After Appatlo Okkadundevadu, Young Tollywood actor Sree Vishnu is back with his new film. The latest film is titled as Maa Abbayi. Sree Vishnu is paired with Bollywood actress Chitra Shukla in this flick ‘Maa Abbayi.’ which released in the theaters. The film is tipped to be based on a realistic incident that happened in Hyderabad some time back. Debutante Kumar Vatti has directed the movie and the film released with a lot of positive buzzes. Balaga Prakash Rao is the producer of the movie. Check out our review of the movie here.
Maa Abbayi tells us the story of a family. The story is based on a real incident that happened in Hyderabad sometime back. Sree Vishnu is the elder son of the family consisting of father, mother, and sister. The marriage is fixed for the sister, and the arrangements kickstart in a big way. While everyone is happy and their lives are going forward in a pleasant manner, a sudden bomb blast shakes up their lives, and Sree Vishnu is left alone while others in his family members lose their lives. The rest of the story is about Sree Vishnu chasing the mystery behind the bomb blast and taking revenge.
Cast and Performances:
The lead actor Sree Vishnu is very active on the screen. Like all his previous films, he did his best for the movie, but his performance could not help the film grow more regarding box office. His dialogue delivery was improved, and he still needs to work on his acting. At some places, he is bringing an artificial feeling. The female lead Chitra Shukla is good. Her looks are great, and she performed well too. The rest of the actors shined well and made their presence felt in the limited roles they were given.
The story is pretty much routine and boring. The screenplay is ordinary. The dialogues are just okay in the movie.
The cinematography of the film handled by Thama Shyam. The cinematography of the film is one of the positive aspects of the film. The visuals are grand. The music scored by Suresh Bobbili failed to impress. The audio album has no song that is pleasant to hear. The background score is okay to some extent. The editing by Marthand K Venkatesh is good, and the senior editor could have used his scissors more to cut the unwanted scenes of the movie. The production values of the film are rich.
Looking at the storyline, we may think that there is something interesting in the movie but the way director executed this line is completely dissatisfying. The director has missed too many logics while executing the revenge drama. Hardly, there is a scene that impresses us till the end. The way the revenge has been presented is not at all good. The director could have more drama to the plot and made it a convincing film. The performances are not so best but everyone did their best in the limited roles. The poor writing has let down the movie in a big way. Maa Abbayi has an outdated plot but the makers tried to present it in a new way which did not go well. In the end, the film ended as a half-baked product. With some decent visuals and good technical work, the film adds positive points. On the content side, the film is completely poor. On a whole, Maa Abbayi is a disappointing film that released this weekend. Skip it.