Sree Vishnu’s Alluri Movie Review: Despite Sree Vishnu’s reputation for producing films with meaningful messages, recent releases suggest he is also interested in box office success. His latest film, Bhala Thandanana, was financially unsuccessful. He’s taking a chance by releasing a second film titled Alluri. The movie got a lot of buzz before its official release since the dapper star Allu Arjun attended a promotional event. Check out our in-depth review to learn if the film is worth your time.
In Alluri’s film, an upstanding cop named A. Ramaraju (Sree Vishnu) is transferred numerous times over the period of 20 years. The meeting with a cunning politician alters his outlook.
Cast & Crew
Kayadu Vishnu A.K.A. Sree Bharani Tanikella Lohar The King of Suman, or Raja Raj R. P. Udhia (30 Years) Ravi Varma, Madhusudhan Rao Reddy Directed by Pradeep Varma, filmed by Raj Thota, and edited by Dharmendra Kakarala, this film was produced by Bekkem Venu Gopal and distributed by Lucky Media and starred Jaya Vani.
|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 no such thing as a police story exists any longer, filmmakers persist in trying to create films with a police theme. They are struggling to create compelling stories with a police theme, and “Alluri” is an example of this. Sree Vishnu boasted in the film’s promotional materials that despite being a biopic about law enforcement, viewers will never be bored. When you actually see it, though, you get the complete opposite feeling.
Tanikella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj (30 Years), and Ravi Varma were all excellent performers, however, Kayadu Lohar was not given any screen time. Since Sree Vishnu has never played a cop before, he fares well in the role of Rama Raju. We should enjoy seeing him in his various guises and incarnations.
The plot wasn’t terrible, but Pradeep Varma was unable to write engaging sequences.
Alluri doesn’t really stand out in a technical sense. While Raj Thota did an excellent job with Arjun Reddy, he was unable to make Alluri as impressive visually or as successful commercially. The remainder of the technical staff did a great job, and while Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s songs fall short, his score is excellent.
Last but not least, only devotees of Sree Vishnu are capable of performing Alluri.
- Few action blocks
- Sree Vishnu Performance
- Boring Screenplay
- Routine Scenes