The film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo begins with a serious note as Valmiki (Murali Sharma) shifts her son and her boss’s son Ramchandra (Jayaram) into the maternity ward. At the hospital out of jealousy that the latter has been blessed with all the luck and fame in her life. Valmiki wants his biological son to lead a royal life and become the universal heir. And the business of Ramchandra when he grows up. And at the same time, Valmiki assures Ramchandra’s biological son to live a moderate life. So, just as he did and follows the hatred of his boss calling him Bantu (Allu Arjun). Fast forward to 20 years, one gets to see the hatred in Valmiki so strong. The only thing Valimiki has is good to shout and frustrate Bantu at every little thing.
Bantu gets his dream job at a tourism company where he loves his boss Amulya (Pooja Hegde). Although Bantu has to go through good and bad to win his heart. He is finally able to gain his trust and love. Now when things seem to be getting better and better for Bantu’s life through a dream job with a lover. A certain incident disrupts his life, as he finds out about the bad act his father Valmiki did by transferring him to hospital. What happened then creates another story.
Allu Arjun does not disappoint his fans and listeners a bit. The actor who lived almost two years away from the big screens has successfully fulfilled his mission of bringing an amazing play through his action in the film.
Murali Sharma as Valmiki penetrates the deep skin of his character as he pulls out his character. With grey shadows easily which very few can pull out.
Pooja Hegde as Amulya is a young lady who gets a thumbs up for her character, as apart from being a manager and is a true lover. So, she represents her romantic interest Bantu also known as Allu Arjun throughout the difficult times of her life.
Tabu as Anjali may not have had many scenes or dialogues in the first part of the film. But over time the character emerges as a woman and as a mother.
Jayaram as Ramchandra is a rich businessman and his cool and calm demeanour with an empty mind. It brings out his personality without much difficulty.
With Samuthirakani as an anti-Appala Naidu leader in his interviews. The strong presence of the screen ensures he does not stray from the film and gets the attention of the audience.
Veteran actor Sachin Khedekar as ARK shares his top screen space with actor Allu Arjun. Bantu puts his role as father, mother-in-law, and grandfather later.
It has to be said that the emotional scenes that people experience are premature. Here they come to know the fact that he was changed at birth and someone who always misleads him. He never misses an opportunity to show him down. in front of others, he was not the real father. After knowing the truth, the place where he was left confused not knowing how to react. Also, at the same time, the burning anger at him following Valmiki’s actions and still trying to keep calm will catch you.
The aforementioned is not the only emotional state that will give you goosebumps, the place before the climax where Valmiki’s truth is revealed by Ramchandra’s father ARK (Sachin Khedekar) who will also rock your seats.
Director Trivikram Srinivas ensured that the emotional sequence gets in touch with the audience. In a healthy and easy way without too many amazing and weeping scenes. As emotional sequence makes everyone take it, as the filmmaker shows in a delicious way. To successfully make the audience their eyes fixed on the big screen.
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The third appearance of two directors and actors Trivikram Srinivas and Allu Arjun. The pair both played in July (2012) and S/O Sathymurthy (2015) hit the hat-trick with a thrill and released Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.
Music has always been an important part of Allu Arjun’s movies. Along with Samajavargamana, Ramuloo Ramulaa, OMG Daddy and Butta Bomma, songwriter S Thaman. He worked on songs even before the film was released had reached the charts. Watching the songs on the big screens especially the chemistry between Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde in Samajavargamana and Butta Bomma as well as the beautiful previous movement and scenic scenery in the background was truly a joy.
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‘Stylish Star’ has once again proven that he is a character with a complete package. Be it humour, action, emotion, style and true dance, the star actor nails it into the film, as ‘Bunny’ is made for the audience enjoying his songs with his action. The audience had all the whistles and the actor’s shoulder during the series as he unleashed hell with bad luck, and made the movie theatres in the theatre burst out laughing from time to time with his humour. The audience was the ROFL especially at the board meeting where he chased the films of Mahesh Babu and Pawan Kalyan Bharat Ane Nennu and Gabbar Singh respectively, with his humorous and confusing movements.
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