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Allari Naresh's Aa Okkati Adakku Review

Movie: Aa Okkati Adakku
Rating: 2/5
Allari Naresh, Faria Abdullah, Vennela Kishore, Jamie Lever, Viva Harsha, Ariyana Glory and others
Director: Malli Ankam
Produced By: Rajiv Chilaka
Release Date: 3rd May 2024


Ganapathi, a government official, has been tirelessly searching for a suitable bride for many years and is eager to get married. In his pursuit, he joins Happy Matrimony and meets Sidhi there. While Ganapathi sees Sidhi as his potential life partner, she doesn't feel the same way. As time passes, the startling truth about the Happy Matrimony firm is revealed, causing unexpected twists in the story. Did Ganapathi find his soulmate? Was he able to uncover the true culprits behind the matrimony scam? Answers to these questions form the rest of the story.


Allari Naresh plays a comedy role after a gap, displaying flawless timing in a few scenes, but his character and performance could have been far better if not for his lifeless characterization. Faria Abdullah did get a multifaceted character, but her character was not correctly handled, which made her performance ineffective. The contributions of supporting actors Vennela Kishore, Harsh Chemudu, and Jamie Lever slightly add to the film's humor.

What Worked For The Film:

The movie portrays the realities faced by contemporary families, with a particular focus on the institution of marriage. It presents various scenarios that delve into the customs and standards associated with marriage in present-day society. The initial sequences work well and spread a few laughs. The final portions of the film offer some emotional impact. 

What Did Not Work For The Film:

For the kind of plot the director has chosen, the emotions and fun parts should go hand in hand, which does not happen in Aa Okkati Adakku. Except for a few scenes and dialogues, most of the film goes on a random phase without allowing audiences to feel or connect with the proceedings. The entire track of Raja Chembrolu was handled very poorly. Also, the track between Allari Naresh and Jami Liver was dealt with ordinarily, which could have lifted the entire film if properly handled. 

Aa Okkati Adakku Review And Verdict:

Aa Okkati Adakku tries to combine humor with a relevant social message. Allari Naresh's performance, few scenes, and climax work for the film, while the inconsistent narrative and lack of emotional connection work against it and make it a bland affair. 

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