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Golkonda High School (2011)

A school, currently in financial troubles, hires an ex-student with a chequered past, Sampath, to regain the glory of its once famous cricket program.


Srinivas Avasarala (additional dialogue and commentary), Mohana Krishna Indraganti (dialogue) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Sumanth ... Sampath
Swathi Reddy ... Anjali (as Swathi)
Subbaraju Subbaraju ... Kireet
Tanikella Bharani Tanikella Bharani ... Vishwanath
Shafi Shafi
Jhansi Jhansi
Hema Hema
Harimohan Paruvu Harimohan Paruvu
Rachakonda Vidyasagar Rachakonda Vidyasagar ... Umpire (as Rachakonda Vidya Sagar)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sai Pradeep Mocherla Sai Pradeep Mocherla ... Shameem
Rohit Ranka Rohit Ranka ... Noel
Sreenivasa Sayee Sreenivasa Sayee ... Siddhanth
Santosh Shoban Santosh Shoban ... Gowtham
Sivannarayana Sivannarayana


A school, currently in financial troubles, hires an ex-student with a chequered past, Sampath, to regain the glory of its once famous cricket program.

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Drama | Family







Release Date:

12 January 2011 (India) See more »

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Art Beat Capital See more »
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At the end of the movie when the winning run is scored it shows the batsman sliding along the ground. When he is laying on his back his shirt is dirty. When the rest of the team go to congratulate him his shirt is clean. See more »


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Sung by Geetha Madhuri and Sri Krishna
Composed by Kalyana Ramana
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Truly educative and entertaining...
23 October 2012 | by vcastilinoSee all my reviews

As I watched the movie, I couldn't help but note the similarities with the English movie, Coach Carter. However, GHS has its highs and I do appreciate the movie as a whole. Sumanth plays the lead role well, but not as impressive as in Godavari. Besides the fact that it was shot at Don Bosco High School, Hyderabad (my own school) there are several aspects of the movie that appealed to me.

The storyline and the overall moral and message delivered through the movie: Games are an integral part of education and children have a right to play. In an age where books and ranks alone offer a bright future, the movie rightly points out the importance and the great values that sports and games inculcate in students. The movie does not downplay the academic part of education. Even though it does subtly make a caricature of teachers, students and the classroom, the overall impression conveyed is healthy. The role of educators as ones who mould the hearts and minds of students with firmness and an equal dose of love and concern is well portrayed.

The message by the coach to his pupils that a true man is not one who twirls his moustache and is ever-ready for a fight but one who is willing to take any risk and face any danger to achieve what he considers his true calling, is great. The focus is rightly maintained on the boys (team) rather than the romance of the coach and the English teacher. All along the movie, values like courage, perseverance, team spirit, friendship, upholding truth, solidarity and a willingness to change for the better are portrayed realistically and artistically.

However a few things I thought the director could have avoided so as to ensure that the sub-plots do not mar or give wrong ideas: the use of cell phones in schools, the overuse of foul language by the students (though it does present a realistic picture), and the rather 'silly' teachers essaying the role.

On the whole, a movie worth watching and emulating. It rightly focuses on values rather than slapstick comedy or silly entertainment.

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