The third collaboration of stylish star Allu Arjun and Trivikram Srinivas is Ala Vaikunthapurramloo. A new trend is set by releasing the movie songs nearly 4 months before the theatrical release and it worked wonders in generating enough hype. Each and every song of the film is a chartbuster. Will this film meet our prospects? Here comes report from premiere show.
The story revolves around two families and the film is narrated in a lighter vein. While first half is said to be thoroughly entertaining with Bunny’s track with his dad played by Murali Sharma, his romance with boss essayed by Pooja Hegde. Sushant’s role is not designed in a convincing manner. Tabu and Jayaram are the pillar of supports. Butta Bomma and Samajavaragamana look beautiful on screen.
Nonetheless, clichéd narration in second half makes the narration boring at times. The high octane action episodes and fun elements will somehow make up for the routineness. Ramuloo Ramulla comes as last song is one of the biggest attractions. Overall, Ala Vaikunthapurramloo is a right choice for Telugu audience in Sankranthi and a confirmed hit on cards.
Bunny’s all-round performance, Trivikram mark dialogues, Pooja Hegde’s glamour and Thaman’s music make it a wholesome entertainer.
*from various sources.