Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie (2020) | Allu Arjun new movie details

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie (2020) | Trailer,reviews,cast & release date


Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Story

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is a much awaited Allu Arjun new movie of 2020. The movie is directed by Trivikram Srinivas and produced by two producers named Allu Aravind & S. Radha Krishna. It is a Telugu movie featuring Superstar Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde in prominent roles.  

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Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Cast

  • Allu Arjun as Devraj/Bantu
  • Pooja Hegde as Nidhi Ammulu
  • Tabu
  • Jayaram
  • Sushanth as Raj
  • Navdeep
  • Brahmanandam
  • Nivetha Pethuraj
  • Sunil as Seetharam
  • Rajendra Prasad as G.Prajapati
  • Samuthirakani
  • Sachin Khedekar
  • Murali Sharma as Valmiki
  • Rohini as Valmiki's wife
  • Harsha Vardhan as Kashiram
  • Vennela Kishore
  • Govind Padmasoorya
  • Rahul Ramakrishna
  • Brahmaji
  • Chammak Chandra
  • Ajay as Satyam
  • Tanikella Bharani

Director : 
  • Trivikram Srinivas 
Producers : 
  • Allu Aravind
  • S. Radha Krishna
Executive Producer: 

  • PDV Prasad
Cinematography: 

  • P.S Vinod

Music: 

  • Thaman S
VFX Supervisor: 

  • Yugandhar T

Editor: 

  • Navin Nooli

Art Director: 

  • A.S. Prakash


Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Release Date

  • Release Date : 12, Jan, 2020

"Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Trailer"


Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Movie Review

The Allu Arjun new movie gets a good response from the audience. Allu Arjun will be appearing on the screen after the long gap, with the combination of hits like Julayi and Sannaf Satyamurthy in the crazy combination. Allu Aravind and Radhakrishna (Chinababu) are producing the movie under the banner of Geeta Arts and Harika Hasini Creations. The film, composed by Taman, hit the audience on Sunday (January 12). And the movie is getting fans expectations...

When it comes to story, Tabu and Rohini give birth to two male children in the same hospital. Rohini's husband, Valmiki (Muralisarma), transforms the children in hopes of getting home with their son's money. After 20 years, Bantu (Allu Arjun) has a job venture and swears with his father Valmiki. At the same time Bantuki gets a job at a travel agency run by Amulya (Pooja Hegde). The introduction of the precious and the pawns, etc., becomes love. As part of the business, Bantu goes to his office to meet his real father, Rama Chandra (Jayaram), who at the time saves Aayan from a major accident. At the same time, the truth that Ramachandre is his father seems to pawn. What did Bantu do? What is the danger to Ramachandra's family? How did Bantu protect his family from that accident? What is the connection to this story of the appalling Appala Naidu (Samudrakhani) ..? That's the rest of the story.

Interestingly, director Trivikram Srinivas hooked the audience with his own dialogue. Trivikram Magic seems to be the first half superb with bunny style, comedy timing and performance. Though not a strong story, Trivikram succeeds in engaging audiences with his take. Trivikram mark punches greet audiences, especially in every scene. However, Trivikram may not be too fond of Guruji fans as the film is a bit of a spicy joke because of its past experience.

Trivikram, however, was not so keen on the second half as he griped the first half. In particular, the lack of scenes that seem wow, and the lack of big twists and turns in the story, make the narrative feel flat. But in this case too, Trivikram Mark Comedy will add to the audience. Coming to a pre-climax, the pace of the story increases. In particular, the board meeting scene does not allow the audience to sit down. Fans whistles with bunny intimidating all the heroes in the scene. The action scene in the climax song sounds wow. Emotional climax blends with family audiences.

The main strength of the Allu Arjun new movie is when it comes to the technical category is the music provided by Taman. The audio was a super hit before the film's release. Comrade, Ramulo Ramula, Basket Doll songs are also superb on screen. The rest of the songs also entertain. Taman made his mark in the background music as well as The Best. Another major strength of the film is the difficulty of the cinematographer to make the PS Vinod cinematography as colorful as every frame. The visuals in the songs, in particular, are unremarkable. Naveen Nuli editing is frustrating. It would be nice if you could cut a few more scenes. After a long time, the producers Allu Aravind and Radhakrishna have been spending huge amounts of money for the movie since it is a bunny movie.

After the long gap, Bunny appeared on screen, giving fans a full treat. Comedy, action, romance and sentiment are all in his own style. In a word, the film was a one-man show. Superb in comedy timing and styling, as well as emotional scenes. Typical actor Muralisarma once again made his mark. His role as a father who discourages his son is impressive. Tabu and Jayaram have sobered up in their role. Emotional Scenes have been tremendously cultivated by their experience. Pooja Hegde and Nipodapetturaj, who played the heroines, were confined to a glamor show. Sushant, who continues to be a hero for a special role .. seems to be not utilized as expected. Other roles include Sachin Kedkar, Sunil, Vennela Kishore, Navdeep and Rahul Ramakrishna.

Overall, the movie is good.

  • Samajavaragamana – Sid Sriram
  • Ramuloo Ramulaa – Anurag Kulkarni, Mangli
  • OMG Daddy – Roll Rida, Rahul Sipligunj, Blazee, Rahul Nambiar, Rabbit Mac
  • Butta Bomma – Armaan Malik
  • Samajavaragamana (Female) – Shreya Ghoshal
  • Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo – Priya sisters, Sri Krishna

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