Ahead of the theatrical release of 'Virata Parvam' on June 17, its trailer was released on Sunday evening. Rana Daggubati's Ravanna is deeply in love with Revolution. He believes love is nothing but a euphemism for betrayal in times of oppression. Sai Pallavi's Vennela is a fan of his poetry and seeks to bring harmony rather than bloodshed in company with Aranya (her name for Ravi). But, as her character reveal shows, she too takes to Naxalism. How all this ends in human life being saved is the crux of the story.
The Venu Udugula directorial has grey visuals by Dani Sanchez Lopez and Divakar Mani. Suresh Bobbili's BGM and Sri Nagendra's production design are looking deep in the trailer.
Sreekar Prasad's editing and Raju Sundaram's choreography will find a voice in the film. Stunts are by Richard Stephen and Peter Hein, who seem to have taken extra care of the climax action block.
While Priyamani is not prominent in the trailer, she has a principal role in the film. Nanditha Das, Naveen Chandra, Zareena Wahab (who says revolution is an act of love, albeit indirectly), and others have key parts.