If you love to watch comedy films with no brainer story, then the movie is a feasting for you. Verdict:- On the whole, Amrutham Chandamam Lo has a few decent laughs here and there. One who admires Gangaraju wouldn't appreciate this film at all. Pace of the movie gets a bit slow during the second half, and the excess length of the movie also does not help matters. Though the story idea looks interesting, the way it has been executed lacks focus. Summary Chandamama Lo Amrutham is a Telugu fantasy drama film directed by Gangaraju Gunnam, starring Srinivas Avasarala, Sivannarayana Vasu Intur and Dhanya Balakrishnan. But he got a very good name for dealing with different concepts.
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Did they get back all their lost money? Plus Points:- Srinivas Avarsarla and Harish do a good job and bring in decent laughs through out the film. The film goes downhill post interval and it wouldn't pick up after that. Avasarala should stick to supporting roles to make the best use of his talent. Gangaraju Gunnam-written dialogues are witty. They embark on a roller-coaster ride of successes and failures, victories and defeats and even end up on the moon.
But those episodes only come during the last half an hour, and are the far from better. Some forced and illogical comedy scenes are its drawback. The director manages to hold the attention of the viewers with simple humor and a few rib-tickling scenes in the first half of the film, which gains momentum before the interval bang and sails on smooth trajectory in second half. It is advisable to watch Amrutham old episodes on Youtube for free rather paying money for this pathetic comedy. A disaster lead them to get along together again. With nothing from the recent past being a deserving watch, don't think much to give your naive cells a humbling chance to have a blast.
Certain comedy episodes in the second half executed in the space also look good. Chandamamalo Amrutham had some good moments here and there, but they are just not enough to make audiences sit through the film. They plan to start their business with a hotel named Amrutha Vilas on the moon. Dialogues written by Gangaraju were good in parts. Producer: Urmila Gunnam Director: Gunnam Gangaraju Cast: Avasarala Srinivas, Shivannarayana, Harish, Vasu Inturi, Dhanya, Suchitra, Ahuthi Prasad, Chandamohan, Krishna Bhagavan, L. Partaking in these madcap adventures are other serial regulars Appaji, Sarvam, Sanjeevini and Santha. He ensures that by consistently respecting the intelligence of the viewer and balances that with occasional child-like strides to lend it the charm it honestly deserves.
Director Gunnam Gangaraju's story, screenplay and dialogues, lead actors' performances, comedy scenes, Sree's music, Rasool Ellore's cinematography, wonderful graphics work and good art direction and costumes are the main attractions of the film. . Scenes shot in 'space' were awful at the best. What happened to their dream of establishing business on Moon? Twist in the tale comes when their old house owner Appaji Sivanarayana comes up with an unique idea to take the two friends to space, and make them open restaurant business there. Technicalities: Direction: Gunnam Gangaraju's previous films as director didn't do well at the box office.