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Commerciality... Newcomer viewers prefer reality to box office numbers. Their view is that there is no need for further commercialism when there is honesty in the chosen story. The thoughts of the audience right now are the same.

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Director Venu Udugula, who is familiar with the same story of Needi Nadi, narrated his style with the first film. For the second time, a story with realism was chosen.

It is inspired by real life events that took place in the 1990s. Naxalite is the source of much of the conflict over the life of a young Mirabai who was filled with atomic love in a battle for supremacy between the police.

The theme of the fight between Naxalite and the police is that it is a courageous endeavor. And how did he play the flute without weighing that adventure... Without hurting anyone's feelings? Let's find out.



‘My name is Moonlight. This is the story of the dialogue that is heard in the trailer called 'My Story'. This is the story of the moon played by Saipalli. If only Rana Daggubati and other actors had participated in it. This story is from the 1970s.

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The story dates back to the 1970s. Wennela (Saipallavi) is the daughter of Oggu Katha artist (Saichand) from a remote village in Warangal district. Stubbornness is high from an early age. One thing that is firmly in the mind is that those who complete it will not sleep. Playing and singing in the yard.

Poetry written by alias Ravishankar, known as Aranya, is familiar to the moons who grew up playing and singing in the fields. Moon falls in love with Nixelite Commander Ravanna. Want to meet him anyway, share life with him. Whether they decide to get married at home or not, they go on a jungle trek for the ravanna

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They sift through the woods for Ravanna, who is on the police hit list. It is during this period that the moon goes into the forest, experimenting in its own style. What experiences did she have in that order? Did he bring out his love affair with Mary Ravanna? The movement itself.

How did Ravinna, who was suffocating the movement itself, react? What were the consequences of the lunar eclipse with the rain? Did her love story end happily? Or is the rest of the story.

Movement... Love. These two are like different poles. But in conjunction with these, the director led the story. The way in which love is divinely revealed on screen, even in the spirit of real life events, impresses with that deep writing.

The film is based on the life of a Warangal resident sarala who joined the Naxalite movement in the 1990s. The film is directed by Venu Udugulam and is dedicated to her. The simple incident sparked a big debate in the Naxalite movement at the time... And in the police and civil society.

It may be real life but... There are many subtleties behind it. The director touched them just as delicately and intelligently. The story begins with the birth of the moon and childhood. The director quickly immersed the audience in the story with scenes such as falling in love with Aranya's poetry, stubbornly beginning to search for him, and stubbornly refusing to marry him.

Moonlighting attempts to find the ravens overwhelm the minds. Those scenes that reveal the depth of love. Otherwise they seem to go on for a long time. The story becomes even more interesting as the war between Ravanna and the police begins. . The moon enters the middle of the war, which is crucial to the subsequent conflict film. The director was overwhelmed with emotions at every step.

With the exception of a few scenes in the first half, the rest of the story takes place in a forest setting. How is the Naxalite guerrilla war? What are the ideas of the police and the Naxalites who think that they are working for? The people? What kind of moves are being made for supremacy? How is the covert operation?

The occasion of talking to the father of the moon during the jungle trek, the scenes where the moon joins his mother and the moon are heartbreaking. All in all, the climactic scenes are another height. These are scenes that will not be swallowed by everyone. Commercial on receiving them

The roles of women are crucial to the film. The characters of Saipallavi, Ishwarirao, Priyamani, Nandita, Das and Zarina Nawab have a strong influence on the film. Even though some of the characters appear on the screen for a short time, each character makes its mark on the story.

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Not only the role of Sai Pallavi in ​​Moonlight, but also the film has come to life. She was cast in the role of expressing pure love with her eyes. Nandita Das as the teacher, Priyamani as the mother in the second sense, Zarina Wahab as the mother of the protagonist and Ishwari Rao as the mother of the heroine.

If Saipalli's character is the moon, then Rana Daggubati is the same as the director who said that the moon is for the movie. Rana's familiar scenes, guerrilla warfare, and mother's sentiment are the strength of the film. Saichand, Banerjee, Naveen Chandra, and others acted according to the roles.

Technically the film is superior. Especially the camera work has raised the level of the film. The visuals were invented in close proximity to the periodic story.

The songs and background music also enlivened the film. Kolo Koloyanna Kolo song, pictured touches. All the songs come in context. The rest of the divisions also performed well

The director has made his mark as a flute player. Hooked with strong words. Conversations like "The whole world is listening... Have you ever heard of a girl's mind?" Conversations like how hunger, sorrow, and incense come out of nowhere, and love is all that matters. The way the story is run as a narrator is also great. Construction values ​​are high.

This is a movie that has revealed a new love story.. A new theme. Should the movie be like this to my audience? Contrary to the stereotypes that there should be an end to this, the film opens. Newcomer directors make similar new kind of attempts.

Certainly this is an honest attempt, but time will tell how much the audience tastes of that background, that burdensome conflict. The film manages to entertain as well as inform, evoking heartfelt emotions.