A 25-year-old chances upon a dangerous, simmering family feud that threatens the lives of several villages, when he is adopted by one of the families. He sets out to unite the two factions, but discovers that the enemy is more brutal than he imagined.
In Boyapati Seenu's films, it's always raining men - an art form that Dammu takes to a whole new level.
We aren't only referring to the moaning, bloodied, wounded, half-dead men who fall from the skies after the hero has kicked them. In Dammu, male aggression is mainly displayed in its central premise, one that extols the role of men in "protecting" society, and how this particular royal family is incapable of dignity merely because it doesn't have a male child. The film doesn't say this explicitly, but it implies that women basically don't count. Except to sleep with the men an....