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WATCH: ‘Amaram Akhilam Prema’ Starring Vijay Ram And Shivshakti Sachdeva Hints At A Formulaic Love Story

The trailer of actors Vijay Ram and Shivshakti Sachdeva starrer Amaram Akhilam Prema dropped on Thursday morning. The film will have a direct digital release on the ‘aha’ streaming app on September 18. Written and directed by Jonathan Edwards, the film has been bankrolled by late producer V.E.V.K.D.S. Prasad, who was also director Sukumar’s friend and manager, under the VR Chalana Chitralu banner. Owing to his demise, his son and lead actor Vijay Ram has taken up the mantle of the producer now.


An affectionate father (Srikanth Iyengar) and daughter (Shivshakti) who’d do anything for each other be it the father requesting the principal to cut down on school timings for his daughter, or the daughter agreeing to study hard and make her father proud. A reckless young boy (Vijay) working at a book store out of his father’s compulsion. Eventually, the girl and boy fall in love and disappoint both families. Going by the trailer, it seems to be the quintessential beaten down love story we’ve witnessed for ages together. Although, we’re yet to see if it has something new to offer.

Actor Nagarjuna launched the trailer through video conference with the film’s cast and crew and the team of aha.

Amaram Akhilam Prema is reportedly a story that defines love in all its forms. It talks about the bond forged between a father and daughter. Apart from the lead, the cast includes actors VK Naresh, Srikanth Iyengar, and Annapurna in important roles.

The film has Radhan on music, Rasool Ellore on camera, Amar Reddy on edit, and Ramakrishna & Monica on art. Dialogues have been penned by Srikanth Vissa.

Speaking about the film, Allu Arvind earlier said, “I am very happy that we are joining such a passionate team to take the film to the audience. I am delighted to introduce such new talent into the industry.”

The film has been shot in Hyderabad and Kakinada and will premiere directly on the OTT platform on September 18, skipping a theatrical release.

Watch the trailer of Amaram Akhilam Prema here.