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  • Heart touching Promo ‘The Birth of Vennela’ from ‘Virata Parvam’. Don’t miss it

    The film ‘Virata Parvam,’ starring Rana and Sai Pallavi, will be released in theatres tomorrow. Venu Udugula wrote and directed this monthly action drama. The trailer and songs received a tremendous amount of attention from the general public. The pre-release event, which featured a large guest lineup, was also a big success.

    The ‘Virata Parvam’ team has released a promotional video of the birth of the lead character Vennela (Sai Pallavi). The video is a complete work of art by director Venu Udugula, who has poured his heart and soul into it over the years. The video begins with a tractor transporting a pregnant woman who is in labor. As the tractor enters the jungle, a shooting battle breaks out between the naxalites and the police. When the husband of the pregnant woman learns that they are in danger, he becomes concerned and hopeless. A naxalite squad sharpshooter (Nivetha Pethuraj) hears the pregnant woman’s cries and helps her give birth to a girl. Overwhelmed by her generosity, the newly born father approaches the person who assisted them in naming her. After seeing the full moon, the woman (Nivetha Pethuraj) names her newborn “Vennela.” Then, much to everyone’s surprise, something unexpected occurs. To learn more about the incident, watch the video.

    The video has received heartfelt reviews from film critics. With this fantastic promotional video, the anticipation for this film has skyrocketed.

    Virata Parvam is based on the true story of a Warangal woman who persevered in the face of adversity. The film is an upbeat story about hope, courage, and perseverance. The film was inspired by and is based on true events from the 1990s. Rana will be portrayed as Comrade Ravanna, and Sai Pallavi as his admirer Vennala. Suresh Productions produced the film, which was directed by Venu Udugala.