Starring: Kiran Abbavaram, Chandini Chowdary and Saddam Hussein

Director: Gopinath Reddy

Producer: Kankanala Praveena

Budding actor Kiran Abbavaram who impressed with SR Kalyana Mandapam is all set to test his luck with Sammathame after a forgettable outing Sebastian PC 524 movie. Let’s see how the movie is.


Krishna (Kiran Abbavaram) is a guy whose only aim is to get married to an orthodox girl who has all the qualities of his mother. In process of finding such girl, Krishna meets Sanvi (Chandni Chowdary), but she is modern and broad minded girl. Krishna falls in love with Sanvi but her ideologies keep coming in the in between. The rest of the story is as to how Krishna and Sanvi of two different mind sets and ideologies make peace and become a couple.

Plus Points:

The movies’ theme of the is interesting and has been executed well. The entire first half which deals with the ideological differences between a small-town guy and a city girl has been handled well.

Kiran Abbavaram is improving with each movie and he is apt in the role. Chandni Chowdary is quite good and the chemistry between the lead pair is impressive.

Minus Points:

The biggest drawback in the movie is post-interval episodes. After establishing the core point perfectly in the first half, the director failed to handle the screenplay properly which led to lack in the depth. The director couldn’t justify how a modern and broad-minded girl falls for a small-town and fickle minded guy. The climax also looks hurried.


On the whole, Sammathame is a half-baked romantic drama with an interesting first half and not so impressive second half. If you a freak of love stories, give this film a shot without any expectations.