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An innocent young lecturer is misunderstood as a pervert and despised by a woman who co-incidentally turns out to be the younger sister of his brother-in-law. Eventually differences subside and love blooms between them.
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 former cricket player nursing his wounds of a failed relationship takes up the task of training his ex-lover's daughter and in the process discovers his feelings towards his wife and her unrequited love for him.
Arjun Reddy, a medico with anger management issues, gets into a brawl with another student and is asked to either apologize or leave college. Arjun prepares to leave but stays back after seeing a first year student, Preethi Shetty. Arjun, along with his friend Shiva, goes to first year class room and announces that he is in love with Preethi and she is exclusive to him. Preethi, although initially afraid of his nature, eventually reciprocates his feelings and their relationship grows stronger over the course of next 3 years. Preethi's father rejects him on the grounds of caste and arranges her marriage with someone else. Arjun protests in front of her house and gets arrested. His father ostracizes him from home for damaging family reputation. He gets an apartment flat with the help of his friend Shiva and joins as a house surgeon in a leading hospital. Unable to forget her, he becomes alcoholic and drug addict. He befriends one of his patients and a leading film star, Jia Sharma, and ...Written by
Brilliant direction with organically written dialogues and an excellent cast. What stands out most in this film when compared to other Telugu films is the lack of hero worship, a story that lies close to reality and the portrayal of love in its pure form. Vijay uplifted the film to an entirely different level, giving it the kind of craze that it has. Radhan's music has done wonderfully with the frames and the scenes. Films like this would directly affect the Indian youth. The dialogues and the direction has made it clear that it is against the idea of objectifying women like most Telugu movies do with their item songs and unrealistic love stories which barely involve interaction on-screen. The protagonist has admirable qualities despite the fact that he has anger management issues and is, for a particular period, addicted to drinking.
True love is timeless and tireless. No reason is strong enough for it to break, and this film showed us just that.
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