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Naani Maa (2019)Hindi Dubbed

Naani Maa (2019)Hindi Dubbed

Naani Maa (2019)Hindi Dubbed

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Director HindiLinks4u:Sundar Surya
Genre :Action, Thriller, Comedy
Cast :Shivaji Raja, Shamili, Naga Shaurya, Sumithra,
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The beauty of ‘Ammammagarillu’ lies in the fact that you cannot get a more relatable story than this on the big screen. However, the same becomes the reason for its downfall as the story progresses. This family drama charts the journey of a joint family that splits due to petty fights over inheritance. Every single character and dialogue uttered in the film is so relatable; it’s almost like watching your summer at ammamma’s home being played out on-screen.

There’s the eldest daughter of the house (Sudha), who’s sweet and complicit with her parents’ plan of not wanting the family to split. Then there’s the pedda mavayya (Rao Ramesh) who’s tired of playing second fiddle to his picture perfect elder sister and brother-in-law (Sumanth). There’s a funny Bangalore mavayya (Shivaji) who loses his reason to smile when the family splits and drowns himself in work. The youngest bangaram pinni (Hema) who’s greedy for gold and cinema picchi US mavayya (Ravi Prakash) who’s married to an American (played by an Indian in a cringe-worthy blonde wig) make up this family.

20 years ago the family splits because the tatayya disagrees over splitting the inheritance. After his death, the brothers and sisters all go their own way, irrespective of not getting the money. Now brought together by greed for their shares at the titular house in Pithapuram, Santosh (Naga Shaurya) makes it his personal mission to bring the family closer in 20 days. But to do so, he must break through the barriers his pedda mavayya and whose daughter Sita keeps creating for him.

Judging by the storyline and characters, one would expect ‘Ammammagarillu’ to get the same things right that films like ‘Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu’ and ‘Atharintiki Daredi’ managed to muster. However, the film turns into a slow and dreary drama devoid of freshness the more and more it progresses. While the film does have its moments where nostalgia hits you right in the gut, the unnecessary badgering of moral values and predictability of how all this will end makes it an okay ride. Devoid of the usual song and dance routines and fight scenes for most part, the film does try hard to set itself apart.

The title song however, sung by the versatile SP Balasubramanyam and penned by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry with music composed by Kalyana Ramana manages to muster more emotion in the audience than the whole film does. The whole film makes for a rather passive watch, failing to engage the audience much. Naga Shaurya and Shakalaka Shankar do their best to shine through in the characters handed to them. Shamlee unfortunately doesn’t have much to do other than scheming against her bava and later, suddenly flipping the switch and falling in love with him.

Go watch this one this weekend if you cherished the memories you made at ammamma’s home during the summers. But if real life holds enough family politics for you, give this one a cold hard miss.

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