|Directed by||Praveen Sri|
|Produced by||Dr. C. Dharmakartha |
Ram Gopal Varma (Presents)
|Written by||Ravi Reddy Mallu|
|Screenplay by||Rajendra Reddy|
|Story by||Praveen Sri|
|Edited by||Praveen Pudi|
Gaayam 2 (English: The Wound - 2) is a 2010 Telugu crime film, produced by Dr. C. Dharmakartha on Kartha Creations, presented by Ram Gopal Varma and directed by Praveen Sri. Jagapathi Babu, Vimala Raman in the lead roles and the music is composed by Ilayaraja. It is a sequel to the 1993 Telugu film Gaayam.
Ram (Jagapathi Babu) is a restaurant owner in Bangkok. Ram leads his life happily with his wife Vidya (Vimala Raman) and adopted son Chaitanya (child artist Pavansriram). One day, psychopath killers attempt to molest a female worker at Ram"s restaurant. To protect her, Ram shoots them. This rescue turns Ram a hero before the media.
Gurunarayana (Kota Srinivasa Rao) shocks to see Ram, who is quite similar to Durga (Jagapathi Babu), an arch-rival who was declared dead long ago. Gurunarayana's son Shankar Narayana (Kota Prasad) leaves for Bangkok along with their lawyer Saab (Tanikella Bharani) to find out whether he is Ram or Durga. Shankar Narayana kidnaps Chaitanya. This irks Ram, and he opens up his identity by injuring Shankar Narayana and killing a person in front of Vidya.
Saab takes Shankar Narayana back to India. Vidya deserts Ram as he concealed his identity that he was once a killer and goon. But Pandyan (Jeeva), the Bangkok police officer of Indian origin convinces her that Durga turned Ram and is leading a normal, peaceful life only to keep himself off from bloodshed. Ram reveals his flashback to Vidya. At a time when it is going to be a happy reunion, Gurunarayana's men attack Ram and his family, and Chaitanya gets badly injured.
In order to put a full stop to the bloodshed, Ram goes India as Durga and clears off the rivalry with Gurunarayana. He sends Vidya and Chaitanya to Pandyan's house and returns to India. What happens next should be seen onscreen.
- Jagapathi Babu as Ram/Durga
- Vimala Raman as Vidya
- Kota Srinivasa Rao as Guru Narayan
- Tanikella Bharani as Lawyer Saab
- Kota Prasad as Shankar Narayan
- Ravi Kalle as ACP Murthy
- Raghunatha Reddy as I.G
- Harsha Vardhan as Harsha
- Sivakrishna as Inspector Bharadwaja
- Jeeva as Pandyan
- Revathi as Anitha
- Ajay as Aziz
- Pavansriram as Chaitanya
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The music for the film was composed by Ilaiyaraaja and released by ADITYA Music Company.
|1.||"Endukamma Prema Prema"||Ananta Sriram||Sriram Parthasarathy, Geetha Madhuri||4:10|
|2.||"Masaka Venaka"||Bhaskarabhatla||Anitha Karthikeyan||5:07|
|3.||"Eluthundru Kodukulu"||Kaluva Sai||Vandemataram Srinivas||4:40|
|4.||"Andala Lokam"||Vanamali||Sriram Parthasarathi,Shashwathi||4:39|
|5.||"Rama Rajyam"||Kaluva Sai||Karthik||4:40|