Rachcha

Rachcha

'Betting' Raj (Ram Charan Teja) is a local happy-go-lucky guy who makes his living by betting. He lives along with his adopted parents (M. S. Narayana and Sudha) who support his means of living. Tragedy strikes the family in the form of his father who is suffering from a liver ailment. Raj needs 20 lakhs for his father's liver transplant. As he is on the lookout for money, he is approached by James (Ajmal), whom he had already met at an earlier competition, with a betting challenge. James dares Raj to make Chaitra (Tamannaah Bhatia) fall in love, the daughter of powerful betting committee president Bellary (Mukesh Rishi).

'Betting' Raj (Ram Charan Teja) is a local happy-go-lucky guy who makes his living by betting. He lives along with his adopted parents (M. S. Narayana and Sudha) who support his means of living. Tragedy strikes the family in the form of his father who is suffering from a liver ailment. Raj needs 20 lakhs for his father's liver transplant. As he is on the lookout for money, he is approached by James (Ajmal), whom he had already met at an earlier competition, with a betting challenge. James dares Raj to make Chaitra (Tamannaah Bhatia) fall in love, the daughter of powerful betting committee president Bellary (Mukesh Rishi). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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william m (au) wrote: Brosnan is the only thing this spy movie has going for it.

Lee M (gb) wrote: This evocative, deceptively rich slice of life has its own odd voice, and it never fails to be enjoyable.

Dino C (mx) wrote: it's so cool ^.^ i love the AvN

Kenny N (it) wrote: No stars. The taglines on the posters are infinitely better than the movie. If you see a more toothless and lame "thriller/horror/drama" than this, it would have to be on Lifetime Movie Network, which it seems this movie escaped from. It's not scary, it's not thrilling, it's not anything. Just a waste of celluloid with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. I'd call it one of the worst films ever made, but it's so lifeless that any emotional reaction I have to it would be expending more energy on this than anyone involved in making it did.

Peter F (it) wrote: Room in Rome is kind of like the lesbian flip side of Andrew Haigh's Weekend, only with a noticeably larger budget and a more playful tone. Elena Anaya and Natasha Yarovenko are wonderful in their parts, even if audience members are only likely to admire them for their display of skin. Unfortunately, a movie about a one-night stand obviously has to have more going for it than just sexiness. It's repetitive, and there's evidently a lack of a sense of passion that would have made the movie really succeed. Still, if you're looking for erotic cinema on your Netflix account, you could do a lot worse than this.

Sandra V (jp) wrote: Sweet but forgettable rom-com with a good premise that gets squandered half-way through as the action moves to picture postcard Scotland. Dempsey and Monaghan are likeable and their friendship is a delight, but the ending is very formulaic and nothing suggests that Dempsey's character has truly changed, or in fact what his problem was in the first place.

Carlos H (de) wrote: the worst movie of 2007

Winne L (fr) wrote: that was a horrible movie. all the characters are so unrealistic.. and somewhat messed up.

Matt F (mx) wrote: Alan Tudyk was the only thing carrying this movie, and that still didn't make the hour and sixteen minutes worth viewing. This movie attempts to do something artistic, but fails miserably. It sort of reminded me of someone's high school attempt at movie making. If you're considering checking this movie out, you might want to think again.

Tyler P (nl) wrote: Sans doute un des meilleur thriller fantastique. Du velours du dbut la fin.

Jerem M (au) wrote: Nurse Ratchett 2: Flowers in the Attic. Stupid and terrible.

Chris G (us) wrote: Not so much to shock, but more to roar... with laughter...

Iain B (de) wrote: It gets a bit vampirey at the end but it's basically a super hero film and quite an enjoyable one too

Fernando V (es) wrote: its the hest rapping musical i.ever seen