Abbayitho Ammayi Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Music Director:
- Ramesh Varma
- The comedy in the movie is pretty good.
- Raj Tarun’s voice over is a major asset of the movie.
- Soundtrack by Ilayaraja is appealing.
- The first half is engrossing.
- The rapport between Nagashourya and Palak has been delivered well.
- The cinematography of Shyam K Naidu of is outstanding.
- The visuals in the movie are a feast for the eyes.
- Certain songs could have been avoided.
- The movie lacks clearness at certain points.
- Certain roles could have been crafted well.
Naga Shourya wants to experience fun in life. He is also glued to social networking sites and is way bent in flirting with young girls. At this phase of his life, he happens to befriend a simple girl. Here then, he also gets attracted towards Palak Lalwani and develops a close association with her.
Well, there should be a twist right? Naga Shourya and Abhi are found in a delicate situation and both the families severe relationships with them. Well, what happens next? Just go to your favorite theater and find out.
Naga Shourya is at his energetic best, and his dancing is commendable. He is the typical lover boy for you. Palak Lalwani is glamorous in modern dresses and also does a great job with the difficult role that she is offered. Mohan shows a seasoned performance, and there is a lot of intensity in his character. Tulsi and Rao Ramesh have done a convincing job.
The movie has the family elements intact. It has a contemporary theme but Ramesh Varma, the director, could have presented it well. However, he bounces back in the second half.
What’s not there?
The screenplay lacks luster and is quite mundane. However, you can just give Abbayitho Ammayi a try for the message that it delivers on friendship and love.