Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a 2019 Indian Telugu language action film written and directed by Boyapati Srinu and produced by DVV Danayya. The film stars Ram Charan, Vivek Oberoi, and Kiara Advani. The music was composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film revolves around Konidela Ram, a young man who sets out to destroy a dictator after the lives of his loved ones are threatened. The film opened on January 11, 2019, and was not successful at the box office.
Four children, who are scavengers in a train station, witness a kidnapping of children and, when discovered, flee the scene. They decide to commit suicide for fear that the kidnappers will kill them. As they attempt suicide by being hit by a train, they hear the sound of a baby crying in a nearby bush. Upon discovering it, they discover that the baby has been bitten by ants and take him to the nearest hospital. After the baby recovers, they decide to raise him as his brother, name him Ram, and send him to school. The kidnapper escapes from prison and arrives at his residence. Ram stabs the kidnapper and saves the life of his brother. When the doctor asks him about it, he asks him to send his four brothers to school while he works for them. Then the doctor raises them as his children.
The story goes back to the present in a remote desert, where Konidela Ram kills a powerful Bihar dictator named Raja Bhai Munna, only to wake up to find out that it is a dream. His family is made up of four brothers, four sisters-in-law and his sons.
One of the brothers, Bhuvan Kumar, is the chief election commissioner with his three other brothers as subordinates. Ram is engaged to Sita, the daughter of a women’s rights activist named Puppy. A local criminal and aspiring politician named Ballem Balaram tries to bribe Bhuvan Kumar after he seizes the black money from him. When Bhuvan refuses, he tries to threaten him so Ram beats him hard in the media. Balaram’s brother-in-law, Pandem Parasuram, challenges Bhuvan and asks him to apologize, for which Ram responds harshly.
This leaves Parasuram humiliated, so he approaches a matchmaking specialist, who arrives at Ram’s home and takes his entire family hostage. Ram arrives there and apologizes to Parasuram, only to meet criminals from Bihar, sent by the dictator Raja Bhai. After fighting the criminals, his sister-in-law Gayatri asks Ram about it, to which he reveals the flashback.
Raja Bhai is a local dictator in Bihar who threatened the Chief Minister. Therefore, the prime minister asked the central government and got Bhuvan to be appointed chief election commissioner of Bihar. Raja Bhai held Bhuvan hostage along with his subordinates, to which Bhuvan calls Ram, who was in Gujarat with his family and Sita in a temple. While traveling back to the airport, Ram receives the call, runs to a bridge, and gets on a train heading from Gujarat to Bihar. He single-handedly kills 300 men on horseback and is captured to Raja Bhai.
A fight ensues in which Raja Bhai kills Bhuvan and Ram severely injures Raja Bhai, sending him into a coma. At present, Gayatri is terribly shocked by the death of her husband Bhuvan. She asks Ram to take her to Bhuvan’s pyre and then to Raja Bhai, the latter where she challenges Raja Bhai to a duel with Ram. Ram approaches with the body of Raja Bhai’s thug and starts the fight with him. He finally subdues Raja Bhai by breaking his bones and cutting off his head with a sword tied to a tree.
- Ram Charan as Konidela Ram
- Vivek Oberoi as Raja Bhai Munna
- Kiara Advani as Sita “Papa”
- Prashanth as Konidela Bhuvan Kumar
- Sneha as Konidela Gayatri Devi, Ram’s eldest sister-in-law
- Aryan Rajesh as Sekar, 2nd brother
- Madhumitha as Ram’s 2nd sister-in-law
- Ravi Varma as Raju, 3rd brother
- Praveena as Sailaja, 4th sister-in-law
- Madhunandan as Ram’s fourth brother
- Himaja as Ram’s 3rd sister-in-law