In 1609 AD, Mitravinda, a princess, and Kala Bhairava, the warrior that she loved, die. 400 years later, the warrior is reincarnated as Harsha, a motorcycle stuntman. He brushes hands with a girl and sparks fly as he begins to recall his past life. Knowing that he is destined to love this young woman, he sets about trying to identify her. Indu does not remember her past life and keeps Harsha at a distance; playing tricks on him until she gets to know him better. However, just as the two begin to fall in love, a sinister force from their shared past returns! Written by
"This is our movie-our Telugu movie. This is our pride. This is the creation happened with the cognizance of our Telugu director" would be the feel of every Telugu film lover while watching this film.
Words wouldn't suffice to explain the experience of technical extravaganza depicted in this film. It's just spellbinding. The range of Telugu film has gone to a higher plane with this film. The maker Rajamouli and producer Aravind should be appreciated unconditionally. And kudos would go to the technical team that has kept its brilliance to make this movie a wonder.
Keeping the first 44 minutes away the rest of the movie arrests the audiences completely. The first 44 minutes would literally keep the pulse of audiences down and confused.
The real tempo starts as soon as the completion of the song 'Naakosam Nuvvu' The momentum develops with the first horse riding scene of Ram Charan chasing a bus. The interval scene hooks the audiences with lot of enthusiasm for sure. And the audiences can never turn their head and blink eye lid from then till climax.
And the audiences come out from theater with the experience of a roller-coaster ride, with the sound reverberating in hearts, with a heavy hangover of watching a new facet of Telugu cinema.
The film proves to a historical one with respect to patronage of audiences of all classes.
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