Ala Vaikunthapurramloo Movie Review

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Movie : Ala Vaikunthapurramloo

Starring :  Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde, Tabu, Sushanth

Director :  Trivikram Srinivas

Producers :  Allu Aravind,S Radha Krishna

Music Director :  Thaman S

Cinematography : P S Vinod

Editers : Navin Nooli

Release date : January 12, 2020


The second big release of this Sankranthi season is Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapuramlo. It has hit the screen today and let’s see whether Bunny makes a comeback or not.

Story:

Valmiki(Murali Sharma) is a small-time employee in a big company. During his son’s (Sushanth) birth, his boss’s wife (Tabu) also gives birth to a baby boy (Allu Arjun). But upset with his financial status, Valmiki cleverly interchanges the babies and brings the boss’s kid to his house and raises him. As time passes by, a tragic turn around of events happen and the truth is out in the open finally. The rest of the story is as to how Allu Arjun known as Bantu sets things right.

Plus Points:

The story idea is very good and Trivikram has given his own spin to the film with solid dialogues and breezy narration. From start to end, Ala Vaikunthapuramlo has non stop entertainment which will please everyone completely.

Allu Arjun is in his elements and proves that a star like him cannot be pinned back for long. Bunny’s all-round performance is the biggest highlight of the film. His dances, comic timing, and performance will be a treat for everyone. Bunny has grown as an actor as all his scenes with Murali Sharma have been designed quite well.

Speaking of Murali Sharma, he is the backbone of the film and delivers his best performance to date. He as a desperate and cunning father is terrific and gives a whole new angle to the film. Tabu makes a good comeback and was good along with Malayalam actor Jayram in crucial scenes.

Pooja Hegde is beautiful as her track and chemistry with Bunny is so cute. They make an adorable couple. Sachin Khedekar gets a good role and is quite good in emotional scenes. Sunil is just about okay and so were Nivetha Pethuraj, Navdeep, Rahul Rama Krishna and Harshvardhan.

Lastly, Sushanth gets a good role. He is quite subdued in the beginning but performs well in the last part of the film. Last but not least, Thaman is the unsung hero as his music takes the film to another level altogether.

Minus Points:

The villain’s track is a bit weak as a talented actor like Samutrakani has not been used well actually. The so called hero-villain moments are just about okay and do not create much impact.

The emotional content in certain areas could have been even stronger. Tabu’s role is dull for the most part as some solid family emotions between her and the other family members at the end would have made matters better.

Technical Aspects:

Production values are top notch as every frame looks superb. Camera work by P S Vinod is just amazing as he gives the film a classy look. Lyrics are very good and so was the production design. Bunny has been styled superbly as he looks uber cool in all the songs.

Editing is perfect and so was the dubbing done. Samutrakani’s voice and the way all the lead actors like Tabu and Pooja Hegde dubbed for themselves looks authentic on screen. The sets laid and the backdrop of the film is very good. Choreography in all the songs is dam good especially the Butta Bomma and Ramulo song.

Coming to the director Trivikram, he once again proves why he is the master of entertainment. The way he has written the story, dialogues and narrated the film with good entertainment and emotions speaks volumes of his work and gives an entertaining ride for the audience. He has showcased Bunny in a new way and made him the highlight of the film which his fans and general audience will just love.

Verdict:

On the whole, Ala Vaikunthapuramlo is a full on solid family entertainer that ticks all the boxes right. Be it the story, dialogues, fights, romance and music, this film has it all and will be loved by the audience this Sankranthi. Allu Arjun makes a stylish comeback and is a treat to watch on screen with his all round performance. The film will make good money this season and break many records in Bunny’s career. Barring the slightly dull and predictable ending, this film is a sure shot blockbuster this new year.

Ala Vaikunthapurramloo Movie LIVE UPDATES:

  • The movie comes to an end on a funny note. Keep watching the space for the complete review.

  • Movie heading towards an emotional climax…

  • Puli Vachindhi fight scene showcased in the trailer is on now

  • Final touch with Megastar song a highlight scene. Now, its time for mass number Ramulo Ramula

  • Bunny dancing for Mahesh, NTR and Pawan Kalyan songs. A treat for mutual fans

  • Bunny taking care of company affairs with a swag

  • Family emotional scenes going on…

  • Few more comedy scene are on between RP and Bunny

  • Super powerful fight with Ajay is going on

  • Sunil has been introduced as Nivethas’s relative. A few fun scenes are on now

  • As Bunny enters into the house, the title song Ala Vaikuntapuramloo is being played in the background

  • Kishore and Sachin comedy scenes going on. Time for Bunny’s entry into Vaikuntapuramlo…

  • Vennela Kishore makes an entry as a doctor.

