Directed by: Santosh Srinivas
Produced by: Gorrela Subrahmanyam
Written by: Santosh Srinivas
Starring: Bellamkonda Sreenivas, Nabha Natesh, Anu Emmanuel, Sonu Sood, Prakash Raj
Music by: Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography: Chota K. Naidu
Edited by: Tammiraju
Production company: Sumanth Movie Productions
Release date: 14 January 2021
Running time: 149 minutes
Alludu Adhurs is a film that is quite key for Bellamkonda Srinivas as he is trying a fun role for the first time in his career. The film is out and, read our review to find out whether the film is a hit or flop.
Srinivas(Bellamkonda Srinivas) is a happy go lucky youth who dislikes love and arranged marriage. But he falls for Kaumudi(Nabha Natesh) who is Jaipal Reddy’s(Prakash Raj) daughter. He decides to win the heart of Jaipal Reddy but in order to do this, he has to also face Gaja(Sonu Sood) who also has a rivalry with Jaipal Reddy. How will Srinivas manage both is the story of the film.
Bellamkona junior tries something different with this film. In a few scenes, he does well but in some other key moments, his acts look irritating. As usual, he has danced well well and his comedy timing is also good in the film. Sonu Sood does supremely well in his role and brings a lot of cheers from the crowd. Nabha Natesh looks good in her role and provides the needed eye candy. Anu Emanuel has a brief role and so did Brahmaji and others. Prakash Raj is getting repetitive in his roles these days as there is nothing to do in terms of novelty.
Looks like Santosh Srinivas is stuck in the Kandireega times only as he does not showcase anything new. He uses the same template time and again and weaves a story for this film. The film begins with a childhood episode of Bellamkonda and we had watched similar scenes in uncountable films. His introduction scene is awful as he makes an entry crossing two fast-moving trains on his bike.
Horror comedy in the lines of Kanchana doesn’t work out. Santhosh Srinivas failed completely in handling all the departments. Dialogues are pretty ordinary. The emotional chord in the film is missing big time and this is where the film goes hiding. The scenes are so predictable and only the director knows what is good in the film.
The angle of Sonu Sood and his animosity with Prakash Raj is only something to look forward to in the film. There are a few comedy scenes that click and scenes look colorful. Bt for that one has to bear the brunt. In a nutshell, Alludu Adhurs is a film that should be left aside from this Sankranthi.
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