Set up in Kodaikanal, the story revolves around Rani (Shobhana) an aspiring dancer. Rani meets Raja (Karthik Muthuraman) an aspiring painter and singer. They fall in love with each other as their mutual love for art unfolds at an arts institute/college. Meanwhile, Rani's father (J.V. Somayajulu) hopes to get his daughter married soon. But, Rani is bent on convincing her dad to accept Raja as her future spouse. Further, the drama unfolds when Rani's pregnant sister Kamala (Rajya Lakshmi) and her husband (Sarath Babu) along with their two kids visit from Chennai for Kamala's third delivery. Kamala's husband, who owns a recording studio, leaves to Chennai after a short stay in Kodaikanal.
She loves someone but marries someone else. All three lives struggle until a solution is found. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Abhinandana torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: 1/2 star for the shirtless, semi-naked kellan :D *normal girls and gay guys will surely understand!*for its story? meh! a total zero.where should I begin? oh yeah, the storyline... it is waaaay tooooooooooo superficial and lack plausibility. Sultana? what the fuck is Sultana? kind of nut? nevermind, this movie isn't really worth reviewing
(kr) wrote: I actually really enjoyed watching this movie and insurgent.
(kr) wrote: That's more like it, nice and depressing.
(br) wrote: typical a made-in-hk.
(br) wrote: It should've been a lot better, but for what it was, it was OK.Eyes Wide Shut still remains the best Cruise/Kidman film.
(au) wrote: Rather below average kung-fu comedy about a baby who is abandoned on the doorstep of a Shaolin Temple. The boy grows and is a handyman of sorts at the temps, but venture learns "Crazy Lo Han Fist" to defeat a bandit. The fight choreography is okay if nothing spectacular, but the direction is rather bland. This is not a kung-fu movie to go out of your way to see.
(us) wrote: I'm trying really hard to put aside my Lacanian approach (read: bias ;) towards psychoanalysis... in any case, it's hard to take the plot of this movie seriously... Which doesn't mean that I didn't appreciate the acting (I would watch any movie with Gene Tierney).
(ag) wrote: Keeps you entertained with action packed killing sprees, and ongoing surprise.
(it) wrote: Straight faced satire of slasher films is a lot smarter than the self relative, winking "Scream" films. This film works as both a clever satire, with a pretty funny premiss that turns a major slasher film trope on it's head, and also as a straight slasher. Taken just as a slasher film, it's good, but not up to say "Halloween" or "Deep Red" or even the gleefully over-the-top "Hatchet" franchise. It's unfortunately undone somewhat by a surprisingly conventional climax.