There were lots of hype in the media about Nagavalli, the sequel of Chandramukhi and remake of Kannada blockbuster Aapta Rakshaka. Director P Vasu, who choose to remake the film failed to convince Rajinikanth for the sequel and Venkatesh grabbed the opportunity. However, while watching the film, one would get the feel of watching the remake of Chandramukhi with Venkatesh and nothing more. At the same time he has excelled in a negative role in an old man get-up, besides a psychiatrist’s role. Read on for Nagavalli Review.
Shankar Rao (Saratbabu) finds a boy for her second daughter Gowri (Richa).But, the bridegroom runs away after a shocking incident and then Shankar, along with his wife (Prabha) meets Ramachandra Siddhanti (Avinash), who in turn invites Dr Vijay (Venkatesh) to deal with the situation. Dr Vijay is the student of Eswar (Rajinikanth).
Siddhanti realises that the reason behind the unforeseen incidents that are happening is due to a portrait of Chandramukhi and he finds that Eswar, though drove away Chandramukhi from Ganga (Jyothika) few years ago. Chandramukhi did not leave the world and remained in the form of portrait and moves in the form of a snake. He believes that Chandramukhi caught one among the daughters of Shankar Rao. However, he did not reveal that his first daughter Gayatri (Kamalini Mukherjee) is living in a mentally-challenged condition.