In 1998, Marx and Lenin in Guntur, both decide to burn down Satyam’s mirchi factory. Satyam seeing this decides to go up to Marx and Lenin while the factory is burning down to question them why they are and in the process Satyam’s brother-in-law decides to kill Lenin which sends Satyam to jail for 12 years. Ramana partially loses his vision in his left eye rendering him blind during the explosion. Seeing how Satyam went to jail, Vasundhara decides to leave Ramana behind and leaves with her father, Venkata Swamy.
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