Lord Rama's life is one of perfect adherence to dharma (righteousness) despite harsh tests of life and time. Sri Rama Rajyam movie explains how poet Valmiki, the author of the epic Ramayana...
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Jeetendra (Jagapati Babu) is a power hungry and cruel man from Rayalaseema to whom killing comes very easy. In the process, he commits a crime and learns about the most powerful and ... See full summary »
Lord Rama's life is one of perfect adherence to dharma (righteousness) despite harsh tests of life and time. Sri Rama Rajyam movie explains how poet Valmiki, the author of the epic Ramayana narrates the script in general. The movie further showcases the incidents in Lord Rama's life and how his journey goes on after he saves Sita from Raavana and also highlights the main principle's of Ramayama and Lord Rama i.e. How An Ideal Son, An Ideal Brother, An Ideal Husband and An Ideal Emperor should be. The film starts with the arrival of Rama and Sita to Ayodhya after vanquishing Ravan in Lanka. Rama is now the king of Ayodhya. Under his rule the people are happy and prosperous. Just when everything seems to be going fine, a comment by a washer man makes Rama to send Sita away into the forest. From here the real story of Sri Rama Rajyam begins. Sita is given shelter by Sage Valmiki. He keeps her identity a secret and looks after her as his own daughter. Sita gives birth to Lava and Kusha. ...Written by
I think it is a modern classic meant for modern generation
Yes, there were some flaws and inaccuracies in the story told by Bapu. Yet, it is a very genuine and excellent effort by the master craftsman Bapu to bring the mythological classic to the present day iphone wielding, ipad flashing and no-care attitude neo generation and it is an introduction to Ramayanam. Bapu specifically seems to have omitted 'Padyamulu" ( poems) keeping in view of the modern generation in view. However, I find this movie enthralling and captivating especially some emotional scenes like Rama seeing Seetha for the last time the night before sending her away to forest. The way he touches the saree and tries not to disturb her sleep, shows the emotional quotient of the movie excellent shown by Bapu. Similarly, the sitting posture of Seetha during vanavasam when lava and kusha were singing Ramayana is a straight scene from Bapu's bommala raamayanam. The title song "jagadananda kaarak" is very divine. I feel we can not compare this movie with original NTR's LavaKusha, however, it is a modern classic for modern generation.
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