Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi Review: Realistic love stories are very rare in Telugu but there is a person called Srinivas Avasarala who tries to tell the stories as real as possible and now he again comes up with a love story called Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi with his mark. The film has created a decent buzz with its trailer and now finally the film has been released, without wasting much time let’s get into the full review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi (2023)



Sanjay (Naga Shourya) is junior to Anupama( Malavika Nair) and soon they fell in love and start living together, but things are not smooth as it seems, as time progress, problems arise in their relationship due to distinctive thought process, finally, they decided to end up their relationship and find new one. Finally, will both reunite in forms rest of the story?

Cast & Crew

Naga Shaurya, Malvika Nair, Srinivas Avasarala, Megha Chowdhury, Ashok Kumar, Abhishek Maharshi, Srividhya, Varanasi Soumya Chalamcharla, Harini Rao, Arjun Prasad & Others. The film is directed by Avasarala Srinivas, Sunil Kumar Nama is the cinematographer and Kalyan Malik is the music composer, and the film is produced by T G Vishwa Prasad and Padmaja Dasari under the banner of people media factory.

Movie NamePhalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi
DirectorAvasarala Srinivas
Music DirectorKalyan Malik
ProducerT G Vishwa Prasad and Padmaja Dasari
CastNaga Shaurya, Malvika Nair, Srinivas Avasarala, and others
CinematographySunil Kumar Nama

Movie Verdict

The best and most unique thing about Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi is the film doesn’t look like a film at all from beginning to end. The film starts off slowly with the key characters’ introduction and the plot is set up neatly without wasting much time. The first half went so beautifully by showing Sanjay and Anupama’s different stages of their lives as it showcase the seven stages of their relationship from the age of 18 to 28.

The pace dips here and there in the second half but the characters and story can relate to everyone. The story has a novelty and we can see the new side of love, and it looks like a boy meets girl love story but it’s not like any other film and regular love story. How Sanjay and Anupama take their relationship forward is showcased in seven chapters which is the unique thing about the film. Despite the pace of the screenplay, the realistic characters, makes us glued to our seats and give us a satisfactory feeling while coming out of the theater.

Naga Shourya as Sanjay has done a fair job though it’s not a challenging role although he looks believable in Sanjay’s Character, and Malavika Nair as Anupama is brilliant and the rest of the cast did their best as per the story requirements.

Srinivas Avasarala is one of the most underrated directors in Telugu, he is best knowns as an actor but he is yet to be known as the best director. He made this film as real as possible and he introduced a new genre called ‘Mumblecore’ where actors perform so naturally. Srinivas Avasaral succeeded in engaging the audience.

Technically, Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi looks good, Sunil Kumar Nama captures the film with beautiful locations in the UK, Kalyani Malik always gave unique music, and the rest of the technical team did the best.

Overall, Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi is a well-made love story with novelty.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Performances
  • Cinematography
  • Background score

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration here and there

Rating: 3/5

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