Ami Thumi Telugu bullet review


Banner: Green tree productions

Cast: Adivi Sesh, Srinivas Avasarala, Eesha, Aditi, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani and Others

Producer – KC Narasimha Rao

Director – Mohana Krishna Indraganti

Music – Mani Sharma

Deepika (Eesha)’s father arranges an alliance for her with Sri Chilipi (Vennela Kishore) much against her wishes. She is locked in her room, as she is adamant of marrying her boyfriend Ananth (Adivi Sesh). Her maid gives her an idea. So, they change their places.

The maid now moves into the room and Deepika runs away from home in the attire of maid. Sri Chilipi comes from Vizag to see Deepika and then comedy from mistaken identity begins.


Adivi Sesh and Srinivas Avasarala have limited space in spite of being the lead men. They were okay in their respective roles. Eesha is alright but Aditi is annoying. Her cute girl act has gone wrong. Vennela Kishore is the scene stealer with his impeccable comedy timing. He carried the film on his shoulders and single handedly made it a watchable fare. Tanikella Bharani is good but goes overboard at times. The actor who played the maid character did a fine job

Technical Excellence: 
This kind of movies doesn’t boast technical glitz. The film has only two songs – “Ayyo Baaboyi” and “Takadhamithana”. Both are just okay numbers.

Cinematography by P G Vinda is adequate enough for the theme. Production values are neat.

Telugu bullet review: 2.25/5





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