Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali Review: Heavy Potion

Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali Review: Heavy Potion

Movie: Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali
evaluation: 2/5
Benchmark Studios
spit: Sudhir Babu, Krithi Shetty, Venila Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna, Avasarala, Srikanth Iyengar, and others
Music: Vivek Sagar
cinematography: PG Vinda
editor: Marthand K Venkatesh
Art Director: Sahi Suresh
Producers: B Mahendra Babu, Kiran Balabali
Director: Mahana Krishna Indraganti
Release date: September 16, 2022

Director Indraganti Mohana Krishna and Sudheer Babu collaborated for the third time after ‘Sammohanam’ and ‘V’. Their latest movie also featured the latest Krithi Shetty sensation. Amid low promotions, the movie hit cinemas.

Let’s find out its advantages and disadvantages.

a story:
Navin (Sudhir Babu), a film director known for providing blockbuster films, encounters a video of a beautiful girl. He decided to cast it in his next movie and was looking for it. Turns out she’s a doctor.

Dr. Alkhia (Krithi Shetty) has little interest in acting. Her family died against the film and film industry.

Why hate and her family have such an aversion? Why Naveen insists on choosing her in his next movie? How does he change my brother’s mind?

Artist Shows:
In the role of commercial director, Sudhir Babu showed the necessary confidence and arrogance. He put in a decent performance, but his disposition in emotional sequences in the second half fell short. The movie is about “the illiterate” and it is well directed by Krithi Shetty.

Vennela Kishore as Sudheer Babu’s co-director offers some laughs. Rahul Ramakrishna does a neat job. Srikanth Aiynger like Krithi Shetty’s father is fine.

Technical Excellence:
Photographer PG Vinda gel with this subject. Vivek Sagar’s music is weak. Recently, he gives monotonous tones. It failed with the background result as well. The editor had to be firm in ruling out the long and slow pace.

The last half of the hour
separator evolution

Uneven first half
poor writing

Like director Indraganti Mohana Krishna’s previous film ‘Sammohanam’, ‘Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali’ (AAGMC) attempts to dispel some misconceptions about the film industry.

In the face of the Telugu film industry, AAGMC starts on a slow note. The first hour is entirely devoted to Sudheer Babu’s directorial efforts and efforts to convince heroine Krithi Shetty to become the lead actress in his film.

The first hour is filled with comedic periods, two songs, and a boring romantic track. Even the pre-interval, the film tests patience.

With a flat and thin premise, the director tried really hard to get our attention but only a few parts do the magic, and the rest is pretty boring.

The movie has an interesting time-lapse twist regarding the heroine’s character. This is a bit surprising. Once again, the emotional impulse of the movie emerges when Sudhir Babu reveals his past memories. These two episodes – Twist and Flashback by Sudhir Babu – feature in the film.

Indragante’s slow narration kills the mood after Sudhir Babu’s flashback story ends. The heavy feeling at the climax leaves us with mixed feelings.

At the end of the film, there is a fight scene in which a film journalist and a senior film producer are involved. These sequences are not only out of sync with the current trend, but they also add length to the runtime. The film needs a lot of trimming. Screenwriting and editing aren’t sharp in many places.

All in all, “Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali” has two working parts. But all in all, it turned out to be a terrible case. With a few entertaining parts and a lack of catchy songs, the movie makes for heavy viewing.

minimum: very boring

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