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Directed by Trivikram Srinivas
Written by Trivikram Srinivas
Produced by S. Radha Krishna
N. T. Rama Rao Jr.
Cinematography P. S. Vinod
Edited by Naveen Nooli
Music by S. Thaman
Haarika & Hassine Creations
11 October 2018
Running time 162 minutes
Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava (transl. Veera Raghava along with Aravinda) is a 2018 Indian Telugu-language action drama film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas, and produced by S. Radha Krishna on Haarika & Hassine Creations banner. The film stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Pooja Hegde, Eesha Rebba, and Jagapathi Babu while Sunil, Naveen Chandra and Supriya Pathak play supporting roles. The film features score and soundtrack composed by S. Thaman.
The film revolves around a young man whose life changes after engaging in a violent fight with henchmen from the rival village. He escapes to Hyderabad and decides to stay away from violence in order to bring peace between the two villages whose people have been constantly affected by the feud for 30 years.
The film was released theatrically on 11 October 2018. Following the positive critical reception, it became a commercial success. The film was dubbed and released in Tamil as Idhu Ennoda Jilla
A 30-year-long war between two rival faction groups from two villages—Kommaddi led by Narappa Reddy, and Nallagudi led by Basi Reddy—has been affecting the lives of people from both gangs. Narappa Reddy's son Veera Raghava Reddy, who was in London for 12 years, returns to the village. On his way home, he ends up losing his father in an attack by the opposition, following which he undergoes a violent transformation. He participates in the fight, murders Basi Reddy's gangsters, and stabs the latter himself, and everyone believes he has been murdered. Upon realizing that violence might not be the ultimate solution, he decides to leave for Hyderabad, hoping that the fights will reduce as the opposition will not have anyone to fight with. He goes to Hyderabad, befriends Neelambari, and circumstances force him into living with two women, Aravinda and Sunanda's family. Aravinda influences his beliefs and thoughts, and falls in love with Veera Raghava. Meanwhile, Basi Reddy is found alive, and orders his gang, headed by his son, Bala Reddy, to chase Veera Raghava.
Meanwhile, Veera Raghava helps Aravinda and Sunanda's younger brother, a schoolboy, in writing a story about violence, which is inspired by his own life. The story eventually gets published and seen by Basi Reddy, who realizes it to be similar to the life of Veera Raghava. Basi Reddy orders his henchmen to kidnap Aravinda and Sunanda's brother from his school. The henchmen attempt to kidnap Aravinda and Sunanda's brother but are stopped by Veera Raghava, who fights them off while making sure no one gets killed. He eventually learns from one of the gangsters that Basi Reddy is alive. Soon, Aravinda is kidnapped by Bala Reddy but rescued by Veera Raghava who threatens him on the phone. Later, he explains his past to Aravinda and Sunanda then he leaves for his village. Aravinda is intrigued and accompanied by Neelambari to Veera Raghava's village. They film a documentary about people
affected by the corruption caused by the organised crime groups, while Veera Raghava attends a meeting with Bala Reddy and some ministers. He tries to convince them to stop fighting, but eventually fights off the henchmen when Basi Reddy's son refuses to comply. Veera Raghava manages to emotionally convince him for the peace treaty, following which Basi Reddy murders Bala Reddy. Aravinda and Neelambari, who were staying at Basi Reddy's house since their car broke down, learn his truth and are held hostage.