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The words "Kali-Yuga" are heard in the language of traditional Indians. The Sanskrit definitions describe it to mean that this is Age of Iron, of machines, of evil. It is said that mankind ... See full summary »

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Adivi Sesh ...
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Padma
Sher Ali ...
Raj
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Victim
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Cannibal (as Matthew Bingham)
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Hemanth
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Lalitha
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The words "Kali-Yuga" are heard in the language of traditional Indians. The Sanskrit definitions describe it to mean that this is Age of Iron, of machines, of evil. It is said that mankind will have reached the depths of the Kali-Yuga when man starts eating man, when cows give blood and kill instead of giving milk and life. If Dharma, that is righteousness and honor, stood on four legs in the Golden Age, the Iron Age will have Dharma hobbling on one leg and gasping for breath. In 1989, Six year old Padma's father was murdered by a Brahmin, a priest who should have represented the studying of divinity, and was instead a drug peddler who used his status for greed. Now in 2008, Padma lives alone in the quiet and picturesque town of Shamrock in Belle County. The town is home to some deadly murders, with evidence of cannibalism and torture. Shamrock is also suffering from an unnatural outbreak of the deadly Mad Cow Disease. A lot of the beef and cattle in the town is infected with it and ... Written by Anonymous

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Karma- Do You Believe?


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wowed by this movie
12 September 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Started watching it. The tension builds up as the movie progresses and the way it ends. I did really like the last scene and how the movie came full circle. But still I enjoyed it and would recommend it to all the Andhrites. I was finally wowed by the total experience. Great. Felt good watching a Telugu movie after a very long time. Jade Tailor looks beautiful and though she is a foreigner she manages to get some Indian looks in few scenes. Its purely a bold attempt. No doubt, it is purely for a bold attempt made by speaking about a concept and the high quality of technical standards followed in the execution. The story of the film was penned out of Hindu mythology (which incidentally resembles a part of the Revelations in the Bible, too), and philosophy.


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