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Movie review of Ammu: The terrifying drama starring Aishwarya Lekshmi is about a woman’s struggle against domestic abuse.

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Movie review of Ammu: The terrifying drama starring Aishwarya Lekshmi is about a woman’s struggle against domestic abuse.

Contrary to many of her colleagues, Aishwarya Lekshmi has a persistent need to choose scripts that matter. She is definitely emerging as a force to be reckoned with thanks to it. She opted to feature in Ammu, a tense thriller directed by newcomer Charukesh Sekar, after financing Sai Pallavi’s Gargi, unquestionably one of the best movies of the year. Ammu is about a domestic violence survivor who stands up for herself. Aishwarya’s Ammu, which is modelled after movies like Thappad and 47 Naatkal, is a very well-known story of domestic violence of a weak wife, but happily it takes a really fascinating detour to provide a novel conclusion.

Playing Ammu is Aishwarya Lekshmi. The dialogue between a young girl and Ammu, who is getting ready to wed her police officer neighbour Ravi (Naveen Chandra), opens the movie. The young girl questions Ammu about her feelings for Ravi and her readiness for marriage. Ammu responds by saying she believes she is familiar with him and then inquires as to her motives for posing the query.

The character of Ravi is expertly introduced in one of the best scenes of the film, and it doesn’t take long for the audience to discover his actual motivations. As soon as Ammu discovers of Ravi’s aggressive and domineering conduct, her entire life begins to fall apart. The rest of the narrative focuses on Ammu’s response to domestic abuse and if she is successful in making her husband learn a lesson.

Ammu will undoubtedly rank among this year’s most significant movies. With the manner it decides to end the film, it takes a very pertinent issue that has been a subject of conversation for a while and gives it a very interesting spin. Even if one were to imagine such a tale and write down every scenario that might occur, the conclusion of this movie would still catch you off guard. Ammu explores important topics that must be considered when it comes to a woman’s engagement in a marriage, rather than acting out like an awareness video on domestic abuse. Ammu sobs to her mother in one of the most important scenes of the movie and berates her for getting married so young. The mother jokingly replies, ‘you’re already 25’. In the subsequent scene, when Ammu opens up to her mother about Ravi turning abusive, she quotes the examples of her father and defends it by saying men have no other means to take out their anger and stress.

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The video skillfully examines how women have been socialised to domestic violence through decades and how the majority of them have come to accept it as a way of life. There is also a lovely scene regarding a woman’s right to an abortion, which couldn’t have occurred at a better time than right now as the Supreme Court of India upheld that right.

Aishwarya is pretty gutsy to be the star of such a project at a time when she can get away with portraying the stereotypical heroine. It appears as though she intends to use her films to express a point. Aishwarya is therefore choosing projects deliberately that go beyond the conventional notion of entertainment. Aishwarya excels in her role as the weak wife trying to collect the courage to leave her terrible marriage. One of her better performances is this one. Naveen Chandra had the guts to perform this part, and he does a great job of portraying the frightening spouse. In a significant cameo, Bobby Simhaa excels. Streaming of Ammu on Prime Video started on October 19.

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James Cameron loves RRR as Alia Bhatt exclaims, “Uffff what a gorgeous morning,” and the movie wins two Critics Choice Awards.

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James Cameron loves RRR as Alia Bhatt exclaims, “Uffff what a gorgeous morning,” and the movie wins two Critics Choice Awards.

James Cameron’s praise of Alia Bhatt’s flick RRR drew a response from her. She responded on Instagram to a tweet from the movie’s official Twitter account, letting people know that an American journalist had said that the Avatar director “admires” the film. The Critics’ Choice Award for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Song for Naatu Naatu have just been given to RRR.

“Uffff what a gorgeous morning,” Alia commented on Monday morning after sharing the tweet on her Instagram Stories. James Cameron admires RRR, according to a tweet from American journalist Anne Thompson, which was answered by RRR’s Twitter account. @JimCameron, I LOVE YOU. #RRRMovie “RRR wins best foreign film at CCA – every piece of visibility helps get more people to view it,” Anne tweeted. Jim Cameron, who sits across from me at the table, and I introduced ourselves to S.S. Rajamouli.

“Congratulations to the cast and crew of @RRRMovie- winners of the #criticschoice Award for Best Foreign Language Film. #CriticsChoiceAwards,” read a tweet from the Critics Choice Award account.

RRR, directed by SS Rajamouli, received two Critics’ Choice Awards. Following last week’s Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song for Naatu Naatu, this marks the movie’s second significant triumph. For the Critics’ Choice Awards, the movie was nominated for five different categories: best picture, best director, best foreign language film, best song for Naatu Naatu, and best visual effects.

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The movie has already made it to the Oscars shortlist for best music (original song) and the BAFTA Feature Awards longlist for “film not in English language.” The movie had the biggest box office performance in India in 2022.

The primary actors in RRR are Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, with Ajay Devgan and Alia Bhatt playing supporting roles. Alia plays a crucial part in the plot as Ram Charan’s childhood sweetheart and friend. The fictional story RRR is based on the experiences of Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem, two Telugu liberation warriors.

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