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When the woman asks for the reason behind him giving the book to her, the man replies that the book was written after the life of his father, Arjun Nani. The movie moves back to , where Arjun is an immensely talented Ranji player who is in love with Sarah Shraddha Srinath.
Arjun eventually quits cricket after being rejected into the Indian Team continuously because of game politics. He is given a government job in sports quota. However, he loses his job after being accused to take a bribe. Arjun's seven-year-old son Nani Ronit Kamra , who represents his school cricket team, asks Arjun to gift him an Indian jersey on his birthday.
Despite the lack of money, Arjun promises his son to download the jersey by his birthday. Arjun consults the lawyer Rao Ramesh for his job but is told that he cannot get his job back until he pays the lawyer. Left with no option, Arjun starts asking money from his friends to download the jersey but is unsuccessful. Arjun is the consulted by his ex-coach Murthy Sathyaraj , who says that a charity match between Hyderabad cricket team and New Zealand is being conducted in Hyderabad.
Arjun agrees to play. He gives a wonderful performance in the match but later realises that there is no match fee. A depressed Arjun slaps Nani when he asks for the jersey. However, he later realises his son's love for him. Arjun decides that he will start playing cricket again and with a strong will to represent the Indian Cricket Team.
He informs Murthy about it, who is first shocked but eventually supports him. Arjun attend the Hyderabad Ranji team selection trials and starts giving an immensely wonderful batting performance. The progressive movement, which came to India in about , spread to Andhra in As a result progressive writers association was formed. The earlier writers were inspired by ideas of freedom and nationalism which germinated on account of nationalist struggle.
Now it was the turn of the socialist ideas to influence the younger generation. The progressive writers tried their level best to achieve realism. The realistic literature became universal phenomenon in Telugu literature.
But the writers failed to take their socialist ideals in concrete life situations but remains rhetoric. Early modern Telugu story internalized the oral tradition and ideology of modernity In the period of , Telugu society was influenced by nationalist movement.
On one hand it raised the question of freedom and individual personality and on the other set an ideal for collective social action. Chalam and Chinta Deekshitulu are representatives of this period. This is the period of social turmoil. In the period , the Telugu writers were influenced by Second World War and intensified nationalist struggles. Along with anti-colonial ideology, it also generates the questions within nationalist movement, i.
At the same time, Marxism started influencing the writers of Telugu society.
Writers started writing with class consciousness such as Chaso, Sarada and some of the writers were searching for the psychological explanations of individual behavior such as Buchibabu.
The period reflects the changes of Telugu society after the Second World War. The stories depicted the transformation of village towards modern society, i. Sree Sree and Kodavatiganti Kutumbarao. There are different kinds of writers interested in more philosophical questions and moved towards metaphysics in search of solutions for crisis-ridden individual existence, i.
Palagummi Padmaraju, Buchibabu and Gopichand. This is the time of political decentralization. Many new writers came into the scene. The moral questions raised by earlier generation of writers demanded an explanation from social, economical and political life, i.
Kaleepatnam Ramarao, Rachakonda Viswanatha Sastry. Many women writers started writing i. Sreedevi, Illendula Saraswatee Devi.
The period influenced by Naxalite struggle of Srikakulam, the tribal revolt and formation of Revolutionary writers association as a consequence. This sets the new revolutionary life in stories, i. Patanjali, Mahendra emerged. They tried to capture the multifaceted personality and social life of individual.
In , there is a curiosity among the writers to tell the story in a novel manner. They are after invention of style of the story to reach out their readers effectively. This is the period of identity politics-caste, gender, and region, which influenced the literature. Altogether it sets the new canons and standards in literature by dismissing the social positions and privileges of earlier celebrated writers.
The question of authenticity and representation debated well in defining or narrating the story. Some of the prominent political movements intensified Naxalite struggles, dalit, women and separate Telangana struggles. These struggles influenced the literary and cultural movements too. Especially, literature is identified with these political movements. Politics and literature become inseparable.
Within the alternative political struggles, different political positions emerged and so with the literature. Prior to this phenomenon, the questions came out, what is literature?
For whose one has to write? As an outcome of this debate, Abhyudaya Rachayatala Sangham Progressive writers association, popularly known in Telugu as Arasam and later Viplava rachayatala sangham Revolutionary writers association, popularly known in Telugu as Virasam came into existence. These literary organizations came in support of political struggles and committed to communism.
