In the climax of A Aa E Ee, all the members of the cast are standing on a railway track, staring at an oncoming train. To anyone watching the movie until then, that would appear too good to be true - and unfortunately, it indeed is. They're staring only because the pregnant Kalyani (Meera Jasmine) is tied to a railroad hand-car by the villain (Venkat), and a train is hurtling towards the helpless woman.
How the mess starts is this. Chandram (Srikanth) and Kalyani are a devoted and happy couple, living with his grandmother (Telangana Sakuntala). When Kalyani gets pregnant, Chandram doesn't tell her that she has a deadly disease as well. He needs a lot of money to treat her, and on top of it, loses his job as well. He is moping around and irrigating the railway track with mammoth amounts of tears, when he comes across 2 feet, a woman's body without 2 feet, and lots of money.
Anand (Krishna Bhagawan), Chandram's lawyer friend, then puts 2 and 2 together, and tells Chandram to tell the police that the woman Ramya (Sada) is his (Chandram's) wife, and to pocket the money.
Now Ramya's dad (Tanikella Bharani) has a weak heart, and so to keep him in good spirits, Chandram has pose as his son-in-law and live in their house for some time. Chandram keeps swinging between being Kalyani's husband and Ramya's husband. However, Ramya comes back. Which means she never was dead. Which in turn means she hasn't watched the film yet.
She baffles Chandram by keeping up her act as his wife. But Chandram would never cheat on his wife. Neither would Ramya cavort with a married man. So the two carry on only in the director's fantasies - that too, in the presence of several fruits. Then comes Ramya's flashback, which involves a villain who had cheated her by pretending to be her lover.
A Aa E Ee is all about sentiment, drama and comedy - until the censor certificate disappears from the screen, that is. After that, it's all about mindlessness, loudness and utter revulsion. In other words, it's a perfect family setting!
The movie has several vulgar jokes, and a particularly sleazy servant-maid, so keep the kids at home unless you want to give them a free biology lesson.
Srikanth manages to perform well in this cesspool. Meera Jasmine is good, except for some atrocious dressing in the songs, and Sada is pretty graceful. The rest of the performances are good, and everyone acts like they should. Pity the movie doesn't act like a movie.
The music should have made sure that the lyrics do not offend the religious sensibilities of the listeners. It, instead, makes sure they'll molest the listeners. The production values are low as well, and going by the costumes, so are the general values.
Stop breathing for a while - A Aa E Ee should blow away soon.