'Brindaavanam' is a family oriented commercial entertainer that highlights the unique culture and traditions that prevail in villages, and delves into the need for harmony and unity within families.
Krish (NTR) is the son of a billionaire businessman (mukesh Rishi). He has a girl friend Indu (samantha) whom he sincerely loves. Her friend Bhoomi (kajal) wants to pursue her higher studies and lands in trouble when her father (Prakash Raj) wants to marry her to his nephew (Ajay). Her grandfather (Kota Srinivasa Rao) convinces her dad, saying that she already likes someone in the city, so her dad asks her to bring her lover home.
Indu asks Krish to go as Bhoomi's Lover. Meanwhile, Bhoomi's uncle (Srihari), and her father (Prakash) live apart in two adjacent villages. The two families are feuding with each other. Krish is hated by Bhoomi's entire family and he has to overcome many things in his attempt to get everyone to love him.
In the village atmosphere, Krish is for the first time exposed to life amidst an extended family, and involves himself in changing the attitudes and creating unity amongst them. However, how will the families react when the truth about Krish is revealed? Will Krish succeed in unifying the feuding families and create harmony? What will happen between Krish, Bhoomi, and Indu?
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Due to its massive commercial success, the movie has been remade several times, most notably in Bengali by the name 'Khoka 420' with Dev, Nusrat Jahan and Subhashree Ganguly reprising the roles of N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Kajal Aggarwal and Samantha respectively; in Oriya as 'Love Master', in Kannada as 'Brindavana' with actor Darshan; and even internationally in Bangladesh, as 'Buk Fatey To Mukh Foteyna'. Read More