An integrated device capable of generating large number of multiplexed optical vortex beams with arbitrary topological charges is considered as one of the crucial requirement for driving information photonics forward. Here we report a simple method for simultaneous generation of 100 multiplexed optical vortex beams from a polymer film of size 1mm2 and thickness of 30µm. This is achieved through a combination of computer generated holography, digital hologram printing and photoisomeric polymers. When the fabricated sample is illuminated with a collimated laser beam, a predetermined vortex array with arbitrary topological charge is emitted. The polymer film easy to synthesise and exhibits good diffraction efficiency and long retention time.