Sree Vishnu’s Alluri Movie Review: Despite Sree Vishnu’s reputation for making films with deep messages, recent releases indicate that he is also concerned about box office success. His most recent film, Bhala Thandanana, was a financial flop. He’s taking a risk by releasing Alluri, his second picture. Because stylish star Allu Arjun attended a promotional event, the film generated a lot of attention before its formal release. Check out our comprehensive review to see if the film is worth your time.
In Alluri’s film, an honorable cop named A. Ramaraju (Sree Vishnu) is transferred several times during a 20-year span. His perspective changes after interacting with a shrewd politician.
Cast & Crew
Kayadu Vishnu Also known as Sree Bharani Tanikella Lohar, also known as Raja Raj R. P. Udhia, is the King of Suman (30 Years) Madhusudhan Rao Reddy, Ravi Varma This film was directed by Pradeep Varma, shot by Raj Thota, and edited by Dharmendra Kakarala. It was produced by Bekkem Venu Gopal and distributed by Lucky Media.
|Music Director||Harshavardhan Rameshwar|
|Producer||Bekkem Venu Gopal|
|Cast||Sree Vishnu, Kayadu Lohar, Tanikella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj (30 Years), Ravi Varma, Madhusudhan Rao, Reddy Jaya Vani|
Despite the fact that there is no such thing as a police tale anymore, filmmakers continue to strive to construct films with a police theme. “Alluri” is an example of how they are striving to generate intriguing stories with a police theme. In the film’s promotional materials, Sree Vishnu stated that despite being a biopic about police enforcement, moviegoers will never be bored. When you actually see it, however, you get the opposite impression.
Taniella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj (30 Years), and Ravi Varma were all fantastic actors, but Kayadu Lohar received no screen time. Sree Vishnu does well in the role of Rama Raju despite having never portrayed a cop before. We should appreciate seeing him in all of his different guises and incarnations.
The plot wasn’t bad, but Pradeep Varma couldn’t compose interesting moments.
Technically, Alluri isn’t really noteworthy. While Raj Thota did a wonderful job with Arjun Reddy, he was unable to make Alluri as visually or commercially appealing. The rest of the technical crew did a wonderful job, and while Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s songs fall short, his music is superb.
Last but not least, Alluri can only be performed by followers of Sree Vishnu.
- Few action blocks
- Sree Vishnu Performance
- Boring Screenplay
- Routine Scenes