Ami Thumi Review : Kishore Steals The Show

Film: Ami Thumi

Rating: 2.75/5

Director: Mohana Krishna Indraganti

Cast: Avasarala Srinivas, Adivi Sesh, Eesha Rebba, Aditi Myakal

Producer: K C Narasimha Rao

Release Date: June 09, 2017 

Director Mohana Krishna Indraganti, who always tries to entertain audience by telling different stories, is coming up with whacky comedy film "Ami Thumi” featuring Srinivasa Avasarala, Vennela Kishore and Adivi Sesh. Let’s find out what this film is about


Janardhan (Tanikella Bharani), a rich financier in Hyderabad, is against his daughter Deepika's (Eesha Rebba) love with Anant (Adivi Sesh), a Sales Manager and his son Vijay's (Avasarala Srinivas) love with Maaya (Aditi Myakal), daughter of Janardhan’s enemy (Gangadhar)

He kicks his son out of his home and arranges an alliance for his daughter with Sri Chilipi (Vennela Kishore), a rich guy from Vizag, whose family has a custom of getting married without seeing the bride before marriage. Rest of the story is about how the brother and sister foil the plans of their father and get married to their respected lovers

What’s Good:

Vennela Kishore



What’s Bad

Boring scenes in First Half




Director Indraganti Mohan Krishna tried to tell a story using the strengths of Vennela Kishore. The movie starts with a boring note by establishing the characters of Eesha, Adivi Sesh, Avasarala and Aditi. The story then drags with unnecessary and uninteresting scenes until the introduction of Vennela Kishore. 

Once Vennela Kishore steps in, he completely shoulders the movie using his timing and dialogues till the interval. Later silly comedy and predictable scenes drags the second half towards climax. Avasarala Srinivas and Adivi Sesh did more of a guest appearance who appears here and there when Vennela Kishore needs to take a break. Eesha is apt but Aditi Makyal and other side characters are irritating. PG Vinda’s cinematography makes the movie look stylish.

In summary, Ami Thumi had some good entertaining moments in between but this movie would have been a crap without Vennela Kishore. Lot of boring and unending scenes tests your patience. Since most of this movie had been shot only in two locations (Thanikella Bharani’s house and hotel) the budget of the movie was restricted very much and this should be able to recover its expenses within no time from the multiplex audience as the movie may not work with B & C centers.

Result: Vennela Kishore Steals The Show