The Mumbai-based Programme Director of Maa TV, Bunty Govil, gets into a physical confrontation with Mukesh, injures him so badly that he is hospitalized. In order to evade confrontation ... See full summary »
Since 1965 bitter hatred and animosity has reigned between two families, namely that of Indrasen's and the Reddys, which results in the death of Indrasen's dad, and his two uncles, one of ... See full summary »
A government college guy with no aim is sent out of house by his father. At the same time his brother who is a boxing champion, gets hurt. He then finds his aim to take his brothers place and wins the match.
Badri (Pawan Kalyan) is an ad agency director whose parents are settled in the USA. He has a love called Vennela (Renu Desai), who is a close family friend of Badri's family. Their parents want these two to tie the knot.
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I watched Shankardada Zindabad just last night and have to say I am very disappointed with Chiranjeevi and the makers of the movie. First of all, Chiranjeevi looks very fat and bulky. His dances weren't as good as his dances in Tagore and Indra. Secondly, Karishma Kotak is not glamorous at all. I really wondered why they put her in the film. They should have put Asin or Nayantara or Vidya Balan. But Karishma Kotak really works against the film. Thirdly, the cinematography (lighting) wasn't as good as Chota K. Naidu's other films as cinematographer. One would expect GREAT dances from the combination of Chiranjeevi and Prabhudeva. But Prabhudeva also failed to live upto those expectations as well. The only plus point of the movie is Devi Sri Prasad's music.
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