The official version of the popular Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde movie Ala Vaikunthapuramuloo, Shehzada, opened on more than 11,000 screens nationwide on Friday. Upon the film’s release, fans of the theatre experience immediately praised Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon on Twitter for their outstanding portrayals as Bantu and Samara, respectively.
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A person claimed that the selling point of Shehzada is Kartik Aaryan’s performance and swag as Bantu. “Shehzada is a pleasant watch, a perfect family entertainment,” the user commented. Just do it! A success! The USP is Kartik Aaryan’s performance and swag, plus Kriti Sanon is gorgeous! Grats to Rohit Dhawan, complete marks.
Even though Shehzada is a remake of Ala Vaikunthapuramuloo, a moviegoer claimed that the two movies feel similar while also having distinct personalities. Even though they are remakes, the user noted that “Ala Vaikunthapuramuloo and Shehzada are both completely different vibes, yet similar in feel since, while the story is the same, Kartik played to his own strengths and didn’t try to imitate Allu Arjun’s delivery manner.”
Another movie buff claimed that Kartik Aaryan was the only one who could redeem the too massy movie Shehzada. Shehzada is full of mass; Kartik Aaryan salvaged Shehzada alone, remarked the Twitter user Review Junkie. His eccentric on-screen persona and subtle dialogue delivery demonstrate that he will surpass all of his contemporaries. Paresh Rawal is brilliant. Kriti Sanon appears stunning. Good camerawork and catchy music.
Nonetheless, he observed that the first half’s editing could have been considerably better and that some sequences appeared forced.
Nevertheless, Anmol Jamwal, who runs the YouTube channel Tried and Refused Productions, claimed that despite Kartik Aaryan’s best efforts, Shehzada ends up being a conventional commercial endeavour.
Jamwal wrote on Twitter, “Kartik Aaryan genuinely tries to carry Shehzada’s burden, but the movie never completely embraces the self-awareness and silliness of AVPL! The famous boardroom scene was avoided by them. Bollywood-style performance would have been (sic). It appears to be a rather generic business endeavour.
The film, which was directed by Rohit Dhawan, centres on Bantu, whose father Valmiki has despised him since he was a young child. Until he learns that he is the Jindal family scion, his boss Samara treats him with respect and affection. Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon, Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Ronit Bose Roy, Sachin Khedekar, and Rajpal Yadav all play pivotal roles in the film Shehzada.