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'Geetha' Film Story and Theme

Film Story

It is a village called Veerampalem, Vijay (Hero) having communist ideology has been fighting for the cause of the general public. With a view to encourage youth to stand on their own legs he started a vocational school by name “Viplavam Vritti Vidyalaya” and imparted training on agriculture, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, sewing activities.

Achari, the Priest (Side-Hero) wanted to rebuild the Indian Tradition by partly reflecting vedic culture of triple service namely Samaya Dana, Pragna Dana & Amsa Dana. Every person should sacrifice part of his time, money and expertise in the cause of the Society and begin the reforms from Archakas. It took a tremendous turn and temples boomed with lot of glory. Achari constructed number of temples. He also inspired number of Archakas of various temples and brought old glory to all the temples in the area.

Minister, Rayudu (Villian) by influencing the Government took over the temple and appointed his own person as Achari and the newly appointed Achari is showing many magics and attracting the innocent people and deceiving the public.

How the Hero and side hero got the temple management back and how they kidnapped all the criminals and converted them into good human beings is the real story. (A yogi with self practice can convert hard criminal into great human being).


It is the practice of film industry to have love story, item song, violence, double meaning and vulgar dialogues to encash the weakness of the people. There is a thinking that without this the film would not get the support of audience. It is not correct. Public will also accept good and noble ideas. This movie is produced to experiment that people would also welcome and support all good humanitarian movies. Revolution would be successful if it springs out of love and not out of hatred. Revolution if it joins hands with true spirituality can do wonders is the theme of the film. Hence the film “GITA.”