Appatlo Okadundevadu review & rating

December 30, 2016


Rating: 2.5/5


Railway Raju (Sree Vishnu), an upcoming cricketer gets involved in a naxals case, which is handled by a fierce police officer, called Ibrahim Khan (Nara Rohit).

In the process of escaping from these clutches, Railway Raju unexpectedly commits a huge crime which lands him in jail. He then decides to take revenge on Ibrahim Khan. Where did the situations take the two young men, is what Appatlo Okadundevadu shows in the rest. 


The movie starts on an interesting note and a few of the scenes featuring Sree Vishnu’s investigation through a cricket match have been handled very well. Even the second half has some gripping moments. Especially the combination scenes of Rohit and Sree Vishnu are made with heavy voltage.

 Audience who comes to the theaters for Nara Rohith would disappoint, as the entire story revolves around Sree Vishnu. The climax is the key highlight of the film and surely attracts many.


Though Nara Rohit is touted to be a supporting actor, he got more to do than a supporting role in the film. His emotions, especially anger, is captured perfectly. Sree Vishnu’s acting skills are on the top notch. Taniya Hope makes a decent debut and suits her role quite well.

The songs are average, but the background score is excellent in the film. The narration is impressive, especially the climax. Production values are decent. The naxal set up appears convincing and it benefits the story.

Director Sagar Chandra did a decent job. He stayed away from taking any character for the commercial reasons and made the plot revolve between two characters, sticking to the story.


Appatlo Okadundevadu is a realistic film with some hard hitting drama. It is away from all the commercial formulas. 

By Phani Ch

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