Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam

Allari Naresh, who gained recognition as a comedy actor, has changed his track with performance oriented movies like ‘Naandi’ and has come back to audiences with yet another interesting film ‘Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam.’

Can Naresh repeat the magic of ‘Naandi’ with ‘Itlu Maredumilli Prajaneekam’, let's find out?

Sripada Srinivas (Naresh) , a government teacher, visits Maredumilli village as a polling officer. Srinivas learns about the deplorable living circumstances of the tribal residents of that hamlet and the politics that underlie it.


Naresh makes the decision to effect change, and he faces numerous obstacles along the way. These themes serve as the center of the story.

Director AR Mohan showcased the problems of the tribal people in the remote villages and their struggle for their survival and their rights. Naresh performed admirably as the messiah who stands up for the rights and justice of the tribal people.


Vennela Kishore entertains even though the story travels with seriousness.  The interval block will leave you on the edge of your seat.

The flick falls short in screenplay. As it is a predictable plot, the makers should have concentrated on the screenplay. The people who have watched the Bollywood film ‘Newton’ are assured to get the remake kind of feeling. However, Abburi Ravi impresses with his trademark dialogues.

Naresh yet again proved his acting prowess. Audience will blow away with his performance. Actress Anandi, Vennela Kishore and Sampath have done justice to their roles.


Overall, a good film with strong performances, and it sheds light on some of the underlying problems that are still prevalent in society today.


Real life inspired events in the plot Naresh's Acting Dialogues



Screenplay Underwhelming Emotions

Rating: 2.5