Ravi (Ravi Teja) works as a collection agent of ICICI in Bangalore and leads a happy life along with his friends and his father Mohan Rao (Prakash Raj) who wishes to see Ravi married to a ... See full summary »
Daya a fully corrupted officer who is bought up as an orphan, reasons with his girlfriend to bring justice to a girl. He is changed in the process and also finds the characteristics of a family he missed in the people he brings justice to.
Rishi sends to Hyderabad and join in a college as a Hindi lecturer as a part of an undercover operation. He fall in love with her student Vinamra. Rishi has to extract information about Kittu from Vaishali, another student.
Jai (Gopichand) is a fire officer. He happens to help a stranger Ranganath (Brahmaji), who is the right man of Mumbai don Chota Naik (Kabir Duhan Singh). Ranganath turns informer and runs ... See full summary »
Hari (Ram), a DJ, proposes to many girls but none of them accepts his love. One day he sees a beautiful girl Sailaja (Keerthi Suresh) and she seems to like him too, but fear of rejection keeps him from speaking up.
Rama Rao (Jr. NTR) is the son of Ranjan (Mukesh Rishi) who works as an assistant to Mafia Don Saadu Bhai (Kelly Dorji) is an IPS Aspirant. However, he is rejected from police work due to ... See full summary »
Aakash is a guy who wants to become popular. He hits a state minister and joins him. He slowly becomes a friend of the home minister and falls in love with home minister's daughter. On the engagement between them, in the presence of state's chief minister, Aakash gives a huge shock to both the home and chief ministers. Rest of the story reveals the shock, and relations, flashback of Aakash with the ministers. Written by
At times I wondered what am I watching. Bengal Tiger was a gross compilation of the worst clichés and compilation of the biggest mistakes done by South Indian Industry. There was cheap humor in the first half but the second half was the worst I've ever watched. All in all, it was your typical masala movie designed for mass cinema which includes uneducated, illiterate, unemployed Andhra people. Ravi Teja is 47 yet finds himself to romance a 21 year old. Go figure. The woman is objectified and has NO reason to be in the movie besides the horrid dances. Ravi Teja's dance can best be described as one of a dirty grandpa's. His tight pants and horrid shirts make him the subject of a poorly dressed creep. Overall this is nothing special because it's a ravi teja movie.
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