Virata Parvam Movie Review

Release Date: June 17, 2022(Friday)

Cast: Rana Daggubati, Sai Pallavi, Nanditha Das, Priyamani, Devi Prasad, Anand Chakrapani, Rahul Ramakrishna

Producer: Sudhakar Cherukuri

Director: Venu Udugala

Cinematography: Divakar Mani and Dani Sanchez Lopez

Editor: Sreekar Prasad

Producer: Sudhakar Cherukuri

Virata Parvam is the most Hype-created movie for a long time. Earlier, this film was planned to be released theatrically on 30th April 2021. Later, it was postponed due to the second wave of COVID-19. After a gap of more than a year, the film has finally been released on big screens today. Let us see whether it lives up to the expectations or not. Here is the detailed information on the Virata Parvam movie review.

Virata Parvam Movie Review

Synopsis:

The story has been set up in the Naxal Backdrop during the late 1970s. Vennela (Sai Pallavi) was born in a lower caste family during the Naxal war. She falls in love with a Naxalite named Ravanna (Rana Daggubati) for his poetry without even seeing him.

Ravanna’s written poetry creates a revolution in such a way that Vennela decides to leave her home after her family decides to fix her marriage with her brother-in-law and find Ravanna in her journey. Things get interesting when she meets Ravanna after facing many unexpected problems during her journey.

Who is Ravanna? How did Vennela meet Ravanna ? What problems did Vennela face in her life? Will Ravanna accept Vennela’s love? Did Vennela join the Naxal group along with Ravanna? What happened to Ravanna and Vennela at the end? Where do Priyamani, Nandita Das, and other characters feature in this story? To know the answers to these questions watch this movie on big screens with the best cinematic experience.

Plus Points:

  • Excellent effort by the makers for coming up with such high content.
  • Rana after Baahubali has been very keen on excellent story selections. The way he transforms into different roles in his recent movies is appreciatable.
  • Rana’s superb performance as Ravanna during the second half is the backbone of the film.
  • Sai Pallavi’s solid performance takes the movie to the next level. She performs her dual shades of the role quite effectively.
  • Priyamani is impressive in her role as Comrade Bharathakka. Recently, Priyamani is doing only a few films, being very selective about doing good content-oriented films. After her excellent performance in movies like Paruthiveeran and the web series The Family Man, Priyamani as a comrade gives a stunning performance in Virata Parvam.
  • Emotional Scenes have been handled quite well.
  • Action sequences and suspense scenes deserve special applause.
  • Excellent camera work and cinematography by Dani Sanchez-Lopez(American cinematographer, who also worked for Telugu Biopic Film: Mahaanati) and Divakar Mani.
  • The Climax of this movie is very emotional.
  • Music Director Suresh Bobbili has given an excellent background score which gives many goosebumps moments and elevates every scene of this movie.
  • Director Venu Udugala has done a superb job in this film. His story writing and the way he executed his story with a proper narration deserve notable appreciation. He has worked on each and every aspect of this movie.

Minus Points:

  • The Second half of the film slows down a bit.
  • Rana does not get enough screen presence during the first half. It is only in the second half that his role elevates.
  • Before watching this film, it is mandatory to know that it is not for the audience who expects romance, comedy, and all other commercial elements in a movie.
  • The editing of this movie is good, but some repetitive scenes of the Naxal backdrop make the audience feel bored sometimes.
  • Though Climax is emotional, adding more details could have made the movie and climax gripping.
  • Sai Pallavi’s role did not meet the high expectations in Climax.

Overall Review:

Finally, Virata Parvam is an Indian revolutionary Drama that has many emotions and excellent action sequences. The second half becomes slightly slow and predictable at times. But the stunning performance of Rana and Sai Pallavi keeps the audience engaged throughout the movie. As this film is based on a serious concept it might not be acceptable to a certain audience. But for people who wish to watch a different content-oriented movie, Virata Parvam is definitely worth watching in Theatres for its punching attempt and realistic narration.

Let us Hope that Sai Pallavi’s recent controversial statement, doesn’t affect the Film.

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