What’s it about:
PVC is about a lot of things ranging from patriotism, terrorism, corruption, social service, regionalism and everything else beyond it. It starts off with a clip from the NTR starrer “Bobbili Puli” with NTR blessing a pregnant Jayasudha with a son who will make the country proud by joining the army. Much to the dismay of his patriotic mother, the son grows up to be the popular movie superstar Chakradhar. The first half is centered on Chakradhar and his various roles while his self-confessed fan (Sheela) does her song-and-dance routine with him in her fantasies. Enter Murali Mohan as an army captain, who takes him to Himachal Pradesh, where he gets to hear the flashback of the hyper-patriotic Major Jaisimha. The flashback introduces the assorted villains comprising of the corrupt minister, the “nava qaida” terrorist and an army brigadier who successfully frame the Major as a traitor. For a good measure, Dasari also throws in Razia Sultana (Neha Dhupia), a terrorist who is as comfortable in a bikini as in a leather suit. Since the disgraced Major Jaisimha is in a coma after the injuries sustained in a rescue mission, Chakradhar has his task cut where he needs to step into the Major’s shoes to complete the mission and clear his name. How he goes about executing this mission as well as punishing the villains is what the last twenty minutes is all about. As expected, the villains are routed and the major is recommended for a ParamVeer Chakra while Balakrishna gets to deliver a lengthy speech on the ills plaguing the nation before end credits start rolling.