But Santosh is an odd man out. You all can watch this movie because it has great scripting and all the viewers are going to love this flick. Rao Ramesh and Suman go on to become arch rivals. There was a time when the joint family headed by Chalapathi Rao was an epitome of familial unity. She is relegated to one among the many artists present on the screen.
He his looks perfect in Santhosh role. Performances: Naga Shourya has done the fabulous job he impresses with his performance. But, this movie is made in a touching way. Cast: Naga Shaurya, Shamili Director : Sundar Surya Producer : Rajesh Music Director : Kalyan Koduri Cinematographer : Rasool Ellore Editor : J. Final Verdict- The movie is going to be a good deal at the box office and the production work is awesome in the movie. Telugu cinema seems to have made a promise to make at least one family film a year.
The clash occurs because of property sharing and seeing them quarrel for money, Surya Narayana Chalapathi Rao gets very upset and dies. Plot Rao Ramesh and Suman are brothers-in-law. After Surya Narayana's death, the family members start their own journeys and cut off all the contacts. Click here to share on Facebook- Listen on Apple Music- Audio also available on: JioSaavn- Gaana- Wynk- Spotify- Movie: Ammammagarillu Banner: Swajith Movies Producer: Rajesh Co-Producer: K. One fine day, Santosh gets a chance to visit Ammamma as decides to distribute the property. She does well in a tomboy role and her energy levels are good.
Rao Ramesh had done a good job he his impress with his mannerisms, body language and showing a different kind of expressions and emotions. Did his idea work out? Everyone comes to the house, after 20 years, with the sole intention of getting their own share. Star Performance Naga Shourya plays his role casually and the character suits him well too. The background score is fine, but one may feel that a few scenes could have come out even better if proper care was taken towards the re-recording. There are no standout moments or any great chemistry with the lead, though.
While the film does have its moments where nostalgia hits you right in the gut, the unnecessary badgering of moral values and predictability of how all this will end makes it an okay ride. His intention of giving a family message has been overshadowed by the unnecessary emotional track between the key characters. Although the dialogues are good, they are repetitive and irritate the audiences. All the while, the 'Maradalu' played by Shamili, who makes a comeback waits for an opportunity to teach the hero a lesson. Despite the flawed writing, Naga Shaurya and most others do a fine job as actors. He carries his part effortlessly without ever going overboard.
Production standards from Rajesh are in fact good. Seetha Maha Lakshmi Sumithra becomes witness to the steady deterioration of family ties. Still, even giving away all the leeway, fails in two key aspects. Few would fail even doing that, but luckily Naga Shaurya is not among them. P: Rasool Ellore Music Label: Aditya Music. The cinematography could have been way better. The whole film makes for a rather passive watch, failing to engage the audience much.
By family films, I purely mean the largeness of the cast where members of a well-to-do family sing-and-dance, resolve their differences, shed tears as part of a nostalgic tribute and so on. He wants to bring together his egotistic uncle Rao Ramesh , gold-loving aunt Hema , unsmiling workaholic uncle Sivaji Raja and another money-minded uncle Ravi Prakash to cheer his grand mom Sumithra up. The mother, at this point, reluctantly retraces her steps and fades into a corner. Shamili looks good and her performance too. In the process, she almost looks like a vamp. How Santosh Naga Shourya makes her dream come true is what the film is all about? Some moments come with originality. Sumitra as a grandmother is good in her role.
After his death, the brothers and sisters all go their own way, irrespective of not getting the money. His repartee and mean-spiritedness add pep to the dull proceedings. Story: A serious feud between Ravi Babu Rao Ramesh and his brother-in-law Suman keeps both the families away for 20 long years. Roles and Performances: This movie is a proof that an actor like Rao Ramesh is like a spinal cord for family emotions and related sequences. And she keeps on doing it even when he is banished from the grandma's house! Verdict: The family entertainer falls flat for reasons ranging from cliches to melodrama and predictability. The real scene stealer and the highlight of the movie concerning performance is Rao Ramesh.