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My Movie - Gamyam
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March 21, 2008



I was hesitant to go to Gamyam in the first week of its release due to the star cast, when my friends planned for this movie.They came back from movie with full of Joy and appreciated the movie in such a way that i decided that i would watch this movie in the weekend and i did watch this movie on Saturday here in Dallas.I am a big movie buff, i watch almost 98% of pictures released in Telugu.I have been really vexed with the typical commercial movies that have been releasing with in our Telugu film industry with same old stereotype stories , huge budgets spent on casting and shooting locations.

Gamyam proved this time again as some of the low budget all time hits, that it is the story and the way it is told that makes a movie hit but not the huge star cast.I was really touched by the way Krish narrated the journey of a human being transforming himself from an arrogant, spoiled youngster to a sensible , altruistic ,good Samaritan. Abhiram's character was the one where his lifestyle reflected his upbringing and family circumstances that made him a person what he was today at the start of the film. And it took him his love to realise what is reality of a life .In his journey of realizing what is important in life he has lost a good friend who is guileless , happy go lucky type personified human being and helped a lady in giving birth to a new child.We as human beings most of the time just ignore the fact that the reason that you can be happy is through helping the needful who are in need. I don't always believe that a movie has to give social message to the society.But in this movie it had both entertainment and a social message.I could feel the sense of the message at the end of the movie when i was leaving the cinema hall.I have read some posts on the scene where the director introduced the forest scene with Naxals leader was not necessary .But I personally feel that the link between the guy who rescues Abhiram and his link to the naxalism was very well linked together.Till that scene i was wondering who is this guy and how could he very well handle a gun . And once this scene appeared it made a total sense to me.And the scene that followed this forest scene where Seenu dies , i think this was the most touching part of the movie.I was enjoying the humour portrayed by gaali seenu so much that I was literally in tears when i saw this frame where seenu leaves his last breath in Abhiram's arms.

Overall a very good movie that i would recommend to Telugu film lovers to watch. Very good direction and screenplay by Krish. Sharwanand and Naresh have done very good acting.I felt like Kamalinee's role was not much elevated although the story revolves around her.Nice background music blended with humour , sentiment and social message.Something that could have been better was the editing part, i personally felt that in some parts of the movie the frames did not sync in properly.Looking at the new potential i m sure that in the coming years we can definitely witness some nice movies from these talented young directors.All the best Krish.

Sridhar Aemalla

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