Vishwak’s Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review & Ratings

Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review: In Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam, Vishwak Sen, known for his Mass, experiments with a new concept: Mass ka Das becomes Class ka Das. Many moviegoers and critics eagerly awaited the release of the film to see if Vishwak Sen, the film’s intelligent protagonist, could pull it off. That is until Ashoka Vanamlo Arjunal Kalyanam premiered today, May 6, 2022.

Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review


Allam Arjun, a Suryapet moneylender, is bullied by his family and the rest of society because he won’t have a wife by the time he’s 34. Because his family is always on the lookout for a bride from his cast, he has no choice but to marry her. It is a long-held family tradition for Allam Arjun to marry outside of his own social group. Allam Arjun is rejected by Pasupuleti Madhavi in the end (Rukshar Dhillon). In the end, and perhaps most importantly, why didn’t she accept my offer? Are there any prospects for him to meet someone special? You need to know them all at once in order to fully comprehend them.

Cast & Crew

There are six actors in the film Arjuna Kalyanam: Vanamlo Ashoka Vishwak Sen Rukshar Dhillon Ritika Nayak Goparaju Ramana and Raj Kumar. Bapineedu B and Sudheer Edara directed and produced the film, and BVSN Prasad played the lead role in it.

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
Music Jay Krish
DOP Pavi K Pavan

Movie Verdict

Vishwak Sen is always on the lookout for new and exciting projects because of this. Being labeled as a “stereotype” bothers him. This film’s relatable plot is what makes Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam one of its most endearing features. I’m sure this film helped to change the perception of late-thirty-year-old marriage, which is a major issue for today’s generation.
The movie gets off to a good start because they don’t waste any time introducing the main story. There is a good pace for 15 to 20 minutes of the film. After that, the pace of the script begins to wane. Fortunately, the first few comedic scenes make it worth watching after the pre-intermission. However, a great deal of the behavior displayed by the characters isn’t real and doesn’t feel genuine. This section of the film serves as the film’s spine. The finale could have been better for Arjun’s conflict in the second half.
First and foremost, let us congratulate Vishwak Sen on his decision to star in this script and in the role of a middle-aged man. No matter how well-acted or funny the scenes were where he played Allam Arjun, his physical appearance is off-putting. In the role of Pasupuleti Madhavi, Allam Arjun and Rukshar Dhillon are just as good as one of the most well-written female characters in recent memory. Like the rest of the cast, she did an excellent job as Madhavi.
Ravi Kiran Kola, the director of Raja Vaaru Rani Vaaru, wrote the script. The film was also written by him. He’s beginning to make a name for himself in the Telugu film industry with films like these, which haven’t been seen in a while. The future holds great promise for him as a writer. The director Vidya Sagar Chinta deserves attention because he performs admirably in some areas while failing miserably in others.
As a result, the cinematography by Pavi K Pavan is excellent. In a few scenes, Jay Krish’s music made the audience laugh because of its unique sound effects. It was a good day for the rest of the departments as well.
Finally, the film Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam altered public perceptions of marriage in one’s late thirties.

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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