Harish Shankar bagged an opportunity to direct Young Tiger NT Rama Rao for a film by Dil Raju, soon after the Gabbar Singh proved a Blockbuster. He had promised NTR that he would show him in a most fascinating manner, which his fans want to look at him in the film Ramayya Vastavayya (RV). He penned a story, which is a routine revenge drama, but the way he narrated on screen is somewhat different.
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Nandu (Junior NTR) lives in a village called Adityapuram and Ammulu (Shruti Hassan) is his sweetheart (lover). In the village, three crooked people - Home Minister Umapati (Kota Srinivasa Rao), his son Bhikshapati (Ravishankar of Arundhati fame) and Nagabhushanam (Mukhesh Rushi), plan to grab a land that was very fertile. They resort to lot of bloodshed and finally grab the land and share among themselves.
In that process, Nandu loses Ammulu and his near and dear ones. Later, Nandu shifts to Hyderabad. Being alone, as a college student, he lives a simple and happy life. One day, he comes across Akshara (Samantha), who stays with her grandmother Baby Shalini (Rohini Hattangadi). Nandu makes every effort to grab her attention and gives his heart to her and gets her in reciprocation. Their friendship and love go to such an extent that Nandu had become one of their family members.
Akarsha tells Nandu about her cousin's engagement and also invites him to the marriage. Nandu goes there and hacks almost all the male family members there. Police officer Avinash (Rao Ramesh), who is investigating the case, finds that Nandu is behind those killings. What does he do? What happens to the love affair between Akarsha and Nandu? The rest of the movie answers these questions.
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