The theatrical debuts of two intriguing films, Spy and Samajavaragamana, occurred this week. Along with recently re-released films like Tholiprema and Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi by Pawan Kalyan, these two medium-budget flicks are doing well in theatres. If we want to go over the top, the weekend movie recommendation for your family should be the emotional rollercoaster that is the Vimanam movie.
The movie Vimanam is currently streaming on ZEE5, and it’s worth checking out this weekend. The mind-blowing performance by renowned actor, author, and director Samudrakani, which is ably accompanied by a heartwarming performance by Master Dhruvan, will melt the hearts of the viewers.
Even though Vimanam had gotten favorable reviews from reviewers before its theatrical debut, the movie’s box office performance fell short of expectations. Samuthirakani portrayed the father, who is disabled, in the lead role. As his son, Master Dhruvan, performed. Rajendran, Dhanraj, Rahul Ramakrishna, and Anasuya Bharadwaj all had significant roles in the Siva Prasad Yanala-directed film.
ZEE Studios and Kiran Korrapati (Kiran Korrapati Creative Works) co-produced the movie. At the moment, Zee5, one of the well-known OTT channels, is broadcasting Vimanam.
The character Veeraiah (Samuthirakhani) is portrayed in Vimanam as a crippled single father whose main concern is for his son Raju (a.k.a. “Master” Dhruvan) to be happy. Veeraiah’s lifeblood is an inherited Sulabh complex. Since he was a little child, Raju has been fascinated by airplanes and is constantly excited about taking a flight. Did Raju achieve his goal of taking an aircraft ride? What challenges did the Son and Father encounter? What functions do the prostitute Sumati (Anasuya), the shoemaker Koti (Rahul Ramakrishna), and the car driver Daniel (Dhanraj) have in Veeraiah’s life? The rest of the story is formed by the answers to these questions.