Virata Parvam Movie Review: Sai Pallavi steals the show

Virata Parvam Movie Review: Sai Pallavi steals the show

Virata Parvam is a movie that’s been in making for a while since. The film that stars Rana with Saipallavi has been released on the screen today and we’ll see how is the film.

Cast: Rana Daggubati, Sai Pallavi, Priyamani, Nanditha Das, Rahul Ramakrishna, Devi Prasad, Anand Chakrapani, and others

Director: Venu Udugula


Vennela (Sai Pallavi) is a girl, who will go to the extreme to obtain what she desires. She falls in love with Naxal leader, Aranya/Ravanna (Rana Daggubati) after having read the novel written by him. She leaves her home and embarks on a challenging journey to find Ravanna. The rest revolves around how she meets Ravanna in the end, and how she will deal with her love in the final.

Virata Parvam Movie Review: Sai Pallavi steals the show
Virata Parvam Movie Review: Sai Pallavi steals the show

Cast Performance:

Sai Pallavi and Rana Daggubati excelled in Virata Parvam, especially Pallavi has given a career-best performance. There are two distinct shades of her character. The first is of a woman who will go to any length to achieve her goals and the other is an emotional aspect. The first segment is the majority of the movie. Sai Pallavi nailed it easily, 

Rana Daggubati is always an excellent actor. His character is comparatively small. In the majority of the story, the actor is in a serious manner like what you would expect from a character. He adds a lot of authenticity to the Naxal character. 

In the last part, we see him balance the two. We witness a rebel in an emotional situation. The task is to reveal the shades of both and he manages to pull it off extremely efficiently. Priyamani as well as Naveen Chandra are Naxals in the Rana camp. They have limited roles, and perform what they are expected to do. Nandita Das’s performance as a teacher has been good. Sai Chand and Eshwari Rao are lovely as parents.

Rahul Ramakrishna shines in a sequence in a tiny role. Nivetha Pethuraj does okay in a brief cameo. The other characters are decent.


Venu Udugula chooses his love story with a backdrop of the Naxal movement to form the plot in the film Virata Parvam.  When it comes to the story, there’s the Naxal movement. There is a love story. Both tracks were involved. The Naxal movement is on the decline in the present society, and its ideology is largely forgotten. It is crucial that the director clearly explain why a girl is so enthralled with Naxal, only through his books.

Although it’s a historical film, it is important to keep the viewers engaged. However, Venu Udugula was not successful in this regard. The beginning of this film is about Vennela becoming a lover and pursuing Ravanna. The search for Ravanna is endless and the motivation behind the love affair is not that exciting. The portions are also excruciatingly long. In the end, we are feeling that the first half is dull. The pace improves prior to the break. The second period picks off slow.

Vennela decides to make a drastic choice to make a radical choice for Ravanna. The portions she chooses to use are not convincing enough. Then, she’s showing a liking for the Naxal concept and the whole thing is done in a flash. The audience is exhausted by this moment. The director returns just as the action begins. There are three solid emotional blocks prior to the finale, which works. Each of the three scenes is predictable, but the performers and the background score work. The scenes produce do and take viewers away from the theater with just a tinge of a positive vibe. 

Virata Parvam is not without moments of glory, but they’re a bit late. You can watch the film to see excellent performances and emotional moments, but do it to wait.

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Crew Work:

Venu Udugula The writer has conducted exhaustive research into the Naxal movement and the story of Sarala. The actual event has been softened slightly. It is possible that he isn’t certain if it is the Telugu audience is prepared to take on such grueling content. It

Suresh Bobbili’s music is excellent and the background music is the main focus of Virata Parvam. The BGM makes the film a lot more exciting massively. The cinematography and design are both flawless. The directors deserve praise for taking on an action film with a subject such as this. There are some issues with running time that should have been addressed in the beginning.


Sai Pallavi- Rana Performance,

Suresh Bobbili’s Background Score,

Emotional scenes


Naxal concept



Overall, Virataparvam is a groundbreaking drama that is filled with emotion and drama in the right proportion. The second half is a little boring and monotonous, however, the performances keep you interested. The film’s style is complex and original, it is not for everyone to connect with the film immediately. However, Rana and Sai Pallavi ensure they are ensuring that Virata Parvam is worthy of watching due to its sincere effort and wise narration. Go for it.

Moviezupp Rating: 3.5/5



Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.