Ala Vaikuntapuram Review: Bunny, Trivikram made audience glued to their seats

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The Bunny-starrer ‘Ala Vaikuntapuram Lo’ turned out to be an engaging drama with good family values and emotions. The first and second half of the film is good as the basic plot itself is interesting.

The success of this film script lies in creating interest among viewers as to What next going to happen? The entire film made the viewers sit straight to know what next. The Director plotted the story in such a way that viewers would glue to their seats till the final card. Adding to it, family sentiment played a predominant role making it a huge success, although nothing new is there in the plot. But the way the director narrated the story engaged the audience.

I did not feel boredom at point except for a song in the climax. It would have been much better had the song in the climax wouldn’t have disturbed the mood. However, it was not negative as the story, screenplay and dialogues were superb.

Trivikram’s mark was evident in every dialogue such as “Devudi ki kuda Dakshina Kavali (God also required Alams) Raju ki kuda Rakshana Kavali (King also needed security), Nijam Meeda Nilakada unde Bandham Rocksolid ga untadi (Relation based on facts will remain solid forever) etc. There are several such punch dialogues in the film that brings solace to the audiences.

Photography was good. But PS Vinod range photography was not seen in the film. Songs, Costumes, Art direction are all superb. One thing that is worth mentioning here is the movie registered its success silently.

Bunny had completely justified his role with his best performance, and dialogue delivery. The audience will see a different Allu Arjun in him. His hair style was good. Pooja Hegde was good. She could make a mark with her sweet voice and cute looks.

Murali Sharma performance was also Super. Tabu was good. Samudrakhani is Super. His getup was extraordinary.

Positives
* Dialogues
* Allu Arjun
* Family emotions
* Healthy Comedy
* Saamaja Varagamana, Ramulo Ramula, Butta Bomma
* Festival

Negatives
* NIL

This is a Pakka festival Movie for families..

My rating: “3.25” Super Hit

Final Punch: “F3” – *FAMILY *FESTIVAL *FEAST