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Amidst unique expectations, Nara Rohith and Sree Vishnu Starred “Appatlo Okadundevadu” got uncovered in theatres and let's see, how it mesmerised the audiences!

As told by the movie team, the film plot runs based on the real incidents happened in 1990s in Hyderabad. In simple lines, the movie depicts how a wanna-be national cricketer 'Railway Raju' (portrayed by Sree Vishnu) turns into a gangster due to the false allegations on his innocent life and why the Police official 'Imtiaz Ali' (portrayed by Nara Rohith) focuses on 'Railway Raju'!

When it comes to the theme, director Saagar K Chandra scores big for choosing the complicated subject and for his thematic depiction of the film. He is perfectly eligible to receive all the accolades for bringing the exact environment of 90s very well onto the big screen. On the other side, he has decently dealt with the issues like Naxalism, cricket and rowdyism in a single plot without any deviation.

Especially director's taking style in pre-climax and climax sequences remained as an example for his great direction edges.

Nara Rohith and Sree Vishnu in 'Appatlo Okadundevadu'

On the acting front, the lead character 'Railway Raju' donned by Sree Vishnu steals the show with an outstanding performance, which looks far better from his previous films. His acting shades, from an innocent cricketer to becoming a gangster mesmerised the viewers. Nara Rohith also shined in the cop role with his serious acting and dialogue delivery.

Heroine Tanya Hope and other supporting roles portrayed by Brahmaji, Rajiv Kanakala, Ajay and Prabhas Srinu have done their acting job as required. On the technical front, Naveen Yadav's cinematography excelled in capturing the Hyderabad's atmosphere in 90s perfectly.

Overall, “Appatlo Okadundevadu” remains a unique flick with its theme, which is a rare one to see in Tollywood.

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