'I'll stop complaining soon. Just one more paragraph. Thank you. Trivikram's assertion that the rich man's son will be king no matter how damaging his upbringing, and that the middle class spawn will always be middling no matter how much access to resources he has, is basically what's called nepotism. It is logic like this that also sustains casteism.
Okay, I lied. Last complaint in this review, I swear. Women aren't to be respected because they give birth. They are to be respected because they are people. This notion that you disrespect people unless they prove they are worthy is a very hateful way of looking at the world. You could alternatively respect people until they prove to be unworthy and you may just find some peace in your head.
So, it is obvious that I loathe Trivikram's worldview at least as much as he loathes the middle class. Nevertheless, I loved Ala Vaikunthapuramlo.'
Valmiki (Murali Sharma) is an employee of Ramachandra (Jayaram). But employee is a bad word in Trivikram's world. It means servant, if not slave. Valmiki rues this truth of the world (of Trivikram's world at least) so much that when a sliver of opportunity presents itself, he switches his baby (born in the general ward) with Ramachandra's baby (born in the special ward of the same hospital) on the night of their birth. After the swap is executed and evidence suppressed, each time he goes to his boss's house Valmiki beams at his son being brought up in luxury.