciated his brother, actress Varsha Bollamma, director Vinod Ananthoju and the entire team for gifting a charming film. Middle Class Melodies marks Anand Deverakonda’s second Telugu film. The slice-of-drama film released directly on Amazon Prime Video on November 20.
Vijay Deverakonda penned a long statement in which he appreciated the cast and crew of Middle Class Melodies. He called it a really special film and showered praises on director Vinod Ananthoju for penning a strong script. He also added that he will always have Vinod’s back.
The Arjun Reddy actor wrote, “Beautifully written and directed by this young boy Vinod Anantoju, i love you, i can see how much this comes from you – you have made your presence and talent felt in the film industry and i will have your back always. Terrific first film kadu, terrific any film (sic).”
Vijay Deverakonda then appreciated the supporting cast and called them the best in recent times. He also thanked director Tharun Bhascker who played a cameo role in the film.
Speaking about Varsha, Vijay Deverakonda said that she lights up the screen. He wrote, “What’s with these Coorgi girls, their big eyes, looking terribly cute and delivering terrific performances – you just light up the screen Bollamma.”
By Coorgi girls, he also referred to Rashmika Mandanna, who hails from Coorg. Rashmika had acted with Vijay Deverakonda in Geetha Govindam and Dear Comrade.
Vijay Deverakonda revealed that he is a proud brother after watching Middle Class Melodies with his family at his home. He showered appreciation on his brother Anand and applauded him for choosing scripts like these.
He wrote, “And my little boy-Raghava/ Anand Deverakonda, you have made me proud as a brother, and I am so proud of the choices you are making, the stories you choose to be part of and bring to life, you are creating your own path and I hope you continue to bring more new stories, directors, actors along with you.”