Money Money More Money
Four friends Chakry, Abbas, Raghu, Gogi (JD, Mukul Dev, Brahmaji, Kavin Dev) are going through financial crisis and run out of jobs. They finally decide to do a kidnapping and target Maggie ... Read allFour friends Chakry, Abbas, Raghu, Gogi (JD, Mukul Dev, Brahmaji, Kavin Dev) are going through financial crisis and run out of jobs. They finally decide to do a kidnapping and target Maggie (Tara Alisha), daughter of rich businessman Jagadish (Nagababu). They kidnap her and get h... Read allFour friends Chakry, Abbas, Raghu, Gogi (JD, Mukul Dev, Brahmaji, Kavin Dev) are going through financial crisis and run out of jobs. They finally decide to do a kidnapping and target Maggie (Tara Alisha), daughter of rich businessman Jagadish (Nagababu). They kidnap her and get her to the house of Khan Dada (Brahmi) who is now financially bankrupt. In this process, th... Read all
J D Chekravarthy gave a natural act. Interestingly, age doesnt show on him and he looks the same like he was in the first Money movie. Tara Alisha is sizzling hot. Sporting a short banian and tight shorts, she oozed her oomph wherever possible. Acting wise, she needs to work on her expressions and develop ease in front of the camera. Brahmanandam did his best to bring out laughs. However, he was not able to shoulder the film throughout due to the poor etching of his character. Few dialogues tickled the funny bones though. Mukul Dev looks apt for the role and his stern expressions brought some seriousness. Kavin Dev who shot to fame with the Sprite advertisement in TV looks cute. Brahmaji is a deserving talent and is a versatile performer. Not sure why he doesnt get meaty roles and challenging opportunities. Rajeev Kanakala was regular, Venu Madhav was alright, Mayuri was sensuous, good to see Ghajala back, Senthil was a surprise, Subbaraju was brief, Jeeva was okay, Rama Prabha was effective, Nagababu was usual. The others didnt have much to offer except filling the screen.
Abbas (Mukul Dev), Chakri (Chakravarthy), Raghu (Brahmaji) and Goga (Kevin Dev) are friends. Abbas once a rowdy-sheeter turns a black-marketeer of film tickets. Chakri works in a hotel, while Goga runs a pan shop. All of them turn jobless as their shops are removed due to road-widening. Raghu works as a car driver but resigns unable to adjust with quarreling wife and husband, who were his employers. They wanted to earn easy money and plan a kidnap. They select Maggie (Tara Alisha), daughter of a millionaire Jagadish (Nagababu) and kidnap her. They choose Khan (Brahmanandam), who was once a big Realtor, turns bankrupt due to slump in business and keep Maggie in that house. Khan"s wife, son (Ping Pong), daughter, mother-in-law (Ramaprabha) and servant maid (Mayuri) stay together in the building. As Jagadish went abroad, the gang of four had to wait for his return. Meanwhile, they were forced to take into hostage, a pizza delivery boy (Venumadhav), a sales girl Trisha (Gajala), a constable (Rajiv Kanakala), a money lender (Jeeva) and his son Sunil Shetty, because all of them visit the house when the gang of four keep Maggie as hostage in the same house to maintain secrecy. However, as the time passes, Maggie and Chakri fall in love, while Trisha and Raghu too lose heart to each other. But Abbas, who had a criminal background, thought of bumping of all the three others and escape with the money and Chakri wants to save all of them including all the hostages. The remaining part should be seen on-screen.
- Mar 30, 2012