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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.
The Mumbai-based Programme Director of Maa TV, Bunty Govil, gets into a physical confrontation with Mukesh, injures him so badly that he is hospitalized. In order to evade confrontation ... See full summary »
A group of friends are brought forcefully to a village, where they are asked to help find the daughter of the village head, who believes these friends have helped in the eloping of his daughter with her love interest.
Somaraju (Prakash Raj ) is a leading business man in Visakhapatnam . Mysamma (Mukesh Rishi ) is a close member of Somaraju, who handles the deals of Somaraju in Hyderabad . Mahalaxmi (Gowri... 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 ...
The film's title is revealed by first showing the shining sword of the hero. See more »
The film's theatrical version has some fight scenes partially censored, with the frames going blank when some gory violence occurs. However, in the digital version as well, we can see the same blank frames, with some other portions of fights being cut. The DVD version, however, contains the fights in entirety. See more »
Badrinath is something I never expected. Allu Arjun decides to earn the respect Ram Charan Teja earned for Magadheera and he whips out a sword and kills 100s of goondas. Not just that, his character is made of a stylish personality and a god-fearing priest who's heading an ancient rivalry. How do you blend 2 poles in one? Make up your freakin' mind guys! Badrinath is unbelievably ridiculous that at one point, all we crave for is Tamanna's skimpy clothing.
Although she appears in very limited scenes (this being an Allu Arjun film), she provides her gracious charm in the given scenes. The songs were good and have been shot extensively around Tamanna and her slightly-chubby waistline. I wonder if sex & violence alone can sell more than a reasonable storyline? If Badrinath sold well to audiences, the promise of a better future to sensible Indian Cinema is almost over.
P.S. In case you're thinking on watching the film for the 3 songs featuring Tamanna's slightly-chubby waistline, watch it on youtube. Save your money!
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