  • Post-interval movie starts with a good emotional scene between Murali Sharma and Bunny…movie takes an interesting turn

  • First Half Report: So far, the film good with the right mix of humor and emotions. Allu Arjun’s comic timing and Trivikram’s dialogue are the biggest strength for the film. Have to wait and see how the second half turns to be.

  • The film comes halfway. Break now

  • As the conflict point raises, emotional scenes going on.

  • Tense scenes with Samutharakani are going on …

  • Pooja’s name is Amulya. After a few breezy moments, now its time for Butta Bomma song

  • Rajendra Prasad introduced as SP Prajapati in a hilarious manner

  • Tanikella Bharani has been introduced as Pooja’s father. A few fun scenes are going on

  • Brahmaji makes an entry now. Interesting developments in the plotline

  • Samuthirakani introduced as Appalnaidu. A rival for Jayaram’s company.

  • Navdeep, Rahul Ramakrishna, Bunny and Pooja in Paris. Now, its time for the cult song Samajavaragamana

  • Gorgeous Pooja Hegde has been introduced as Bunny’s boss. Movie is going on in a hilarious manner with nice scenes between Bunny and Pooja

  • Navdeep’s character and his dialogue delivery style is hilarious

  • Time for OMG daddy song…Bunny is rocking with stylish dance movements

  • A very nicely designed fight is on between Bunny and Navdeep’s gang

  • Nivetha Pethuraj also joins the scene as Sushanth’s sister-in-law. A few fun scenes are on

  • Both kids growing up in a hilarious way… 20 years passed. Now, Bunny makes a stylish entry as Bantu and Sushanth as Raj

  • Murli Sharma has been introduced now. He plays a very interesting role

  • The movie starts with a hospital scene. Tabu and Rohini admitted for delivery

  • Hi…the film has just started and its duration is 165 minutes

Movie : Ala Vaikunthapurramloo Starring :  Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde, Tabu, Sushanth Director :  Trivikram Srinivas Producers :  Allu Aravind,S Radha Krishna Music Director :  Thaman S Cinematography : P S Vinod Editers : Navin Nooli Release date : January 12, 2020 The second big release of this Sankranthi season is Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapuramlo. It has hit the screen today and let’s see whether Bunny makes a comeback or not. Story: Valmiki(Murali Sharma) is a small-time employee in a big company. During his son’s (Sushanth) birth, his boss’s wife (Tabu) also gives birth to a baby boy (Allu Arjun). But upset with his financial status, Valmiki cleverly interchanges the babies and brings the boss’s kid to his house and raises him. As time passes by, a tragic turn around of events happen and the truth is out in the open finally. The rest of the story is as to how Allu Arjun known as Bantu sets things right. Plus Points: The story idea is very good and Trivikram has given his own spin to the film with solid dialogues and breezy narration. From start to end, Ala Vaikunthapuramlo has non stop entertainment which will please everyone completely. Allu Arjun is in his elements and proves that a star like him cannot be pinned back for long. Bunny’s all-round performance is the biggest highlight of the film. His dances, comic timing, and performance will be a treat for everyone. Bunny has grown as an actor as all his scenes with Murali Sharma have been designed quite well. Speaking of Murali Sharma, he is the backbone of the film and delivers his best performance to date. He as a desperate and cunning father is terrific and gives a whole new angle to the film. Tabu makes a good comeback and was good along with Malayalam actor Jayram in crucial scenes. Pooja Hegde is beautiful as her track and chemistry with Bunny is so cute. They make an adorable couple. Sachin Khedekar gets a good role and is quite good in emotional scenes. Sunil is just about okay and so were Nivetha Pethuraj, Navdeep, Rahul Rama Krishna and Harshvardhan. Lastly, Sushanth gets a good role. He is quite subdued in the beginning but performs well in the last part of the film. Last but not least, Thaman is the unsung hero as his music takes the film to another level altogether. Minus Points: The villain’s track is a bit weak as a talented actor like Samutrakani has not been used well actually. The so called hero-villain moments are just about okay and do not create much impact. The emotional content in certain areas could have been even stronger. Tabu’s role is dull for the most part as some solid family emotions between her and the other family members at the end would have made matters better. Technical Aspects: Production values are top notch as every frame looks superb. Camera work by P S Vinod is just amazing as he gives the film a classy look. Lyrics are very good…

Ala Vaikunthapurramloo Movie Review

Story - Screenplay - 2
Star Cast Performances - 3.5
Technicalities - 2.5
Direction - 2.25

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Ala Vaikunthapurramloo Movie Review

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