Friday, November 8, 2013

Eduruleni Alexander Movie Review


Sub-Inspector Alexander is a law unto himself having murdered no less than 99 individuals last time anyone checked when the police chief exchanges him from Vizag to Hyderabad. He shoots individuals dead on the off chance that they are on the wrong side of the law and declines to take the advice of bosses against enjoying such 'experiences'.


It simply isn't chivalrous to snuff out lives in light of the fact that the khakhi uniform gives him the benefit of taking care of a gun. Sub-Inspector Alexander is a law unto himself having murdered no less than 99 individuals last time anyone checked when the police magistrate exchanges him from Vizag to Hyderabad. The cop is no less savage in the city which he considers a place that is known for new chances at life.

Alexander (Tarak) is a cop who can just consider shooting individuals dead on the off chance that they are on the wrong side of the law. He declines to take the direction of bosses against enjoying such 'experiences'. Along these lines, we have a weapon-wielding youthful officer who adores talking the dialect of the firearm. He's shrewd as well, or so he considers. He takes cash from two opponent goons promising to wipe out their adversary and whatever he does is slaughter them without a second thought.

There is a decent side to him as well. The lone ranger offers cash to a congregation father frequently to finance the investigations of poor understudies. Furthermore, it is one of these understudies who at last bites the dust at his hands. The understudy is enjoying human trafficking of ladies and Alexander wipes out the men behind the racket Jinnah (Ravi Babu) and Kotappa (Jayaprakash Reddy).

The obligation cognizant cop, be that as it may, needs to fight with a young lady who chances upon him, actually on just an excess of events. She's infatuated with him. There is verification enough that she has been stalking him as she even has photos of him shooting a few goons dead. (Komal Jha) has a method for communicating her adoration to him and it is sufficiently senseless to put you off.

All through the film Eduruleni Alexander, you have Alexander mouthing dialogs to make him look and sound greater than he is. You simply get tired. All in all, why watch?

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