Aambala Movie Review

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Aambala-Movie-ReviewMovie: Aambala
Star Cast: Vishal, Hansika, Prabhu and Ramya Krishna
Director: Sundar C
Producer: Kushboo, Vishal, Sundar C
Music Director: Hip Hop Tamizha
Movie Release Date
: 15th January 2015
Timesofap Rating: 2.75/5

Aambala (Man) Movie Released Today (Jan 15th 2015) and here we are updating you the Aambala movie Review Rating and 1st Day Collection, Ambala Movie was directed by Sundar C . Aambala Features Vishal and Hansika in Lead Roles and this is the first time they both working together. Aambala is an an Family and comedy movie of Sundar.C and we have Santhanam the best comedian in the Tamil industry to entertain.

Story:

Vishal in and as Aambala, Saravanan son of Venkatesan [Prabhu]. Arranging people for party meetings is Saravanan’s job in Ooty. Be-Friendly dad and son keep drinking together and one fine day, Venkatesan reveals that Saravanan’s mother is alive and is living with her brother in Madhurai. Saravanan move to Madhurai in search of his mother and falls in love with Maya [Hansika] on the first sight. Later, Saravanan comes to know that he has three aunts [Ramya Krishna, Aishwarya, Kiron] and are blessed with one girl each. Will Saravanan gain Maya’s love? How will Saravanan sort the issue between his parents’ forms the crux of Aambala.

Performances:

Vishal has hit the bulls’ eye with his performance both in sentiment and action sequences. His chemistry with Hansika is a treat to watch.

Hansika has done her role with par-excellence. Though limited, she looked gorgeous whenever on screen.

Santhanam
has done a great job. He has handled the first 40 minutes of the movie on his shoulders.

All the other actors Prabhu, Thulasi, Vaibhav Reddy, Ramya Krishna, Aishwarya, Kiron, Madhurima Banerjee and Madhavi Latha delivered good performances in their portions.

Technical Analysis:

Sundar C has to be appreciated for delivering such a mass, action, family masala entertainer in this festival season. Though Aambala story is 80’s sort of family drama, hilarious and absolutely entertaining screenplay makes all the difference. Sundar C’s choice of cast and giving equal space to each character needs a special mention.

Aambala is a commendable debut for Hiphop Thamizha aka Aaditya. Songs have already topped charts and background score gels well with the screenplay.

Gopi Amarnath’s cinematography is handy. Srikanth’s editing is okay.

Analysis:

Aambala is thoroughly engaging with not even a single boring scene. With ample of stars on board, Sundar C manages to entertain audiences with few logical loopholes that could be overlooked.

First half of the movie is hilarious with Vishal and Santhanam taking the center stage. Comparatively, Vishal fights out hard in the second half with oomph sentiment towards climax.

On the whole, go watch Aambala with family for fun. Avoid if you are looking for a fresh and larger than life stories.

Verdict :
A Regular Family drama with comedy.