Cast: Venu, Allari Naresh, Parvati Melton, Mallika Kapoor
Direction: Muppalaneni Siva
Production: S K Basheed
Muppalaneni Siva entered the film industry through ‘Taj Mahal’ produced by Dr D Ramanaidu. However he became famous with ‘Sandade Sandadi’, which was a hilarious comedy. Later, he gave a big hit like ‘Sankranthi’ for Victory Venkatesh which was produced by RB Choudary on the banner of Super Good Films.
The lastes flick from him — ‘Allare Allari’ — is also on the lines of ‘Sandade Sandadi’ and is a total entertainer. Moreover, he chose artistes selectively and Venu and ‘Allari’ Naresh are known for providing good comedy.
The combination of Muppalaneni Siva and these two heroes gave fantastic entertainer to the audiences. It is not new for the Telugu audiences to see a hero, someone working as his proxy and a big drama in the middle.
But Muppalaneni Siva showed some novelty by choosing factionism as the film’s backdrop, of course without showing any bloodshed, heavy dialogues and hitting the thighs by heroes.
Ramulakka (Telangana Sakuntala) kills two people, who killed her husband and before going to the jail tells her brother Bapineedu (Chalapati Rao) to bring up her daughter Priya (Mallika Kapoor) and also her nephew Anand (Venu) well and get them married.
Anand becomes a doctor and earns good name as a cardiologist, while Priya stays in the US with Bapineedu. Accidentally, Anand spoils the marriage of Swati (Parvati Melton), who is after Anand to get her married. Veerababu is the watchman of the apartment complex in which Anand stays and at the instance of the apartment residents, Anand agrees to marry Swati.
By that time Ramulakka returns from jail and in a turn of events, mistakes Veerababu as Anand. To marry Swati, Anand asks Veerababu to continue the drama and the latter falls in love with Priya. How the secret unwinded to a happy ending is the subject.
The heroes were precise in giving good comedy timing and performed well. Heroines too looked glamorous and filled the glamour slot appropriately.
Music by Chakri is worth listening and Bajju Art Productions maintained good the production values. Though the screenplay is tight, the first half appeared a little dragging. But the second half is okay.
Comedy by Raghubabu is not that effective. Cinematography by Prasad is okay and he was able to capture the moods of the artistes well.
The factionism evoked good laughter through dialogues scripted by Marudhuri Raja. Story and dialogues by Marudhuri Raja is the highlight of the film.
Screenplay penned by Muppalaneni Siva was quite gripping and made the audiences glued to their seats with good entertainment.
Especially, the way director Siva moulded the factionism to evoke entertainment is worth watching. As a whole the film is a good entertainer and could keep the audiences in humour for all the two and a half hours.
Cast: Venu, ‘Allari’ Naresh, Parvati Melton, Mallika Kapoor, Chalapati Rao, Dharmavarapu Subrahmanyam, Ali, Krishna Bhagawan, Mallikarjuna Rao, Raghubabu, MS Narayana, Sutti Velu, Giribabu, Jenny, Melkote, Duvvasi Mohan, Narsing Yadav, Gauthamraju, Jeeva, Telangana Sakuntala, Apoorva, Ragini, Ruthika and others.