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Ammaye Navvithe (2001)

Ammaye Navvithe (2001)

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Ammaye Navvithe is the tale of Sundaram (played jointly by Rajendra Prasad and some fat), a man who is still looking for a job at an age when most government employees have already made their thirty-fifth million. He comes to the village of Talamanchi, ruled by Seshadri Naidu (Ranganath), a feudal-era chieftain whose brain was brewed in the same cauldron as that of Mullah Omar and his tribe. There's a Hindi lecturer post vacant in the college there, and Sundaram wants that.

Naidu is a glorified ruffian, and his protectiveness towards women actually makes it seem like a vice. He banishes people from the village for helping young lovers unite, makes college students start with an oath everyday that all women are their sisters, pronounces the death sentence on men who attempt to outrage women, and generally makes himself look like he was molested as a kid.

Sundaram gets the job by some clever manipulation (clever, that is, if the most thought-provoking piece of writing you've ever come across is twinkle twinkle little star), and then does the unthinkable - he starts wooing Sireesha (Bhuvana), the daughter of Naidu. The girl has about as much intelligence as you would require to go along with a 35-24-35 body, and you could put her to sleep by telling her the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Whoever woos her deserves her, and you lose your last shred of sympathy for Sundaram.

Of course, Naidu finds out Sundaram's designs, and issues him an ultimatum in true Telugu film style that if in 15 days he cannot get Sireesha to say that she loves him, he'll be dead

Release Date: Nov 09, 2001
Language: Tollywood Length: 02 hrs 08 mins
Cast: Rajendra Prasad, Bhavana, Brahmanandam, M.s. Narayana, L.b.sriram, Ahuthi Prasad, Jayasudha, Ranganath, Sana, Rama Prabha, Delhi Rajeshwari
Director: V.jyothi Kumar
Music Director: M M Srilekha
Producer: V. Anand Prasad
Genre: Comedy
Writer: Uday Raj
Advisory: U
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Ammaye Navvithe (2001) Ammaye Navvithe is the tale of Sundaram (played jointly by Rajendra Prasad and some fat), a man who is still looking for a job at an age when most government employees have already made their thirty-fifth million. He comes to the village of Talamanchi, ruled by Seshadri Naidu (Ranganath), a feudal-era chieftain whose brain was brewed in the same cauldron as that of Mullah Omar and his tribe. There's a Hindi lecturer post vacant in the college there, and Sundaram wants that. Naidu is a glorified ruffian, and his protectiveness towards women actually makes it seem like a vice. He banishes people from the village for helping young lovers unite, makes college students start with an oath everyday that all women are their sisters, pronounces the death sentence on men who attempt to outrage women, and generally makes himself look like he was molested as a kid. Sundaram gets the job by some clever manipulation (clever, that is, if the most thought-provoking piece of writing you've ever come across is twinkle twinkle little star), and then does the unthinkable - he starts wooing Sireesha (Bhuvana), the daughter of Naidu. The girl has about as much intelligence as you would require to go along with a 35-24-35 body, and you could put her to sleep by telling her the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Whoever woos her deserves her, and you lose your last shred of sympathy for Sundaram. Of course, Naidu finds out Sundaram's designs, and issues him an ultimatum in true Telugu film style that if in 15 days he cannot get Sireesha to say that she loves him, he'll be dead. thumbnail text
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