The much awaited trailer of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is out. Allu Arjun is seen as Bantu, a happy-go-lucky guy who is raised in a middle-class family. His father (Murali Sharma) preaches him what's a middle-class youth upto as one is faced with 'Laksha Panulu, Koti Worries'. Bantu feels not a single day in his life is 'Aaha'. He is raised with morals. He always tells truth. He works for his Madam (Pooja Hegde). And then some major problem arises.'Pulochindi...Meka Sachindi'. This is 'Wizard of Words' Trivikram Srinivas way of putting a drastic change in hero's characterization from soft-guy to a tough and macho guy who takes on goons. Vaikunthapuram is the house where the major characters like Tabu, Sachin Kedekar, Rajendra Prasad and others stay. What is the problem? How is the problem linked to Vaikunthapurram? And how does Bantu aka Devraj handles it? This forms the crux of the story.
The trailer has its moments. Director Trivikram Srinivas packs a punch. Allu Arjun steals the show. Right from the start to the end, it is Bunny's show all the way. Trivikram's treatment, witty one-liners, comedy touch and family emotions make Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo a perfect festival watch for this Sankranthi.
Thaman's background score is impressive. Since the album of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is already a big success, this is expected to add to the hype surrounding the film. Pooja Hegde as Madam - Allu Arjun's boss/ love interest - is interesting. The chemistry between Pooja and Bunny is enticing. Also, the father-son bond seems to have taken the center-stage.
Murali Sharma, Sachin Khedkar, Samuthirakani and Tabu adds to this engaging family drama. Samuthirakani's intense performance makes it more curious. Cinematography is brilliant. Technically, Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo teaser is rich. On the whole, Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo trailer promises to be Trivikram's touch with Bunny's magic.
SOURCE : GULTE