Ambi Ning Vayassaytho Movie Review: A Combination Of Subtlety And Glittery
Ambi Ning Vayassayatho has the elements of Comedy and Drama in them which will make the viewers to watch this interesting flick at their nearest theatres. The film releases today.
Most people think that the only way to live a life is with the help of a routine the whole time. Ranging from finish your studies early, get a job and immediately get married, raise kids, then retire at the desired age and finally death. This routine has become like giving instructions to a robot to follow a pattern. But life can't be lead like a robot but you can lead it the way as it comes. This is what is shown in Ambi Ning Vayassaytho which has just hit the theatres.
The movie revolves around Ambi (Ambareesh), a former stunt expert for movies, leading a mundane life in his home along with his family and son Ajay (Sudeep). Despite being retired, he doesn't seem to enjoy the life which is quite common to what most people of that age do. He is mainly involved in doing part-time jobs and doing social work for the neighbourhood. This irks Ajay as he is primarily concerned about his age the whole time. After having a heated argument, Ambi suddenly packs his bags and goes on a journey in his bike. When Ajay finds out about his mysterious disappearance and discovers that he is going to find his crush Nandini (Suhasini Maniratnam) whom he wanted to meet for years. His journey takes us on a quite a joyride to the viewers.
The director Gurudatha Ganiga has captured special moments which is quite relatable to what most of us see in our day-to-day life like a 50-year-old man jogging in the park to a couple getting married at a very late age. Every scene is properly written by the screenplay department.
There are some heartfelt moments which the director has projected it perfectly especially showing the romance of young Ambi (Sudeep) and Nandini (Sruthi Hariharan) which is giving most of us relationship goals. The best part about Suhasini Maniratnam is that her acting is compelling the younger generation to love her. The music plays a very good role in the film and they are quite situational in the real life as well. Usually, Ambareesh was only seen for limited screen time but in this film, he has actually proven that age is just a number for the actor when it comes to dancing. Sudeep has stepped out of his comfort zone by playing a supporting role in this one.
These interesting moments are just more than enough to make this film a worth watch this weekend. There is a fine line in the film which most of us have observed which is between the class and mass and this has mixed well enough to cater to all kinds of audiences.
Give this one a shot for your weekend movie plans, you will come out with a smile once the film ends.
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