In the heartland of Telugu cinema, there’s a tale that unfolded on the screens – Gully Gang. Picture this: a young lad named Srinu, hailing from the rustic village of Peddampet, steering through the rollercoaster of life.
Srinu, part of the lively “9 Gang,” starts his journey with a hesitant approach to love. With a nudge from his friend Malli, he seeks guidance from the local love guru, ‘Prem ji.’ What follows are comical attempts at wooing three girls, resulting in a showdown that sets Srinu on a path of revenge through karate.
A twist of fate occurs when Srinu accidentally kicks his karate master, throwing more challenges his way. Love, it seems, is not an easy road. Despite initial setbacks, Srinu finds himself drawn to Sandhya, but expressing his feelings takes an unexpected turn.
Disappointments stack up, turning Srinu into the notorious rowdy of his college. New characters, like Murali and Kumari, step into the scene, further complicating the web of relationships. Srinu’s attempts to rescue Kumari bring unexpected twists involving a mysterious biker.
As love and life throw curveballs, Srinu reaches a breaking point, contemplating the unpredictable nature of both. The film concludes with a poignant message – “Love is a Gift,” echoing the sentiment that life’s journey is as unpredictable as Srinu’s struggles.
In the world of Gully Gang, where love, laughter, and life entwine, the characters navigate the emotional landscape with a backdrop of humor, drama, and a touch of rustic charm. This 2020 Telugu gem, despite skipping the theaters, found its way to the hearts of viewers through streaming platforms, leaving a mark with its relatable, heartfelt exploration of human emotions.