Ami Thumi Movie Review -3/5
Cast: Avasarala Srinivas, Adivi Sesh, Vennela Kishore, Eesha Rebba and Aditi Myakal
Director: Mohan Krishna Indraganti
Producer: K C Narasimha Rao
Music: Mani Sharma
Mohana Krishna Indraganti is one of the finest directors in Telugu industry as it picks up promising scripts to present on the silver screen. His last offering Gentleman was blockbuster hit now, he came up with complete comedy entertainer Ami Thumi which has Vennela Kishore, Adivi Sesh, and Srinivasa Avasarala. Today, it has hit the screens, let’s check out the content and performances of the star cast.
Gangadhar Rao (Tanikella Bharani) wants his children to heed his words and be disciplined. But, his daughter Esha falls in love with Adivi Sesh. Gangadhar does not like her affair. So, he plans a wedding with Sreechilipi(Vennela Kishore) but she opposes her father. Gangadhar’s son Srinivas Avasarala loves his enemy’s daughter and wants to get married to her.
Gangadhar disapproves his wish to marry her. As He frustrates with his children and their choice of marriages, he will house arrest his daughter. How his daughter and son will manage things and get married to their respected lovers is the rest of the story.
Vennela Kishore’s performance is outstanding in Ami Thumi. His comedy is up to the mark and audiences enjoy a lot in theaters. His punch dialogues and timing is superb. Especially funny English phrases that he uses are hilarious.
Tannikells Bharani is apt for the role that he played as a strict father. His conversation with Vennela and his daughter are remarkable on the silver screen. Esha is cute and impressive in her role. Aditi did a good job.
Indraganti has taken a simple story and written good comedy in very scene. But narration goes very slow at many places which make audiences feel tedious. Since script and dialogues are written in urban nature, B and C center masses might not evince interest to watch it. One way or other, comedy is the main plot and Vennela Kishore carried it well. But, Srinivasa Avasarala and Adavi Sesh could not give their best to amuse comedy lovers. However, it is good comedy caper finally to watch in the beginning of rainy season.
Mohana Krishna’s dialogues are commendable as he wrote with a lot of satirical humor. Music is neat and impressive. Mani Sharma’s background score goes with the flow and offers the comedy touch at every stage of the film. cinematography is decent and visually entertaining. Mohana Krishna’s directorial skills are appreciable once again with this film Ami Thumi. The screenplay is quite good and crisp. Production values are pretty good.
Overall, Ami Tumi is a decent comedy entertainer and it would work out well in multiplexes as it has urban comedy. When it comes to B and C centers, we need to wait and see.