Alluri Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Sree Vishnu’s Alluri Movie Review: Sree Vishnu is known for making movies with strong messages, but it looks like he is also trying to make movies that will make money. His most recent movie, Bhala Thandanana, did not do well at the box office. Now, to try his luck, he is putting out another movie called Alluri. The stylish actor Allu Arjun went to a pre-release event for the movie, which brought it a lot of attention. Let’s read our in-depth review to find out if the movie is worth seeing or not.

Sree Vishnu's Alluri Movie Review


In Alluri’s movie, A. Ramaraju (Sree Vishnu), an honest police officer, goes through many transfers over the course of 20 years. Things change when he meets a sly politician, though.

Cast & Crew

Vishnu Kayadu Sree Bharani Lohar Tanikella Raja Suman Raj Ravindra Prudh (30 Years) Madhusudhan Rao Reddy, Ravi Varma The movie, which stars Jaya Vani and was directed by Pradeep Varma and shot by Raj Thota and edited by Dharmendra Kakarala, was made by Bekkem Venu Gopal under the Lucky Media brand.

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,

But even though police stories don’t exist anymore, moviemakers are still trying to make movies with a police theme. They are having trouble coming up with interesting police-themed stories, and “Alluri” is one of them. During the advertising for the movie, Sree Vishnu said that it was a biopic about police and that it was never boring from beginning to end. However, when you watch it, you get the exact opposite impression.

Kayadu Lohar didn’t get a chance to act, but Taniella Bharani, Suman, Raja Ravindra, Prudhvi Raj (30 Years), and Ravi Varma all did well. Sree Vishnu is good as Rama Raju because he has never played a police officer before. We should appreciate how he changes and how he looks in different roles.

Even though the plot didn’t seem very good, Pradeep Varma couldn’t write any interesting scenes.

Technically, Alluri doesn’t look like much. Raj Thota, who did a great job with Arjun Reddy, didn’t manage to make Alluri as visually stunning or as popular as Arjun Reddy. Even though Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s songs don’t live up to expectations, his background score was impressive, and the rest of the technical crew did their best.

Lastly, only people who love Sree Vishnu can do Alluri.

Plus Points:

  • Few action blocks
  • Sree Vishnu Performance

Minus Points:

  • Boring Screenplay
  • Routine Scenes

Rating: 2.5/5

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