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Yogi (2007)

A mother from a small village searches for her son in Hyderabad; unaware that he has changed his name and is now both a target and a threat for all the gangsters of the city.


V.V. Vinayak


Rajendra Kumar (dialogue), Prem (story) | 1 more credit »




Credited cast:
Prabhas ... Eeshwar Chandra Prasad aka Yogi
Nayanthara ... Nandini
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ganesh Babu Ganesh Babu
Chalapathi Rao Chalapathi Rao
Chandramohan Chandramohan
Rajan P. Dev
Mumait Khan
Srinivasa Rao Kota ... Kotaiah
Venu Madhav
Melkote Melkote
M.S. Narayana
Aahuthi Prasad
Sharada ... Shantamma
Pradeep Singh Rawat ... Narsing Pahilwan

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Eeshwar Prasad is very much attached to his poor mother Shantamma in Bethamcherla. Eeshwar Prasad wants to earn money in Hyderabad so that he can make her life comfortable. He goes to Hyderabad against his mother's will and does not return even after some months. He sends her mails regularly without mentioning his address. The worried mother goes to Hyderabad in search of her son. Meanwhile, Eeshwar Prasad changes his name to Yogi and sets about controlling the goons of the city. The rest of the story is all about whether the son and mother meet or not. Written by Anonymous

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A big downer!
1 December 2008 | by AvinashPatalaySee all my reviews

Having watched Dil and Tagore, one would expect VVV to deliver something above the notch.

The story is filled with too many coincidences and Watching Yogi give you a feel of watching a 70's for there are far too many coincidences in the movie and too many liberties taken. Just remaking a Kannada hit film doesn't justify enough.

Prabas, Nayantara & Sharada are good. They give their best. Rajan P Dev, Pradeep Rawat & Kota justify their roles well. Nothing special about comedy attempts by Venu Madhav & Ali. The actor who plays physically handicapped gives a noteworthy performance.

The story relies heavily on the bonding between the mother and son, and sadly the audience fails to connect. Culrpit: Narration and screenplay. Also perhaps linear presentation of the story would have helped.

PS: The punchline "A feel that never ends" is a big joke!

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10 January 2007 (India) See more »

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