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Allari Bullodu Movie On Maa Gold. When a wealthy businessman meets with an accident, his daughter, Trisha takes over his company. Trisha's skills are tested when she has to spot the imposture out to destroy her father's company.
Allari Bullodu - Telugu cinema Review. Story. Madhava. Rao (Vizag Prasad) is a big businessman and his competitor. Saxena (Satya Prakash) is a crook. When Madhav Rao meets. Trisha (Trisha) takes. Raju (Nitin) comes from nowhere to.
Trisha. Trisha appoints Raju as general manager. Due to certain circumstances, Raju forces himself.
Balu and Usha falls in love with Balu. Munna. is a right hand of Karim Lala (Saurabh Shukla) - a Mumbai. The rest of the story is all about what. Munna try to destroy the family which Raju. Artists Performance.
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Nitin performed well in. His dialogue delivery improved. His dances in this. Trisha. is cute and she is presented in modern attire. Sunil is impressive. Saurabh. Shukla is comical as the villain. Kota. Srinivasa Rao and Krishna.
Bhagawan are routine. Technical Departments: Story. Story and set up chosen. This kind of stories. But K Raghavendra Rao is. Direction of the. Other. departments: Keeravani reworked on his old tunes.
Songs appear better on. On picturization. Trisha and Ataka songs are really good. Photography. by Bhupati is good. Dialogues are average. Artwork by. Ashok is pretty vibrant. Production values by Sri Creations.
Analysis. First half of the film is OK with ample comedy created. The second half goes haywire with. The plus. points of the film are Nitin, Trisha and a couple of. The negative points are screenplay and old- fashioned. On a whole, K Raghavendra Rao's 1. Allari Bullodu does not live it up. Allari. Bullodu Links.
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Follows a formula - Allari Bullodu Movie Review. Most of us are prisoners to the cliches of our own creation. At any rate, K Raghavendra Rao sure is. The veteran director created a particular kind of filmmaking in the 8. The problem is Raghavendra Rao doesn't seem to understand the fact time has surged forward and the idioms of filmmaking have changed.
In the event, watching a film like Allari Bullodu is to see time warped in an inconvenient cocoon. The film is so old- fashioned (in its approach) that you feel like driving in an old battered Amby amidst a sea of flashy new cars. The film works in typical set pieces. Trisha (Trisha) and Usha (Rathi) are both daughters of a wealthy businessman Madhav Rao (Vizag Prasad). A cunning relative (Kota Sreenivasa Rao) is plotting for the wealth. But when Madahav Rao meets with an accident, Trisha, who takes over the business, suspects the involvement of Narayana Rao (Tanikella Bharani).
He has a son Raj (Nitin) who promises to 'tame' Trisha and joins the company. The ad caper starts when Munna (Nitin) is brought into the scene by Gopala Rao. Things truly become weird with both Munna trying to create confusion by posing as Raj. The two girls are caught between them.
In the event, both Munna and Raj join forces and eventually deal with the bad elements. By the time, you come to the end every film cliche in the book had been used and you almost long for that one single shot of newness. Nitin as Raj and Munna is spirited, especially in the first half. But he is laid low by an unimaginative script in the second half. Trisha has set mannerisms and it works. Her likable quirks are what carry the cinema. But has very little to do.
The rest of the cast just goes through its motions. Keeravani's music is good if you are fond of 8.
The deja vu feel cannot be escaped. Having said that, the talented music director does show his virtuosity through some lilting moments. Bhupathi's splendid camera work is a major asset to the film. But for him, the old feeling would have been even more pronounced. Raghavendra Rao urgently needs a time machine to fly into reality.