Within less than 24 hours, the much-awaited 'Virataparvam' will be hitting the screens. The countless interviews to media channels, attending game shows and organizing multiple pre-release events have raised the expectations massively on the film. The trailer looked very intense and poetic. The movie already received a lot of praise from industry people and everyone is waiting for the audience's opinion on Friday.
The team released the first four minutes of the movie on Youtube. It is titled as 'The Birth Of Vennela'. As we know, Sai Pallavi plays the role of Vennela in this movie and the story reportedly revolves around her character. This video showcases under what circumstances Vennela came on this planet. In the midst of huge rainfall, a pregnant woman is being taken to the hospital on a tractor.
In the middle of the road, Naxalites and the Police start an open fire and it is chaos everywhere. Nivetha Pethuraj who played a special role in this flick is seen as a Naxalite who hears the pregnant lady suffering from pains. She enters the tractor and delivers the baby safely as she is a trainer doctor. She names the newly born Vennela and immediately gets shot in the head while she chants 'Laal Salaam' which is a famous Slogan of Naxals.
The entire sequence has been picturized brilliantly. The intensity in which it was narrated and the touching emotions that were showcased really impresses the viewers. Hope the same emotion and brilliance continue throughout the course of this film.
Rana plays the role of Comrade Ravanna in this movie which is inspired by the true events of the 1990s. He writes poetry in this film and his pen name is Aranya. Sai Pallavi plays the role of Vennela who is a big admirer of Ravanna's poetry. The film also has an amazing star cast comprising Priyamani, Nanditha Das, Naveen Chandra, Zareena Wahab, Eswari Rao, Sai Chand, Benarji, Nagineedu, Rahul Ramakrishna, Devi Prasad and others.
Dani Sanchez Lopez is the cinematographer along with Divakar Mani. Suresh Bobbili scored the music and Raju Sundaram is the choreographer while Stephen Richard along with Peter Hein composed the fights. Produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri and Suresh Babu, Venu Udugula made this film with a Naxalite backdrop.