Aadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule (U)
27/Apr/2007 Love, Drama 2 Hrs 53 Mins

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Overall: 3.5 from 146 users

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3.50

Go and watch it.

The relationship between father - son is enchanting. Narration is little slow and screenplay is adequate. Nonetheless, Selva Raghavan succeeds in touching the right chord by directing a big hero for the first time(more)

Source: Idlebrain Review Board, Idlebrain

3.25

AMAV is a good entertainer

The performances by the lead actors are the film's highlight. Both are natural, understated, subtle and complement each other perfectly -- they are very much the characters they essay. Coupled with Selva's touch, their vitality will go a long way in ensuring the success of the film. (more)

Source: Radhika Rajamani, Rediff.com

3.25

AMAV will not disappoint, if you are a Venkatesh fan.

Venkatesh is there in every frame and he is likable as Ganesh. Trisha looks good, has a meaty role and she does her best. There are plenty of continuity problems (more)

Source: MovieBuzz, Sify.com

3.25

Venkatesh excelled in emoting

The director devoted the entire first half to portray love and the second half to sentiment and emotions. The snake episode was hilarious while the love episode between 'Colours' Swati and Venkatesh was also hilarious.(more)

Source: Indiaglitz Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Yemaindi Ee Vela” Kulasekhar Udit Narayanan
2 “Cheli Chamaku” Kandi Konda Adnan Sami, Anushka Manchanda & Swetha
3 “Allantha Doorala” Sirivennela S.P. Balasubramaniam
4 “Naa Manasuki” Chandrabose Karthik & Gayatri Iyer
5 “O Baby” Chandrabose Haricharan, Jenny, Mathangi & Bhargavi Pillai
6 “Manasa Manichamma” Sirivennela Manasa Manichamma