Umamaheshwara Ugrarupasya Review,
Venkatesh Maha’s second film Uma Maheshwara Ugra Roopasya is a remake of the Malayalam film Maheshinte Prathikaaram. Anyone who has seen the original will not be taken aback by the simplicity of the story penned by Syam Pushkaran,
the humour found in life’s daily occurrences and of course, just how lovable Mahesh’s character truly is. This might be the sweetest tale of revenge you’ll ever see.
Uma Maheshwara Rao (Satyadev) is a polite man, a photographer who’s not very good at his job but makes do, dislikes confrontations and seems to lack a mean bone.
He’s head-over-heels in love with his childhood sweetheart Swathi (Chandana Koppisetti) and dreams of marrying her someday. His closest confidante is the local healer Babji (Naresh),
who’s as close to him as his father. When a chain of events results in Mahesh getting humiliated in the middle of the marketplace, he vows not to wear his footwear.