Arya Video Songs

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Arya Video Songs
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Ajay (Shiva) is a spoilt brat and is the son of local MP Avataram (Rajan P Dev). He likes Geeta (Anuradha Mehta) and proposes her. When she refuses, he threatens that he would jump from the college top. Being a meek girl, Geeta accepts the proposal and starts dating him. Arya (Allu Arjun) is a carefree guy with positive attitude. He falls in love with Geeta at the first sight. He proposes her in front of her boyfriend. She bluntly refuses. The rest of the film is all about how he wins Geeta with his attitude and positive outlook.

Artists Performance
Allu Arjun If you attribute the success of Gangotri to K Raghavendra Rao and write off Allu Arjun as a hero, you are in a soup. With his exceptionally great performance in 'Arya', hero Allu Arjun announces that he is here to stay and to leave a mark of his own. All those guys who admire Chiranjeevi's dancing skills would end up thinking like how great it would have been if Chiranjeevi ever get someone compose dances like Allu Arjun has done in 'Takadhinatom' song. Allu Arjun is simply awesome in dances. He is natural in his histrionics. He is amazing in stunt sequences. However, he looks like imitating Pawan Kalyan (of Kushi) in few college scenes. He also needs to get his dialogues modulated in the right way. He has a cool dressing sense. Anuradha Mehta is OK. She looks good in half sarees towards the climax of the film. She did well with in her limits. She has a broader frame and has certain similarities to Katrina Kaif. Savita's dubbing has become monotonous these days. They should have tried a fresh dubbing artist for Anuradha.

Siva is good as adamant, at times confused, lover. He generated comedy in few scenes where he shows his frustration. Subbaraju is terrific as henchman to villain. Vidya is natural and lovable as the friend of heroine. Venu Madhav and Devi Charan got good footage and generated neat comedy. Babloo did the roll of hero's buddy. Sunil did a guest role of a TT called 'Punch Falaknama'. The kids in the film also have done well.

Technical Departments
Story of the film is wafer-thin. It is absolutely impossible to direct a flick with such a frail story line. But the debutant Sukumar handled this film with terrific characterizations and an extraordinary screenplay. The director Sukumar has exhibited great sensibility while executing few shots in the film. He fails you to guess the next scene most of the times. I do often wonder while looking at a few Tamil films that why our Telugu directors cannot execute such creative shots. Here is an answer in the form of Sukumar. Dialogues by Sukumar are apt and are sprinkled with sensible humor. Simple and effective like 'Repu morning - Arya ki warning'! Here are few scenes that leave a lasting impression. Stunts by Ram Lakshman are very powerful. The fights are measured ones, efficient and are very believable. Editing by Marthand K Venkatesh is crisp. I liked the editing cuts during the titles part a lot. Art work is trendy. Locations chosen are rare and they ooze freshness. Production values of this film are lavish. Producer Raju should be commended for selecting such a sensible storyline and employing the perfect cast and crew.

First half of the film is full of fun. The second half is good. The last half an hour of the film (especially after the last song) is great. You feel like you are watching a Mani Rathnam film. Thanks to majestic visuals (Rathnevelu - cinematographer), splendid music (Devi Sri Prasad - music director) and marvelous framing (Sukumar - director)! There is a soul in the film and you end up having a thin layer of tears in your eyes while leaving the theater. This film announces the arrival of Sukumar - director - a class apart. 'Arya' is a must watch film for all Telugu film lovers. Don't miss it!!