Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review: Vishwak Sen is well-known for his Mass, but in Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam, he experiments with a new concept: Mass ka Das becomes Class ka Das. Many fans and film critics have been anticipating its release to see if Vishwak Sen, the film’s classy protagonist, could pull it off. However, the wait is over, as Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam premiered today, May 6, 2022.
This is the story of Allam Arjun, a Suryapet moneylender who is harassed by his family and the rest of the world because he doesn’t have a wife when he turns 34. Because his family is always looking for a bride from his cast, he has no choice but to marry her. People in Allam Arjun’s family want him to marry a woman from another caste. Allam Arjun is turned down by Pasupuleti Madhavi (Rukshar Dhillon). Finally, and perhaps most important, why did she say no? Will he ever marry? To understand them, you need to know them all.
Cast & Crew
Vanamlo, Ashoka Vishwak Sen, Rukshar Dhillon, Ritika Nayak, Goparaju Ramana, and Raj Kumar are in Arjuna Kalyanam, which is about the wedding of Arjuna. Vijay Krish wrote the music, Pavi K Pavi shot the cinematography, Bapineedu B and Sudheer Edara made the movie, and BVSN Prasad starred in the movie.
|MovieName||Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam|
|Cast Leads||Vishwak Sen, Rukshar Dhillon Ritika Nayak, Goparaju Ramana, Raj Kumar and others.|
|Director||Vidya Sagar Chinta|
|Producer||Bapineedu B & Sudheer Edara|
|Written by||Ravi Kiran Kola|
|DOP||Pavi K Pavan|
This is why Vishwak Sen is always on the lookout for new and exciting projects. He doesn’t like being stereotyped. Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam is one of the most endearing things about it because its relatable storyline is what makes it so appealing. Late-thirties marriage is a big problem for today’s generation, and I’m sure this movie helped change the stigma around late-thirties marriage.
They do not waste any time introducing the main story, which makes sure the movie starts off well. For about 15 to 20 minutes, the movie moves along at a good pace. The screenplay then slows down a little. It gets more interesting after the pre-interval, and the first few comedy scenes work well. But a lot of the characters’ behaviour isn’t real, and it doesn’t feel real. This part of the movie is its spine. Arjun’s conflict is well-developed in the second half, but the ending could have been better.
As a first step, we should congratulate Vishwak Sen for choosing this script and playing a man in his forties in it. Despite the fact that he did a good job as Allam Arjun and did a good job in a lot of funny scenes, his appearance is a little off. Rukshar Dhillon is just as good as Allam Arjun in the role of Pasupuleti Madhavi, one of the best-written female characters in recent memory. She, like the rest of the cast, did a great job playing Madhavi, as did everyone else.
It was written by Ravi Kiran Kola, who directed Raja Vaaru Rani Vaaru. He also wrote the movie. We haven’t seen these kinds of clean family movies in a while, and he’s starting to make his mark in the Telugu film industry. I’m sure he’ll become a good writer in the future. Vidya Sagar Chinta, the director, should be talked about because he doesn’t do well in some areas but does well in other areas.
Pavi K Pavan’s cinematography is great because it meets the film’s needs. Jay Krish’s music is important because it has some unique sound effects and made the audience laugh in a few scenes. The rest of the departments did well, too.
Finally, Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam is a good movie that changed the way people thought about late-thirties marriage.
Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5