Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Review : Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo has a little bit of everything – there’s romance, drama, comedy, emotion and lots of swag. Allu Arjun and Trivikram Srinivas deliver a feast with Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, a fun commercial entertainer. Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Leaked by Tamilrokers
Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Plot:
The movie has a very interesting premise. Murali Sharma works at the millionaire Jayaram and, coincidentally, the two become parents the same night. But circumstances force Murali Sharma to exchange babies, and that forms the basis of a well-written history of class conflict. One should have been the rightful heir of several million assets, but living the hard way in a worker’s house. The other person is raised with a silver spoon for which it was not intended. All this is established in the first minutes. From there, the film becomes clearer and begins to rise.
Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Review :
One of Sankranthi’s festivities in a Telugu family is to watch a family movie. In a spirit of freshness, any writer, director or star that offers something new that brings the whole family together has a sure chance of reaching the goal. Director Trivikram and superstar Allu Arjun have finally understood this simple rule.
When repacking a classic scenario of the 1980s of a change of baby at birth and complicated relationships with the turn of fortune, Trivikram becomes a tight story with an intelligent scenario. A simple act of changing a baby can lead to thousands of sensitive stories. Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is one of those sensitive stories. With the burden of marking the checklists of a Tollywood star A list, Trivikram is intelligently directed. Therein lies the freshness of the movie. Fans of the stars and families entertain themselves equally.
Thaman’s record music, backed by talents of ensemble singers and lyric geniuses, and PS Vinod’s sepia-tone earthy cinematography add to the airy rhythm of the story. It goes without saying that the script goes up mainly in technical services. From the simplest moral to complicated relationships, the lines pronounced by the characters remain with you for a long time to be appreciated. The script keeps the drama sublime, the real characters and the logical, forgivable defects.
Allu Arjun offers one of his best performances to date, which is limited and offers a hit when necessary. For a good dancer like him, acrobatics are cake tricks that, like songs, are well mixed. Pooja Hegde, unlike Trivikram’s previous heroines, is strong and looks lovely. Tabu who doubled in tender moments with Jayram with a good performance. It is Murali Sharma who stands out among all the followers with his middle-class father character. Rajender Prasad, Sunil and others add to the comic relief. Samuthirakani is convincing as an antagonist.
Certain special mentions must be made to the musical sequence of climatic action that is lyrical at its best. A mixture of the Chiranjeevi family in a conference room scene makes you smile as old Amitabh Bachchan of Namak Halal did. A well-established family drama and moderation maintained by the director make Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo a feast worthy of Sankranthi to enjoy.
Watching movies is an integral part of any festival. But what is a true festival movie? Can a movie have enough drama for families to relate to it? Can you have enough action scenes to excite the young audience? At the same time, can you stay away from horrible violence without compromising the action? Can the movie have a compelling romantic track and airy songs? Can the same movie, which offers you all this, have comedy sequences that work primarily? If the movie meets all the above requirements, will it have a good script? If you are looking for that “perfect” festival movie, Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is the closest.