Ala Baikunthapuramlo is an Indian Telugu-language melee film. The film is directed by Tribikram Srinivas and co-produced by Allu Arvind & S under the banner of Geeta Arts and Harika & Hasin Creations. Cooked Krishna.
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The narrative revolves around Bantu (Allu Arjun), a skilled middle-class man who is despised and often neglected by his father Valmiki (Murali Sharma). What Bantu doesn’t know is that he’s actually the son of a businessman swapped by Valmiki with his own son to give the latter a comfortable life. A violent incident draws Bantu closer to the truth, upon learning which he decides to enter Vaikunthapuram, the home of his real parents and eventually confront those who threaten his family.
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Performed By Shubham Rangra, Subhash Chand.
The Sun NXT version omits the anti-smoking video disclaimers and the intermission card.
Features Armaan Malik: Butta Bomma (2020).
This film became the all time ‘ Non – Baahubali (1&2) ‘ highest grossing Telugu film (Only Telugu Version). It grossed around 274.4cr worldwide with a share of 162.8cr in 2020. The estimated number of tickets sold (Footfalls) for this film in India are around 1.4cr.
Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is located in a pastel cotton candy land with a beautiful frame in soft tones, built by Trivikrams Linivas. The bad guys here are left to their own equipment, hoping that karma will get them. And if that doesn’t work, of course you’ll be hit in black and blue, but it’s stylish. This movie sets a lot of characters and shows a completely incredible scenario.
But the movie’s greatest strength is to buy everything, even if Trivikram tells the story of a man who wants to help his dear family. The source of trouble for the existence of Bantu (Allu Arjun) is his father Valmiki (Murali Sharma, who provides excellent performance). The older man likes to defeat his son on every occasion, reminding him of the fate of being born in a middle-class family.
He seems to care more about Rajimanoharu (Schans A), the son of his boss Rama Chandra (Jairam), for a reason. The turmoil that continues as Bantu learns the truth about his father and enters Vaikuntaplum, the luxurious home where Rama Chandra and his family live, helps them is a sight to see. But it’s not because the movie creates something new. This movie is not without problems. The romance between Amulya (Pooja Hegde) and Bantu, especially the Thamana S numbers Samajavaragamana and Butta Bomma, is fascinating, but the beginning of everything is very problematic.
The fact that Bantu can’t stop staring at Amria’s feet because of its beauty is played for laughter, but Trivikram makes up for this very ironically by giving his lead a line to talk about approval. increase. Pooja Hegde can add enthusiasm to a character that is nothing more than a maniac fairy dream girl, but she’s really fun to watch on screen. Tab’s personality is also fleshless (embarrassing) and the emotional scene with her husband doesn’t work. But she embodies elegance.
Also, SushanthA doesn’t do much. Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo employs a number of characters played by Nivetha Pethuraj, Rahul Ramakrishna, Navdeep, Sunil, Harsha Vardhan, and the story’s opponent Samuthirakani, but the main actors are Murli Sharma and Sachin Khedekar (very fun). Let’s be a person) And of course Allu Arjun. Allu Arjun sinks his teeth into his role and pulls it off effortlessly. He is as comfortable as his miserable son and plays a man who beats the people around him with loot.
Despite his situation, instead of smiling during his sleep and blaming his father, he takes his life into the hands of the world. Of course, he dances like a dream. Ram Lakshman’s combat sequence is fun to watch. Specific sequences, especially including battles and folk songs. There is also a homage to the famous Triwood celebrities. Taman S’s music and background music are impressive (Ramuloo Ramulaa)