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Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha is produced by KL Damodar Prasad on Sri Ranjith Movies banner(Producers of Ala-Modalaindi). The direction is done by Mohan Krishna Indraganti of 'Astha Chema' Fame. Sumanth Ashwin and Eesha play main leads. Kalyani Koduri(Kalyani Malik) composes music and PG Vinda handles cinematography.

Release Date :23/08/2013

Critic Reviews (34)
Rating: 3.75/5
This is a Feel good movie Every one will enjoy it Mainly youth will like this movie Without any Fears Parents can also watch this movie with their children so go and watch it
Rating: 3.75/5
Bootu Leni Youth Chithram – A must watch
Rating: 3.5/5
The movie is new age love story and the director has touched some of serious issues like personal space, adjustment after marriage, career aspirations of women. He has handled the subject in a convincing and matured way. The first half of the film has lot of freshness the funny one-liners and romantic scenes will make the audience glued to screens. Due to a few drawbacks in the second half, the film fails to hold viewers' attention, but the climax sequence compensate it
The Times Of India
Rating: 3.5/5
The writing is simple, sharp, witty and hard hitting depending on the situation. The boldness and maturity with which issues of premarital sex, women's menstrual cycles is commendable. The artwork in the movie also deserves a special mention as well. Every property used looks very real and adds that sense of believability to the proceedings. The visuals are pleasing much like the music. Both Sumanth and Esha have carried off their roles very believably and fit the bill perfectly. It all adds up to make a pleasant viewing experience.
Rediff Movies
Rating: 3.5/5
AMAT is a maturely and sensitively handled, feel-good contemporary, urban love story. Producer K.L. Damodar Prasad should be complimented for producing such a refreshing film in today’s times.
Rating: 3.25/5
'Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha’ is a clean, thoughtful and warm love story. There is a lot of tenderness in the first half and youngsters will connect to it well. The movie is not without its flaws. But classy performances, witty dialogues and some thought provoking sequences end up making AMAT a good watch. At the Box Office, the film’s appeal may be limited to multiplexes.
Rating: 3.25/5
First half of the film is entertaining. Second half deals with serious issues. Plus points of the film are clean and realistic storyline, natural performances and music. On the flipside, the conflicts in the second half should have been more organic. Pace should have been better. There is a heart touch episode in the second half of the film. The success of the film will depend on how the audiences embrace that heart touching scene. I am giving 3.25 for this film as it’s a good attempt to make a clean and mature film.
Rating: 3.25/5
Anthakumundu Aa Taruvatha is a matured love story. It is urbane. Offers slice of life moments and deals with contemporary subject. Like cinema, life is full of drama. But life has no trailer. This is told in subtle manner in this love story. First half if very refreshing. Second half is uneven but dwells on emotional part. A well-told story!
Rating: 3.25/5
Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha is an urbane romantic entertainer in Indraganti Mohan Krishna’s trademark style with clean entertainment. He succeeds as a director as well as writer. The film is Indraganti’s take on why life after wedding is not the same as before despite love marriage for many. The scenes are relatable; the story/concept is fresh, narration is simplistic yet the screenplay is engaging with matured handling.
Rating: 3.25/5
The film nose dives in the second half, immediately after the interval. The freshness and the magic of the first half is missing here and mundane scenes keep coming in one after the other. There is needless melodrama. The actors start getting hyper and break out into spontaneous arguments, without proper emotional justification.
Rating: 3.25/5
Overall Anthaku Mundu Aa Tarvatha is A worth watching for those in a relationship and those seeking a fresh whiff of air in Telugu cinema
Rating: 3.25/5
Anthaku Mundhu Aa Tharuvatha despite few shortcomings is able to deliver the promise. It keeps audience entertained and engrossed to the story. The movie will certainly use the vacuum at the box office and make a mark. Well done team!
Rating: 3.25/5
The film with its eventual foray into living relationships confines it for viewing to more of urban and multiplex audience. Emotions and relationships were shown in different perspectives but typical male and female stereotyping could have been toned down a little. Overall the film is a thorough class entertainer that depicts relationships very candidly in a modern era added with the creative and romantic dialogues of the male and female leads.
Rating: 3.25/5
AMAT is a clean film with good performances and good dialogues. First half of the movie is entertaining , second half lacks its pace. Youth will connect to the movie very soon. We have to wait and see how B and C centers will receive the movie. You may watch it.
Rating: 3.25/5
Sumanth Ashwin performed naturally and he is good actor. He is good in intense scenes and pretty casual when scene demands it. Eesha did very good for a debutant, The heroine Eesha evokes the feeling of a girl next door kind of person and is modern in outlook but traditional at heart. She is also natural with her performance.
Rating: 3.25/5
Sumanth ashwin did his best and better than his first flick. He performed very composedly throughout the film. The leading lady eesha seems apt for the character and impressed with her decent performance though it is her debut film. Avasarala srinivas, rao ramesh done their best with their good roles. Madhubala, who made a great comeback with the movie after 15 years done her best. Ravibabu and rest of the actors did their part well.
Rating: 3.0/5
Indraganti belongs to that cult of filmmakers who believe in sensible stuff and his films are completely subject based with clean depiction and no room for masala or time pass situations. There is a tone of seriousness and emotional preaching than light hearted entertainment in them. So, one can go with these standard expectations to this film while entering the theatres. The good side to the film is the way human values and the gender difference has been portrayed in different situations.
Rating: 3.0/5
The first half of the movie was very decent with cute love story. Some of the romantic scenes such as 'Lovers preparing noodles in moonlight at the outskirts of the city', 'Hero telling birthday wishes to heroine through video call, plucking lotuses in a pond' etc. scenes were heart tickling. However, the second half of the movie was a big let down as most of the times both the hero and heroines seen quarreling among themselves due to petty reasons. Another drawback of the movie is that entire movie runs in a slow pace and sometimes it appeared like a TV serial. On a whole, the movie can grab the attention of multiplex audiences while its fate in B and C centers is yet to be seen.
