Shiva (Kartikeya) is a village youth who falls for a city bred girl Indu (Payal). As a passionate romance brews, Shiva falls madly in love with her, but things don't turn out as expected. ...
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Shiva (Kartikeya) is a village youth who falls for a city bred girl Indu (Payal). As a passionate romance brews, Shiva falls madly in love with her, but things don't turn out as expected. Indu got married to someone else and departs to USA ,but Shiva waits 3 years for her in mad hope of uniting with her. She returns to their village one day, but does Shiva get her back?Written by
Arjun Reddy was fresh in my mind when I saw the trailer of RX100, and naturally I had it in my wishlist. But I'm utterly disappointed after watching this movie. They have glorified all that is not to be. The director wants us to sympathize with the "hero" of the film, while he did stupid things to ruin his and the people's life who loved him. Thus, he sends a very wrong message. You will understand why HERO is in quotations if you do watch this movie. Definitely not recommended.
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