Bullet Raja (Ravi Teja) is a conman in Chennai, who enjoys his lawless ways. However, in Yamalokam, Chitragupta is plotting against the newly-crowned Lord of Death, the son of Yama. Chitragupta decides to kill Bullet Raja before his time, because he knows that Bullet Raja would get livid with the gods of Death, if he finds out that he's been killed "by mistake" - this way, Chitragupta would have his revenge. Bullet Raja is then reincarnated as an evil politician who reforms his ways.
Vidya Balan, Nithya Menen and Rajamouli's Eega are some of the very few things noteworthy about Daruvu (to demistify that, Brahmanandam and a sidekick play dance teachers called Vidya Balan and Nithya Menen, respectively; and as for Eega, we were talking about both the trailer, and a little joke on Rajamouli's reincarnation fantasy plugged into the script). Much else of the film is a joke, mostly on you.
Oscillating wildly between the juvenile and the asinine, Daruvu is yet another of those assembly line Ravi Teja projects that seem to be competing for the "Director That Made Hero S....