Alluri Telugu Movie Review

Alluri Telugu Movie Review

Release date : September 23, 2022 Rating : 2.5/5

Starring: Sree Vishnu, Kayadu Lohar, Tanikella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj, Ravi Varma, Madhusudhan Rao Reddy, Jaya Vani

Director: Pradeep Varma

Producer: Bekkem Venu Gopal

Music Director: Harshavardhan Rameshwar

Cinematography: Raj Tota

Publisher: Dharmendra Kakarala

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The actor Sree Vishnu is known for his various selections of stories. The actor has now created an action drama titled Alluri in which he plays a fierce policeman. The film crew mentioned that the film is about portraying the greatness of police officers. It has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.


Iqbal, son of Naseeruddin (Tanikella Bharani) tries to become a police officer. After trying for a few years, he can’t. Very saddened by this, Iqbal thinks about getting another job. Naseeruddin, who worked with CI Alluri Seetha Rama Raju (Sree Vishnu), tells the powerful and inspiring life story of A. Rama Raju to motivate his son. This film is about the journey of Rama Raju who has come a long way in his career by facing many challenges both professionally and personally.

Points in favor:

We have seen Sree Vishnu give very good performances before, mainly as a lover boy. Here in Alluri, the actor undergoes a complete transformation required for a cutthroat cop role and he played it with tremendous conviction. He is the heart and soul of the movie and he shines in it every time.

There are some good moments like the police working together with Naxals that were cleverly presented. Most of the fight sequences with Sree Vishnu went well. The climax is completely shocking and forceful that it moves us emotionally.

Tanikella Bharani landed a role that had a good scope in the second half of the film and the veteran actor did her justice. Suman and Raja Ravindra were fine in their respective roles.

Bad points:

The script of the film is very dated and lacks strength and freshness. Some scenes go overboard and don’t seem convincing. They seem fine on paper, but when it comes to execution, the director falters. There are a lot of fans making themselves visible at many points in the film.

The romantic track between the main couple is not doing well as it takes too much screen time. The songs get in the way like speed switches while there is a serious chain of scenes. The emotional angle between the lead actors didn’t work either.

The violence parts are heavy and may not appeal to all sections of the audience. The movie is too long with a lot of boring sequences and especially the second half of the movie drags unnecessarily. Few scenes also remind us of the movies that have come in this genre.

Technical aspects:

Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s background score is very good and elevates the action blocks. Raj Thota’s camera work is pretty good. The editing team should have cut the length of the film by at least fifteen minutes to make things better.

Production values ​​are decent. Coming to director Pradeep Varma, his intention to deliver a solid crime story is fine, but he does a sub-par job with his barely engaging narration. Had he come up with a better script, the overall range of the film would have improved.


In general, Alluri participates only in some scenes. The idea is good, but the immature execution plays a spoilsport here. Sree Vishnu’s honest acting and good action sequences take a hit from the outdated script, making the movie just a good watch for the mass audience this weekend. Rating: 2.5/5

Reviewed by 123telugu team

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