Venu Udugula’s upcoming film, Virata Parvam has been in the making for quite sometime, and it’s shoot got delayed due to Rana’s health issues in the past, and then, Covid-19 disrupted the release plans. However, there’s a lot of anticipation surrounding the film, considering that it deals quite a lot about the impact of naxalism in the ‘90s in Telangana.
The director opened up quite a bit about the film during a recent interaction with movie buffs on an audio-only app, Clubhouse. Speaking during the interaction, Venu said, “Virata Parvam is an intense and emotional love story set in the ‘90s in Telangana. When you chose a time frame like that, there’s no way you can ignore the impact which naxalism had on the society. The film doesn’t try to glorify naxalism or even talk about what all happened during that phase in people’s lives in detail.”
He also stated that not many people in the current generation are aware of what had happened in the past in Telangana and the film will offer a sneak peek into the past. Rana Daggubati and Sai Pallavi have played the lead roles in the film, and it also stars Nandita Das in a key role.
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