A..Aa Telugu Movie Review

Jun 2, 2016

A..Aa Telugu Movie Review
Andhrapulse brings you A..Aa Movie Review in the first week of June. The film has Nithin, Samantha, Anupama Parameswaran and Nadhiya are seen in lead roles. Written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas and produced by S Radha Krishna. The film's music is provided by Mickey J Meyer.

Story :-

Anasuya (Samantha) is an aplamb of her parents Nadhiya and Naresh and more over to her mom. The family is of big shots and want Anasuya to marry of their concern. Naresh sends Anasuya to her aunts house where she meets Anand Vihari (Nithin) and falls for him right away. Anand Vihari has earlier committed to marriage with Naga Valli (Anupama Parameswaran) who is the daughter of Rao Ramesh. How Samantha sidelines Naga Valli and marries Anand Vihari forms rest of the story..  


Nithin gets a subtle character and does his way with more energy as a village guy with maturity. He gave perfect support to Samantha.

Samantha has carried the entire film with her immense performance and expressions of her in emotional scenes are simply excellent. 

Rao Ramesh is good.

Nadhiya, Naresh are ok and others are adequate

A..Aa has few good songs from Mickey J Meyer are good post watching them on silver screens and BGM is ok with sequences. Cinematography by Natarajan Subramaniam is great to watch as his visuals are rich with colors and added required beauty. Trivikram Srinivas dialogues are novel and he should have give his normal touch to the screenplay. Production Values are top-notch.

A..Aa is an entertaining family story even though it lacks the freshness the touch of Trivikram bought in the right elements at a juncture. The film's first half picks up with lovely introduction and the scenes are quite impressive with apt humoros comedy we generally expect in a Trivikram's film. The pace in Second half has dropped and few unwanted scenes could be chopped. Climax is packed up with Rao Ramesh comedy and dialogues. 

It's a Trivikram - Samantha's Magic ... Go and Watch it.. 

RATING: 3.25/5