| Cast: ||Naga Shourya, Palak Lalwani, Diksha Panth, Brahmanandam|
| Directed by: ||Ramesh Varma|
| Produced by: ||Vandana Alekhya Jakkam,Kiriti Pothini,Srinivas Sammeta|
| Music by: ||Ilayaraja|
|Release Date:|| 1st January 2016 |
Abhi (Naga Shourya) is a happy guy and son of Rajiv (Mohan) who does not believe in love and spent time on chatting with Geeta (Pragathi) who studies in engineering. With a sudden twist he gets attracted towards Prarthana (Palak Lalwani) who is studying in MIT, US. Abhi try to spent time with her, with this intention he convinced her parents (Rao Ramesh and Tulsi) to shift near his house and they became agree. One day when her parents went outside both Abhi and Prarthana attracts and have sex. After knowing it Prarthana's father (Rao Ramesh) said to her for leaving the home and Abhi's father also becomes angry on him. Prarthana shares about this incident to her facebook friend. Who is facebook friend of Prarthana? What will Abhi do now? How both Abi and Prarthana solve their problems? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
Abbayitho Ammayi-Star Performance
The performance of Naga Shourya as lover boy is appreciable and he delivered his energetic performance. His body languages and dancing style became successful to attract the audiences. The characterization of Naga Shourya goes over the top as lover boy. He became successful to mould the movie with all the necessary ingredients in the format of a conventional romantic and youthful entertainer to cater family audiences. Palak Lalwani is looking very pretty in modern attire in songs and she grabbed several eyeballs by her glamour. She did not get much screen space to prove herself. Rao Ramesh and Tulsi have done justifications with their roles. The comedy part of the movie is ok. The major highlight of the movie is voice over of young actor Raj Tarun. There is a good attempt to give certain balance to the movie.
Abbayitho Ammayi-Technical Team
Music maestro Illayaraja have created a good soundtrack and choreographers have succeeded in bringing out mediocre performances from the Naga Shourya and Palak Lalwani with right moves. Songs are melodious and heart touching but the placement of songs in the movie is not good, couple of songs look like path breaker which spoils the tempo of the movie. Shyam K Naidu has taken the responsibility of Cinematography, he has done it very beautifully and it is in tune with the mood of the movie. Editing by SR.Sekhar could be better as few scenes in the movie needs trimming and the better editing style would have helped the pace in the movie. The artwork is fine. The production value of the movie is good.
Abbayitho Ammayi is a perfect package for youth but it became fail to entertain the mass audiences. The movie is simple and entertaining. Director became successful to deliver a clean and good entertainer movie with good message for family viewers. The first half of the movie is more entertaining in compare of second half. The dialogues between the parents of Naga Shourya and Palak are entertaining. The first half is fully loaded with romantic scenes whereas entertainment level goes down as the movie progresses and the second half tuned out sentimental and emotional. The movie has good message on love and friendship. The director tried to present the current mindset of youth, their expressions and feelings