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Avinash (Akhil Akkineni) in his childhood meets a girl (Kalyani Priyadarshan as Junnu) and believes that she is his soulmate, and patiently waits to come across her even after growing into an adult. Will they meet again?
When his sister's classmate, Leelaa, comes to spend the summer at his family home, a friendship is forged in few days and when our hero decides to take off on a road trip across the country... See full summary »
Naga Chaitanya Akkineni,
Just one of those regular tollywood films. All nonsense trying hard to compete with the rest of Indian Cinema
Here comes a story whose main character looks like a tryhard bollywood star. The trailer looked revolting and the movie even more. Terrible vfx, low budget movies, and SAME plot lines make the telugu cinema uncomparable to bollywood. Where bollywood has escalated to heights, tollywood remains delusional on their one hit: baahubali. Baahubali seemed to have grasped the nation's attention for a while and brought light to this south Indian film industry. Yet, movies such as Kick 2, Bruce Lee: The Fighter, and the upcoming Bengal Tiger make it clear that Tollywood is very much the same as it was before and Baahubali is nothing more than an exception. Nothing has changed for tollywood and not much will.
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