Aishwarya Lekshmi’s Ammu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Ammu Movie Review: Aishwarya Lekshmi, who is obscure to Telugu audiences, has appeared in a few dubbed films, including “Jagame Thandiram” and “Gargi.” She also starred opposite Satyadev in the recently released film “Godse.” Let’s take a close look at this drama to see if it’s worth your time to watch it on Amazon Prime Video.

Ammu Movie Review

Story

Amudha, or “Ammu” as he is more widely called, falls in love with Ravi, a police officer. For a while, she is happy after marrying him. But a few days later, she notices a shift in Ravi’s demeanor. When Ammu protests, Ravi starts torturing her for no reason. Ammu, tired of the constant violence and abuse at home, try to ruin Ravi’s future by making him quit his job. What happens next makes up the bulk of the story.

Cast & Crew

Aishwarya Lekshmi, Naveen Chandra, Bobby Simha, Maala Parvathi, Darbha Appaji Ambarisha, Raghu Babu, Satya Krishnan, Anjali Ameer, and Pramodhini are only some of the actors and actresses featured in the Ammu Movie. Charukesh Sekar helmed the film, and Kaarthekeyen Santhanam, Kalyana Subramanian, and Karthik Subbaraj served as producers. Soundtrack by Bharat Shankar; Apoorva Shaligram, director.

Movie Name Ammu
Director Charukesh Sekar
Music Director Bharat Shankar
Producer Kaarthekeyen Santhanam, Kalyana Subramanian, Karthik Subbaraj
Genre Drama
Cast Aishwarya Lekshmi, Naveen Chandra, Bobby Simha, Maala Parvathi, Darbha Appaji Ambarisha, Raghu Babu, Satya Krishnan, Anjali Ameer, Pramodhini
Cinematography Apoorva Shaligram

Movie Verdict

The film Ammu delves into a fascinating idea. The great majority of Indian homes are impacted by domestic violence. There have been other movies with similar intentions, but none with a story as original as Ammu’s. Its purpose is to encourage women by highlighting their strengths and informing them of their legal protections. There are many parallels between what we see in our homes and the world outside.

Ammu’s scene intensity is just right because it introduces its characters slowly and then zeroes in on what they’re doing. The film has a number of memorable moments, despite a few drawn-out sequences. At the end of the film, a powerful message was delivered.

Aishwarya Lekshmi gave a brilliant performance as Ammu. She was effective at making people feel things on multiple occasions. It’s a shame that Naveen Chandra, a talented Telugu actor, isn’t given more credit for his versatility. Excellent work as the stern cop and devoted husband Ravi. It’s a waste of Bobby Simha’s considerable acting ability that he rarely gets much stage time. Even if he only has a small role, he will make an indelible impression. Actors like Maala Parvathi, Raghu Babu, and others played out the events as directed.

Technically, Ammu seems to be fine. Bharat Shankar scored and composed the film’s soundtrack. The cinematography by Apoorva Shaligram is fine; she uses some gloomy tones to set the mood, which is fitting for the film’s topic. Radha Sridhar’s editing style shines through. High production qualities are present because they are required by the film’s story.

While director Charukesh Sekar achieves some of his goals in bringing attention to the issue of domestic violence in India, he could have done more to make the film compelling.

The work in its whole, Ammu, is admirable and even has some moving moments. This film is available on Amazon Prime to those who enjoy social dramas.

Plus Points:

  • Story Point
  • Relatable scenes
  • Acting

Minus Points:

  • Few dragged scenes
  • Over dose of Drama (Few scenes)

Rating: 2.75/5

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