Ante Sundaraniki OTT Release Date, Digital Rights, OTT Platform
Ante Sundaraniki OTT Release Date: Treasured, long lasting mates Sundar Prasad and Leela Thomas have capitulated to each other. Simply issue is, will their moderate families agree to their marriage?
If you’ve seen Mental Madhilo and Brochevarevarura, you kind of understand what the future holds from Vivek Athreya’s Ante Sundaraniki at this stage and he doesn’t disappoint.
In a film stacked up with specific yet captivating characters and no lack of misguided thoughts or laughing, it’s difficult to reprimand when you leave happily.
Ante Sundaraniki OTT Release Date
|Movie Name||Ante Sundaraniki|
|OTT Release Date||TBA|
Ante Sundaraniki Story Line
Sundar Prasad (Nani) is the primary kid (among various young ladies) of a tremendous, moderate, Brahmin family. With his assumptions for being a youth artiste in a Chiranjeevi film ran, he stifles under the different pujas and services his family makes him follow.
It seems like essentially every day when his father (Naresh) feels enough jittery to find better ways to deal with limit his autonomy. His deep rooted buddy Leela Thomas (Nazriya Nazim Fahadh) encounters youth in a relatively protected family.
While her people don’t control her dreams, her father (Azhagam Perumal) feels abnormal enough inside seeing Hindus on account of the kind of inclination he stood up to.
Fate joins these two when they grow up and remembering that they understand that they are so basic to each other all through the range of a move away, how should they convince their people to agree to this affiliation?
Vivek Athreya takes as much time as is required setting up the characters of Sundar and Leela, beside their families. Aruna Bhikshu plays Sundar’s grandma, a veena player who bestows through the instrument while Rohini plays his benevolent mother, the individual who, generally speaking, sees herself as trapped in the middle.
Leela likewise has a sweet little family, with her mom, played by Nadhiya, appearing to solid areas for be she’s expected to be while Leela’s sister Pushpa, played by Tanvi Ram, is apparently an arrangement of what Leela’s future could hold would it be smart for her she give up to the norm.
The more the film propels, the more you give considering the way that Sundar and Leela’s plans seem to shape an unquestionable flood of energy. It’s the point at which the last part moves around that you comprehend how huge it was for you to fathom and place assets into these characters.
Ashwini devathalu or tadhasthu devathalu in like manner in a way expect a basic part in what’s to come anyway Vivek ensures his story doesn’t give up to just odd thought.
While a part of the plans these two design give off an impression of being unreasonably staggering, it works considering the way that Vivek buckles down of never permitting you to go over the top with the film.
To reveal much else would be a shamefulness considering the way that past all of the snickers, the film in like manner really buckles down of overseeing explicit social focuses.
The story Vivek needs to tell isn’t precisely another, but his non-immediate and specific depiction genuinely makes his work shimmer. The film is at its best when the wonderful cast are mouthing off jokes that are engaging as well as interesting.
Sundar keeps on depicting this story and how it’s modified (by Ravi Teja Girijala), you for the most part end up having to know more. Vivek similarly uses Harshavardhan’s character slyly, with by far most of his perspectives mirroring that of the group.
It’s simply once the film is done that you comprehend, the boss could have sort out some way to cut the long runtime more restricted, which is a drawback. A part of the stories Sundar portrays moreover don’t land.
Nani shines in the gig of Sundar that is straightforwardly fit to his capacities while Nazriya crushes unequivocally into the skin of Leela. There’s a running gag remembering Sundar’s picture for releases, beside the group exploiting their inside character whenever they make shocking game plans that will make you snicker.
Rohini, Naresh, Nadhiya, Azhagam and Aruna really revitalize their characters, with Naresh and Aruna getting the very best lines in the film isolated from Sundar.
The appearances by Anupama Parameswaran, Venkatesh Maha and Rahul Ramakrishna are a delight. The youngster performers, who played an energetic Sundar (his abilities to move!) and Leela are sweet too.
Vivek Sagar’s music is essentially all around as flighty as the film, not hampering the record while Niketh Bommi’s camerawork shines while getting the disarray.
Ante Sundaraniki OTT Release Date
Movie Name: Ante Sundaraniki
Release Date: 10th June 2022
OTT Release Date: June 2022
Digital Rights: TBA
Satellite Rights: TBA
OTT Platform: TBA
Ante Sundaraniki Movie Information
|Directed by||Vivek Athreya|
|Written by||Vivek Athreya|
|Produced by||Naveen YerneniY. Ravi Shankar|
|Edited by||Ravi Teja Girijala|
|Music by||Vivek Sagar|
|Mythri Movie Makers|
|Distributed by||E4 Entertainment (Kerala)|
|Release date||10 June 2022|
|Running time||176 minutes|
Ante Sundaraniki Cast & Crew
Nani as Kasthuri Poorna
Nazriya Nazim as Leela Thomas, Sundar’s love interest and a photographer
Naresh as Sundar’s father
Rohini as Sundar’s mother
Nadhiya as Leela’s mother
Azhagam Perumal as Leela’s father
Harsha Vardhan as Manager Chandra Mohan
Anupama Parameswaran as Sonali
Prudhvi Raj as Sundar’s uncle
Aruna Bhikshu as Sundar’s grandmother
Tanvi Ram as Leela’s sister