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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?
A charming playboy who has never had a serious relationship finds himself in a spot of bother when he finally meets the right girl. Will they end up together? Or will his fear of commitment affect their relationship?
Varun (Nithiin) is a hippie vagabond wandering in Spain. He never believes in relationships and earns his living by working in part-time jobs, here he comes across Hayati (Adah Sharma), who... See full summary »
Karthik finishes engineering school and aspires to become a filmmaker. His friend Krishna takes him to director Puri Jagannath and pleads with him to take him as his assistant. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »
The word "jua" mentioned in the tagline translates to "sun" in swahili language. See more »
The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to reduce scenes of strong violence (sight of blood spurts as characters are impaled on a tree branch and or punched or hit in the face with a shovel) in order to obtain a 12A classification. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
Typical telugu movie with nepotist star and hero storyline
This is the biggest time waste picture I've seen.
lack of story
childhish and immature non sensical action scenes
lack of character depth
Basically it seems the movie was made under the thesis that a bunch of
fair skinned girls, a "hero", thousands of fight scenes and other foreign actors
along with costly clothes in dance scenes lead to entertainment.
A pathetic orgy of disastrous scenes with subpar music. It was as if you gave
a blank cheque to a child and said go make a movie kiddo !
Stone faced hero has no emotion or diction, his overconfidence is pompous'and a huge turn off, and he lacks screen presence unlike the 6 foot 2 Mahesh Babu.
Total self-goal scenes with build-ups, over-top dialogues and endless gun scenes.
I think Akhil Akkineni is the Balakrishna of TElugu film. Hope he stops trolling the telugu media and quits films because he is an utter gutter time waster.
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