In fact, Ram Charan is an NRI boy brought up by her mother alone, and on a fine day reaches his native village in East Godavari, where his father, babai and grandfather live. Just before Charan’s arrival at the ancestral home, his father, father’s brothers and grandfather indulge in a spat and get separated. Now the whole movie is all about how Charan unites his family, relatives and father-mother. From Kalisundaam Ra to Ninne Pelladutha we have teen umpteen such stories, and that is what disappoints mega fans now.
But cine analysts feel that such regular stories are always doing wonders for Ram Charan. Looking at his Racha and Nayak, it is very clear that Charan needs thumping screenplay, good comedy dose and striking entertainment factors rather a superb story with twists and turns. First of all, is this the real story of Govindudu Andarivadele?