Alasyam Amrutham is intended to be a funny film with assorted characters and a bit of romance thrown in.
Ready to go to USA to join in his job, Ram (Nikhil) goes to Annavaram to receive the blessings of the Lord. As he waits in the railway station, he happens to meet Vaidehi (Madalasa Sharma) who is running away from an arranged marriage.
Ram and Vaidehi discover an abandoned baby and a search is on to locate the baby’s parents. Something romantic clicks between Ram and Vaidehi. Meanwhile, the train is late. There are other characters busy with their avocations and sub-plots.
Will they find the baby’s parents? What happens between Ram and Vaidehi? How do they deal with an assortment of characters on the railway platform? The answers to these questions form the rest of the story.
Nikhil does well within his limitations. Madalasa Sharma is appealing but does not have much scope for showcasing her thespian talents. Aravind Krishna has the potential to stay. Dharmavarapu, Jayaprakash Reddy, AVS are their usual selves. All others go through their motions.
The story has an interesting premise, but the narration is hampered by a loose-knit screenplay which is again shortchanged by the action taking place only on the railway platform. The treatment appears rather lame handed. The dialogues are OK. The story misses the grip of narration because of too many incidents and the romance between the lead pair should have been handled more imaginatively. Comedy is good. Music is good. Cinematography is pleasing.
Alasyam Amrutham cinema-ki alasyam-ga vellina parava ledu…
The film suffers from the lack of a central theme but the fun helps to pass the time.
The Cast and Crew
Nikhil Siddharth, Madalasa Shrama, Aravind Krishna, AVS, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Jayaprakash Reddy and Others
Music Director : Koti
Producer : D.Rama Naidu
Banner : Suresh Productions
Director : Mahesh Chandra
2.5 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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