Malupu Movie Review

Feb 20, 2016

Andhrapulse brings you Aadi, Nikki Galrani starrer Malupu Movie Review this weekend. Aadi's father Ravi Raja Pinisetty has produced this film and directed by Sathya Prabhas Pinisetty. Prasan Praveen Shyam composes tunes.


Saga (Aadi) enjoys his life with his three friends. Priya (Richa) with her boy friend tiffs with Saga's gang on the New Year party. The next day, All the three friends including Saga gets threat calls from Mumbai Don (Mithun Chakraborthy).

To keep an end to the issue, Saga decides to walk in to the place of Mumbai based Don. Twist in the tale, Saga gets targeted for a strange reason. Why did Saga and his gang threatened? What happens to Saga is rest of the story.


Actor Aadi Pinisetty manages his role with well timed acting and performance through out the film. His role has been designed so naturally and gets an impressive result.

Nikki Galrani gives her decent performance and showcases her glamour in songs

Richa Pallod makes her way with an interesting role

Mithun Chakraborthy looks apt in the role of Mumbai Don


Shanmuga Sundaram Cinematography is big asset.

The background score by Prasan Praveen Shyam is decent and songs could have been picturized in better way.

Satya Prabhas, the director has chosen a truly based incident and manages well with his clever screenplay through out the film.

Production Values is rich


Malupu, justifies the title with twists and turns in the screenplay. The only drawback is, the film has no necessary elements to impress audience with routine scenes. The film goes on slow pace with nice twists in both halves.

Overall, Malupu can be a so-so film with dragging elements and interesting pre-interval block. The weak climax and showcases with no interesting scenes in second half.

Final Word:

Engaging Thriller

RATING: 2.75/5