A (Ad Infinitum) Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Ugandar Muni
- Preity Asrani
- Music Composer:
- Vijay Kurakula
- Nithin Prasanna
- The story is different and the stars had given a decent performance
- Good attempt by Ugandar Muni
- BGM gels well with the script
- Too many scenes make us feel congested
- Slow narration in certain areas
A (Ad Infinitum) is a thriller movie based on science directed by Ugandar Muni. Geetha Minsala produced the film. The film has Nithin Prasanna, Preity Asrani, Baby Deevana and Rangadham in main roles. Vijay Kurakula composed the music.
Sanjeev is married to Pallavi. He is a receptionist and she is a nurse. Sanjeev – Pallavi has a daughter, Amruta. Sanjeev’s mind wobbles as he couldn’t remember anything before he meets Pallavi. He has a friend, a journalist. Sanjeev decides to seek his help to know about his past. Vishnu, a cop, is dealing with a child abduction case. In what way does Sanjeev relate to the case? The rest of the story speaks about it.
Nithin and Preity had performed pretty well. They had neither over acted nor stood without any expressions.
Director Ugandar Muni has made a different attempt and this has worked out a bit positively for him. Although the stars performed well and their characters are depicted decently, certain draggy scenes and the slow narration let the film down. As there a series of scenes made, people couldn’t follow it patiently. The BGM and cinematography are decent.
What’s Not There?
The film has a different storyline and some good performances. If we omit those negatives and watch the film, it is definitely a one-time watch!