Ammu Telugu Movie Revie – 123telugu

Release Date : October 19, 2022 Rating : 3/5
Starring: Aishwarya Lekshmi, Naveen Chandra, Bobby Simha, Raghu Babu, Satya, Maala Parvathy, Prem Sagar
Director: Charukesh Sekar
Producers: Kaarthekeyen Santhanam, Kalyana Subramanian, Karthik Subbaraj
Music Director : Bharath Shankar
Cinematography : Apoorva Shaligram
Editor : Radha Sridhar
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Amazon Prime Video’s first-ever Telugu original Ammu has created a good buzz with its teasers. It has been released today. Let’s see how the movie is.
Ammu (Aishwarya Lekshmi), ties the knot with Ravindranath (Naveen Chandra), a police officer. As days pass by, Ravindranath abuses Ammu both physically and mentally. A helpless Ammu bears everything until she meets a criminal named Prabhu (Bobby Simha) and comes up with a plan to get free from her husband. What is that plan? Why did she seek Prabhu’s help? Did she succeed? That forms the story.
Plus Points
The director Charukesh Sekar takes a good story that is relatable to the majority of people in our society. Alongside, he narrates it in a decent manner. Aishwarya Lekshmi is the show stealer of Ammu. She fits the role well and her performance as a helpless housewife who faces domestic violence is solid. Be it her emotions or the courage she faces to deal with her husband, Lakshmi aces it.
Naveen Chandra delivers his finest performance as an egoistic and sadistic husband, who thinks it is his right to control his wife. The variations he showed in many scenes make the audience know what a capable actor he is. Bobby Simha gets a neat role again and he excels with his subtle performance.
Ammu has some hard-hitting dialogues and thanks to Padmavathi Malladi for penning such wonderful lines. Satya, Prem Sagar, and Raghu Babu give their best in their supporting roles. The backdrop of the film is quite impressive.
Minus Points
The first half is decent but some unnecessary lag in the first half down the tempo. Some repeated scenes could have been trimmed to make the film a crisp one. Writing a few emotional scenes for Bobby Simha’s character could have made the film more engaging for the audience.
Bobby Simha’s role is brought in to help the heroine. A proper reason should have been showcased for him to help the heroine. The story is a bit predictable and runs on a familiar thread for the most part.
Technical Aspects
Charukesh Sekar scores good marks as a director than a writer. He makes Ammu a watchable film by writing a neat screenplay. Padmavathi Malladi needs to be appreciated for writing thought-provoking dialogues. The cinematography and music are fine, and the editing could have been crisp. The production design, camera work, and gritty visuals hold your attention.
On the whole, Ammu is a film that showcases the domestic violence against women in our society. Impeccable performances by Aishwarya Lekshmi and Naveen Chandra are praiseworthy and major assets of the film. Barring a few lags in the first half and a predictable storyline, the film is decent and can be streamed without any second thought. Rating: 3/5
Reviewed by 123telugu Team
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