Superstar Mahesh Babu Launches Trailer Of Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali Stars Sudheer Babu And Krithi Shetty
Superstar Mahesh Babu Launches Trailer Of 'Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali,' Stars Sudheer Babu And Krithi Shetty
Mohanakrishna Indraganti directs 'Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali,' which talks about society’s negative attitude towards women in cinema. The film will feature Sudheer Babu and Krithi Shetty in lead roles.
Sudheer Babu and Creative Director Mohanakrishna Indraganti are one of Tollywood's most successful duos. Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali, a beautiful romantic entertainment, is on the way from the pair. Dazzling Diva Krithi Shetty plays the lead in the film, which B Mahendra Babu and Kiran Ballapalli produced under Benchmark Studios in cooperation with Mythri Movie Makers and directed by Gajulapalle Sudheer Babu.
The movie's preview and tracks have already raised anticipation. Today, actor Mahesh Babu released the film's theatrical trailer and wished the whole crew well.
The trailer opens with Krithi Shetty, a doctor by profession who accepts to perform in films, and Sudheer Babu, a prominent director, who is overjoyed with her decision. Although Krithi aspires to be a film actress, her parents are staunchly opposed. Furthermore, they despise the film business and have negative views against it. The crux of the narrative is where the actress and filmmaker's love story ends.
Everyone enjoys watching movies. However, some people have negative feelings towards the sector. Because of this aspect, parents are entirely opposed to sending their daughters to work. Indraganti picked the same issue as the narrative for this film, and he was able to persuade with his flawless screenwriting.
Cinematographer PG Vinda is a skilled craftsman who has done an excellent job, while Vivek Sagar's music is sophisticated. The two worked together to add magic to the story. The art director is Sahi Suresh, while the editor is Marthand K Venkatesh.
The trailer, in addition to establishing the major characters, depicted a contradicting point, raising the standard for the film.