Aame Movie Review

A free-spirited girl Kamini (Amala Paul) who works in a TV channel attends a friend's birthday party. She spends late night there enjoying drinks but finds herself naked in an abandoned building. What happened to her? How did she go there? Why is she naked? Forms the story of the movie.

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Directed by: Rathna Kumar
Produced by: Viji Subramaniyan
Written by: Rathna Kumar
Starring: Amala Paul
Music by: Pradeep Kumar: Oorka (band)
Cinematography: Vijay Karthik Kannan
Edited by: Shafique Mohammed Ali
Production Company: SK Studios
Release date: 19 July 2019
Running time: 144 minutes
Country: India
Language: Telugu

www.Moviemanthra.com;Rating: 3.25/5

Story:
A free-spirited girl Kamini (Amala Paul) who works in a TV channel attends a friend’s birthday party. She spends late night there enjoying drinks but finds herself naked in an abandoned building. What happened to her? How did she go there? Why is she naked? Forms the story of the movie.

Performances:
Amala Paul is certainly the show-stealer for this film. The entertainer has conveyed her profession best execution in this film and will catch the eye of the group of spectators. Her extraordinary presentation can be considered as one of the real features of this film. She has conveyed her job in a rich and fiery way. Ramya Subramanian got a substantial job in the film and she has conveyed a legit execution in the film which likewise included more quality for the motion picture. Sri Ranjani who assumed the job of Amala Paul’s mom likewise conveyed a better than average execution in the motion picture.

Technical Aspects:
Executive Ratna Kumar has arranged a fascinating storyline for the film which will keep the group of spectators adhere to their seats from the begin as far as possible. His pace of portrayal is likewise great and can be considered as one of the in addition to purposes of the film. Creation esteems by Rambabu Kalluri and Vijay Moraveneni are extravagant and included more magnificence for the film. Pradeep Kumar has scored astonishing tunes for this film and particularly his BGM has lifted the scenes great. Rajesh A Murthy has written ground-breaking discoursed for this film. Vijay Karthik Kannan’s cinematography is delightful. He has delivered some beautiful visuals for the film. Shafiq Muhammad Ali’s editing is great.

Plus Points:
Amala Paul Performance
BGM
Story
Thrilling Moments

Minus Points:
Dubbing could have been better
Tamil Nativity

Verdict:
Having a strong story is unquestionably one of the major in addition to purposes of this film. The film begins off on an intriguing note and the initial 15 minutes of the story itself will cause the group of spectators to engage in it. The primary half is to some degree moderate with some satire successions and story of foundation yet though the subsequent half turns somewhat scandalous just as fresh. The subsequent half is great and the eccentric story will make the group of spectators locked in. Amala Paul’s entrancing presentation, screenplay and BGM can be considered as the in addition to purposes of the film while some exhausting successions in the main half will be the less focuses. Generally, ‘Aame’ is certainly worth watching spine chiller. Watch it.

Punch Line: ‘Aame’ Gives a Thrilling Ride