Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Review Rating
Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde played the lead roles for the second time in the film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. Trivikram Srinivas directed the film. The film released today. Check out the review of the film here.
One day, because of some reasons, a middle-class man Valmiki ( Murali Sharma ) who works under a millionaire boss Ramachandra( Jayaram) swaps his newborn baby with his boss' baby in the hospital. The only witness of this incident is a nurse but she goes into a coma. Valmiki raises his boss' son Bantu (Allu Arjun) as his own and wants Bantu to not find out the truth. But, one day, Bantu gets to know about his original parents and goes to meet them who lives in a mansion named Vaikunthapuram. What happened then? forms the rest of the story.
Allu Arjun went under the skin of the character and will steal the attention of the audience with his wonderful performance in the movie. The way Bunny blended with the character is really too good. Pooja Hegde is apt for her role and the actress will impress with her glamour as well as performance. Tabu is the biggest plus point of this film. All her scenes came out well and also it is so good to see Tabu on the Tollywood silver screens after a long time. Murali Sharma's energetic performance added more strength to the movie. Rohini acted naturally in the film. Sushanth and Nivetha Pethuraj justified their roles. Vennela Kishore delivered a decent performance in the movie. Sunil is too good in his role. Rajendra Prasad performed really well. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.
Director Trivikram Srinivas sure knows how to engage the audience with his narration. The director focused more on the entertainment element and made the story even more understandable and relatable to the audience. Trivikram has succeeded in engaging the audience throughout the film with his gripping narration and proper execution of the story. Production values by Geetha Arts in association with Harika and Hassine Creations banners are luxurious. Music by SS Thaman is astounding. Not only the songs but also his background music is just superb. DOP PS Vinod will impress with his visuals and camera angles. Editing by Naveen Nooli is clean.
The movie starts off an interesting note and the entire first half will be extremely entertaining. The story runs slow in the first half but Trivikram will engage the audience just with his narration. The interval bang is outstanding. When compared to the first half, the second half is somewhat slow but we can say that Trivikram's way of narration will make the audience stick to the chairs. The pre-climax and climax are handled well. Performances, BGM, narration, and entertainment will be the biggest plus points of this film. There are no big minus points for this film. We can say that the slow narration in the second half will irk some audience. Overall, 'Ala Vaikunthapurramloo' is a must-watch Trivikram mark entertainer.