A group of children use a time machine to investigate a robbery. The protagonist couple, in their attempt to rescue the kids, get stuck in the machine and travel all the way back to the period of the ruler Krishnadevaraya (1500 A.D.) as well as into the future (2500 A.D.), facing sticky situations along the way.
Directed by: Singeetham Srinivasa Rao
. Starring: Nandamuri Bala Krishna
, Amrish Puri
, Suthi Velu
, Maruthirao Gollapudi
, Silk Smitha
, Subhalekha Sudhakar
, Tinnu Anand
, Somayajulu J.V.
. Music by: Ilaiyaraaja
This is a movie which makes me very nostalgic. I remember watching it on TV many times, and with each viewing the movie gets better and better like an Old Wine. Few movies can boast of leaving behind such a great legacy as this one, and still it remains very underrated and forgotten.
The story revolves around a man who time travels due to a series of unfortunate events. Though time travel is a very important part of the movie, its the human interaction and emotions that take the center stage. The concept is so unique and fun-filled that art amalgamates with commercial film making to create a unique blend of cinema. Traveling in both the past and the future is a brilliant thought, but a very dangerous one, since if badly executed it will be a big disaster. But, in this movie, past and future episodes are very well etched out and engaging.
If there is a sci-fi movie which is unparalleled in Telugu cinema, it is Aditya 369.
Review by flyingsaucer from the Internet Movie Database.