Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali - Boring Romantic Drama

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Rating: 2.25/5

Cast - Sudheer Babu, Krithi Shetty

Directed by Mohana Krishna Indraganti

Written by Mohana Krishna Indraganti

Produced by B. Mahendra Babu, Kiran Ballapalli

Cinematography P. G. Vinda

Edited by Marthand K. Venkatesh

Music by Vivek Sagar

Production companies Benchmark Studios, Mythri Movie Makers

Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali is a romantic drama directed by Indraganti Mohana Krishna, with Sudheer Babu and Krithi Shetty in lead roles.

Naveen is a film director who is on a hit spree with double hat-trick hits. But he wants to make something different from the usual formulaic movies. And in the process, he meets Alekhya, An Eye Doctor, and wants to cast her as a heroine, but Alekhya hates movies and people who work in the film industry. Will he be able to convince her or not? What happens to their journey is the rest of the movie.

The movie starts on a very ordinary note and proceeds in the same mode too. But it has its moments with a few fun parts working and an emotional scene regarding the impact of movies on the Audience. After that, the movie ends with a nice twist towards the midpoint.

The Flashback of Alekhya and the reason for her hatred towards films was well explained, but the whole episode lacked any significant amount of emotional impact.

The romance track between Naveen and Alekhya lacked the connection though the director intended to add emotional backing and reasoning to it. The idea of mixing shooting part and love portions looked good at the beginning but couldn't maintain the flow. 

After that continuous overboard emotional scenes come repeatedly but they don't deliver the desired result. Instead of making us feel for the characters, they turned out to be unintentionally funny.

The climax comes better at first but even it also didn't provide the right feel because the connection between the reel and real life was not conveyed properly.

Sudheer Babu was fine, Krithi Shetty got a better amount of scope to perform and she was good. Vennela Kishore provided a few laughs. Srikanth Iyengar, Talaivasal Vijay, Avasarala Srinivas, and others were alright.

Dialogues were neat. Music by Vivek Sagar couldn't help the movie. The songs were not great, but the background score was okay.

Overall, the director's intentions were honest but they weren't translated onto the screen. Only a few moments of fun and good dialogue work for the movie.

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