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Virata Parvam Review
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Period love drama, Virata Parvam starring Rana Daggubati and Sai Pallavi as the lead pair has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Virata Parvam starts in the 70s with the birth of Venne, 80s and 90s time period. Vennela ( Sai Pallavi) a girl from a small village gets impressed with the revolutionary novels written by Naxalite leader Ravanna( Rana Daggubati). Eventually, Vennela comes to know that she is in love with Ravanna and decides to run away from home and meet him. In the process, Vennela goes through many hurdles and finally meets Ravanna. Soon after expressing her love, will Ravanna accept Vennela’s love proposal? How will Vennela sustain along with Naxalites in this intense drama, forms the key aspect of the film.
Undoubtedly, Sai Pallavi is the biggest asset of the film as she literally lived in the given character and impresses with her commandable acting.
Coming to Rana Daggubati he did cent percent justice to his character as a Naxalite leader. Rana’s physical appearance and dialogue delivery bring realistic texture to this serious drama.
Other artists such as Zarina Wahab, Priyamani, Naveen Chandra, Eshwari Rao, Sai Chand, Nandita Das, Rahul Ramakrishna, Banerjee among others did their supporting roles quite effectively.
Music by Suresh Bobbili is good and his background score is one of the highlights of the movie. All the songs are situational and passable on screen.
The Cinematography work by Dani Sanchez-Lopez and Divakar Mani is outstanding as they captured the forest locations nicely in this rustic drama. Editing work by A Sreekar Prasad is fine.
Production values for this medium-budget film are good and so is the case with the production design work.
Venu Udugula did a nice job as the director and screenwriter. While his meaningful revolutionary dialogues are thought-provoking, Venu’s narrative is straight to the point without any diversions.
In an overview, Virata Parvam is a love drama set in the Naxalism backdrop. The performances of the lead artists and music are a major advantage for the film. On the other hand, though Venu Udugula did his part perfectly, the point narrated might not get universal approval as many in this current generation are unaware of Naxalism and its impact on society.
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