Katha Screenplay Darsakatvam Appalaraju

(U/A) (2011)

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18 Feb 2011
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Katha Screenplay Darsakatvam Appalaraju Review


As one of the dialogues in the film indicates that Varma is a stupid director, the film brought by Ram Gopal Varma has made a mockery of film-making by keeping dozens of characters in the film only to display the problems that would be faced by debutant directors and how different circumstances change a film, which was supposed to have delicate emotions and tragedy climax, come out as a comedy entertainer.

Those who had intimacy and touch with the film industry only could understand the film, but not the regular audiences. It ends up as a boring and nagging film, which makes the audiences curse the director for bringing out a film in a very poor way.

Story: Appalaraju (Sunil) is a film lover and he watches films regularly at Rambha Theatre in Amalapuram in a critical way and wonders why the directors are bringing out such films and his life ambition is to direct a film better than all the established directors. He leaves for Hyderabad and stays in his friend’s (Satyam Rajesh) house, with his script titled ‘Nayaki’. His friend takes him to an audio release function, where he meets a producer called Rakhee (Raghubabu).

He and his creative head Pushpanand (Harshavardhan) read the script and suggest some changes. But Appalaraju does not agree to change even a single word in it. Then Rakhee suggests Appalaraju to convince the top heroine of the film industry Kanishka (Sakshi Gulati) as her nod would help them fetch financiers.

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