Ammaa Ki Boli

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Ammaa Ki Boli
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byNarayan chauhan
Produced by
  • Mukesh Chaudhary
  • Shiva Sharma
  • Pankaj Jaiswal
  • Shivam Aggarwal
  • Prakash Bhardwaj
  • Zeeshan Ahmad
Written bySajan Aggarwal
Music byManoj Santoshi
CinematographySaptarshi Pratim
Release date
  • 14 December 2012 (2012-12-14)
Running time
120 minutes

Ammaa Ki Boli is a comical genre movie directed by Narayan Chauhan and produced under the banner of Street Act Production,Next Entertainment and Amaash Films. The story revolves around an old-aged husbandless mother, her 5 grown-up children’s and a second-rate two-seater scooter. The movie features Faruk Zafar as Ammaa in lead role, following with Priyal Patil, Govind Namdev, Sitaram Panchal, Sanjay Mishra, Hrishita Bhatt, Zakir Hussain Actor, Ishtiaq Khan, Shekhar Singh and others in their respective important roles.[1]


The story[2] revolves around an old-aged husband-less mother Ammaa (Faruk Zafar), her 5 grown-up children’s and a second-rate two-seater scooter living in a small town. Ammaa’s five grown-up children’s, namely Parmu (Govind Namdev), Jeetu (Sitaram Panchal), Rukmi (Sanjay Mishra), Kalavati (Himani Shivpuri) and Hari (Zakir Hussain), are all well-settled and have their own 2-seater vehicle. However, only Rukmi doesn’t have and thus he steals nearly Rs. 40,000/- from Ammaa’s safe-box and buys a second class two-seater scooter.

Soon the scooter met with a strange accident because of the two local boys and so does the exposure of robbing money from Ammaa. A group meeting was then finally called up and the scooter was declared as ‘Sarvajanik Scooter’ (public scooter) where anybody and anyone in the family can use it. However this doesn’t go down well with Rukmi and the story takes a complete turn in a sheer hilarious manner, where how it changes from the key of this second-rate scooter to Ammaa’s funeral, forms the crux of the story. This film also deals with the importance of relations in present scenario, This is a satire on family relations between A mother and her Five children which explained in a form of comedy.


Production executive-RAFIQUL HASSAN

Asst Directors- Sunil Yadav, Aayush Saxena, Jitender Pawar, Pawan singh, Ajay sahu.

Art asst - Roshan, Onkaar

Camera Asst- Chandra, Chandu, Raaju, Rajesh.


  1. ^ "On the sets: 'Amma Ki Boli'". The Times of India. Retrieved 17 November 2012.
  2. ^ "Ammaa Ki Boli Official Theatrical Trailer". YouTube. Retrieved 23 February 2013.


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