Abbayitho Ammayi Movie Review – Half Baked

Abbayitho Ammayi Movie HotFilm: Abbayitho Ammayi
Cast: Naga Shaurya, Palak Lalwani, Mohan, Tulasi, Rao Ramesh
Music: Ilayaraja
Camera: Shyam K. Naidu
Editing: SR. Shekhar
Producers: Vandana alekhya jakkam, Kiriti potini, Srinivas sammati – 2.75/5

Story :

Abhi (Nagashourya) is desperate for Love , finds a girl Pradhana(Palak Lalvani) through voice chat on social media. Without seeing each other’s face or sharing personal details , both of the become close friends. Not knowingly that they are friends in social media, both become friend in outer world and fall in love .

On one weak moment, both get close to each other and get caught. Pradhan’s father is Rao Ramesh and Abhi’s father is Mohan disowns them from their families. Both of them take refuge in some other’s house.

Abhi come to know that the girls who was crushed in his hands is none other than his social media friend. He gets ready to make sacrifices to see her goal to study in USA gets fulfilled. He starts hating her.

How he get close to her family?, How she reacts when she comes to know the fact?,


Naga shourya transforms into a mature lover from a person who thought that Love is Meeting & Dating, he has excelled in his performance. Palak is a new face, new to acting, her performace is pretty Raw. Rao Ramesh and ‘Mouna Ragam’ Mohan have acted pretty well in some objectionable designed scenes.

Shyam K.Naidu’s cinematography is good, Music by Ilayaraja has shown its mark. However some tunes reminds Raja’s previous compositions. BGM , especially during emotions scenes have held the film. However, more number of songs spoils the plot.

Most of the scenes are dragged and every character comes up with punch dialogues looks artificial. The movie lacks clarity as the characters in the film are not well scripted. Naga Shourya odd behaviour after breakup, Heroine’s step mother character, Rao ramesh’s transformation are not well narrated. The movie has to be watched with lot of patience. Like the characters in the film , even the audience feels like ‘passing of a second’ looks like  ‘a decade’. Director Ramesh Varma, should have taken more care in preparing the script and executing it properly. The first half looks interesting but the second half is spoiled.

Average Film