Realizing that she had been wrong about Vijay the whole time and impressed with his down to earth attitude Geetha falls in love with him. The film now returns to the start of the movie, where Vijay is unable to figure out what to do to win back his love. Vijay thanks Geetha for saving him, but she says that she only did it as she did not want his sister to suffer because of him. Vijay asks for forgiveness and conveys his wish to marry her, but she reveals that its too late and she is getting married in the morning. He meets this girl he sees at the bus stop everyday Anu Emmanuel but when he confesses his undying love for her, he finds out that she is already married. When she enquires him he starts to tell her his story.
Shocked and confused, Vijay confesses to Phaneendra about his encounter with Geetha on the bus. Vijay talks to Geetha, and she finally confesses her love and how heartbroken she was when he thought that she was blackmailing him into marriage thus questioning her character. Phaneendra tells him that he already knew about it and Geetha was the person who revealed it to him along with her love for Vijay. She finds him sitting alone and sad. Vijay Govind, is a charming young 25 year old college professor. Shocked, Vijay again starts to beg for her forgiveness as earlier, but Geetha lovingly proceeds to kiss him.
When Vijay kisses a sleeping Geetha on the cheek, she slaps him. During a visit to the temple, Vijay enquires the priest about the decorations and comes to know it was all done by a girl, Geetha Rashmika Mandanna. Vijay finds out that the girl is unmarried and is immediately attracted to her. But Vijay however turns down the proposal to Geetha in person, as he feels that he cannot see his own mother in her who had died when he was little. Devastated and heartbroken she agrees to marry the person of her parents choice. .
He also told Neelu of his own mistake with Geetha and his love for her, without naming her and how apologetic he will feel for it for the rest of his life. Vijay, feeling that he has successfully escaped, is shocked to find that his sister is engaged to none other that Phaneendra. Meanwhile Phaneendra decides to track down the guy who misbehaved with Geetha with the help of his police friends in Hyderabad. Coincidentally, Geetha becomes his co-passenger on the bus, occupying the window seat beside him. Although Vijay tries to apologize to Geetha everyday for his behavior, Geetha does not accept it.
Geetha convinces his brother to leave for his village along with her and forget about the incident on the bus. Nithya gives him an idea. After Vijay and Geetha had fought earlier due to the video, Vijay confronted Neelu regarding the video in front of her mother, and settled things with her. In the middle of marriage rituals, Vijay walks on to marriage dais, and asks Phaneendra to stand. Vijay begs for forgiveness, but Geetha ties his hands to the bus seat and calls her brother and informs him of the incident.
He feels that for Geetha he is just a choice and not the one and only option. Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Hindi 480p Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Hindi 720p Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Hindi 1080p Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Tamil 480p Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Tamil 720p Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Telugu Download Geetha Govindam Full Movie in Malayalam 720p. Phaneendra, initially suspects Vijay to be one who misbehaved with his sister, but when Geetha points out that Vijay is not the person, Phaneendra lets go of him. One of his students Neelu, has a huge crush on him and openly pursues him. While trying to take selfie with Geetha, who was sleeping, Vijay accidentally kisses her on the lips.
The film starts with Vijay Vijay Deverakonda meeting Nithya Nithya Menen in the middle of the road at night. When he agrees, she relays the message to Vijay personally and he is very happy but does not confess her feeling for him. The movie concludes with Geetha and Vijay travelling to Shirdi on a bus. . . .
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