A..Aa Movie Review

A..Aa Movie Review
Nithin, Samantha and Anupama Parameswaran starrer A..Aa Movie Review on Zustcinema. Trivikram Srinivas directorial A..Aa Telugu Movie Review below..

Story :- 

Anasuya (Samantha) is the one and only daughter of millionaires Mahalakshmi (Nadhiya) and Ramalingam(Naresh). Mahalakshmi arranges a marriage alliance to Anasuya with out her concern. Anasuya goes to her aunt house post listening to her father Ramalingam suggestion.

Anasuya falls for Anand Vihari (Nithin) at fight sight. But she comes to known that Anand has agreed to marry Pallam Venkkana's (Rao Ramesh) daughter Naga Valli (Anasuya Parameswaran). How Anasuya twists Anand's promise to Naga Valli with the help of Mahalakshmi forms the crux.

Performances :-

Nithin has lived up to the role even though he was dominated by Samantha. His performance is apt for Anand Vihari role and he catches the sequences when it is needed with his chemistry with other artists.

Samantha is the big asset as the story itself has written around her. She has once again proved her mettle in emotions and comedy timing. Her expressions are cute and she lived up to love scenes to the best.

Rao Ramesh has lighted up the villainy scenes with his own way of performance. His comedy timing in the climax is just hilarious.

Anupama Parameswaran, Nadhiya, Naresh, Ananya, Posani Krishna Murali, Eeswari Rao and others are good with their characters.

Analysis :-

First half of A..Aa kick starts with all entertaining elements and apt songs at right intervals. The scenes between Samantha, Nithin, Anupama and Rao Ramesh are hilarious. Family scenes are right routed with all traditional matters. The main aspect to be noted that dialogues by Trivikram are just top-notch which sticks to the screens.

Second half is much predictable as the story has been watched long back. But the treatment is different. Few scenes remains as speed breakers for the proceedings like Samantha-Chammak Chandra episode and Marriage alliance too. With the drag, A..Aa in this half is tad with lack of pace. Climax is hilarious with Rao Ramesh performance and ends in a family note.

Technical Analysis :-

Mickey J Meyer tunes are good and his background score has worked well with the theme of A..Aa. Cinematography by Natarajan Subramanian is refreshing with colors and songs are well-shot with scenic locations. Dialogues are soul of the film and should applaud Trivikram for it. Production Values are rich.

ZC Take :-  A..Aa - A Cool Family entertainer to say goodbye for this Summer !...

Zustcinema A..Aa Rating :- 3.25/5

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