Artiste, writer, director and producer R Narayana Murthy is known for bringing out revolutionary films highlighting the travails of the poor and downtrodden. Keeping in view, the separate Telangana agitation, he planned to bring out a film on the armed struggle of the farmers during the Nizam rule and penned a decent story with the help of the historians of the Telangana.
Several revolutionary writers and Praja Kavulu helped him to bring out a decent movie on this front. However, the film is like a documentary with Telangana region’s most popular songs in certain intervals. Read on for Veera Telangana review.
Story: Yadagiri (R Narayana Murthy) is a working under local landlord (Vijayaranga Raju). That landlord used to harass the people of the village and treat every village as a bonded labour to him. He usurps the properties of the people and amasses huge wealth and commands the entire village.
Even he doesn’t allow the children to go to school and become literate and makes them to work in his backyard. At this juncture, Andhra Maha Sabha emerges from the Communist Party of India and the leaders gives a call to the people to revolt against the landlord and also against the Nizam.