Jeetendra (Jagapati Babu) is a power hungry and cruel man from Rayalaseema to whom killing comes very easy. In the process, he commits a crime and learns about the most powerful and ...
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Jeetendra (Jagapati Babu) is a power hungry and cruel man from Rayalaseema to whom killing comes very easy. In the process, he commits a crime and learns about the most powerful and righteous family in the region. The powerful and righteous family is a big joint family that has Jai Dev (Bala Krishna) who fights for the people. Written by
Hero is nowhere near looking good. His voice sounds funny. Worst acting. And how come you guys show a kid with violence. Worst imagination from director in portraying a kid killing people. Don't you watch your own movie? If yes, how come you released this crap in theatres. Story is worst, and how come people come to watch these violent movies with family Most of the parents are stupid to bring their kids to watch these violent movies. Directors nowadays make these violent movies, they are the one should be blamed. The most blame should go to big heroes, who take these frequent violent movies, just for money. Idiots. Crappiest movie, I have ever watched
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