Ajay (Mahesh Babu), a wannabe Kabbadi champion rescues a seema girl Swapna (Bhoomika Chawla) from the clutches of a ruthless factionist leader Obul Reddy (Prakash Raj), who is obsessed with the idea of marrying this beautiful girl. Ajay is a Kabaddi player and is the son of an Assistant Commissioner of Police (Mukesh Rishi). Obul Reddy is a factionist in Kurnool. He falls in love with Swapna. Obul Reddy kills Swapna's brother (Achyut) as he rejects his offer to marry Swapna.. Obul Reddy catches her when she starts fleeing because by coincidence Swapna gets into one of the lorries owned by him. At this juncture, Ajay - who is in Kurnool to play Kabaddi games - rescues Swapna from the hands of Obul Reddy and takes her to Hyderabad. Ajay takes Swapna to his house and hides her in his room. Ajay, with the help of friends, arranges passport, visa and flight tickets for Swapna.
Javarius D (au) wrote: J.Michael Trautmann is such an amazing actor & the entire film was done very well by all!
Nathan P (de) wrote: Looks awesome......... I grew up out there and it is a depressing place to live.
Guye J (us) wrote: My question is with these Paranormal movies is if these footages suppose to be real life events then why have casts and a director? Why do you have a guy walking around with a camera video taping everything from conversations to people sleeping in the bedrooms! Why is the police not being called if noises is being heard in the house? Knowing there are evil spirits in the house, why know one hire a priest? These movies are so fake!
Sergel C (it) wrote: Surprisingly very good low budget thriller which had flashes of the greatness of the Silence of the Lambs.
Lory (jp) wrote: Muy interesante ....
Rhady N (es) wrote: Very far from perfect, but worth the watch, especially for fans of the genre.
GM W (us) wrote: Director, Scott Frank, gives us a riveting and suspenseful crime thriller, that stars, Liam Neeson. This film is amazingly shot, and is incredibly dark and maniacal. The mood is on point, this film is truly amazing!
Sara D (au) wrote: great actors... although i did not prefer Sorvino in the lead role. the story lags a bit in the middle.
Ashley C (au) wrote: Always nice when you can see a film at one point in your life and have it hit you on one level, then see it eight or nine years later and have it hit you on a completely different level.
Farheen A (it) wrote: my all time fav movie hav seen it lots of time lov de movie...........
Jude P (jp) wrote: What else you need from a movie ?
Miranda Z (mx) wrote: Very cute. Very sweet. Extremely formulaic, but attempts to subvert the tropes of the generic rom-com. Either way, What's Your Number is buoyed by its star-studded cast, a propensity to not take itself too seriously ... and, hello Chris Evans!