Anthaku Mundu Aa Taruvatha Movie Review:
Movie Title :- Anthaku Mundu Aa Taruvatha
Banner :- Sri Ranjith Movies
Release date :- 23.08.2013
Censor rating :- U/A
Cast :- Sumanth Ashwin,Eesha,Srinivas Avasarala,Rao Ramesh, Madhubala.
Directed by :- Mohan Krishna Indraganti
Music :- Kalyani Mallik
Photography :- P G Vinda
Editor :- Marthand K Venkatesh
Producer :- K L Damodar Prasad
Movie Duration :- 152 Minutes.
Theater Watched:- Eshwar Theater, Attapur.
The movie begins with the introduction of hero and heroine in a pleasant manner showing their lifestyle and interests , both of their professions and responsibilities lead them to a marriage where they meet and fall in love , the first half goes along smoothly with romantic scenes between the couple forming the “anthaka mundu” part of the film.
Music is not extraordinary but it blends well with the movie and the timing of songs are good. Influenced by the experiences and the present state of living of their parents the couple decide to be in a live in relationship for sometime to test their compatibility. During this time they experience a lot of different situations that a married couple faces and learn a lot about married life which helps them arrive on a conclusion about their future. What all situations arrive in their life and how they manage with them forms the “aa taruvatha” part.
The work of the cameraman is the stand out highlight of the movie which will clearly be visible in every frame,that looks like a painting.
Senior actors like Rao Ramesh, Ravi Babu and Madhu bala who is seen making a come back through this film have done justice to their roles which play an important role in the movie. Srinivas Avasarala and Tagubothu Ramesh have chipped in with decent comedy.
The movie is too slow and at times it gets diverted from the subject which make it dull . Both the hero and heroine have acted well and have done justice to their roles.
The director has done justice to the story.More care could have been taken for better screen-play .
It is a movie that can be watched for time pass.