The sequel carries forward the tale of power and revenge which exploded in Rakht Charitra 1. The rebel leader turned politician, Pratap consolidates his political base but is forced to retread the path of vengeance once again after a rival from the past, Surya Narayan Reddy chooses to avenge the assassination of his family. Surya swears vengeance against Pratap after his family is wiped out in a bomb attack and Pratap is hell bent on decimating his enemy, even if it means separating ways with his mentor and political veteran, Shivaji.
Inspired from real life, this fiery crime thriller depicts the phenomenal rise to power of Paritala Ravi from Andhra Pradesh, a powerful killer. When a man's father and elder brother are murdered in cold blood due to the fatal mixture of caste, crime, jealousy and dirty politics, a fearless young man who has been kept away from his family's violent lifestyle, is left with no choice but to get into the fray. He hides in the forest and begins clinically exacting revenge upon those responsible for the death of his family members. Will he be successful in his mission? How will his future unfold?
Maro Charitra is a 2010 Telugu film, which is an adaptation of the 1978 film of the same name. The film stars Varun Sandesh and newcomer Anita in the lead roles. The film is produced by Dil Raju and directed by Ravi Yadav, Story by K. Bala Chandar, Dialogues by Umarji Anuradha, cinematography by Ravi Yadav of 2008 Hindi film Race.Music is composed by Mickey J Meyer and background score is composed by Thaman. The film released on 25 March 2010. The trailer released recently got a huge response. The film received negative feedback and was a flop at the box office.
Story about two siblings who get separated by villains to get property. Their kids fall in love and solve the murder of the hero's father and clear his uncle of all wrong doings.
The story revolves around a Telugu girl and Tamil boy who fall in love. Their families interfere and ask them to stay away from each other for a whole year which results in a tragic end.
Hoichoi Originals presents “Charitraheen”, based on the novel by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, with the twists and turns being much in sync with today’s world.