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Malliswari (2004)

When her father dies, a wealthy heiress is sent to another city to protect her from people who try to harm and manipulate her. Living under an assumed identity, she meets a handsome banker and falls in love with him.

Director:

Vijay K. Bhaskar (as Vijaya Bhaskar)

Writers:

Vijay K. Bhaskar (screenplay) (as Vijaya Bhaskar), Trivikram Srinivas (dialogue) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Venkatesh Daggubati ... Prasad (as Venkatesh)
Katrina Kaif ... Malliswari
Kota Srinivasa Rao ... Bhavani Prasad
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ganesh Babu Ganesh Babu
Banerjee ... (as Banerji)
Tanikella Bharani
Brahmanandam ... Balu
Chalapathi Rao Chalapathi Rao
Gajala ... Special appearance
Hema Hema ... Bank worker
Balaiah M. Balaiah M.
Aahuthi Prasad
Rajitha Rajitha
Gautam Raju Gautam Raju ... (as Gowtam Raju)
C.V.L. Narasimha Rao C.V.L. Narasimha Rao
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Malliswari is the heiress of Raja of Mirjapur. Her deceased father wrote in his will that she would inherit the property worth 750 crores after she is no longer legally a minor - at the age of 21. The entire property is under the care-taking of Bhavani Prasad, who wants to inherit the entire property by killing her. As he hatches the plans to eliminate Malliswari, she is sent to Vizag to a relative's place as a normal girl so that she can live with anonymity. Prasad works as bank accountant in Andhra Bank at Vizag. He is a bachelor who has been desperately seeking for marriage alliance for the past seven years. He would be looking at every unmarried girl with dreams in his eyes. Just call him 'Pellikaani Prasad' and he would get instantly irritated. He accidentally meets Malliswari and falls deeply in love with her. Malliswari is traced by the goons in Vizag and they start running after her. Prasad escorts her and drops her safely in Hyderabad. To know what happened next, you must ... Written by Anonymous

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The Princess

Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Despite it being only her second film and the fact that her performance had to be dubbed over since she doesn't speak Telugu, Katrina Kaif was paid the highest ever salary for an actress in a South Indian film at the time, with seven million rupees for her work. See more »

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Laugh Riot
17 January 2010 | by srini_unlSee all my reviews

This movie is the best comedy film watched by me in the recent times. There is not a single boring moment in the film. Venkatesh plays his role with ease and carried the film on his shoulders. Probably this is the best comedy movie by Venkatesh. Brahmanandam and Sunil also did their roles really well. Kota is excellent in the Villain character. Katrina Kaif is just OK. Rest of the characters did justice to their roles. Excellent dialogues penned by Trivikram Srinivas and a great direction by K. Vijay Bhaskhar. This movie along with Nuvve Kavali, Nuvvu Naaku Nachhav and Manmadhudu were the best movies made by Trivikram-Vijay Bhaskar.


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Language:

Telugu | English

Release Date:

18 February 2004 (India) See more »

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