Nagma throws a monkey wrench in the work with an underwhelming performance in a handful of scenes. Aarti Agarwal's performance appears passable. She manages to give the impression of being fragile and seductive in some scenes, and forceful and independent in others. Background scores by R P Patnaik are good enough, but not as good as the ones in Narasimha Naidu
Believe you know the whole lot about B Gopal's technique just because you have seen Narasimha Naidu about a zillion times? Don't bet on it - Allari Ramudu has no resemblance whatsoever to his earlier movies, with an exception to the emotional-mass-comedy-factionist-formula. The movie loses its integrity in the second half as Gopal tried to pop in heaps of detail.
Inference: With movies like Allari Ramudu, it's always best to relax your intellectual faculties and absorb the abundant sensual pleasures, be it the heart-stopping smile of Aarti Agarwal, an intoxicating serving of the Seema-Sandadi by NTR Jr., or the raunchy and gyratory music conceived by R P Patnaik.