(Ravi Prakash), Pedda (Raja Sridhar) & Chinna (Anil)
are three spoilt youngsters in Amalapuram. They get
infatuated by a girl (Nitya Das) who comes from Vizag
for a visit. When she is developing a strong bond of
friendship, one of these buddies misbehaves with her.
Upset by the bad reputation they got in Amalapuram,
these youngsters shift their base to Vizag. There they
realize that the girl they met in village is in serious
depression because of the sexual harassment by her coach
and the mental harassment by her brother-in-law. She
wants to become a tennis champ. The rest of the film
is all about how these guys help her to achieve her
Ravi Prakash, Raja
Sridhar and Anil
did well. They possess good dialogue delivery too. Heroine
Nitya Das is unimpressive. Among the comedians, Krishna
Bhagawan and Hema
impress. Kondavalasa and
Dharmavarapu fail to evoke
humor. Malladi Raghava, Jogi Naidu,
Annapurna and Narsimha
Raju are adequate.
of the film is unappealing. Direction is not up to the
mark. Screenplay is uninteresting. Music is average.
Photography is adequate. Dialogues are mundane. The
cinematographer succeeded in capturing greeneries of
First half of the film is boring as it has single thread
throughout. Second half is slightly better. The only
plus point of the film is comedy by Krishna Bhagawan.
This film suffers from bad direction. There are some
cheap jokes on temple priests. There is vulgarity in
comedy episodes involving Kondavalasa and Dharmavarapu.
On a whole, 123 from Amalapuram is an avoidable fare.
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