Prime Video announces first Telugu original movie Ammu starring Aishwarya Lekshmi

OTT giant Prime Video’s first Telugu original movie ‘Ammu’, a gripping emotional thriller, is all set to enthrall the audience from 19 October.

By Bhavana  Published on  7 Oct 2022 11:55 AM GMT
Prime Video announces first Telugu original movie Ammu starring Aishwarya Lekshmi

Hyderabad: OTT giant Prime Video's first Telugu original movie 'Ammu', a gripping emotional thriller, is all set to enthrall the audience from 19 October.

With Karthik Subbaraj as the creative producer, the film is written and directed by Charukesh Sekar and produced by Stone Bench Films. The drama thriller stars Aishwarya Lekshmi, Naveen Chandra, and Simha

Prime members in India and across 240 countries and territories can stream 'Ammu' in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi from 19 October exclusively on Prime Video. 'Ammu' is a part of Prime Video's festive line-up for the Great Indian Festival 2022 starting 23 September. The line-up also includes several other original series and blockbuster movies in multiple languages

'Ammu' traces the thrilling transformation of a woman from being a victim of domestic violence to overcoming her internal conflicts, discovering her inner strength, and giving a big payback to her abusive husband. Aishwarya Lekshmi plays the titular role in the movie alongside Naveen Chandra and Simha in the lead.

The first look was revealed by top directors such as Karthik Subbaraj, Vineeth Sreenivasan, Kiranraj, and Tharun Bhascker. Championing Ammu's message of empowerment, actors Sai Pallavi, Manju Warrier, and Samyuktha Hegde unveiled the launch date

Kartik Subbaraj, the creative producer of the film, said, "Ammu, as a film, is more than just a revenge thriller. The movie is rooted in drama, laced with the unpredictability of life that will keep the viewers on the edge of their seats. It is fantastically performed by some of the industry's finest with Aishwarya, Naveen, and Simha giving it their all. I applaud Charukesh Sekar for bringing this gripping and important narrative while keeping intact its emotional core."

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