Movie : Ami Tumi
Director : Mohan Krishna Indraganti
Music Director : Mani Sharma
Production : A Green Tea Productions
Cinematography : P G Vinda
Starring : Srinivas Avasarala, Adivi Sesh, Eesha, Aditi Myakal
TeluguSquare.com Rating 3.25/5
Deepika (Esha) – Anant (Adavi Sesh) are lovers. But Deepika’s father Janardhan (Tanikella Barani) wishes to marry his daughter to a rich guy from Vizag, Sri Chilipi (Vennela Kishori). Janardhan’s son Vijay (Avasarala Srinivas) also loves the girl named Maya (Aditi). Maya’s father does not agree to for a marriage due to differences with her. always thinks Janardhan his son & daughter getting married of his choice. But Deepika decides to elope & marry Anant. Even Vijay also plan the same. But Maya tells she would marry only with her father’s concern. What happens when Sri Chilipi comes in between them? What twists would take place in Annat and Vijay’s marriages?. Find on the big screen.
Adivi Sesh as Ananth, Avasarala Srinivas as Vijay characters impressed with their performances. Esha, Jana Sesh, Srinivas Avasarala, Tanikella Bharani, Aditi are the key to this film. Especially, Esha, Avasarala, Tanikella Bharani, dialogue delivery in Telangana accent was very good. Sesh has shown his romantic angle. The role of Kumari played by Shyamaladevi is crucial to the film. In addition to Vennela Kishore, the actor who appeared as his assistant was terrific in comedy.
Technically speaking, the director’s hard work is crucial and applaudable. He took all care at the script stage of the film. That’s why the scenes are so enjoyable. The dialogues are like lightning thunders throughout the film. Mani Sharma’s music and PG Vidha’s cinematography also gave strength to the film. Most of the film is shot in just two locations Sheraton hotel suite and at Tanikella Bharani’s house.
Ami Tumi is basically two couples love stories But with the thin line story, the director has done a great deal of work in making the film interesting. The narration and dialogues made the film strong. Director Mohan Krishna Indraganti’s ‘Ashta Chumma’ was reminiscent of the story that revolves around ‘Mahesh’ name. While this film revolves around both the couple’s love and marriage.
The main characters speaking in the Telangana accent has given the film more strength. After induction of all characters, the pace of the film speeds up. Although the fun seems to be getting reduced, the curiosity remains. The concept of confusion drama is entraining. The director’s writing skills appear in every scene. Actors are very important for such films. Director picking up Telugu actor has given half success for the film and the actors have put their experiences in the film. The multiplex audience will thoroughly enjoy the film.
– Some words are very modern
– Pace during initial stage of the film
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