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Rating: 3/5
Sri Ranjith Movies
Cast: Sumanth Ashwin, Esha
Music: Kalyani Koduri
Director: Indraganti Mohana Krishna
Producer: Damodar Prasad
Release date: 23/08/2013

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Anthaku Mundu Aa Tarvatha Movie hit or flop results

Sumanth Ashwin, the son of famous producer M.S. Raju had forgettable debut with TOONEGA, TOONEGA, and the director Indraganti Mohana Krishna too waiting for a big commercial break, the two joined together for AMAT, let’s see how the movie fares well at BO.

Anil (Sumanth Ashwin) is a happy going guy who believes in enjoying all the pleasure in life before getting marriedas he has own reasons behind this. He meets Ananya (Eesah) in Hyderabad and in the process; he falls in love with her. She also starts liking him but, her parents (Ravi Babu and Madhoo) had a relation issues despite getting married and hence they decide to have live-in-relationship before getting married. Rest of the story is whether they get married at the end or not.

Sumanth Ashwin is very good-looking and is on high energy levels but need to work on emotional scenes and he has the ability to make it to a big league.

Eesha is very cute and good voice, she is very glamorous and promising as an actor, she can be next big heroine if planned her career properly.

Madhoo (Madhubala) is back after a long time and performed well.

Comedian Srinivas Avasarala is one such talent who has got bundles of energy but he has not been used fully by any one till date. He was hilarious in few scenes.

Rao Ramesh, Ravi Babu, Rohini, Jhansi are adequate.


Lack of sufficient humor
Emotional scenes not properly handled

The director has come up with a subject that is almost alien to Telugu audiences, though it is quite common in Bollywood. Live-in-relationships have become quite common these days with the BPO culture.

The director projected the value of human relations and gender differences very well, the film gives a great visual experience and production values are good. Overall, the film would be appealed only to urban and multiplex audiences. The movie’s fate depends on how well the B&C center audiences receive it.

Final Say:
The film is worth watching.

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