The much-awaited Ambajipeta Marriage Band, featuring Suhas and debutant Shivani Nagaram, has finally graced the silver screen today, generating a decent level of anticipation. Explore our Ambajipeta Marriage Band review to discover whether the film lives up to the expectations.
Ambajipeta Marriage Band Rating : 3/5
Starring: Suhas, Shivani Nagaram, Goparaju Ramana, Sharanya Pradeep, Jagadeesh Prathap Bandari, Swarnakanth
Director: Dushyanth Katikaneni
Producers: Dheeraj Mogilineni, Venkat Reddy
Music Director: Shekar Chandra
Ambajipeta Marriage Band Movie Review
Story: Set in 2007 in the village of Ambajipeta. The narrative revolves around Mallikarjun (Suhas), a barber and drummer, and Padmavathi (Saranya Pradeep), a government school teacher. Both belonging to a lower caste and being twins. Rumors circulate among the villagers about a possible connection between Venkat (Nithin Prasanna), a prominent figure in the village, and Padmavathi.
However, tensions escalate when Venkat, from the upper caste, insults Padma on a personal matter, leading to a conflict between Mallikarjun and Venkat. The ensuing events involving Venkat, Malli, and Padma unfold into a gripping tale that commands attention on the silver screen.
Positive Points :
Suhas Stellar Performances
Saranya Pradeep Performances
lacks major twists
Racy screenplay second half
Verdict: In summary, Ambajipeta Marriage Band stands out as a compelling drama addressing a social concern, featuring commendable performances from Suhas, Saranya Pradeep, and Nithin Prasanna. While the film’s drawbacks include a familiar and uncomplicated plot, coupled with a somewhat sluggish pace in the second half, it remains a worthwhile watch for the weekend.