Director : G Nageswara Reddy
Producer : Kirthi Chowdary and Kittu
Banner: Padmaja Pictures
Music: S Thaman
Starring: Manchu Vishnu, Brahmanandam, Pragya Jaiswal
Release Date: 27th April 2018
Manchu Vishnu who has delivered a series of flop movies like Dynamite, Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam, Luckunnodu, is pinning lot of hopes on Achari America Yatra. The movie has hit the theaters today on 27th April. Directed by G Nageswara Reddy and jointly produced by Kirthi Chowdary and Kittu, under the banner of Padmaja Pictures. The movie also starring Brahmanandam and Pragya Jaiswal.
Story: A group of Pandit headed by Appalacharya (Brahmanandam) and his lieutenant Krishnamacharya (Vishnu Manchu) perform homam at the house of Raju ( Pradeep Rawat). Later the senior most member of the house (Kota Srinivas Rao) passes away due to the fire emanating from the homam. So the family members of Raju blame the pandits for his death. To escape them, Appalacharya and Krishnamacharya plan to fly USA. What happens next? What is the main reason behind their run away to USA? To get these answers one should watch the movie on silver screen.
- Manchu Vishnu
Minus Points: ·
- Predictable storyline
- Illogical scenes
Performance: Vishnu Manchu plays his role with ease. He entertains with his carefree body language, comedy and performance skills. Pragya Jaiswal is fine as female lead. Brahmanandam has made sure that few scenes are hilarious with his perfect comedy timing. Anoop Singh Thakur, Kota Sreenivas Rao, Pradeep Rawat, Praveen, Prudhvi , Posani, Prabhas Sreenu and others perform accordingly.
Technical: The first credit in technical departments of the film goes to the excellent Cinematography work. The movie is shot at the various beautiful locations of USA. The Screenplay of the film is not interesting. The story and climax of AAY goes on predictable terms. Production values by Padmaja Pictures are grand. The music by Thaman Music is good. Background music is average. The editing is below par and could be better. There are many drags in this film that test the patience of the audience. G Nageswara Reddy should have work on the script before going to sets.
Analysis: The taste of the movie lovers are changing in the past few years and they are not looking for similar stories. G Nageswara Reddy has done a very disappointing job with the film. Routine story-line, illogical scenes, predictable narration and poor dialogues are the biggest drawbacks.