Movie title : Bava
Release Date : October 29, 2010
Cast: Siddharth (as the notty son of Rajendra Prasad), Pranitha, Bramanandam, Aahuti Prasad, Rajendra Prasad (as father), Nazar, Ali, Raghubabu, Surekha Vani, Samrat Reddy, Master Sajjan, Master Bharat, Rajitha
Music : Chakri
Editor : KV Krishna Reddy
Dialouges : Aravind Krishna
Screenplay :Ram Babu
Lyrics: Bhaskara Bhatla, Venigalla Rambabu, Vanamali and Chandrabose
Direction : Ram Babu
Producer : ML Kumar Choudary
Banner : Sri Keerti Combines
Plot / Movie Story / Movie Review
The metropolis naughty urbane young boy now appears in rural India. Yes. Siddharth, though following his trend of being a naughty boy, now appears in a village backdrop film - Bava. Bava is a family entertainer, a romantic comedy, and is similar to many other old tollywood films that feature village life.
The movie begins with the whole village taking Siddharth taking him to the Railway Station and getting Veerababu (played by Siddharth) to the train on the pretext of having him study some advanced agricultural techniques. The villagers actual intention though was to atleast temporarily get rid of Veerababu from the village. The train barely starts to move and Rajendra Prasad and his son Veerababu jumps off the train. Rajendra Prasad explains to the villagers that his son is naughty but is actually useful to the village. Tired villagers leave the place having nothing to do while the mischievous acts of Veerababu (along with his father) continue at home too.
Veerababu falls in love-at-first-sight to Varalakshmi (played by Pranitha). Varalakshmi gets to know that Veerababu is her childhood friend and then falls in love with him.
Like in other typical movies, Varalakshmi's father objects to the marriage and even gets ready to get her married to the son of the neighboring village head. The rest of the story lies in how Veerababu finally convinces his father-in-law and marries Varalakshmi.
- Audio of the movie is released in mid-October 2010.
- This is the first movie for Ram Babu as a Director
- Some scenes of the movie are shot at Palakollu
- The movie is released one week before Diwali
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Artists: MM. Keeravani
Lyrics: Ananth Sriram
- Naa Rama Chilaka
Lyrics: Bhaskar Batla
- Mila Milamani Suryo
Artists: Ranjith, Harini
- Nagara Nagara
Artists: Chakri, Geetha Madhuri
- Rudrudu Ramudu
- Baava Baava
Lyrics: Rama Jhogaya Sastry
Movies that are similar / related to Bava are:
- Jabardast - Movies in which Sid acted in mass roles.