Cast Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde, Sushanth, Tabu, Murali Sharma, Jayaram
Reviewer: George Sylex
Summary - Trivikram and Allu Arjun have recently cooperated for Julayi, S/O Satyamurthy and two were blockbusters. Also, will this combo scores a hattrick with Ala Vaikunthapurramloo is to been seen.
Story - Valmiki (Murali Sharma) swaps his new conceived infant with his mogul boss Ramachandra( Jayaram's) kid, in a hospital. Evidence for the swap is an attendant who goes to extreme lethargic after the incident. Valmiki, a middle-class father, brings up his boss's child Bantu (Allu Arjun ) and guarantees the kid never goes close to the first guardians who live in Vaikunthapuram. After over twenty years, Bantu finds out about his unique guardians. Bantu at that point enters vaikunthapuram, the rest of the story is the way by which he settles the issues his parent's family is confronting.
Script Analysis - The narrative of the film is around two infants get swapped and being raised in two differentiating conditions. It's a skinny story. What has a major effect on this story is connecting with screenplay. Every spectator and father of the hero knows about the swapping story. The screenplay is about how it uncovers to the rest of the essential characters. The Vaikunthapuram house is a well-known set-up. In any case, Trivikram has ensured that it's not dull. It's extremely hard to compose the character of Valmiki which loads with dark shades. It expects smoothness to compose communication scenes between hero character, and other essential characters after the fact of the matter uncover to him. Trivikram has made a fine showing in it. There is enough amusement as well.
Negatives - The passionate substance in a specific territory could have been considerably more grounded. Tabu's job is dull generally as some strong family feelings among her, and the other relatives toward the end would have made issues better. Villain's track is somewhat feeble as a skilled actor like Samutrakani has not been used well really. The scenes of hero Villain minutes are just about alright and don't make a lot of effects. The screenplay follows similar beats we have generally expected of Trivikram Srinivas films. He also relied a great deal upon the magnetism of his lead actor.
Star Performances - Allu Arjun has returned to his customary range of familiarity with Ala Vaikunthapurramloo. He is calm as a middle-class kid and performed similarly well in comedy just as enthusiastic sequences. Pooja Hegde is wonderful, particularly in the songs. However, disappears in the Second half. Nivetha Pethuraj gets a paltry job. Murali Sharma is brilliant as a Middle-class narrow-minded father. Sachin Khedkar and Jayaram are acceptable. Tabu, Sushanth, Ajay, Samuthirakani, Sunil, and many others squandered in Trivial Roles.
Direction, Cinematography, Music - We as a whole realize that Trivikram is the ace of entertainment. The manner in which he has composed the story, discoursed, and portrayed the film with great excitement and emotions says a lot of his work and gives an engaging ride for the crowd. The cinematography is tasteful and the visuals are overflowing class. P. S. Vinod made a fine showing of capturing up a bubbly mind-set with his cinematography. The music of the film is a chartbuster and helps us to remember past times worth remembering the earlier decades when each other music collection has, in any event, several extremely tremendous chartbusters. Editing is sharp with not a single dull minute. The art division has thought of top-notch work.
Overall - Ala Vaikunthapurramloo is a strong entertainer. Allu Arjun makes a snazzy rebound and is a treat to watch on-screen with his inside out exhibition. Simply keep your desires and true to life information at home. What's more, appreciate the good times. A definite shot winner during this Sankranthi.