Rating: 3.0/5

Aami review from other sources

BehindWoods.com 2.75/5

In the beginning, Manju Warrier might sound a bit 'too dramatic' but her performance is sure to smoothly absorb the audience into Aami. A major visible imperfection is her make up - at times Aami looks younger than her younger sister and her (Aami's) son, and older than her mother. Tovino Thomas has given one of his finest performances as Aami's illusion of Lord Krishna. Murali Gopi and Anoop Menon have played their roles to perfection. The young actress Neelanjana, who plays the younger Aami deserves great applause for effortlessly portraying different emotions. A well directed visual experience with Kerala's most loved writer.

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filmibeat.com 3.5/5

Mollywood's good association with biopics continue with Aami, which offers a poetic journey through the life of one of the prolific writers of Kerala.

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TimesOfIndia.com 3.5/5

Manju pulls off another competent act and rises to the occasion by emoting well the various moods of the love queen of Malabar. But the fans and acquaintances of the poet may not be entirely convinced about the overt makeup, the predominant Valluvanadan slang and the throaty laughter that punctuates her dialogues.

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  • Kamal
  • Raphael Thomas
  • Bijibal
  • Madhu Neelakandan
  • A Sreekar Prasad
  • Kamal
  • Reel & Real Cinema
  • Feb 09, 2018
  • Malayalam