Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali (transl. I must tell you about that lady) is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film written and directed by Mohana Krishna Indraganti and produced by Benchmark Studios and Mythri Movie Makers.
CAST: Sudheer Babu, Krithi Shetty, Vennela Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna, Avasarala, Srikanth Iyengar in lead roles.
TELUGU SWAG RATING:
TELUGU 360 (Rating: 2.25/5):
‘Aa Ammayi gurinchi meeku cheppali‘is a serious film with a heart touching climax. Story is based on a wannabe heroine’s life and the Second half has relatively better content compared to a pale first half. Overall, it’s Mohankrishna Indraganti’s typical non-commercial film aimed at limited section of audience.
Great Andhra (Rating: 2/5):
All in all, “Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali” has a couple of portions that work. But in totality, it turns out to be a drab affair. With little entertaining portions and a lack of catchy songs, the film makes a heavy watch.
Mirchi9 (Rating: 2.25/5):
Overall, Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheptha has a novel premise. But, the writing and uneven narrative fail to hold the attention and underwhelm. We end up with a mostly disappointing fare that promised so much more.
123TELUGU (Rating: 2.75/5):
On the whole, Aa Ammayi Gurunchi Meeku Cheppali is a passable romantic drama that has a below-par first half and a decent second half. Superlative performances by the lead pair, good emotional scenes, and the fun part are its assets. On the flip side, the slow narrative, lack of consistency, the length, and a few boring sequences bring down the film which otherwise would have been more magical. You can watch the film by having your expectations in check.
Times Of India (Rating: 3/5):
AAGMC is not a perfect film by any means because there are scenes you wish would’ve been written better and conversations that delve deeper. But it ends up doing what Mohan intended it to be – a love letter to cinema and even a peek behind why certain things function the way they do in the film industry. Watch it this weekend if you don’t mind a film that slowly unfurls.