Anasuya is the daughter of a millionaire, while Anand is from a middle class family in a village. They both meet while travelling by train and fall in love with each other, but do not manage to express their love to each other. Back home, Anand Vihari`s family decides to arrange his marriage with another girl. What happens next forms the crux of the story.Wikipedia
A Aa Reviews
Overall, 'A..Aa..' is an Old-fashioned Family comedy which is a well-wrapped candy...
Watchable for its lighter moments and emotional sequences.Bottom-line: Many Aaha Moments
Even though, it is a regular story, Trivikram made a successful attempt with his own style of entertaining the audience. Overall, it is a good entertainment film which has hit the theatres in the recent times.
Don’t MISS this complete Family entertainer of Trivikram Srinivas.
We get to see some great visuals from the lens of Natarajan Subramanian and Dudley. It looks very colorful setting the mood of the film right. Mickey J Meyer’s songs are passable and could have been better. None of the songs actually leave an impact and it is mostly saved by the flashy visuals.Verdict: A decent sugarcoated family drama!
A Aa has a very good plot and Trivikram executed it well without getting too much melodramatic. His style of presentation and characterizations will keep you entertained despite the lack of so called masala elements. A Aa is a wholesome entertainer that can be enjoyed with your whole family. It is a perfect summer film that gives your ticket's worth of entertainment.
With ‘A Aa’, Trivikram presents a romantic drama that has better writing, good performances, and some nice family moments. Nithinand Samantha shine through in this movie. Though it is inspired by Vijaya Nirmala’s ‘Meena’, Trivikram comes up with his own mark with terrific cinematography and good music.