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Shailaja Reddy Alludu Movie Review

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Producer: Naga Vamsi
Director: Maruthi Dasari
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Certified Type:  U / A
Music Director: Gopi Sunder
Editor: Kotagiri Venkatswara Rao
Language: Telugu
Art Director: Raveendar
Story Writer: Maruthi Dasari
Sensor Board: CBFC
Cinematographer: Nizar Shafi
Story Details
Chaitanya (Naga Chaitanya), son of a rich businessman (Murali Sharma) who is egoist, loves Anu (Anu Emmanuel) at first sight when she moves into his locality. Anu, an artiste, has huge ego issue too. Eventually he makes her fall in love with him.

In a sudden twist, Chitanya’s egoist father gets them engaged on a dais in a spur of the moment. At that time, the henchmen of Anu’s mother come and take her way. Chaitanya now goes to Anu’s village and comes to know about her mother Shailaja Reddy (Ramya Krishna).

The twist in the tale is that Anu and her mother are not in talking terms. Why? What has made this mother and daughter stop talking to each other and what problems are in store for Chaitanya?

Others Comment:
Minus Points: 1. One of the biggest minus points of the film is the lack of good entertainment which is missing most of the time. Apart from Vennela Kishore and Prudhvi’s track, there is not much fun in the film and this where things become dull for the audience. 2. Dragging second half. 3. Maruthi, who is famous for writing strong characterizations does a very ordinary job in this film. All his characters are weak and because of this, the proceedings become dull in the second half. Chay’s character looks weak in the later part as he does not have much to do during this time. One. Plus Points: This is the first time that Chay is seen in a complete commercial entertainer and he manages to impress quite decently. He carries the loverboy role effortlessly and has good screen presence in the fights and emotional scenes. Anu Emanuel is a perfect fit as the arrogant daughter and does well in her crucial role. As expected, Ramya Krishna does a great job as Sailaja Reddy. Even the simplest and weakly written scenes look good because of Ramya’s performance. She has an amazing screen presence and the film picks up the pace whenever she is on screen. Prudhvi and Vennela Kishore manage to evoke some decent laughs with their characters. The last fifteen minutes of the first half are quite interesting as Murali Sharma and his track evoke good interest in the proceedings. Naresh is good as Ramya Krishna’s husband.
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Technical Department

Direction 6
Editor 6
Casting Producer 7
Art Department 6
Music Director 6

Technical Department

Story Department 5
Choreography 6
Cinematography 6
Graphics 5
Field Publicity 6
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