Amigos Telugu Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Amigos Review: Kalyan Ram basked the success with Bimbisara and now he is back with another interesting flick called Amigos. Kalyan Ram played a triple role in the film which grabbed the attention and Doppelergang’s point grabbed the audience’s attention, well the film has finally been released, and let’s jump into the review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.




Sidhharth, Manjunath, and Michael are Doppelergangs and Michael has become a nightmare for the NIA team, Michael is a ruthless gangster, and in order to save him he uses Manjunath and Sidhharth lives finally, how are they affected and will NIA catch Michael needs to be seen in the film.

Cast & Crew

Nandamuri Kalyan Ram, Ashika Ranganath, Brahmaji, Sapthagiri & Others, and the film is directed by Rajendra Reddy, while the cinematography has done by S. Soundar Rajan, Music has composed by Ghibran, edited by Tammiraju and the film is produced by Naveen Yerneni and Y Ravi Shankar under the banner of Mythri Movie Makers.

Movie NameAmigos
DirectorRajendra Reddy
Music DirectorGhibran
ProducerNaveen Yerneni and Y Ravi Shankar
GenreAction Thriller
CastNandamuri Kalyan Ram, Ashika Ranganath, Brahmaji, Sapthagiri and others
CinematographyS. Soundar Rajan

Movie Verdict

Amigos has an interesting plot called doppelganger which is not much aware by the Telugu audience but if we dig deep into the word it’s called lookalikes and has no connection. We have seen many triple role films like Mugguru Monagallu and a recent outing was Jai Lava Kusa starring NTR but in all these films the trio has a blood relation and what made Amigos unique is the trio has no connection.

The film starts off intrestingly by introducing all three characters and their world, first 20 minutes make us invested in the story with its unique plot line but it slowly moves into the template-based commercial films which make us feel bored. The first half went like regular commercial films and has no thrills but the interval twist makes us curious to watch the latter half.

The second half has to follow the same as confusion comedy which gets boring and routine, the emotional angle didn’t land well in the screenplay. The film completely failed to engage you though the second half has action blocks, Kalyan Ram’s performance. Routine narration, predictable scenes, and boring love track tests our patience.

Kalyan Ram as Manjunath a cool and simple guy does a good job, as Sidhharth is just cake for him and as a ruthless monster Michael is the saving grace for the film, kudos to Kalyan Ram for portraying the three roles effortlessly, Rashika Ranganath does a fair job and she looks quite in every frame, Brahmaji did his best and rest of the cast did their best.

Rajendra Reddy’s idea seems good but he completely failed in presenting the film in an engaging way. The idea looks good but the narrative is outdated. Technically, Amigos is partly good, S. Soundar Rajan’s cinematography is partly good, Ghibran songs are not up to the mark and he failed in remixing the iconic song of Balakrishna called ‘Enno Rathrulosthaigani’, his background score is good and rest of the technical team did their best.

Overall, Amigos is a routine commercial action drama yet the plot is captivating.

Plus Points:

  • Kalyan Ram Performance

Minus Points:

  • Routine Narraation
  • Predictable Screenplay

Rating: 2.75/5

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