What happens when a very rich person has to hide his identity and become a beggar for 48 days? A person who never had any reason to ask anyone for anything has to beg for food and sustain himself. This story based on a real incident is beautifully made into a film by KM Chaitanya. The real incident is about a man who became a beggar for six months for the sake of his mother. In the film, the hero has to become a beggar for 48 days but it is still a task filled with dangers and humiliation. Does he succeed and save his mother? Watch the film for this feel good film.
Chiranjeevi Sarja is Siddu aka Siddartha, the only son of a rich business woman who runs two textile factories. He returns to India after studying abroad and is to take over the charge of running the business. But in a freak accident, his mother goes into coma and does not recover even after being given treatment by the best doctors money can buy.
A monk tells Siddu that his mother will recover if he becomes a beggar for 48 days. He has to beg and make money and eat food with that. Then he has to donate all the money to a temple the following morning and start with zero. Siddu accepts the challenge. But there are so many problems he has to face for that.
While he has become a beggar in a twist of fate a girl falls in love with him. But what will she do when she realises he is a beggar? There are also villains trying to hunt him down. In the meantime his uncle is also trying to grab his property. All these elements run in a concurrent manner in the screenplay which is full of lively scenes and witty dialogues providing wholesome entertainment. This is a film for the entire family. There is drama, there is emotions, there is romance and of course there is very good comedy.
Behind the scenes there is very good work by the cinematographer. Shekar Chandru has done some excellent cinematography. Vishwa as editor is perfect. Gurukiran composes some haunting tunes and sets the mood for the film in a way only he can.
There is also very good performances by Chiru, Sithara, Nishvika Naidu, Chikkanna, Prakash Belawadi, Sathya, Ravi Kale, Karisubbu and other actors. Each element of the film like drama, comedy and romance have their good points. Amma I Love You is a perfect film for the entire family to visit the theatres.
Chitraloka Rating - 4/5