The trailer of long delayed film Virata Parvam, written and directed by Venu Udugula, is out this Sunday and it gives a sneak peek into the love story between a naxalite leader and a village girl amidst a guerrilla warfare.
The trailer showcases that the basic story of Virata Parvam is inspired by true events and set in the backdrop of Telangana in the 1990s.
Sai Pallavi is introduced as Vennela, a spirited and determined village belle who falls for the thought provoking book Aranya penned by naxalite leader Ravanna played by Rana Daggubati. She aspires to meet him one day and in the later portions of the trailer, she even takes up the mantle of comrade and joins his troop.
Rana Daggubati plays an intense role as naxalite leader and heads the guerrilla warfare against the oppressive attitude of the rulers.
The effective and pulsating background score rendered by Suresh Bobbili and the cinematography by Dani Sanchez – Lopez and Divakar Mani simply takes the trailer to the next level due to its intensity. Director Venu Udugula seems to have penned an impactful love story with the backdrop of naxalism.
The trailer manages to capture the attention of viewers for its gripping visuals and intriguing narration. The film is slated for release on June 17th.