Directed by Vidyasagar Chinta, Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam starring Vishwak Sen, Rukshar Dhillon and Ritika Nayak in the lead roles directed by Vidyasagar Chinta is out for the public vieweing today. Check out our authentic Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Review.
A bachelor from Suryapet named Arjun Allam( Vishwak Sen) goes to a small village in the Godavari region to get engaged to Madhavi( Rukshar Dhillon). After the engagement, Arjun and his family will be struck in the bride’s village due to the Covid lockdown. What kind of unexpected events will Arjun come across during his stay along with his family at the bride’s house? Summarizes the main plotline of the film.
Vishwak Sen did his part decently as a guy from a small town. His boy-next-door looks and makeover with a clean shave and neatly combed hairstyle are good and add a fresh vibe to the narrative.
Heroine Rukshar Dhillon is adorable on screen and did her extended cameo role decently. But the show-stealer is the new girl named Ritika Nayak who did her purposeful role in a natural manner. Her appearance and facial expressions in the crucial second half are a major plus for the film. Ritika Nayak‘s chemistry with Vishwak Sen has been showcased nicely in a few episodes in the second half. Supporting character artists who did key roles perfectly fit in their given respective characters.
Jay Krish’s music is one of the plus points for the film as his background and all the situational songs carry the mood of the film nicely.
The cinematography by Pavi K Pavan is superb as he showcased the entire film in a beautiful manner. Editing by Viplav Nyshadam is fine as he kept the runtime within the limits. Production values for his tight budget movie are okay.
While the director Vidyasagar Chinta‘s basic idea of making a film based on the marriage problems of a 33-years-old guy is good, his narration has a few speed breakers in the first half. He would have focused on writing the first half episodes in an even more gripping way to attract the audience.
Instead of giving proper detailing about hurdles, the hero faces from society due to late marriage wasted most of the first half with slow proceedings.
One Word Review: Second half saves the audience!