Trivikram’s A…Aaaa! AIt was a knock out performance from Samantha. Nitin was also good in the second half. “Rang De” song, which comes at the beginning of the second half, is the best song in the film. Looks’s like Trivikram was impressed by Goutam Vasudev Menon’s picturization of “Ava Enna” song in “Vaaranam Aayiram”, that he used that template to film“Vellipooke Symalaa”. Nadia takes off from where she left at “Attharintiki Daaredhi” and “Drusyam” .

              But the best part of this movie are its supporting cast. It is an absolute delight to watch several supporting actors shine in a single movie. Veteran actor Giribabu‘s comedy timing hasn’t waned a bit. Naresh and Rao Ramesh were outstanding. Posani Krishna Murali in the scene where he says “Suryodhayanni Aanandisthunnanu” was hilarious. Posani is equally brilliant in “Sri Sri”. Srinivasa Avasarala and Shakalaka Shankar were superb in their short roles. Srinivasa Reddy is one immensely talented comedian, who is yet to get be duly recognised. He shows his timing once again during his conversations with Naresh ( “Pulihora loo Puli lantivallu”, “Durga Devi Pulimeedha Kurchundhani Pulini Poojincham kadhandi” etc). Brahmanandam’s absence in the film is my only regret. The super comedian just needs one role to show his class and his fans like me need to wait and watch when he is going to get that.

For the moment, it looks like Telugu Films are ready to fill the void created by the sudden demise of established comedians and AaAaa showcases the depth of supporting talent in Telugu Cinema at the right time.