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Krishna: The Power of Indrakeeladri (2008)

Krishna, a software engineer, falls in love with Sandhya at first sight. However, not only is Sandhya the sister of a don named Shinde but also has an admirer in the form of Jakka, another criminal.

Director:

V.V. Vinayak

Writers:

Siva Akula (story), Siva Akula (dialogue) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Ravi Teja ... Krishna 'Kittu'
Trisha Krishnan ... Sandhya
Brahmanandam ... Bobby
Mukul Dev ... Jakka
Sayaji Shinde ... Shinde
Chandramohan Chandramohan ... Krishna's brother
Sudha Sudha ... Krishna's sister-in-law
M.S. Narayana
Jayaprakash Reddy ... Jakka's uncle
Suneel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tanikella Bharani
Rajan P. Dev
Karate Kalyani Karate Kalyani ... Bobby friend
Srinivasa Rao Kota
Venu Madhav

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Storyline

The film is about Krishna, who was once a software engineer but quits his job to give it to his friend and is unemployed in the city of Vijayawada. Sandhya is a girl from Hyderabad who studies in college and comes to Vijayawada for her vacation to stay with her elder brother and his wife. Krishna falls in love with Sandhya at first sight and starts chasing her to win her heart and enters the upper portion of their house as tenants with his brother and sister in law. In this process Krishna will have clash with Local Rowdy Lanka Raju. Written by Salman Arif Mahmud

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This movie is a winner!
27 January 2008 | by slifer9999See all my reviews

Out of the four Ssankranti films (OKKA MAGADU, POURUDU, KRISHNA, & VAANA), I happened to like Krishna above all. Without Bramhanandam, this movie is dead. He single handedly dominates the comedy in this film (Venu Madhav & MS Narayana did well in their roles too). Ravi Teja proves that only he can do such roles. Trisha looks much better compared to SAINIKUDU & AMAV. This movie seems more like a Sreenu Vytla film more than a V.V.Vinayak film. Nevertheless, Vinayak did a good job in not creating any boring scenes. Songs are good too. I was quite disappointed with Chota K. Naidu's work in earlier films AATA & SHANKARDADA ZINDABAD, but in this film, the cinematography makes the film look very rich, especially in the songs. To sum things up, this movie is a winner all the way!!


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Country:

India

Language:

Telugu

Release Date:

31 January 2008 (Kuwait) See more »

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Budget:

INR140,000,000 (estimated)
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