Ramayya Vasthavayya (English: Mr.Ram Will Arrive) is a 2013 Telugu action masala film written & directed by Harish Shankar. It was produced by Dil Raju and featured N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Shruti Haasan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu in the lead roles. The soundtrack was composed by S. Thaman while the cinematography was handled by Chota K. Naidu. The film released worldwide on 11 October 2013 to mixed reviews from critics who criticized its storyline. The film eventually flopped at the box office even though it had a record opening. The movie is dubbed in Hindi as Mar Mitenge 2 and also as Phantom Returns under the banner of Goldmines Telefilms.The film was also dubbed into Malayalam as Sarvadhipan. Ramayya Vasthavayya was dubbed into Hindi with the title ‘Mar Mitenge 2’.
Nagabhushanam (Mukesh Rishi) escapes a murder attempt from two assassins (Ajay & Bharani) at Coorg who later threaten him to kill soon. The story shifts to Hyderabad where Nandu (N. T. Rama Rao Jr.), a lonely college student lives. He spends his time with his friends and happens to fall in love in first sight with Akarsha (Samantha) who stays with her grandmother Baby Shalini (Rohini Hattangadi). Akarsha’s dad is Nagabhushanam coincidentally. With his wits and tactics he tries to make Akarsha fall in love with him and succeeds after a brief time. Nandu accompanies Akarsha to her sister’s marriage in her hometown and by then, Nandu is treated as a family friend by Akarsha’s family. That night, Nagabhushanam is killed by Nandu and those two assassins who happen to be a team. It is shown later that Nandu used Akarsha as a bait to reach Nagabhushanam to kill him.
After the murder, Nandu makes sure that no clues are left at the spot. Police officer Avinash (Rao Ramesh), who is investigating the case, finds that Nandu is behind those killings. When Avinash tries to arrest Nandu, he kidnaps Akarsha at gun point & escapes the arrest. When she asks him why he murdered her father, he reveals his past. Nandu’s real name is Ramu who loves a girl named Ammulu (Shruti Haasan) who lives in a village named Adityapuram and later gains her love too. Their families also accept for their marriage. Nagabhushanam along with home minister Umapathi (Kota Srinivasa Rao) and his son Bhikshapathi (P. Ravi Shankar) plans to grab a land that was very fertile. Bhikshapathi is a womanizer and lusts over Ammulu when she confronts him. When he misbehaves with her, he is attacked by Ramu which makes them rivals. The trio resort to lot of bloodshed and finally grab the land and share among themselves.
Later, Ammulu and Ramu’s marriage is fixed by her parents and Ramu’s grandfather Raja Rao Bahadur Ramchandra Naidu (Nagineedu). During the preparations, Nagabhushanam’s son (Bharath Raju) and some more goons attack on Ammulu. Nagabhushanam’s son kills Ammulu and Ramu loses her, and his near and dear ones and migrates to Hyderabad and changes his name to Nandu. He also tells that he had only killed Akarsha’s brother and leaves her safely at her home through his friends. Ramu and his brothers killed Nagabhushanam to lure Bhikshapathi out of hiding. In order to seek revenge, through a girl (Hamsa Nandini), Ramu plans to invite Bhikshapathi to a youth fest as the chief guest. Bhikshapathi lusts at her and accepts to attend. There he sees Ramu and plans to attack him with his henchmen but he escapes. Later he informs Bhikshapathi that he kidnapped Umapathi and challenges him to face him at Adityapuram. When Ramu kills Bhikshapathi after a brief duel he also reminds Ammulu’s death and Umapathi dies because of heart attack. The film ends with Nandu starting a trust in the name of his mother in the village and Akarsha teaching the children there.