Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo

Starring : Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde, Tabu, Nivetha

Director : Trivikram Srinivas

Producers : Allu Aravind, S Radha Krishna

Music Director : SS Thaman

Release Date : 12/01/2020

Espicy Rating:

Stylish Star Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde starrer Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, helmed by Trivikram Srinivas has hit the theaters today on 12th January 2020. Let’s see the story of Allu Arjun starrer.

Story: Valmiki (Murali Sharma), is a middle-class guy, who swaps his new born baby with his millionaire boss Ramachandra's (Jayaram) baby in a hospital. Valmiki raises his boss's son Bantu (Allu Arjun) and ensures the boy never goes near original parents who live in Vaikunthapuram. More than 20 years, Bantu knows the reality about his parents and goes to Vaikunthapuram. What happens next, forms the crux of the story.

Plus Points:

·         Allu Arjun’ performance

·         Family oriented theme

·         BGM

·          First Half

·         Visuals

Minus Points:

·         Thin & predictable story line

·         Few scenes in second half

 Performance: Once again Allu Arjun steals the show with his fabulous performance.  His body language, way of dialogue delivery, dancing style, action are highlighted.  He is superb in comedy and emotional sequence.  Pooja Hegde looks ravishing in all the song sequences. The glamour show of Pooja  Hegde is a eye feast for the audiences.. We expected Vennela Kishore to deliver some rib-tickling comedy, his character and jokes fall flat. As usual Tabu performs well. Rajendra Prasad, Sachin Khedeker , Jayaram , Suneel, Nivetha Vennela Kishore and Rahul Ramakrishna and others have done justifications with their roles.

Technical:   The film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo  has thing and predictable storyline. Trivikram Srinivas became successful to execute the movie in engaging manner. He has written Bunny’s character quite well. Screenplay is good but disappoints in the second half. The dialogues are highlighted. Songs are eye-catching and foot-tapping. S Thaman does good job with its background score that elevates the film well. Editing is good and could have done better job for the second half. Action sequences are well choreographed  by Ram Laxman. Production values are rich. Cinematography is breathtaking.

Analysis: Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is a pleasant family entertainer that's packed with emotion and ample entertainment.