Ammu Telugu Movie Review & Ratings

Ammu Telugu Movie Review: Aishwarya Lekshmi, who is unfamiliar with Telugu audiences but has been seen in some dubbed films such as “Jagame Thandiram”, “Gargi” also appeared in a starring role alongside Satyadev in “Godse”, which was recently released in theaters. His new movie “Ammu” with Naveen Chandra is available to stream from today on Amazon Prime. Let’s go into the detailed review of this movie to find out if this drama is worth streaming on Amazon Prime video.

Review of the film Ammu Telugu

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History

Amudha aka Ammu falls in love with a police officer named Ravi. She bonds with him and leads a happy life for a few days. But a few days later, she observes a change in Ravi’s behavior. Ravi then starts torturing Ammu for all stupid reasons. Displeased by the abuse and violence at home, ammu decides to destroy Ravi’s future by making him lose his job. The situations that arise there after the rest of the story forms.

Cast and crew

Ammu Movie’s cast includes Aishwarya Lekshmi, Naveen Chandra, Bobby Simha, Maala Parvathi, Darbha Appaji Ambarisha, Raghu Babu, Satya Krishnan, Anjali Ameer, Pramodhini and others. This film is directed by Charukesh Sekar and produced by Kaarthekeyen Santhanam, Kalyana Subramanian, Karthik Subbaraj. Bharat Shankar composed the music and photography is curated by Apoorva Shaligram.

Movie name Ammu
Director Charukesh Sekar
Music director Bharat Shankar
Producer Kaarthekeyen Santhanam, Kalyana Subramanian, Karthik Subbaraj
Genre Drama
Launch Aishwarya Lekshmi, Naveen Chandra, Bobby Simha, Maala Parvathi, Darbha Appaji Ambarisha, Raghu Babu, Satya Krishnan, Anjali Ameer, Pramodhini
Cinematography Apoorva Shaligram

Verdict of the film

Ammu’s film has an interesting point to explore on screen. Domestic abuse is something that is seen in most families in India, many films have tried to provocatively establish this point with a message, but Ammu has something new in the story. She tries to educate women about their rights while also reminding them of how powerful they are and how capable they are. There are many scenes that are traceable to real-life situations that we look at in and around our families.

Ammu’s film takes its time to slowly establish the characters and then focuses on their behaviors, building the needed intensity into the scenes. While the film might seem a little dragged into some scenes, it does have some appreciable moments. The film ended with a good message.

While it comes to acting, Aishwarya Lekshmi gave a noteworthy performance in the role of Ammu. She managed to show emotions in some scenes. Naveen Chandra is an underrated actor in Telugu, he can play any kind of role he is offered. He excelled in Ravi’s role as a cruel husband and police officer. Bobby Simha is another good actor, very little used. Even if his character has less screen time, he will definitely make a mark as an actor. Maala Parvathi, Raghu Babu and all the other actors did their part as required for the story.

Technically Ammu looks fine. The music and soundtrack composed by Bharat Shankar fit the atmosphere of the film. Apoorva Shaligram’s photography is decent with some dark colors added to the frames creating the dark atmosphere required for the genre. Radha Sridhar’s montage is sharp. Production values ​​are as good as required for the film’s plot.

Director Charukesh Sekar manages to some extent to establish the unheard-of stories of domestic abuse in Indian society, but the director could have made the film a little more intense to reach more audiences.

Overall, Ammu is a good try with some good scenes that are recognizable. You can stream this movie on Prime if you like watching social dramas.

Plus points:

  • Point of the story
  • Recognizable scenes
  • Acting

Negative points:

  • Few dragged scenes
  • Over dose of drama (few scenes)

Rating: 2.75 / 5

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