Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi Review – Makes You Sleep

Starring: Naga Shaurya, Malvika Nair, Srinivas Avasarala, Megha Chowdhury, Ashok Kumar, Abhishek Maharshi, Srividhya, Varanasi Soumya Chalamcharla, Harini Rao, Arjun Prasad
Director: Srinivas Avasarala
Producers: T G Vishwa Prasad and Padmaja Dasari
Music Director: Kalyani Malik
Cinematography: Sunil Kumar Nama
Editor: Kiran Ganti
Release Date : March 17, 2023
Phalana Abbayi Phalan Ammayi is one film that has caught the imagination of many and has been released today. Read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi Movie Review

The film starts in 2000 and Sanjay(Naga Shourya) is a one-year junior to Anupama (Malavika Nair). She saves him from a ragging session and they become good friends. Cut to 2004, they land in London to pursue their Masters and fall in love. They also enter a live-in relationship but after a small incident, they get into a fight and break up. What is that fight? why did they break up? and did they get back together? This is the rest of the story of the film.
What saves this film from sinking are the performances of the lead pair. Naga Shourya is amazing when it comes to romantic films and nicely plays his roles. The aging has been showcased in a superb manner in this film and Shourya aces it in all the romance and emotional scenes in the film. His dialogue delivery was on par. Malavika Nair is the best part of the film as her performances drive the narrative. Right from their college days to a professional, the makeover of Malavika is nice and she has done so well in the emotional department and is so relatable.
What’s Good
Simple Storyline
Lead pair Performance
Malavika Nair’s look
What’s Bad
Dull Story
Dead slow pace
Predictable scenes
Lack of proper emotions
Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi is about a couple’s ten-year-old friendship and later romantic relationship. The writing is good as director Srinivasa Avasarala keeps his characters real and to the point. One has to get used to the characters from the beginning to enjoy the film. Avasarala does not beat around the bush and shows the live-in relationship in a relatable manner. 
The situations, emotions, and characters are neat but the pace with which they are narrated is dam slow. In today’s world, the film moves at a snail’s pace and this irritates many. There is nothing for the masses and one has to be fully fit to watch the two-hour-long film as the scenes are slow and they take so much time to grow.
More depth in the emotions would have made a world of good but that does not happen here and bore the audience. Also, the film is filled with so many predictable scenes which make you know what exactly will happen in the next scene. The film is high on technical aspects. Music by Kalyani Malik is amazing and he has breathed some life with his music score. The narration gets help from good music and neat BGM.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the film is that the conflict point is not established properly and this is where the film goes for a toss and brings nothing new to the table. Novelty wise there is nothing special that is showcased here. Phala Abbayi Phala Abbayi is one film that has some great performances. But that is not enough for the film to click.
Finally, Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi has been in the making for over three years now and looks outdated. Also, the slow pace makes things even worse. Naga Shourya and Malavika need to wait for some more time to score a hit at the box office. For now, they disappoint.
Bottom Line: Slow Slower Slowest

Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi Rating: 2.25/5


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