Sree Vishnu’s Alluri Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Sree Vishnu’s Alluri Movie Review: Recent releases reveal that despite Sree Vishnu’s reputation for crafting films with profound messages, he is also concerned with box office success. His most recent film, Bhala Thandanana, was unsuccessful at the box office. He is taking a risk by releasing his second film, Alluri. Due to Allu Arjun’s participation in a promotional event, the film received a great deal of publicity before its official release. Check out our detailed review to determine if the movie is worth your time.

Sree Vishnu's Alluri Movie Review

Story

In Alluri’s film, a respected police officer named A. Ramaraju (Sree Vishnu) is transferred multiple times over the course of twenty years. As a result of dealing with a clever politician, his perspective shifts.

Cast & Crew

Kayadu Vishnu The King of Suman is also known as Sree Bharani Tanikella Lohar and Raja Raj R. P. Udhia (30 Years) Madhusudhan Rao Reddy, Ravi Varma This motion picture was directed by Pradeep Varma, photographed by Raj Thota, and edited by Dharmendra Kakarala. It was distributed by Lucky Media and produced by Bekkem Venu Gopal.

Movie Name Alluri
Director Pradeep Varma
Music Director Harshavardhan Rameshwar
Producer Bekkem Venu Gopal
Genre Action
Cast Sree Vishnu, Kayadu Lohar, Tanikella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj (30 Years), Ravi Varma, Madhusudhan Rao, Reddy Jaya Vani
Cinematography Raj Thota

Movie Verdict,

Even if there is no longer such thing as a police story, filmmakers continue to attempt to create films with a police theme. “Alluri” exemplifies their efforts to develop compelling stories with a policy subject. Sree Vishnu noted in the film’s advertising materials that even though it is a biopic about law enforcement, audiences will never be bored. However, when you really see it, you have the opposite sensation.

Taniella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj (30 Years), and Ravi Varma were all exceptional actors, although Kayadu Lohar did not appear on-screen. Sree Vishnu performs admirably in the character of Rama Raju despite never having played a police officer before. We ought to value observing him in all of his guises and incarnations.

The plot wasn’t terrible, but Pradeep Varma was unable of creating engaging scenes.

Technically, Alluri is not particularly notable. Raj Thota did an excellent job with Arjun Reddy, but he was unable to make Alluri as artistically or commercially enticing. The remainder of the technical staff did an excellent job, and if Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s songs are lacking, his music is outstanding.

Last but not least, Alluri can only be performed by Sree Vishnu devotees.

Plus Points:

  • Few action blocks
  • Sree Vishnu Performance

Minus Points:

  • Boring Screenplay
  • Routine Scenes

Rating: 2.5/5

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