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A well educated idealist, who is a son of Political leader in power wants to correct the rigged political system of favors and corruption. However, this soon becomes a game of power. How ... See full summary »
The movie revolves around eight youngsters, who become good friends in their freshman years when they join the college for their Bachelors in Engineering (B.E.). The life of these young ... See full summary »
This is an urban rom-com in a modern setting where tradition still has a strong hold. The story starts with the "pellichoopulu" or arranged meeting of Prashanth (Vijay Deverakonda) and ... See full summary »
A rural politician marries a widow with kids and gains a respectable position. He trusts his stepson more than his own when it comes to political matters; thus upsetting his son beyond ... See full summary »
Krish once again mesmerises us with his latest film, Kanche. It's a story about a royal Indian army soldier who fought along side of British army against Nazis in world war 2. It simultaneously shows two stories; one in an Indian village which is in turmoil due to feud among different communities and another story which is about war between Nazis and British allies in Italy. No Indian movie in the past according to me has shown the story of Indian soldiers fought in world war 2. Kudos to director Krish for such a brave attempt(it's not new for him) and he doesn't fail. It's a must watch for all the telugu film lovers who lost hopes on Tollywood film industry which is flooded every year with brainless masala flicks. But, the scene seems to be changing. 2015 has already seen great films like Baahubali, Kanche. While Baahubali was amazing with it's stunning visuals, Kanche makes us hook to the seats with it's gripping storyline and great screenplay.
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