Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review & Ratings

Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review: Vishwak Sen is known for his Mass, but with the film Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam, he tries something new that he has never done before: Mass ka Das transforms into Class ka Das. Many fans and movie critics have been waiting for its release to see if Vishwak Sen, the classy character, could pull it off. However, the wait is over, and the film Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam was released today, May 06, 2022, to a slew of positive reviews. Let’s see if the film lives up to the hype.

Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review


Vanamlo, Ashoka Arjuna Kalyanam tells the story of Allam Arjun, a moneylender in Suryapet who, after turning 34, is harassed by his family and society for being single. His family, on the other hand, never stops looking for a bride who is a member of their cast; unfortunately, they have left out the same cast brides, leaving him with no choice. Allam Arjun’s family finds a bride from the Godavari who is from a different caste than him. Allam Arjun is refused by Pasupuleti Madhavi (Rukshar Dhillon). Last but not least, why did she refuse him? Is he going to marry at the end? You must be aware of all of these in order to understand them.

Cast & Crew

Vishwak Sen, Rukshar Dhillon, Ritika Nayak, Goparaju Ramana, Raj Kumar, and others star in Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam. Ravi Kiran Kola wrote the screenplay, Vidya Sagar Chinta directed the film, Jay Krish composed the music, Pavi K Pavan shot the cinematography, and the film was produced by Bapineedu B and Sudheer Edara under the banner of SVCC Digital and presented by BVSN Prasad.

MovieNameAshoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam
Cast LeadsVishwak Sen, Rukshar Dhillon Ritika Nayak, Goparaju Ramana, Raj Kumar and others.
DirectorVidya Sagar Chinta
ProducerBapineedu B & Sudheer Edara
Written byRavi Kiran Kola
MusicJay Krish
DOPPavi K Pavan

Movie Verdict

Vishwak Sen despises being typecast, which is why he is constantly trying to come up with new and interesting projects. When it comes to Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam, the film’s biggest selling point is its relatable storyline, as late-thirties marriage is today’s generation’s biggest problem, and I’m sure this film redefined the stigma associated with late-thirties marriage.
The film gets off to a good start, as the director doesn’t waste any time getting into the main plot. The film’s pace is good for about 15 to 20 minutes, after which the screenplay becomes a little slow. The movie starts to get interesting after the pre-interval, and the first few comedy scenes land well, but we can see the artificiality in a lot of the characters’ behavior. The film’s backbone is the second half; Arjun’s conflict is well-developed in the second half, but the payoff could have been better.
In terms of Vishwak Sen’s performance as Allam Arjun, First and foremost, we should commend you for selecting this script and portraying a middle-aged character. He justified his character as Allam Arjun and delivered a fine performance, emoting well in some comedy scenes, despite all of this, his appearance is a bit artificial. Rukshar Dhillon as Pasupuleti Madhavi is just as good as Allam Arjun, one of the most well-written female characters in recent memory, and she did a fantastic job as Madhavi, as did the rest of the cast.
In terms of technicalities, the film’s writer is Ravi Kiran Kola, who directed the film Raja Vaaru Rani Vaaru. We’ve been missing these types of clean family entertainment films for the past decade, and he’s slowly making his mark in the Telugu film industry, and I’m confident he’ll become a good writer in the future. We should mention the director Vidya Sagar Chinta, who fails in some areas but manages to keep the audience engaged throughout.
Pavi K Pavan’s cinematography is good because he captured what the film requires, and Jay Krish’s music is important because he uses some unique sounding and made the audience laugh in a number of scenes with his unique sounding, and the rest of the departments performed admirably.
Finally, Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam is a worthwhile film that redefined the social stigma associated with late-thirties marriage.

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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