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Show (2002)

| Comedy, Drama
About life, its contradictions. "Life is a drama and we are all actors" is reflected in this film.

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Manjula Ghattamaneni ...
Ridhima (as Manjula)
Laxmi Rattan ...
Professor
Surya ...
Madhav Rao
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This is a movie about a talk show which features a wacky host named Saddam Hussen. He interviews, several wacky guests on various types of topics. But when Marthar Stewart gets there, all hell breaks loose and everyone begins to revolt. Written by Jackie Biggs

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Welcome To The Show!

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Comedy | Drama

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The film only took three days to complete. See more »

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Jesus Chriesto: (Speaking Gibberish)
Saddam Hussen: What the hell are you saying?
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superb play on the big screen
4 December 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Wow, i was overcome with Joy after watching a movie like this in South Indian cinema. The whole 2 hour movie consists of only three characters. A professor living in secluded woods invents a drug that could help in fighting Cancer. A lady (Manjula) from a pharmaceutical company comes to buy the rights for this medicine. In the last minute , the prof had to go to near by village. Now she has to wait for the professor, and her company is the Professor's lawyer. They decide to kill time by playing a "Show".

What happens next touches various aspects of human psychology, keeps you busy thinking, makes u laugh, makes u jump to edge of your seat and.... Well, I cant tell u anymore. Please watch the movie.

Surya was awesome as the lawyer. Manjula is decent as the lady visitor. The kudos goes to Neelakanta for the smart screenplay.


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