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Ramachandra (Jayaram) and Valmiki (Murali Sharma) are colleagues who work for ARK (Sachin Khedekar). Ramachandra and ARK’s daughter, Yasu (Tabu), fall in love and get married...
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Ramachandra (Jayaram) and Valmiki (Murali Sharma) are colleagues who work for ARK (Sachin Khedekar). Ramachandra and ARK’s daughter, Yasu (Tabu), fall in love and get married. This brings instant riches to Ramachandra’s life while Valmiki remains to struggle with his bills. When both Valmiki’s wife and Yasu go into labor the same day, Yasu’s son is born dead. Taking the help of the nurse (Eswari Rao) on duty, Valmiki manages to switch his baby with Ramachandra’s, stating that he means to keep the family happy. However, he holds a grudge in his heart against Ramachandra seeing how he became rich without efforts. He wants Ramachandra’s son to suffer while his son enjoys the riches. After years, Raj Manohar (Sushanth) and Bantu (Allu Arjun) grow up with their respective, switched families. While Raj enjoys the luxuries of a rich household, Bantu compromises to make his middle-class family happy. He falls in love with his boss, Amulya (Pooja Hegde). One fine day, Bantu finds out the truth about his birth from the same nurse who helped Valmiki. Then the story takes a turn towards how Bantu handles the messed up situation, how he impresses his real family and how he sticks by his morals despite knowing that he is the heir to a business empire. Will the truth ever be revealed to everyone? 

Critic Review

1 year ago | 123TELUGU

3.75

On the whole, Ala Vaikunthapuramlo is a full-on solid family entertainer that ticks all the boxes right. Be it the story, dialogues, fights, romance and music, this film has it all and will be loved by the audience this Sankranthi. Allu Arjun makes a stylish comeback and is a treat to watch on screen with his all-round performance. The film will make good money this season and break many records in Bunny’s career. Barring the slightly dull and predictable ending, this film is a sure shot blockbuster this new year.

Critic Review

1 year ago | TIMES OF INDIA

3.5

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is set in the soft-tinted, beautifully framed, pastel hued cotton-candy-land that Trivikram Srinivas builds. The evil-doers here are left to their own devices, in hope that karma will get to them. And when that doesn’t work, they’re of course beaten up black and blue, but in style. The film sets up a lot of characters and ends up showcasing scenarios that are completely implausible. But the film’s biggest strength is that you buy it all, even if Trivikram, yet again, tells the tale of a man who wants to help a family he cares about. The bane of Bantu’s (Allu Arjun) existence is his father Valmiki (Murli Sharma, giving a brilliant performance). The older man likes putting down his son at every opportunity, reminding him of his fate for having been born in a middle-class family. He seems more interested in his boss Ramachandra’s (Jayram) son Raj Manohar (Sushanth A) than his own and there’s a reason for it. The chaos that ensues when Bantu finds out the truth about his father and enters Vaikunthapurram (the lavish home Ramachandra and his family stay at) in a bid to help them is worth watching. But not because the film pulls of something new, it doesn’t. The film is not without its issues. While the romance that ensues between Amulya (Pooja Hegde) and Bantu is adorable, especially Thaman S’ numbers Samajavaragamana and Butta Bomma, the way it all begins is extremely problematic. The fact that Bantu cannot stop staring at Amulya’s legs because they’re beautiful is played for laughs, but Trivikram balances it out, very ironically, by giving his lead a line that talks about consent. Pooja Hegde manages to bring in spunk into a character that is nothing more than a manic pixie dream girl, but she sure is a delight to watch on-screen. Tabu’s character too is poorly fleshed out (what a shame), and the emotional scene she has with her husband doesn’t completely work. But she’s nothing less than grace personified. Sushanth A doesn’t get much to do either. In Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo numerous characters are set up, played by Nivetha Pethuraj, Rahul Ramakrishna, Navdeep, Sunil, Harsha Vardhan, even the antagonist of this tale Samuthirakani and more, but the key players remain Murli Sharma, Sachin Khedekar (in a role he seems to be having so much fun with) and of course, Allu Arjun. Allu Arjun sinks his teeth into his role, pulling it off with effortless ease. He’s as comfortable being the miserable son as he is playing the man who will beat up everyone around him with swag, someone who will smile in his sleep despite his circumstances and instead of blaming his father, take charge of his life. He, of course, dances like a dream and the fight sequences by Ram-Lakshman are a delight to watch. Especially a particular sequence that involves a fight and a folk song. There’s even a tribute to famous celebs from Tollywood. Thaman S’ music and background score for this one is impressive (Ramuloo Ramulaa and OMG Daddy are killer) and the cinematography by PS Vinod is good. Naveen Nooli’s editing could’ve been tighter, especially in the second half, where the film doesn’t pack the kind of punch the first half did. Trivikram’s fans might miss his trademark punch comedic dialogues, but fitting with the theme of the film, the comedy in this one is more dry and sarcastic, and it works! Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo has a little bit of everything and despite the cliché and predictable storyline; Trivikram manages to make it work and deliver what he promises. Watch this one for Allu Arjun, especially if you’re a fan, for he shines in this one and of course, the fun of it all.

Critic Review

1 year ago | GULTE

3.25

Critic Review

1 year ago | INDIAGLITZ

3.25

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is a thorough entertainer that offers loads of fun.Without getting melodramatic,it makes you root for its layered sentimentality.Trivikram has a firm grip on the narrative for the most part.Allu Arjun is in top form.Go for it!

Critic Review

1 year ago | GREATANDHRA

3

User Review

11 months ago | Praveen
User-Clap Rating

Great movie and nice music

Movie Details

Ramachandra (Jayaram) and Valmiki (Murali Sharma) are colleagues who work for ARK (Sachin Khedekar). Ramachandra and ARK’s daughter, Yasu (Tabu), fall in love and get married...

Genre : Action, Drama
Language : Telugu
Director : Trivikram Srinivas
Producer : Allu Aravind , S Radha Krishna
Release Date(Theater) : 12th Jan, 2020
Runtime : 2h 45min
Production Co : Geetha ArtsHaarika & Hassine Creations

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