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Alludu Adhurs Movie Review

Alludu Adhurs Movie Review

Release Date: Thursday 14th January 2021

Cast: Bellamkonda Sreenivas, Nabha Natesh, Anu Emmanuel, Sonu Sood, Vennela Kishore, and Prakash Raj


Sreenu (Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas) runs a startup company. But he is mostly seen bashing goons, roaming on the roads, singing duets with the girl he likes  Kaumudi (Nabha Natesh). Once in a while, he appears writing something on a board in his office.

Kaumudi is the younger daughter of Jayapal Reddy (Prakash Raj), who has a big influence in Nizamabad. Jayapal Reddy strangely agrees to a strange proposal made by Sreenu.

The proposal is that Srinu would leave his daughter Kaumudi if she falls in his love in 10 days. And how do Gaja (Sonu Sood) and Vasundhara (Anu Emmanuel) come into the picture


Director Santhosh Srinivass latest movie, Alludu Adhurs follows the tried and tested, and outdated template of several mass entertainers. Fifteen minutes into the film, we hear a character shouting, Endiraa Bhai Nee Character Inta Confusing Undi.

The reaction of the audience is the same. 

Forget about confusion, there is no plot to talk about it. Santhosh Srinivas has just clubbed scenes from various hit movies and added scenes, songs, fights, spoofs, ghost sequences, and whatnot, at his whims and fancy to make this potpourri. There is no sense, rhyme, and reasoning.

For Santhosh Srinivas, anything can be added for the sake of entertainment. He doesnt give a damn whether, it appeals or not, or suits whatever story that he is telling. No wonder then that he begins the story as a romantic drama, turns into an action thriller, then proceeds on touching various genres like horror drama, revenge drama, musical, etc. 

Every character in the film acts dumb. Prakash Raj imagines his daughters being present when they are not, and he also sings Ilayaraja melodies to manage his anger as part of therapy. Sonu Sood is presented as a villain, but he soon turns into a comedian, and he also gets a romantic track given his current off screen image. 

Santosh Srinivas must have shot whatever came into his mind as the films shoot progressed.

Had Alludu Adhurs been released a couple of years ago, the film would have not given such unbearable feelings as we do now. But we have already seen such work many times, and this rehash tests the patience. Alludu Adhurs is a lame work in the name of entertainment. 

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