Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review & Ratings

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.

Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam Movie Review


Ashoka Arjuna Arjuna Kalyanam is the story of Allam Arjun, a Suryapet moneylender who is harassed by his family and society for remaining single after turning 34. On the other hand, his family is perpetually on the lookout for a bride who is a member of their cast; unfortunately, the same cast brides have been excluded, leaving him with no choice. Allam Arjun’s family arranges for him to marry a bride from the Godavari who is of a different caste. Allam Arjun is refused by Pasupuleti Madhavi (Rukshar Dhillon). Finally, and perhaps most importantly, why did she decline him? Is he ever going to marry? To comprehend them, you must be familiar with them all.

Cast & Crew

Vanamlo, Ashoka Vishwak Sen, Rukshar Dhillon, Ritika Nayak, Goparaju Ramana, and Raj Kumar star in 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 Bapineedu B and Sudheer Edara produced the film under the banner of SVCC Digital and BVSN Prasad presented it.

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 abhors being stereotyped, which is why he is constantly on the lookout for new and exciting projects. The most endearing aspect of Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam is its relatable storyline, as late-thirties marriage is today’s generation’s primary issue, and I’m sure this film helped redefine the stigma associated with late-thirties marriage.
The director does not waste any time in introducing the central plot, which ensures that the film gets off to a strong start. For approximately 15 to 20 minutes, the film moves at a good clip before the screenplay slows down. After the pre-interval, the film becomes more interesting, and the first few comedy scenes work well, but much of the characters’ behavior is artificial. The film’s second half is its spine; Arjun’s conflict is well-developed in the second half, but the payoff could have been better.
To begin, we must congratulate Vishwak Sen on choosing this script and portraying a character in his forties. Despite the fact that he justified his character as Allam Arjun and delivered an excellent performance, emoting effectively in several comedic scenes, his appearance is a little off. Rukshar Dhillon is every bit as good as Allam Arjun as Pasupuleti Madhavi, one of the best-written female characters in recent memory, and she, like the rest of the cast, did an outstanding job as Madhavi.
Ravi Kiran Kola, who also directed Raja Vaaru Rani Vaaru, wrote the film technically. We’ve been missing these types of clean family entertainment films for the last decade, and he’s slowly establishing himself in the Telugu film industry, and I’m confident he’ll develop into a good writer in the future. Vidya Sagar Chinta, the director, should be mentioned because he falls short in some areas but succeeds in others.
Pavi K Pavan’s cinematography is outstanding because it captures the film’s requirements, Jay Krish’s music is significant because it incorporates some unique sound effects and made the audience laugh in a number of scenes, and the rest of the departments performed admirably.
Finally, Ashoka Vanamlo Arjuna Kalyanam is an admirable film that redefined the social stigma associated with late-thirties marriage.

Movie Rating: 3.5/ 5

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