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The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to remove a moment of strong violence (a man slamming a woman's head against a table) and reduce the number of uses of strong language in order to obtain a 12A classification. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
Sometimes you wish if it would get better, sometime you wish if it had finished earlier.
A spiritual sequel to the cult classic and ever-loving Manmadhudu (2002). Had certain expectations. With a director like Rahul Ravindran who had made a good film "Chi La Sow" and on the day Manmadhudu 2 was released, he received a National Award. The actor Sushanth gets to boast off about for doing a really good movie. The same thing can't be said about Manmadhudu 2.
Only saving grace are Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh and Rakul Preet Singh (to a certain extent).
A few laughs here, way more boredom and annoyance there.
Though it was good to see Nagarjuna choosing such a script which even Chiranjeevi or Venkatesh would fear to tread but no matter if by virtue of his looks, Nagarjuna suits the character but by his performance he couldn't save the movie. This wasn't his best performance to be honest.
It was good to have a few sexual jokes in the beginning and the joint (weed) family scene is one of the best scenes from the movie. Vennela Kishita saved it big time by his presence otherwise this movie would've been a huge disaster bcoz the script wasn't very convincing though it was good on paper.
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