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Some heroes get good success on the first try. Kiran Abbavaram is one of them. He introduced himself to the Telugu industry with the film 'Rajavaru Ranigaru' and impressed the audience and critics with his first movie. He immediately entertained with pictures of SR Kalyanamandapam and Sebastian. Recently, this young hero came forward to the audience saying 'Sammathame'. The teaser, which has already been released, got a good response to the songs. In addition to that, the hype on 'Sammatame' was created as promotions were also conducted wonderfully. Let's see in the review how much the audience liked this movie which was released this Friday (June 24) amid huge expectations.

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Krishna (Kiran Abbavaram) from a middle-class family loses his mother at an early age. With this, he faces many obstacles in childhood. Krishna, who thinks that these are a problem due to the lack of females in the house, wants a spouse who looks like a mother. He wants to love his wife when he gets married. But his fiance, as a matter of course, wants to avoid lying.

Such a person falls in love at first sight with Shanvi (Chandini Chowdhury), who is completely against him. He wants to get her into his method anyway. Shanvi also loves Krishna. But his overindulgence is unbearable. This causes problems between the two. How did Krishna solve them? How did Krishna and Shanvi fall in love when they said they would not love anyone before the actual marriage? How did he embarrass Shanvi with his overindulgence? Did Krishna finally marry Shanvi? Is the rest of the story.

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Every young man who marries wants his future wife to be like this. Sanctions are imposed on a wife who abandons burglary. He thinks it is his love for his wife. But how much trouble does the girl get because of those restrictions? How reasonable is it for a girl to live as she pleases and to be as her husband likes after marriage? Will there be a life of its own? Director Gopinath Reddy said the same thing in the film 'Sammatame'. Although the director's chosen point was good, the narrative was not very impressive.

The whole movie revolves around Krishna and Shanvi. Every time conditions are put, suspicion, finally apologizing, the whole story goes on like this. Krishna arrives in Hyderabad, loves Shanvi, and wants to change the way he likes it, so fast off ends. In the second half, the whole story seems to be stretched. The love, quarrels, and apologies between Krishna and Shanvi continue. The Krishna conflict seems to have no real meaning. The whole story goes smoothly without any twists. The climax is also routine. However, the dialogues told by Goparaju Ramana at the end are impressive. Lastly, although it is a simple love story, the message given by the director has to be accepted.

Who did it.

Kirana Abbavaram played the role of Krishna very well. His form is present in every form for today’s generation of young people. However, acting with the same expressions throughout the film is a bit of a minus. Chowdhury threw Chandi at Shanvi. Apart from looking beautiful on-screen, she was impressed with her performance as a modern girl. Goparaju Ramana once again showed his experience on screen as the father of the hero. Although the characters Kiran and Shanvi return in the story, the dialogues told by Goparaju Ramana in the climax are recognizable to the viewer.

In the second half, Saptagiri tried to make people laugh with his comedy. Shiva Narayana, Annapoornamma, Saddam, etc. acted within the scope of their roles. Technically, Shekhar Chandra's music is the main strength of this film. Provided excellent background music with lyrics. The songs come in line with the story. It doesn’t seem to fit anywhere, not even the songs that make it so recognizable. Satish Reddy month cinematography never mind. Editor's Revolutionary Prohibition has to say the least for his scissors. It would have been nice to have cut some scenes crisper, especially in the second half. The production values ​​are in line with the cinematic level.


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