Umapathi trailer: Avika Gor turns a rural girl again

Avika Gor, known for her roles in shows like Chinnari Pelli Kuthuru and Uyyala Jampala, is stepping into a new realm of performances. In the upcoming film 'Umapati,' set against the backdrop of rural life, Avika Gor embraces a different character. This movie, directed by Satya Dwarapudi and produced by K.Koteswar Rao under the banners of Krishi Creations and Avika Screen Creations, is set to captivate audiences with its honesty and rural charm.

With Anuragh in the lead role, the movie showcases the beauty and complexities of rural communities. The trailer offers a glimpse into the picturesque rural landscapes, introducing diverse village mindsets. The protagonist, portrayed as a carefree individual with no clear direction in life, faces obstacles arising from conflicts between villages, complicating the budding love story at the heart of the narrative. The trailer radiates authenticity, boasting natural and captivating visuals, amplified by evocative re-recording.

Anuragh effortlessly embodies his character with ease, while Avika Gor exudes grace and charm in her portrayal. Renowned music director Shakthikanth Karthick, known for his work in blockbuster movies like Fidaa, has composed the music, adding depth to the film's emotions. Raghavendra's cinematography captures the essence of the rural setting, with editing by Goutham Raju and Nani, ensuring a seamless narrative flow. Venkat Are spearheads the art department, while the lyrical magic is woven by Chandrabose, Murthy Devagupthapu, and Bhaskarabhatla.

The film boasts a stellar cast, including Posani Krishna Murali, Thulasi, Praveen, Auto Ram Prasad, Trinadh, Srimannarayana, Bhadram, Srinivas, and Jayavani, enhancing the narrative tapestry.

'Umapati' is all set to grace the screens on December 29th, promising an entertaining cinematic experience that resonates with audiences of all ages. With a captivating storyline and a talented ensemble, the film aims to transport viewers into the heart of rural landscapes while exploring the intricacies of village life.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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