Sammathame Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Sammathame Movie Review: The family drama film Sammathame, which Kiran Abbavaram recently released after becoming well-known for his back-to-back hits Raaja Vaaru Raani Vaaru, SP Kalyana Mandapam, and Sebastian, looks fresh and promising in the teaser and trailer while also appearing to be a typical family drama. However, the makers have claimed that they are telling a unique family romance drama that has never been told in Indian cinema.

Sammathame Movie Review


A middle-class man named Krishna (Kiran Abbavaram) faced many challenges when his mother passed away when he was young. He believes that women should take care of him, so he decides to get married as soon as possible. During the engagement process, he meets Saanvi (Chandini Chowdary), who is completely different from Krishna. Eventually, the two falls in love, but the problem in their relationship is that Krishna becomes overly caring, which Saanvi didn’t like

Cast & Crew

Sammathame starring, Kiran Abbavaram, and Chandini Chowdary, and the film was directed by Gopinath Reddy, Cinematography has done by Sateesh Reddy Masam, Music has done by Shekar Chandra, and the film was produced by Kankanala Praveena.

Cast & Crew

Movie NameSammathame
DirectorGopinath Reddy
Music DirectorShekar Chandra
ProducerKankanala Praveena
GenreFamily Drama, Romance
CastKiran Abbavaram, Chandini Chowdary
EditorViplav Nyshadam

Movie Verdict

A middle-class guy meets a girl, even though she is completely different from him, and he needs marriage and a girl needs love; although the filmmakers of Sammathame claim that they are telling a unique story, you will realize that it is a typical love story within 10 minutes of the film beginning.
The film’s climax, which Kiran Abbavaram talked about in an interview and was skillfully depicted on screen, worked out well. The first half featured some entertaining scenes and their love before shifting to emotions. When dealing with emotions, you might feel like something is missing.
Addressing a distinctive perspective on relationships is to be commended, but it feels like the director should have written some powerful scenes to make the point.
Kiran Abbavaram is excellent as Krishna because he has experience playing middle-class characters, and he handled Krishna’s role with ease. Chandini is passable as Saanvi because her character comes across as flat and lacks any depth, but the other characters all did a good job in their roles.
The author, Gopinath Reddy, makes a valid point, but his writing only partially captures your attention.
Technically, Sammathame falls short, and Sateesh Reddy Masam’s cinematography is only passable. Shekar Chandra’s music, however, is excellent because it improved the mood of the film with its background score.
Sammathame is a watchable movie, so if you enjoy family dramas and romances, you should give it a shot.

Rating: 3/5

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