Rao (Vizag Prasad) is a big businessman and his competitor
Saxena (Satya Prakash) is a crook. When Madhav Rao meets
with an accident, his daughter Trisha (Trisha) takes
over the company. Raju (Nitin) comes from nowhere to
help Trisha. Trisha appoints Raju as general manager.
Trisha has an inseparable younger sister called Usha
(Rathi). Due to certain circumstances, Raju forces himself
to disguise as Balu and Usha falls in love with Balu.
As the confusion about mixed identities continue, Munna
- another look alike of Raju - comes from Mumbai. Munna
is a right hand of Karim Lala (Saurabh Shukla) - a Mumbai
underworld don. The rest of the story is all about what
happens when Munna try to destroy the family which Raju
intend to save!
Nitin performed well in
both roles by showing variation in appearance, histrionics
and dialogue delivery. His dialogue delivery improved
a lot compared to his earlier films. His dances in this
film are pretty rhythmic and natural. Trisha
is cute and she is presented in modern attire. Rathi
is passable. Sunil is impressive
with his comedy towards the interval episode. Saurabh
Shukla is comical as the villain. Kota
Srinivasa Rao and Krishna
Bhagawan are routine.
- screenplay - direction: Story and set up chosen
for this film is pretty archaic one. This kind of stories
that are based on comedy of errors and confusions need
slick and smooth screenplay. But K Raghavendra Rao is
still following his old techniques. Direction of the
film too is pretty old-fashioned.
departments: Keeravani reworked on his old tunes
to score music for this film. Songs appear better on
screen than when you listen on tape. On picturization
front, 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
First half of the film is OK with ample comedy created
by the confusion. The second half goes haywire with
confusion in the storyline and inept handling. The plus
points of the film are Nitin, Trisha and a couple of
songs. The negative points are screenplay and old-fashioned
direction. On a whole, K Raghavendra Rao's 102nd film
Allari Bullodu does not live it up.
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