Allari Naresh’s Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Allari Naresh Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam Movie Review: When it comes to concept-based movies, Allari Naresh never lets us down. We last saw him in Naandi, and now he’s back with Itlu Maaredu Malli Prajaneekam. The trailer impressed and generated a lot of buzz, but despite the high expectations, the movie was finally released today, November 25, 2022. Read on for our review to find out whether the movie is worth seeing or not.

Allari Naresh Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam Movie Review


The movie told the story of the Maredumallu forest dwellers, who still live in the past and have few resources. When politicians decided to let them vote in their upcoming elections, someone had to go to them and ask for their vote. Naresh, a government worker, went to them to ask for their vote. However, the story took an unexpected turn when they refused to vote and asked for justice for their friend Appanna’s death.

Cast & Crew

Allari Naresh, Anandhi, Vennela Kishore, Chammak Chandra, Praveen, Sampath Raj, Raghu Babu, Shritej, and other actors appear in Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam, which was directed by AR Mohan and produced by Zee Studios and Hasya Movies. The film’s music was composed by Sree Charan Paakala.

Movie NameItlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam
DirectorAR Mohan
Music DirectorSree Charan Paakala
ProducerZee Studios and Hasya Movies
GenreSocial Drama
CastAllari Naresh, Anandhi, Vennela Kishore, Chammak Chandra, Praveen, Sampath Raj, Raghu Babu, Shritej
CinematographyRaam Reddy

Movie Verdict

The movie gets off to a good start by showcasing the way of life of forest dwellers and how for the first time, politicians are considering forest dwellers when casting their votes for upcoming elections. It then jumps into the debate over who will go to the forest and ask forest dwellers to cast their votes, and once the protagonist travels to Maredumalli, things start to get even more interesting. The first half of the story is quite gripping as it describes the way of life of forest dwellers and how they go about it.

The story becomes more engaging once the protagonist learns the dark truth about politicians and government officials. The second half also gets off to an interesting start, but the pace slows before the pre-climax and the story loses momentum in the climax, when we look at the whole picture, the movie has all the components that every common audience will undoubtedly connect with.

Anandhi is good, but she doesn’t have much opportunity to act, and Vennela Kishore is the life of this serious film; he makes you laugh with his acting, and Chammak Chandra, Praveen, Sampath Raj, Raghu Babu, and Shritej all gave their best efforts. Allari Naresh was once again impressive with his natural performance, but we miss his comedy in this movie.

Although the film is set against the backdrop of an election, AR Mohan created an intriguing story that kept the audience’s attention by showcasing the way of life of forest dwellers. He also succeeded in capturing the audience’s interest by bringing a high-quality product to the market.

The majority of Itlu Maredumalli was shot in Maredumalli’s dense forest, and cinematographer Raam Reddy captured the picturesque locations, but the color tone could have been better. While Sri Charan Paakala’s songs were subpar and his background score was only partially effective, the rest of the team did their best.

Itlu Maredumalli is an excellent social drama that appeals to all demographics of the audience as a whole.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Performance

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration in the Second half
  • Predictable scenes

Rating: 3/5

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