vinaya vidheya rama

The Tamil film Vinaya Vidheya Rama is about five orphans brought up by a medical doctor. Ram Charan gives up his schooling to take care of his extended family and also protects his brothers. In the process of protecting his brothers, he often rubs against the bad guys. In the film, he meets Bhuvan Kumar, an election officer in Bihar, and Raja bhai, a brooding don.

Vivek Boyapati

After Rangasthalam, the star has been tipped to return with another big blockbuster with Vinaya Vidheya Rama. The actor received acclaim for his performance, so this upcoming movie could be a testament to his star power. The release date of Vinaya Vidheya Rama is yet to be announced, but it is expected to hit theaters during Sankranthi 2019.

Among all the cast members, Vivek Oberoi gets special praise from the director. He plays the role of a don named Raja Bhai, and is making his Telugu debut after a nine-year absence. Vivek Oberoi’s character will face off against Ram Charan, which will be a tense encounter in the theatres.

The director of Vinaya Vidheya Rama, Vivek Boyapati, has been pushing the limits of machismo in recent films. This film is filled with festival vibes, and Ram Charan and Boyapati Sreenu have worked together for several years. But, it’s not until this film that we see how the two actors gel.

The film opens with a flashback to Gayatri’s childhood when Ram accidentally kills a powerful dictator in Bihar. He then awakens to find himself in the dream of her ancestor, Raja Bhai. After the fight, he learns of his father’s violent crime-lord. But, after he kills him, he must save the innocent girls by taking revenge on the violent crime lord.

Vivek Oberoi

Nepotism in the film industry is a controversial topic these days, and a recent controversy involving Vivek Oberoi, who played a villain in the movie Vinaya Vidheya Ram, has only added fuel to the fire. Vivek Oberoi responded by saying that it was unfair to compare him with veteran actors who were hired because of their kinship.

After a successful stint in Rangasthalam, Ram Charan is back with Vinaya Vidheya, an action film in Telugu. In Vinaya Vidheya Rama, he plays the name-sake of a charismatic young man who’s out to eliminate the corrupt dictator of Bihar. But his character is not what he seems, and his ego is hurt by the fact that he’s deaf.

The film has many flaws. It’s a more carved succession than you might expect from a family action movie. The most significant flaw is the presence of Boyapati Srinu, who plays Kiara’s mom and a lobbyist, who has his own interests outside of the movie. But the likable gang’s pranks are enough to make this film worth a watch.

The film’s premise is an old tale, and the film is based on a true story. In the film, a violent crime lord is out to get Ram, and his sister must help her defeat him. The climax is when Ram – a devoted father – kills the dictator and saves Bihar from destruction. A flashback to Gayatri’s past reveals that Raja Bhai is not a hero but a villain of the democracy.

Vivek Charan

The upcoming Telugu film “Ram Charan: The Conclusion” is directed by Vivek Chachan. Earlier, he has worked with Dhanush in Vinaya Vidheya Rama (2019). Vivek is a screenwriter and popular song writer. This film will release in Telugu and Tamil in 2022. He is also working on the screenplay. Despite his hectic schedule, he still manages to find time to teach students.

Sneha Advani

The upcoming Telugu film Vinaya Vidheya Rama stars superstar Ram Charan and Kiara Advani. The movie is directed by Boyapati Sreenu and features Kiara Advani, Vivek Oberoi and Ram Charan. Devi Sri Prasad is the composer for the movie. The film revolves around a young man named Konidela Ram Charan, who sets out to destroy a dictator in Bihar.

Although the storyline is thin and the visuals are boring, this film is a must-watch for any fan of Ram Charan. It is also a rare tamil film to feature two cinematographers. However, Sneha Advani and Prashanth give a good performance, which justifies the film’s popularity. However, the film is not without flaws.