Thursday, 2 June 2016

A..Aa - It's a typical trivikram's celluloid entertaining all the way.

I'm left with an awesome feeling after watching the movie. I think Trivikram's pen is made up of aesthetics(Rasa ~ Navarasalu) rather than regular ink. It's a clean movie delivering the right emotions. The movie starts on a lower note and as it proceeds, it turns out to be an interesting narrative. The title A..Aa ( Anasuya Ramlingam Vs Aanand Vihari) is an apt one describing the entertaining journey with tender heart touching emotions.

The story is a simple one, revealed in the second half of the movie. The first half runs in a village atmosphere around Samantha’s bustle. Samantha takes the lead and narrates most of the film. Nithin steps into a responsible role and is limited to keep one’s cool. Anupama Parameshwaran, the next female lead looks cute in some scenes and justifies her role. Naresh, Nadiya and Rao Ramesh’s characters are properly designed and executed well.

Situational comedy is the strength of the movie and trivikram is a master in it. Songs are good and beautifully choreographed in village background. Natraj and Dudley handled the cinematography. Some frames in the movie are rich and pleasant to watch. Audience are connected thought out the movie because of a perfect screenplay. Virtually, Samantha steals the show with her acting and Nithin does a decent job in second half. Climax worked well and it is one of highlights of the movie. Dialogues written at the end are hilarious and leaves audience with a great feeling.

Trivikram's magnum opus is back with his trademark narration and rhyming punch dialogues, making it a worthy watch.

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