Ami Tumi Review

Deepika (Eesha) and Ananth (Adivi Sesh) are in love but Deepika's father, Janardhan (Tanikella Bharani) wants to marry his daughter to Sri Chilipi (Vennela Kishore), a rich lad from Vizag. Janardhan's son Vijay (Avasarala Srinivas) in love with Maya (Aditi) whose father frauds Janardhan in Business. Deepika and Vijay decides to run away from the house and get married to their choices. What happens next in their love story and what happens after Sri Chilipi comes in their lives forms the next.


All the main cast have done well in the roles they are offered. Eesha, Avasarala and Tanikella Bharani were impressive in Telangana Accent which invoked humour. Adivi Sesh is good in a romantic role. Shyamala Devi is impressive. Vennela Kishore shouldered the movie all himself.


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aganti Mohana Krishna is the key for the movie as he had written his script perfectly for the film and the scenes are also well-written. Dialogues have worked out big time. PG Vinda's Camera Work and Mani Sharma's Music have complimented the film well.


The movie has got a wafer-thin story involving two love stories. But the director's pen ensured that there is a well-written script backing the story. The film is slow initially but picks pace once all the characters are introduced. Vennela Kishore's introduction takes the fun ride to the next level. Even though, there are some logic deviations, the movie ends up as a one time watchable fun entertainer.

The film is slow initially but picks pace once all the characters are introduced. Vennela Kishore's introduction takes the fun ride to the next level. Even though, there are some logic deviations, the movie ends up as a one time watchable fun entertainer. (2.5) - NR


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