Ante Sundaraniki is a 2022 Telugu romantic drama movie, written and directed by Vivek Athreya. Naveen Yerneni and Y. Ravi Shankar are the producers under the Mythri Movie Makers. Nani and Nazriya Nazim are playing leading roles. Harsha Vardhan, Suhas, Rahul Ramakrishna, Naresh, Azhagam Perumal, and Nadhiya are playing supporting roles. Niketh Bommireddy is working as a cinematographer and edited by Ravi Teja Girijala. Vivek Sagar is composing the music for the movie. Ante Sundaraniki movie released on 10 June 2022. Here get the information about Ante Sundaraniki Full Movie Download.
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The trailer of ‘Ante Sundaraniki’, it would be no exaggeration to say, was a disservice to the depth of the film. The film is not about laughs. It is not about other sorts of entertainment. It is a family drama as much as a quirky comedy. The social commentary is not superficial. The subtext is relevant. And, above all, the script brings out the flaws of humans who cling on to shibboleths without sounding preachy anywhere.
Sundaram (Nani), a private company employee, hails from an orthodox Brahmin family. Leela Thomas (Nazriya) is a photographer and her Christian family is also religious. Sundaram has loved Leela since their school days. Circumstances lead to Leela falling in love with Sundaram. Knowing well that neither Sundaram’s parents nor Leela’s parents will agree to their marriage, they explore various options. Finally, they decide to lie that she’s pregnant with Sundaram’s child, and he has another problem. Their plan lands them in more embarrassing situations and leads to many complications. The lovers resort to deception and concoct two lies in order to fool their respective elders into accepting their affair. What consequences this awkward plan leads to and how the characters come of age is the crux of the story.
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Director Vivek Athreya shows promise in delivering gentle gags in the first half. The drollery is enjoyable even when it goes a bit over the top when characters like Joga Rao (Srikanth Iyengar as a quack of an astrologer), for example, are around. The narration is steady and, despite a run time of 170 minutes (excluding Ads and end credits), the film doesn’t seem overlong if you can soak into the world-building in the first half.
The ferment built around conservatism in Sundar’s Brahmin family is interesting. Once the plot thickens, things start moving thick and fast in precise directions. The religious divide between Sundar and Leela is not strained. It gives way to a mature drama where not just the protagonists but also the supporting characters are well-rounded.
Nani’s infectious warmth makes the film delightful. He is in a tizzy a lot of times and yet wins the audience over with his cantankerous behaviour. VK Naresh and Rohini are equally measured; the former, especially, is fabulous without resorting to hyperbole or cliches. Azhagam Perumal, who plays Leela’s father, is neat (although his dubbing is off). He is better than Nadhiya, who seems too dull for her character.
The first hour goes into narrating the present and childhood episodes of Sundar and Leela in a zigzag manner. Sundar’s track is comical, but Leela’s stretches come with snatches of poignancy. The plot comes into its own after the first half, especially after Sundar and Leela come together to figure out their future.
The writing doesn’t trivialize anything in the second half. Even when a sexologist is around, the dialogues are not crass and yet the comedy is delivered. Harshavardhan’s boss character has been used well to build some interesting conversations between him and Sundar. Vivek Sagar’s music graduates to a more evolved level in terms of BGM. The songs are montage ones and they all hit the right note. Niketh Bommi’s cinematographic talent comes to the fore in the indoor scenes at Sundar’s home, especially.