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A young woman becomes embroiled in a financial and political conspiracy while studying in Spain, as she meets a young musician with a somewhat dark past unfolded through the pages of his lover's diary.
Neelakantha Naidu (Prakash Raj) had a daughter Gangotri (Aditi Agarwal) after a long time. But as per her horoscope the infant child has a threat from water. So Neelakantha always takes ... See full summary »
Bheeshma Narayan (Prakash Raj) is a religious guru who prepares an army for the protection of all the ancient Hindu temples from terrorists. Of all the valiant and talented warriors in this elite army, Badrinath (Allu Arjun) is one who is groomed by Bheeshma Narayan and wishes to make Badri his successor. Once, a group of terrorists attacked Amarnath Temple and killed some devotees, Badri fought and killed those criminals, saving both the temple and the devotees. Meanwhile Alakananda (Tamanna), who is a staunch agnostic due to certain circumstances, along with her family is visiting Badrinath Temple, to which Badri is appointed as the protector. Her grandfather explains to Badri that she is in danger as Sarkar (Kelly Dorjee), a dreaded don, is trying to force her marriage with his son. On the request of her grandfather, Badri helps Alaknanda to gradually believe in God's existence. Eventually Alakananda falls deeply in love with Badri, unbeknownst to him, and is not willing to lose ...
Regarding her body exposure in the film, the heroine Tamannaah Bhatia in an interview said she reveals only as much as she is comfortable with and that with her body she can carry off sexy clothes, and besides every woman should embrace her inner sex goddess. See more »
During the climax scene, when Badri jumps to save Alakananda, he's barefoot, but in the very next frame, when he catches the axes in his hand, we can see shoes in his legs.
Contradiction : The shoes might have been lying outside the temple and upon landing on ground, the shoes might have gone easily into his legs where they were kept. See more »
The film's title is revealed by first showing the shining sword of the hero. See more »
The Hindi version of the film has been rated UA by the Indian Censor Board with some cuts, while the original uncut version still remains unrated till date. The uncut version contains more violence, gore and some glamour, the deletion of which did not prove to hinder the film's censored version. See more »
The writing on the wall is clear: the mega success & ringing cash- registers of "Magadheera" has prompted the makers to attempt "Badarinath". Sadly none in the production team cared less to deliver a good Chandamama story. Everyone seems to be blinded by the glitter and gloss of the production values that results in a soulless pot boiler called "Badrinath".
Allu Aravind has put in lots of effort especially in the action sequences. Sadly he should have concentrated on his performance too.
Tamanna plays as usual the glam-doll, a stereo type character she prefers.
Prakash Raj is loud.
Kelly Dorjee & Ashwini Kalsekar are passable.
The plot opens up with lots of promise but sadly loses it steam as it chugs along and passes through the predictable path offering nothing new to the audience in terms of novelty.
"Magadheera" was a game-changer. It awakened the mythological sentiments which was lying dormant in the Telugu audience. And certainly the credit goes to the unstinted effort poured by Rajamouli. V V Vinayak clearly has a long way to go before he can make a mark for himself.
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