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Times of India
Ami Thumi STORY :
The gundagandlu (villains) in Ami Thumi are the parents of the two leading ladies, who are hell bent on getting their daughters married to rich grooms. Though on the face of it, both the families are well-off, but they actually aren’t.
The children care little about wealth and are adamant on marrying their beloveds; and so arises is a conflict of interest. The plot becomes funnier with each scene and an ensuing confusion too adds the necessary humour elements to the narration.
Ami Thumi Review :
Deepika (Eesha Rebba) wants to marry Ananth (Adivi Sesha) but her father Janardhan (Tanikella Bharani) arranges her wedding with Chilipi (Vennela Kishore). Meanwhile Deepika’s brother Vijay (Srinivas Avasarala) is in love with Maya (Aditi Myakal) and is a friend of Ananth. Vijay is fine with his sister getting married to Ananth.
In a turn of events, instead of getting married to Deepika, Chilipi ends up tying the knot with Kumari (Shyamala), the domestic help in Janardhan’s house; thanks to Deepika for hatching a plan on an idea given by her domestic help to create utter confusion in the entire scenario.
The way Tanikella Bharani breaks into abrupt dance moves during a few scenes is sure to tickle the bones of the audience. Another unique feature of the film is director Indraganti Mohanakrishna decision to make his characters speak in the Telangana street lingo, which is the USP of the movie. Along with a well-crafted script, the dialogues, words and phrases surely contributes in making the movie a watchable laugh riot.
A special mention must be made of Eesha Rebba. Right from the word go, she steals the limelight with her effortless portraying of Deepika’s character. The director got his actors to act only as much as he wanted them to and they seemed to have happily obliged.
There’s nothing much to talk about the locales or cinematography since most of it is shot indoors adhering to the demands of the screenplay. The music too is average and usually seats in the backseat throughout the story. If some comedy is better than no comedy, this one is for you.