Alludu Adhurs Telugu Movie Review Rating..
Chitrambhalare.in Rating : 2.75/5
Starring : Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Nabha Natesh, Anu Emmanuel, Sonu Sood, Prakash Raj, Vennela Kishore, Satya Akkala, Saptagiri, Srinivas Reddy, Brahmaji
Director : Santosh Srinivas
Producer : Gorrela Subramanyam
Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography : Chota K Naidu
Editor : Thimmaraju K
Along with Ram’s RED, young hero Bellamkonda Sreenivas’ youthful entertainer, Alludu Adhurs also released today. Let’s analyze it.
In a key incident, Seenu ( Bellamkonda Sreenivas) locks horns with a bigwig from Nizamabad names Jayapal Reddy (Prakash Raj). Eventually, Seenu falls in love with Jayapal’s daughter Koumudi ( Nabha Natesh) and impresses her by facing a deadly villain Gaja ( Sonu Sood). This is the time when a major twist in the plotline breaks out in the form of Vasundhara character portrayed by Anu Emmanuel. Who is Vasundhara? How is she interlinked with the entire setup? Overcoming all the hurdles, how Seenu emerges as a winner in gaining Jayapal Reddy’s trust? To know, that you have to watch the film.
As usual, Sai Sreenivas impressed with his dances and fights in this film also. Adding to it, Sreenivas has come out of his shell and tried comedy in Alludu Adhurs which worked in parts in the second half of the film.
Acting-wise, Sreenivas is improving with each passing film which is clearly evident in this film. The chemistry between Bellamkonda and Nabha Natesh is adorable on the screen. Nabha Natesh’s glamorous avatar is an eye candy treat for the youth audience.
Anu Emmanuel gets a meaty role as the entire film is interlinked with her character. Her performance in the limited but prominent role is good.
Sonu Sood and Prakash Raj are impressive in the roles which they have been doing for years.
The first half of the film has a light and just okay proceedings which could have been better by incorporating more fun.
Heroine Nabha Natesh’s character has no prominence as she will be entering scenes whenever a song or glamorous treat is required in the film.
Anu Emmanuel’s screen length is limited despite playing a key character which could have extended for some portions.
Noted comedians Vennela Kishore and Saptagiri are not utilising fully as their fun is limited to a few scenes.
Director Santhosh Srinivas came up with a thin storyline but made sure to narrate the proceedings in the second half in an entertaining way. His screenplay is decent and dialogues also work in parts. Overall, Santhosh Srinivas’s contribution to the film is okay.
Editing by Thimmaraaju is decent as he kept the runtime in limits. The cinematography by Chota K Naidu is colourful as he added the typical commercial texture to the frames which are visible on the screen.
Music by Devi Sri Prasad is good and so are the production values.
In an overview, Alludu Adhurs is a passable film which mainly banks on entertainment. As above-mentioned, the film has a thin storyline but is expected to have a decent run at the box office during Sankranthi season.