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Ala Vaikunthapurramloo

Language: Telugu
Banner: Haarika & Hassine Creations & Geetha Arts
Producer: Allu Aravind - S. Radha Krishna(Chinababu)
Director:  Trivikram Srinivas
Music Director: Thaman S
Editor: Navin Nooli
Story Writer: Trivikram Srinivas
Cinematographer: P. S. Vinod
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Valmiki (Murali Sharma) swaps his new baby boy with his boss Anand Shriram (Jayaram). So, Valmiki's original son grows up in a wealthy family as Raj and he rises his boss son Bantu in a typical middle-class lifestyle. Cut to twenty years Bantu gets to know the truth about his biological father and go to Vaikunthapurramloo to solve the professional, personal problems that his real father is going through. Why did the baby swapping happen? What happens after Bantu enters the Vaikunthapurramloo house? How does Bantu solves the problems that his real parents are facing? All these form the rest of the story.



Allu Arjun natural charm in his acting was missing in his past few movies and he got back into the original form in Ala Vaikunthapurramloo. It appeared like Allu Arjun is in his comfort zone effortlessly portraying the Bantu character being the middle-class person or the surprises he makes in the second half once he enters the Vaikunthapurramloo house.  His emotional scenes with Murali Sharma are good, this time there a lot of dancing too along with stylish action part and overall “Allu Arjun Sir Allu Arjun Anthe”

Pooja Hegde was very pretty throughout the film, she matched dance steps with the Stylish Star and her chemistry with Allu Arjun is a delight to watch on the screen.  Murali Sharma has got yet another interesting author backdrop role and he is played an important role pulling off with ease.

Tabu has made a grand comeback from a decade with AA19, she is good in her part and her own dubbing helped a lot for her character in the movie. Jayaram role was okay and performed that’s required. Sushanth and Nivetha Pethuraj's roles are short yet sweet leaving their mark in the film. Samuthirakani's role could be inked little more better other than just sticking with the mannerism that’s shown in the trailer.


Allu Arjun

Thaman Songs & Background Score

Trivikram Srinivas Dialogues

Rich Production Values


Length Could Be Shooter

Lagging Scenes in First Half

Predictable Story Telling

Critics Rating

Technical Department

Direction 8
Editor 8
Casting Producer 7
Art Department 8
Music Director 9

Technical Department

Story Department 7
Choreography 7
Cinematography 8
Graphics 7
Field Publicity 8
Others Comment:
Trivikram Mark Typical Family Entertainer with Allu Arjun Magic Inside It.