The young Shivudu is left as a foundling in a small village by his mother. By the time he’s grown up, it has become apparent that he possesses exceptional gifts. He meets the beautiful warrior/princess Avanthika and learns that her queen has been held captive for the last 25 years. Shividu sets off to rescue her, discovering his own origins in the process.
|nudity||Towards the end of a romantic song, a female actor removes her inner wear in front of a male actor. Sex is implied.|
|violence||The strongest portrayal of violence occurs in a lengthy battle scene involving two armies. It includes sequences of combatants being slashed, stabbed and impaled with various weapons such as axes, flails, swords and spears, where the weapons are sometimes shown piercing through the victims. There are also sequences that show waves of arrows decimating some tribesmen, and some men dying in a blaze of fire. At one point in the battle, a chariot with revolving blades attached to its front, mows into a horde of tribesmen, throwing the men to the sides as it bulldozes through the crowd. Despite the intensity of the battle scene, blood spurting occurs infrequently with no clear depiction of wounds or injuries. In another scene, a man is seen being decapitated where the decapitation is depicted fleetingly without details of blood or injuries. Moments later, the headless body is shown staggering forward and collapsing on the ground.|
|frightening||The film has several sequences involving hand to hand battles, as well as some other scenes involving mild gore. But nevertheless, the film is watchable by all because there's nothing too intense to be handled by the young audience as well. CBFC Rating : U/A (all versions)|