Everyone knows the story of Virataparvam. Everyone knows who this moon is in real life. The simple story is familiar to everyone. Turned into that straight moon .. tried to tell this story very clearly and honestly in his own style. The story of Virataparvam takes place in the 1990s. Moonlight (Sai Pallavi) is influenced by the writings of Comrade Aranya alias Ravanna (Rana). Nurtures love. The love of the moon grows on the forest just as the love of Mirabai on Krishna grows. However, the police are also on high alert to nab Ravanna, the leader of the army. At such times, even the moon leaves the house and wanders around for Ravanna. Ravanna takes unbearable hardships to reach. Eventually joins the army. However, it is known that there were coverts in the army at that time. Eventually suspicion falls on the moons. The moons are ended by the troopers. The same Virataparvam story.
There are many actors in the story of Virataparvam. There are many characters like Bharatakka (Priyamani), Raghanna (Naveen Chandra), Shakuntala (Nandita Das). But all eyes are on Sai Pallavi, who plays the moon. After that everyone’s interest in Rana’s role as Ravanna will increase. Sai Pallavi played the role of the moon wonderfully. Tears in some scenes. The whistle blows during the longer action sequence. So Sai Pallavi seems to have completely occupied the screen. Rana also impresses everyone with his food. Ravanna impresses as a commander in character. Rana’s acting and solemn rhetoric further elevated the character. The rest of the cast like Ishwarirao, Sai Chand, Rahul Ramakrishna, Banerjee, Niveda Pethuraj all acted in their respective roles.
When it was learned that Virat Parvam was screened based on a real incident .. after realizing that the character of the moon was not someone else .. the incident that took place today came to the screen once again. News of the linear tragedy of the day has once again become the talk of the town. But everyone knows that the Naxalites killed Sarala. Everyone is interested in the angle from which the director shows the story of Virat Parvam .. how he justifies the murder .. how he shows it .. who is wrong .. who is right ..
However, director Venu portrayed the sensitive subject here in a very heartfelt and heart-warming way. Seems to have given proper justification. He brilliantly outlined the reasons that led to the suspicion that the troopers had killed the covert with suspicion, and the events that led to the suspicion. He went on to say that the troopers had to do so as part of a trap set by the police. Whose fault is it? Who is the confessor .. Who is this sin, he said what he wanted to say with the tragic song at the end. Feels like the audience is left to their own devices.
However, Venu Udugula seems to have taken the film in great detail to make it accessible to everyone. Scattered scenes seem to be a bit repetitive, it just seems to revolve around that. But nowhere does it get bored. Sai Pallavi’s character does not get bored. So with the character of the moon he takes the story forward in a very interesting way. It becomes as close as his love .. but in the meanwhile it goes away. The whole of the first half goes on as well.
The conflict between love and revolution in the second sense is impressive. Enters the lunar revolution with love. From there the story becomes interesting. The climax at the end will touch everyone’s hearts. As the director himself is the writer, the words written in line with the story touch many hearts. Is love a disorder? The conversation that ensues is inspiring.
Two days in life are important .. The day we are born .. The day we know why we are born The dialogue feels great. So many words in this story are so ingrained in the mind. The director showed that the current situation in Telangana was blindfolded. He showed the police force and the impact of the Naxalites. The director was blindsided by the massacre in the name of Anna. Showed how fake encounters can be.
Virataparvam looks technically superior. Suresh Bobbili’s songs, folk songs and background music are all touching. Suresh Bobbili provided an excellent background score for the role of Rana. And the camera work is dazzling. Screening in natural locations, as well as shooting naturally, makes that feel appear on the screen. Editing and film production values are at a high level.
All in all, as the director himself said .. he screened an honest story .. just as honestly. Pure love story .. just as pure screenplay. Virataparvam is a great love poem. I am bringing Virataparvam to the audience as a great epic, said the director. And showed. Showed a pure love story through the character of the moon.
Finally: Virataparvam .. A beautiful love poem