Mostly these literary organizations had set the standards of literature. Writers should be committed to political ideology and their writings should help in liberating the people from exploitation. It is interesting to note that writers not only committed to writing but also could come under the organizational umbrella to fight for a social cause.
It was the time when writers started asserting that literature should be revolutionary and the very purpose of it is liberation of the masses thereby rejecting all other literatures as unserious scribbling.
Literature other than this kind is considered as reactionary, commercial and non-serious. Over the period of time, the revolutionary literature becomes monotonous and mostly ends with the elevation of martyrs in the revolutionary struggle. It lost the grip over its readers. On one hand the situation demands in literature, new ways of dealing the social reality.
And on the other hand, the struggles of dalits and women started contesting the politics of revolutionary struggles and these struggles provided new tools in understanding social reality.
This is very much reflected in Telugu literature. Any effort to see literature as a unified genre is resisted. Anthologies of Telugu Short Story In the sixties, Telugu literary world is predominantly occupied by the novel.
It is the time with the motive of profit making, capital entered the arena of publication work.
ISSN — Online survival of the serious short stories became difficult. However with the emergence of a few young writers, the genre escaped its ordeal. Bringing out a short story collection is not a recent phenomenon.
Some of the best stories came in Telugu katha during created a landmark in the history of anthologies of short stories. Further, Visalandhra, Prajasathi Publications and literary organizations like Virasam and Janasahiti too edited some volumes of short stories.
Kaleepatnam Ramarao, well known Telugu short story writer initiated a reference library exclusively for short stories in the name of Kathanilayam at Srikakulam. After the very beginning of this katha series of Kathasahiti generated debate about short story, many anthologies of stories came into existence. Instantly, parallel to Kathasahiti Kathavedika, Katha sravanthi series, katha-patrika and the number of publications of short stories got published on a yearly basis.
As a consequence katha again got its prominence as anyone can read and find pleasure in a short available time. Hence, katha presented not a magnified aspect of life but a slice of life which is apt for a reader to glance it quickly.
In this context, anthologies of short stories under the editorship of Papineni Shivasankar and Vasireddy Naveen got the public attention. Vasireddy Naveen worked as editor for some time for Janasahiti, a left wing magazine.
As Vallampati Venkatasubbaiah, the literary critic opinioned that in assessing strength and taste of short story anthology of Kathasahiti series, these two editors of kathasahiti are an ideal combination.
As he acknowledged, Vasireddy had the background of the ideology of struggles Marxist ideology to understand the short story. And Papineni Sivasankar had the academic rigor in terms of maintaining objectivity and value of the content of the story. ISSN — Online published in various magazines and news papers every year. Many of the writers started feeling prestigious to publish in Katha series and this created a competition among them.
Some of the writers are exclusively writing by using all their literary efforts to get published in that series. However, Katha series got institutionalized and faced lot of criticisms from different corners in the course of time.
It brought the short stories collection in the name of Katha Keratalu , fifty selected stories from to In the introduction they mentioned that these stories are essentially about people and their struggles. These stories are literary reflection of the crisis ridden and conflicting decade that responsible for many changes, struggles, sacrifices and for the rise of new questions.
These are the stories of the life transforming from one stage to other qualitatively. Sahitimitrulu of Vijayawada brought a story collection with the same name Katha, Samayamu- Sandharbhamu. The importance of this collection seems to resist the institutionalization and monopolization of Kathasahiti. They picked up ten stories of the year Along with the stories, it included the context of the stories given by the writer and an analysis of the story by a critic.
Most of the stories of these writers regularly appear in Katha series. In the same time Yemesco Publishers brought a story collection named Vandella Telugu Katha , an anthology of 20th century representative stories under the editorship of China Veerabhadrudu. In Telugu literature, story emerged as an important and promising genre by internalizing the social life, politics and techniques or styles of narration from the decade of nineties.
There are many attempts in defining the best story in this period. One such attempt is katha series brought out by Kathasahiti. This series got popularity and institutionalized for publishing the volume of best stories of every year regularly. For them financial resource is not a serious problem since most of its expenditure are met by the non resident Telugus, especially from TANA. Kathasahiti set the competition among the writers to get the attention of this series.
The answer has the implication in defining the best story in Telugu. This may accommodate any story without concerning the political stand of the writer. Both from the left to the conservative camps faced the challenge in selection of story. Ultimately there exists a danger in ending up this series of best stories which are not touched by the issues of caste, gender, region, class exclusively. Time and again, what is the best story is debated in Telugu literature.
