Radhakrishnan (Dhanush) alias Rocky is a 10th grade dropout youngster who is looked down upon by his father (Pratap Pothen), because of his sharp contrast to the rest of the family, who are well qualified in education. Rocky spends most of his time in a mechanic shop with his colleagues (Mayilsami, Nellai Siva and others). Rocky's friends advise him to love and marry a well educated girl so that his name will be added with her name after marriage ie, indirectly he gets a degree after his name. So, earnestly he looks around by hovering around women's colleges to find a perfect girl for his mission. He finally succeeds in his attempt and makes Gayathri (Tamannaah Bhatia), a well-educated rich girl fall for him. He starts to honestly love her and takes her for shopping to a mall where she is confronted by a group of rogues who work for Rami Reddy (Sayaji Shinde) who is a rival of Samarasimma Reddy (Suman). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Radhakrishnan (Dhanush) alias Raakhi is a 10th grade dropout youngster who is looked down upon by his father (Pratap Pothen), because of his sharp contrast to the rest of the family, who ...
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Kay R (ru) wrote: kids and grown ups in our house enjoy this movie :)
Robert S (fr) wrote: I cannot wait to see this. Check out the trailer.
Paul D (ca) wrote: Poor story which is frankly a mess with an ending that is tacked on.
Aaron W (ru) wrote: very poor horror film. The original remake was pretty gory yet this one shys away from the gore and doesn't even deliver a story really... disappointed...
Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Casey B (kr) wrote: This biting dark comedy has its moments but turns too heavy handed by the end.
Kerri L (nl) wrote: A far departure from the first.
Pierluigi P (it) wrote: I guess I rather watch slices of cake than slices of life. Hitchcock was always right. Why is that some filmmakers think they are giving us profound, meaningful messages through flat out nothingness?
Hunter D (mx) wrote: A fun romp full of Chinese hopping vampires, taoist magic, and broad comedy. Something that bothers me about Chinese comedy from this period is how the actors always mug for the camera. It doesn't really hurt any movies like this in any major way, after all, I'm a Jackie Chan fan, and he's guilty of it in his early work! There's lots of fun boo-scares, some good laughs, and lots of kung-fu vampire fights and Taoist ghostbusting that would have the Ghostbusters themeselves taking notes.
Adam R (de) wrote: More out-there than I had expected. It was OK, but didn't come close to matching the first film. (First and only viewing - 9/20/2014)
Christopher B (nl) wrote: Had high hopes. Just ok in my opinion.