Rating: 3.0/5
First things first! AMAT is a class romantic film that is snail paced at times. One has to watch it with patience. However, real movie lovers will be pleased with the end product. It will appeal to the target audience and impress them with sincerity and honesty.First half of the film runs at a smooth pace and has a decent interval point to sustain the interest of audience. But the director fails to continue to smooth flow in the second half. There are certain illogical things which couldn't be overlooked. For instance, heroine comes to live in with the hero although she is staying with her parents in the same city. It is not so easy for youngsters to stay together in one flat without getting married.
Rating: 3.0/5
Anthaku Mundu Aa Tharuvatha certainly follows on the same old formula, but even then it is a enjoyable ride. It could have been more attractive, if it was at least twenty minutes less in its length. Anthaku Mundu Aa Tharuvatha is one film which offers different type of entertainment to the audience in the days of commercial entertainers. Camera work is good too but background music is exceptionally brilliant. The title of the film is apt-it’s a delicious mix of love, humour and romance— all folded in a quit love story. Go grab it!!
Rating: 3.0/5
Indragani Mohanakrishna true to his nature decided to explore hard truths in love and before, after marriage. First half sails through smoothly at slow pace with romantic touch. After the interval bang real story starts with live in tortures for both hero and heroine. Many find it hard to digest second half overloaded with emotions.There are many illogical scenes in the film. Both doing baby sitting to Jhansi's kid looked unrealistic. However dialogues in the film are quite good. Some of them include "Competition, success, nonsense", "Kalsi undatam oka kala kalasi bratakadam oka reality", "romance and life are different" etc.
Rating: 3.0/5
‘Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha’ is a classy moive which will attract A center audience.
Rating: 3.0/5
‘Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha’ is a decent romantic and emotional film these days, A-class audience will enjoy it for sure. The movie’s fate across mass belt is yet to be seen. ‘Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha’ is definitely a onetime watch, much better than recent junk movies.
Rating: 3.0/5
‘Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha’ is a clean, thoughtful and fresh love story. There is a lotto offer in the first half and youngsters will connect to it well. The movie is not without its flaws. But classy performances, witty dialogues and spicy sequences end up making AMAT a good watch. It is definitely a good family watch.
Rating: 3.0/5
‘Anthaku mundu aa tarvata’ depicts the moods and states of a boy and girl, before and after falling in love. Sensible entertainment and heart touching emotions are the main strengths of this movie.
Rating: 3.0/5
The lead actors have done a decent job in their respective roles. Their blossoming romance is quite a treat to watch. Madhubala's presence also adds positively to the film, which has cool and entertaining dialogues. Comedy tracks have been played satisfyingly, giving audiences their much needed dose of laughter. Srinivas Avasarala's one liners are a plus.
Rating: 3.0/5
Coming to the overview ‘Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha’ is a complete movie. It is definitely worthy watch. You must watch this movie for this weekend.
Rating: 3.0/5
Dialogues penned by Mohana Krishna Indraganti are good. He has written some very good one liners. Music by Kalyani Koduri is neat. He delivers what is required for the film. So did cinematographer Vinda. They made this small film look good on the quality front. Editor Marthand K. Venkatesh did an okay job. Director Mohanakrishna proved his talent by handling this film in a very matured way.
Rating: 3.0/5
Anthakamundu Aatarvatha is a classy movie with a good feel in it. Despite of some improper scenes in the second half, you can walk out of the theather with the feel of watching a good movie.
Rating: 2.0/5
Indraganti Mohana Krishna selected a routine love story and tried to break through with live in relationship. The first half is too slow and most of it was wasted in establishing love track which didnot happen in the entire film. Interval bang didnot evoke much interest either. Second half deviated from live in relationship to baby sitting. Second half tested the patience of viewers. Climax is not convincing. Many films came with similar plot and Indraganti didnot try anything new. Infact he spoiled the whole story with unimaginative direction and screenplay.
Rating: 2.0/5
A film about the many misconceptions of love in what is supposed to be an urban setting. And like most films trying to portray that urban contrast it moves between coffee shops, fancy work spaces, bright and expensive flats and yoga here and there. If anything, I wish there was more from the rural subplot where the walls weren’t orange, blue or green.
Rating: 2.0/5
Director true to his nature decided to explore hard truths in love and before, after marriage. First half is through smoothly at slow pace with romantic touch. After the interval bang real story starts with live in tortures for both hero and heroine. Many find it hard to digest second half overloaded with emotions. There are many illogical scenes in the film. Both doing baby sitting to Jhansi’s kid looked unrealistic. However dialogues in the film are quite good. Some of them include “Competition, success, nonsense”, “Kalsi undatam oka kala kalasi bratakadam oka reality”, “romance and life are different” etc.
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AMAT a good watch..may be limited to multiplexes.
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Indraganti Mohanakrishna has made this movie as a decent and clean romantic love story. He has been successful in grabbing the feelings of youth. Most of the scenes in the entire film ended up in a decent way which is a direct point out to youth. While in the second half, he tried to reveal real life situations after marriages.. Music by Kalyani Koduri was good. Cinematography was excellent.
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  • Koteswarrao Arvapally
    Koteswarrao Arvapally
    One line review - Movie of the year...!!! If awards are given impartially, genuinely, best actor, actress, director and movie should go to AMAT.. Nothing more to say..!!
    August 24, 2013
  • manoj kumar
    manoj kumar
    good flick....
    August 24, 2013
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