Starring: Nithiin, Samantha, Anupama Parameswaran, Nadiya, Rao Ramesh, Naresh
Direction: Trivikram Srinivas
Producer: S. Radhakrishna
Banner: Harika and Haassine Creations
Music: Mickey J. Meyer
Trivikram carries his class streak after delivering a hattrick of family entertainers. His latest movie A Aa starring Nithiin and Samantha in lead roles has hit the screens today. Trivikram once again aimed at family audience with this small budgeted flick which is touted to be an out and out feel good movie. Lets see whether Trivikram is successful in his effort.
Anasuya, the only daughter of Mahalakshmi (Nadiya) and Ramalingam, attempts suicide as to get rid of her mom who restricts her from being herself. Luckily she survives and her dad Ramalingam sends her to her uncle’s village Kalavapudi to revive from the incident. On her journey to the village Anasuya meets Anand Vihari and comes to know that he is her uncle’s son. Having great time at her uncle’s house she falls in love with Anand Vihari. But she knew that she must get back to her same old life once she returns to her house. Rest of the plot is filled with the issues between Anand Vihari and Pallam Venkanna (Rao Ramesh) and his daughter Nagavalli (Anupama Parameswaran) and also the hurdles faced by Anand.
Samantha gave her best in portraying the role of Anasuya Ramalingam. Nithiin has come up with a complete makeover and delivered a subtle performance. Nadiya did justice to her role but carries similar shades of her role in Attarintiki Daredi. Anupama Parameswaran pulled off her character well. Rao Ramesh impresses the audience with one more typical role of a countryman. His performance in the climax plays the major highlight of the film.
Slow paced Second half
Too many characters
A Aa is a complete family film that carries a pleasant feel for two and half hours. The characters in the movie perfectly suit the actors who respectively played them. Though the storyline is quite simple it is a Trivikram mark entertainer which gives a positive vibe even after leaving the theatres.