NRI Krishna returns to his village with his wife and child to work for the upliftment of the village folk. However, when the family, along with his old father is on its way home with the money, fellow villager PR (Prakash Raj) backstabs the family, murders everyone in cold blood and runs away with the money leaving his wife and son behind. Later, PR, along with his best friend and partner Sheshu head a huge business empire that is involved in all kinds of nefarious activities.
Kranti, a enterprising and philanthropic young man, uses his extraordinary power and fighting skills to get into the gang of PR to earn money for his orphanage, where he grew up (he was orphaned at a very young age). Kranti (jr. NTR) falls in love with Varalakshmi (Hansika Motwani) who is such a lucky girl that she wins a foreign trip, a house and household gadgets for her family. Varalakshmi initially does not like Kranti.
An ambitious Kranti, meanwhile rises up pretty fast in life and meets PR in Hong Kong. The question remains, what is the true relationship between Kranti and PR? Will Kranti succeed in fulfilling all his ambitions, while also winning over the love of his life?
Did you know? Special attention was given to Jr NTR's look and costumes in the movie. For the new look, a photo shoot was done and costumes were procured ensuring that each costume cost less than 1500 rupees. Deepa designed the costumes and they were readied even before the shooting for the movie began. Read More
The producer did not pay heed to cost and gave the director the option to shoot in any country in the world. Hong Kong and Singapore were chosen over Dubai, despite costing them an extra 6 million.
Special attention was given to Jr NTR's look and costumes in the movie. For the new look, a photo shoot was done and costumes were procured ensuring that each costume cost less than 1500 rupees. Deepa designed the costumes and they were readied even before the shooting for the movie began.
This movie was dubbed in Hindi as 'Ek Aur Qayamat'.
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