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Cert 12A
163 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, bloody images, scenes of sexual harassment

I surely couldn't pass up the chance of a movie catch-up ahead of watching my team's FA Cup tie in Birmingham.
So, I alighted upon Telugu action-drama Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo which had slipped my net because it hasn't had an extended run in the Midlands despite being successful elsewhere.
Trivikram's film stars Allu Arjun as a hard worker who cannot fathom why his middle-class father (Murali Sharma) is so awful to him.
He is unaware that he was born to the wife of a rich businessman (Jayaram) but was swapped in the hospital by his "father" who wanted his biological son to have a privileged upbringing.
Indeed his "dad" works as a gofer for the businessman and, therefore, sees the other boy every day and dotes on him.
In essence, Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is a drama which examines the battle between nature and nurture.
Sharma's character is convinced that placing a child in a particular environment will ensure their future. However, the longer the film progresses, the more he is proved wrong.
Arjun is charismatic as the young man who doesn't know that the dice have been loaded against him.
Despite his adversity, he turns out to be a young man of sharp wit, integrity and, inevitably (because this is an Indian movie) the propensity to beat up several bad guys at the same time.
He becomes taken with his travel agency boss (Pooja Hegde) but she is indignant that he keeps looking at her legs before melting and gaining admiration for his 'talents'.
Sharma is an unconventional but convincing villain - his character is left with both mental and physical scars after the baby swap.
And the film looks good - the song and dance routines have great timing, vigour and style. Indeed, Arjun is deservedly described as 'style star' in the opening credits.
Overall it has enough surprises and entertaining enough to ensure my mind was occupied before the big match (that ended 0-0, by the way!).

Reasons to watch: Twists and style in this comedy-drama
Reasons to avoid: Its finale is way too neat

Laughs: A couple of chuckles
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8/10

Did you know? Two children born in 2015, one to a Bodo family and the other to a Muslim family in Assam's Darrang district, were swapped in hospital soon after birth. Three years later, after consultations and DNA tests, both families agreed to exchange the babies but the kids were just unwilling to part with the families they grew up with. The families have now decided against the swap.

The final word. Allu Arjun: "If a film sets a new record, it doesn't mean the hero is a rank above, but the audience has shown their love towards the respective film, as a whole. I am overwhelmed with the response to the film and I couldn't have asked for more." Behind Woods

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