Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo Telugu Movie Review: A few months ago, a song was uploaded to YouTube praising “Tirupati,” and it immediately caught the attention of the Telugu audience. Now, the same team has uploaded a teaser for a film that was shot entirely in and around the city. The movie’s promotion team did a good job leading up to its release, and the trailer suggested that the film would be enjoyable. To find out if the movie “Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo” lives up to the hype that has been built up for it, let’s dive deep into a review of it.

Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo Telugu Movie Review


Among the middle class, Varadhi is known for his sales of idol frames. He has fallen in love with a girl, but he isn’t accepted by her family because of his lack of financial resources. Varadhi decides to take part in a heist in order to quickly amass a large sum of money, but his participation in the crime leads to a massive money chase that will alter his and others’ lives forever.

Cast & Crew

Allantha Dooramlo features an ensemble cast that includes Raavan Reddy, Sri Nikitha, Alankritha sha, Ravindar Bommakanti, Prasad Behra, MS, Lahari gudivada, Amruthavarshini Somisetty, and others. Cascade pictures presents a film directed by Anand J and produced by Ramesh Dabbugottu and Reddy Rajendra P. The score was composed by Phani Kalyan, and DGK was in charge of the cinematography.

Movie Name Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo
Director Anand J
Music Director Phani Kalyan
Producer Ramesh Dabbugottu, Reddy Rajendra P
Genre Comedy, Crime, Drama
Cast Raavan Reddy, Sri Nikitha, Alankritha sha, Ravindar Bommakanti, Prasad Behra, MS, Lahari gudivada, Amruthavarshini Somisetty
Cinematography DGK

Movie Verdict

Although Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo was launched to theatres without any fanfare or anticipation and its cast was comprised largely of newcomers, it’s hard to tell from the film’s polished production values that it was made by amateurs. The movie drags at the beginning, but the main character’s decision to rob the money because he believes that doing so will improve his life in every way possible is what really gets things going. Despite some shaky storytelling in both halves, the movie manages to hold our attention with compelling moments and unexpected turns right up to the final credits.

Acting-wise, Raavan Reddy, a newcomer with only one film under his belt (Pedavi Datani Matokatundi), is outstanding. His character is nuanced and gives him plenty of room to grow. He clearly cared about the character and acted accordingly, as he had great screen presence. The part Sri Nikitha plays in is fine, although she does not have many responsibilities. The actor who played the hero’s best friend was equally impressive in his role. The supporting cast all did fine jobs that served the tale.

From a purely aesthetic standpoint, Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo seems fine. The score by Phani Kalyan is solid, and the visual adaptation of the hit single “Tirupati” is impressive. Although DGK is credited as the cinematographer, the quality of the photos could have been greater. Satya Giduturi’s editing works fine. The production values are subpar.

Director Anand’s making and writing are successful in keeping the viewer interested until the very end. Even if there are a few production issues, they are understandable given that this is the director’s debut feature.

Definitely check out Alipiriki Allantha Dooramlo this weekend if you have the chance. If you walk into this movie with an open mind, you’ll find yourself pleased by the acting and production values.

Plus Points:

  • Hero Raavan Reddy
  • Plot

Minus Points:

  • Production Values
  • Cinematography

Rating: 2.75/5

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