The discussion between Kodavatiganti Kutumba rao and Palagummi Padmaraju concluded that to be a story, first it requires form, second realistic nature and third, the purpose in relation to truths of life. Different story collections came with their own political markings. The question of inclusion and exclusion is the primary contesting point.
This is the time that Telugu story reached celebrated heights both in content and form. Since any anthology comprises of selection and exclusion of some stories, it maintains its own political value.
To standardize their political interest they become editors of the story collections. It generated the controversy on the reasons for exclusion or inclusion of particular story in that collection.
However, it generated interest and discussion on literary genre story. The question of what is the best story is not resolved and made further difficult and each one gave their own interpretations.
There is no agreement on the best story. Kathasahiti with a moderate and broad progressive outlook tries to establish the idea of best story. ISSN — Online selected stories. The process got institutionalized and so the best story. In the name of best story, editors of Kathasahiti established their own notion of best story. As one literary critic pointed out, the people who are going through the story collections of Kathasahiti from Katha 90 to Katha 96, the definition of best story becomes unidentifiable.
By celebrating the idea of good day for story, there is a conscious and visible attempt to make story the good stuff beyond space, time and class. There is a strong opinion that these editors broadly represent the leftist ideology. Some of the critics supported them for the ideology they representing, but some of the critics felt that there is a possibility of best stories which are not necessarily representing the leftist ideology.
They advised the editors to include other stories apart from representing the leftist ideology. Jampala V. Choudhary, NRI who is interested in Telugu literature expressed his suspicion that the reason for many stories having leftist ideological consciousness in these volumes is that the editors representing that particular ideology.
He had the opinion that all the stories published in this Katha series are not necessarily best stories. Some of the stories do not reach the standards to be published in this series. He criticized the Kathasahiti for not including such a great story Mithunam written by Sriramana. The story is about the loneliness and mutual sharing and care of an old Brahmin couple where all their children living abroad or away from them.
The first category of writers is narrating their experiences to others. The second category explains the philosophy of life that emerged from their experiences and readings.
These two categories are individual-centred. The third category belongs to the writers who anticipate change in the world. They are reform oriented. The fourth category legitimizes the change in the society. This kind of writers needs ideological clarity and courage to stand against consequences to fight against the system. In kathasahiti series, finding the stories belonging to fourth category is not accidental.
That reflects the commitment of the editors. ISSN — Online themselves to the last category, they may give preference to others categories. There is possibility of having best stories! In the literary world not only the content of the story but also aesthetics emerges only from contemporary life.
In contemporary times, life is in such a way influenced by the leftist ideology, and there is best literature produced from it, is natural to many stories from leftist ideology represented in these Kathasahiti series. The non-leftist ideology is dubbed in the name of human relationships by some of the writers and critics.
Chekuri Ramarao, literary columnist and critic argues that there are many stories in these anthologies that go beyond the political beliefs of these writers. In fact these editors are very much after the stories of healthy human relations.
Abburi Chayadevi, the short story writer too felt for including the stories that captures the crisis in human relationships. Venugopal, literary critic and a member of revolutionary writers association Virasam pointed out that heterogeneity without any criticism is no way either acceptable or helpful. But in enlightening the readers consciousness, that story may not have any value. The stories which selected in this series with the idea of multiplicity reflected in this way.
These kinds of stories go against the standards set by the editors of these particular anthologies. One may give any definition for the best story when the deviation from the standards set by themselves.
ISSN — Online holding rigid political framework. The historical necessity of the day is feminist, dalit and minority literature to come on the basis of gender, caste and religion. Sreedhar and Alladi Uma too are critical about the ideological perspective of editors and their story collections. After getting the popularity and the organization got institutionalized, the stories which are not satisfying their taste got rejected by them. These anthologies mostly reflected the themes of globalization and changes in society and values, changing agrarian relations of the village, pressure of market forces, complexity, conflict and changing human relationships of modern life.
Though they have the stories reflecting the problems of women, dalits and regional disparity, they have not got much importance as above said themes. It seems the writers had a low opinion about these kinds of stories. It seems pre established opinions of the editors in case form and language are not allowing many stories under their consideration.
In the context where many problems relating to lower strata of women, dalits and regions are surfacing, it demands space for the importance of narratives, and autobiographical stories.