Venkat and Sailaja are youngsters at Warangal who fall in love. Bhadranna is the most dreaded and ruthless landlord in Nizam area. Bhadranna also likes Sailaja and wants to marry her. Ranga... See full summary »
Vicky (Prabhas), an expert in gaming software, lives in Australia and never compromises in his life, a principle he adheres to since his childhood. He believes that one should be oneself in... See full summary »
Bujji(Prabhas) runs away from his home in his childhood because of a dispute with his girlfriend Chitti(Trisha). He ends up in Chennai for 12 years, and the rest of the story is about how they meet now to make their love successful.
A poor man from a small village attends an urban college and wins the heart of a woman from a wealthy and powerful family. Her relatives disapprove. Eventually, the pair flee into the forest and are pursued by her angry family.
Suresh Krishna knows the mass pulse. If given a good script, he can show the undercurrent heroism to the maximum extent. Likewise, he maintained the tempo till the flashback is narrated. But he missed that mass touch in flashback and meandered through the love episode of Anshu-Prabhas, which slackened the pace of the film and interest among the audiences. He got the grip again on the subject when the flashback completed. Suresh Krishna used his strength of narrating mass story in this film. However, he has not succeeded in conveying the main point of the film. First half of the film is good. But the flashback part in the second half is boring. But the director got back the grip when flashback is completed. It's a stylish mass film that might be appealing for the masses. The main complaint about the film is that there is no story. 'Raghavendra' is definitely worth a look to see Prabhas's performance! Watch it if you're bored watching critically applauded movies
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