Directed by Srinivas Avasarala with Naga Shourya as the lead ‘Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi’ is about the journey of a young woman and a young man at different stages in life gets married.

Naga Shaurya and Malvika Nair look great together on screen and their chemistry seems commendable.

However, apart from the lead cast, the remaining characters are convincing and are poorly written which breaks the movie’s flow. Malavika Nair in particular is the highlight of this romantic drama and is great in emotional scenes and has given her career-best performance.

Being realistic with his trademark comedy and showcasing true human emotions is one of the biggest strengths of Srinivas Avasarala, and he already proved with films like Oohalu Gusagusalaade and Jyo Atchyutananda.

But now in the process of showcasing true emotions and character depth in PAPA, the writer ignored the movie’s pacing and screenplay which tires the audience.A crispy screenplay with well written characters would have brought more credibility to this romantic drama.

As there is no other straight away Telugu film scheduled for release this week and with the lover boy image, Naga Shourya could satisfy the Telugu audience to some extent with his routine romantic drama.

The movie is financially supported by TG Vishwa Prasad and Vivek Kuchibhotla under their People Media Factory banner.

On the whole this week ends on a boring note for Tollywood we have to wait for the next week as there are bunch of films lined up for release marking the occasion of Ugadi.

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