Amar Akbar Anthony Telugu Movie Review & Ratings, Amar Akbar Anthony Movie Review

Amar Akbar Anthony Telugu Movie Review & Ratings, Amar Akbar Anthony Movie Review

Filmbuzz123 Ratings: 2/5

Movie Name: Amar Akbar Anthony
Release Date: 16-11-2018

Cast: Raviteja, Ileana, Sunil, Vennela Kishore, Tarun Arora, Abhimanyu Singh, and others 

Director - Sreenu Vaitla
Producer - Naveen, Ravi Shankar, Mohan Ch
Banner - Mythri Movie Makers
Music - Thaman .S

Sreenu Vaitla collaborates with his Venky and Dubai Seenu's actor Raviteja once again. Regardless of Vaitla's ongoing structure, Amar Akbar Anthony raised desires due to Raviteja and fascinating promotions. Nonetheless, the film ended up being a normal retribution film with Vaitla style of treatment. 


Amar (Raviteja) who releases from jail instantly targets a few persons who murdered his parents. He likewise experiences Dissociate character disorder which influences him to act like diverse people. There is Pooja (Ileana) who additionally experiences comparable confusion. Is it accurate to say that they are connected? How does Amar beat his issue to vindicate the demise of his folks? 


Raviteja assumes an uninvolved role that drives him to keep his vitality levels down. He is alright as Amar, however, looks senseless as Anthony and Akbar. Ileana is well proportioned and looks dazzling as ever, yet she excessively appears to be dumbfounded with her demonstration. Sunil enters the scene in the second half, however, makes his essence felt with his matchless satire. Satya sparkles among whatever is left of the entertainers. His satire on KA Paul is funny. Tarun Arora is okay among the scalawag pack and Abhimanyu Singh is over the best as FBI officer. 


Sreenu Vaitla is as yet attempting to come back to his position. Amar Akbar Anthony is only a continuation to his last three unfortunate trips. He grabbed a requital plot and attempted to make it intriguing by presenting various personality disorder, which didn't work out because of poor composition. Indeed, even satire scenes are not up to the stamp. 

Thaman's music is beneath normal including background score. Dialogues are protracted and needed a punch. The cinematography is great. Editing runs haywire with such a large number of flashbacks and sequences that end suddenly. Production values are great. Makers have spent a great deal and didn't trade off on the quality.


Few comedy scenes 


Routine plot

Bad Screenplay

Clueless direction


Final Verdict: 

The first half is bearable to some extent, but the second half spoils the entire movie with a few pointless scenes. On the whole, it is yet another disappointment from Srinu Vaitla. 

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