Vinaya Vidheya Rama trailer: Ram Charan, Vivek Oberoi are all-guns-blazing in this high-octane action entertainer
Vinaya Vidheya Rama trailer is a high-octane action entertainer replete with intense dialogues and family drama.
The trailer of Ram Charan's commercial entertainer Vinaya Vidheya Rama has been dropped, and it is high-octane drama replete with elaborate action-sequences.
Wowww... This looks so damn good... Trailer of Ram Charan and director Boyapati Sreenu’s first collaboration #VinayaVidheyaRama... Costars Kiara Advani and Vivek Oberoi... #VVRTrailer [with English subtitles]: https://t.co/iTbmzMtDQm pic.twitter.com/SECsT0Qrh1
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 27, 2018
The Boyapati Sreenu directorial showcases Charan as a bare-bodied, tattooed protagonist brandishing swords, riding horses and mouthing intense dialogues even as Vivek Oberoi's silent anti-hero sets on a path of carnage to bring about destruction. Ram Konidela (played by Charan) is a righteous young man, who is fierce and brave even in the face of great adversity.
The film also stars Kiara Advani in the lead, who made her Telugu debut earlier this year with Bharat Ane Nenu.
The cast and crew shot extensively for the film in Hyderabad, Bangkok and Europe. Speaking to Firstpost regarding the action sequences, producer Danayya said, “Boyapati is known for his commercial action episodes and the one we’re shooting now will appeal to Ram Charan’s fans. Nearly 500 bodybuilders will be seen in this action scene.”
Produced by DVV Danayya under the DVV Entertainments banner, the action entertainer has music by Devi Sri Prasad. The movie is slated for a 11 January release, clashing with Tamil releases Rajinikanth-starrer Petta and Ajith-starrer Viswasam at the box office.
Watch the trailer here.
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