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Alluri Movie Review

by rameshe

Critic’s Rating : / 5

Alluri Movie Review : Sri Vishnu gives his best in this lengthy action-packed saga

Story: A young police aspirant, Iqbal, sets out on a mission to trace the journey arc of an inspirational police officer, Alluri. AS Rama Raju, aka Alluri (Sri Vishnu), from the word go, was a passionate and unbent cop who believed in the institution of police and a combination of brain and brawn. The journey takes Iqbal to Kothavalasa, Dharakonda, Vizag and Hyderabad, all the places where Alluri discharged his duties and left an indelible mark on eliminating corruption and crime. What Else did Iqbal learn about Alluri? What happened to Alluri?

Review: The film’s title resonates with the action-packed narrative and climax of the movie. Sri Vishnu, as Alluri, is impeccable and gives his best, playing the role of a passionate and ferocious police officer committed to his duties. Playing the character which grows from strength to strength, Sri Vishnu experimented with his looks and was impeccable in the first half. Directed by Pradeep Varma, the film had a racy background score, aesthetic cinematography, power-packed action sequences and a bit of romance. Though visually pleasing, the songs that come in between do not gel well with the narrative. Kayadu Lohar, as Sandhya, looked beautiful and did a decent job playing the character of Alluri’s wife. Veteran actors Suman and Tanikella Bharani appeared in meaty roles and gave their best. Raja Ravindra and Prudhvi Raj, as police officers, played supporting roles effectively while generating a bit of humour. Madhusudhan Rao, Pramodhini, Ravi Varma, Jaya Vani, Vasu Inturi, Vennela Rama Rao, Srinivas Vadlamani and others play supporting roles. The movie’s biggest drawback is its overarching length – content that could have been better for a long-format series. Every place Alluri works has a significant conflict to resolve, along with some minor ones, and it might be too much for an average moviegoer to process all in one go.

Written and directed by Pradeep Varma had music by Harshvardhan Rameswar, cinematography by Raj Thota, editing by Dharmendra Kakarala, art direction by Vittal, fights by Ram Krishan and lyrics by Rambabu Gosala.

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