Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam Telugu Movie Review: Allari Naresh never fails to deliver when it comes to movies with strong concepts. Having previously appeared in Naandi, he has returned with Itlu Maaredu Malli Prajaneekam. There was a lot of excitement and anticipation after seeing the trailer, but on November 25, 2022, the film was finally released. Check read our review to learn if the film is worth your time.

Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam Telugu Movie Review


The film followed a group of forest dwellers named the Maredumallu, who have no modern conveniences and live in the past. Vote solicitation trips were necessary after politicians finally agreed to allow them to participate in upcoming elections. The government employee Naresh canvassed the area to solicit votes. When they refused to cast ballots and demanded answers about the murder of their friend Appanna, the plot took a surprising turn.

Cast & Crew

Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam stars Allari Naresh, Anandhi, Vennela Kishore, Chammak Chandra, Praveen, Sampath Raj, Raghu Babu, Shritej, and others. It was directed by AR Mohan and produced by Zee Studios and Hasya Movies. Sree Charan Paakala composed the score for the film.

Movie Name Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam
Director AR Mohan
Music Director Sree Charan Paakala
Producer Zee Studios and Hasya Movies
Genre Social Drama
Cast Allari Naresh, Anandhi, Vennela Kishore, Chammak Chandra, Praveen, Sampath Raj, Raghu Babu, Shritej
Cinematography Raam Reddy

Movie Verdict

The film’s first act seems promising, as it depicts the lifestyle of forest inhabitants and the fact that, for the first time, politicians are taking forest people into account when casting their votes. After the protagonist travels to Maredumalli, the story escalates into a disagreement about who will go to the forest and urge forest people to cast their votes. First half of the story is fascinating since it shows how people who live in the forest go about their daily lives.

After the main character discovers the truth about politicians and government officials, the plot really takes off. The second act gets off to an engaging start, but the movie loses steam in the buildup to and resolution of its climax. Nevertheless, the film as a whole contains all the elements with which any average viewer will identify.

The supporting cast of Chammak Chandra, Praveen, Sampath Raj, Raghu Babu, and Shritej all put out solid performances, and Anandhi is capable, but she isn’t given many opportunities to shine as an actress. While Allari Naresh’s natural performance was great as always, the movie could have used more humour from him.

Despite being about an election, AR Mohan’s novel is compelling because it depicts the everyday existence of those who live in the woods. The high-quality goods he introduced to the market also caught people’s attention.

The majority of Itlu Maredumalli took place in the wooded region of Maredumalli, which was beautifully photographed by cinematographer Raam Reddy, albeit with less-than-ideal colour tonality. Even though Sri Charan Paakala’s music was poorly executed (both his songs and the score for the film’s background were below average), everyone else in the team performed a good job.

When it comes to demographics, Itlu Maredumalli is a social drama that works for everyone.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Performance

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration in the Second half
  • Predictable scenes

Rating: 3/5

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