VBVK Trailer impresses with Interesting concept

on Feb 7, 2023

VBVK Trailer impresses with Interesting concept

Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha (VBVK) directed by Murali Kishore Abburu is one of Kiran Abbavaram's most eagerly anticipated movies. The film reached everyone's heart and mind with innovative promotions. The chartbuster songs and teaser impressed everyone.


As the release date nearing, makers unveiled the trailer that team has been hyping up from past few days. Supreme Hero Sai Dharam Tej launched the trailer. The trailer started with goons trying to figure out the concept of this story just like us.


Going by the trailer, it's mixed with all emotions presenting a Intriguing concept. With this interesting number neighbouring concept, Vishnu's (Kiran Abbavaram) life changes. When an unknown girl named Darshana calls him, he finds love and he has a competitor Murali Sharma.


But with his neighbour number, he falls into troubles. The difficulties faced by Kiran Abbavaram with him and how he solved it forms crux of the story. Kiran and Kashmira Paradesi pair looks lovely. The intriguing trailer is cut with action, entertainment, and emotions.


Everyone's attention is drawn to Chaitan Bharadwaj's striking background score and rich visuals. The VBVK team appears to be bringing a perfect entertainer for Maha Shivaratri. Bunny Vas of GA 2 pictures bankrolled the film. Allu Aravind presenting it. The film, which has generated a lot of interest among audiences, will be released on February 17.

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