Sammathame Movie Review: The teaser and trailer for Kiran Abbavaram’s new family drama film Sammathame, which came out after his back-to-back hits Raaja Vaaru Raani Vaaram, SP Kalyana Mandapam, and Sebastian, look fresh and promising while also looking like a typical family drama. On the other hand, the filmmakers say that they are making an Indian family romance drama that has never been seen before.
Krishna (Kiran Abbavaram) was a middle-class man whose mother died when he was young. He had to deal with a lot of problems. He thinks that women should take care of him, so he plans to get married as soon as he can. During the engagement process, he meets Saanvi (Chandini Chowdary), a woman who is very different from Krishna. The problem with their relationship is that Krishna cares too much, which Saanvi doesn’t like.
Cast & Crew
Kiran Abbavaram and Chandini Chowdary starred in the film Sammathame, which was directed by Gopinath Reddy. The cinematographer was Sateesh Reddy Masam, the composer was Shekar Chandra, and Kankanalal Praveena produced the film.
Cast & Crew
|Music Director||Shekar Chandra|
|Genre||Family Drama, Romance|
|Cast||Kiran Abbavaram, Chandini Chowdary|
Even though the people who made Sammathame say it’s a unique story, it’s clear within the first ten minutes that it’s just another love story.
The climax of the movie, which was talked about in an interview and shown well on screen, worked well. In the first half, they had some funny scenes and showed how much they loved each other. When you’re trying to deal with your feelings, you might feel like something is missing.
It’s great that the movie shows a new way of looking at relationships, but the director should have made more powerful scenes to drive the point home.
Kiran Abbavaram is a great Krishna because he has acted as middle-class people before and was able to handle the role with ease. Chandini is fine as Saanvi, but her character lacks depth and is flat. The other actors, on the other hand, did a great job in their roles.
Gopinath Reddy makes a good point, but his writing isn’t as interesting as it could be.
Sammathame fails on a technical level, and Sateesh Reddy Masam’s cinematography is just okay. Shekar Chandra’s background score, on the other hand, is great because it adds to the mood of the movie.
You should watch Sammathame if you like stories about love and family.