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Nandu (Jr NTR) and his group of friends are happy go lucky guys and he gets struck when he sees Akarsha (Samantha). From thereon, he tries all ways to impress her and finally manages to do that. He is invited for Akarsha's sister marriage and there he meets her father (Mukesh Rishi) who is going through a series of life threats and other issues from hidden enemies. Nandu comes forward and offers to help. However, there is a motive behind Nandu's help and what happens from there forms the rest of the story.Written by
I've seen so many great Bollywood movies, it only figures I'd come across a bad one. I know that Indian movies are long, but this one really did go on too long. The plot just seems to go all over the place. It reminded me of Michael Bay's "Transformers" sequels. Okay, those are still worse than this. There was way too much slow motion and dutch angles being used.
It started off sort of funny, but then just went everything. I guess some of the action was at least creative, but that's not enough to save it. The plot was that a guy fell in love with someone, but there's too many songs to really pay all that much attention to the plot. At least it looks bright. It's nice to know the most prolific producers of movies can make bad ones too. I can't say it's one of the worst films ever made, but I haven't seen "Aag". **
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