The movie starts with a small introduction that all the female fans of actor Mahesh Babu were "angry" on him when he got married. Even the heroine is one of them, though she is a die hard fan. Although her aunt (Jhansi) keeps telling her that it's not possible to get her married to Mahesh she pays no heed and stays depressed for days. Finally, she compromises with her aunt by demanding that her husband's name must be Mahesh. Her aunt relents and starts the search for the groom, though in vain. Her neighbor, Anand, helps the heroine by searching a seemingly perfect "Mahesh". He becomes friends with him and sees that Mahesh is a classy, handsome guy. Soon, the neighbor introduces the two and the couple seem destined to be together forever—until the twists come with a new heroine, her relationship with "Mahesh" and his past. If their love lasts forever forms the rest of the story.
Ashtachemma Lavanya (Colors Swati) is a hardcore fan of hero Mahesh Babu. And her ambition is to marry hero Mahesh. But her heart is broken when Mahesh married Namrata Sirodkar. She lowers ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: Awesome movie. About time we got him
(de) wrote: i have been told 2 star ill have to buy it so i can rate it properly
(es) wrote: Wow. I'm actually speechless. The deception and infidelity actually brought excitement and passion to all their lives. Wow. I just hope it stops after the wedding cause all their actual love affairs are better off .
(nl) wrote: awesome movie... Vdo excellent..
(gb) wrote: Can teen R&B group Immature take this legendary franchise to previously unseen heights of prosperity? Survey says: YES! 5 stars!
(gb) wrote: Absolute rubbish. A waste of time and money. Pathetic drivel.
(ca) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. It's pretty rare that a horror sequel's special effects look years behind the original. This looks like a horror film for a high school audio/visual class. The script is adolescent, the acting sophmorish and the story convoluted and ridiculous. I really can't find one good thing to say about this movie, and if you've read any of my reviews you know that's a rare quality.
(us) wrote: A million times smarter and sexier than "Basic Instinct", which came out earlier the same year.
(jp) wrote: Jackie's fight with Benny (The Jet) awesome fight.
(ru) wrote: 130829: These movies are classics. Unfortunately they appear as classics now too. Fun but couldn't hold my eight year old's attention.
(ru) wrote: Greatest musical ever made.
(gb) wrote: it was so so horrible it goes all the way down from 0 stars back to 5! So awful you really must see it yourself to believe it.
(ag) wrote: Although distributed under ulterior motives, the film is pleasant and positive. It was pretty much PG in feeling.
(ag) wrote: A sublime work of brutal neo-realism. Fellini's extraordinary visual flair started here. 9/10.
(de) wrote: some gangster cinephiles might bombard this movie for being effeminated by moral code. besides the ending is one of those moralistic preachings you have heard quite enough from old school. the best fun is to observe robinson as the good guy and humprey bogart as the calculated ferocious hoodlum. in spite of its surrender to the censor, it's still a ballistic underrated movie with fast rhyme and classic confrontation of hero and villain. ironically, more than 10 years later....in key largo, robinson plays smelly rat-like mobster johnny rocco slaughtered by the postwar melacholic hero bogart. what a rise and fall. in a nutshell, "bullets or ballots" is easy to chew, suitable for some hectic friday afternoon when you just wanna lay on couch falling asleep without probing too harshly. it would be a choice to immerse yourself in some distinctive section of absolute good and evil then relaxed.
(ru) wrote: It's quite dumb. However, it gets an enthusiastic single star from me for the comic chemistry between its cast; though the gimmick isn't enough to save the sinking ship, these five best friends are clearly having a good time. That must be worth... something. Right?