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Story 2: Ramulu (Nagayya) is a weaver from Sirisilla. His grandson is a bright student. Ramulu owes 50000 rupees to a financier and the financier takes Ramulu's son as a daily labour. Ramulu desperately needs money to get his kid back and put him in school. He finds a way of procuring the money and visits Hyderabad along with his daughter-in-law for that purpose.
Story 3: Saroja (Anushka) is a prostitute in Amalapuram. She works for a brothel company and she gets a cut of 20% as the pimp takes away rest of it. Her dream is to go to Hyderabad and start her own brothel company. She dupes her employer and flees to Hyderabad overnight with her hijda assistant.
Story 4: Raheemulla Khureshi (Manoj Bajpai) gets discrimnated in Hyderabad for being a muslim and he wants to leave for Dubai to make a living out there. He gets his visa and was about to fly to Dubai from Hyderabad. But his past catches up with him.
Story 5: Cable Raju (Allu Arjun) is a cable operator in the slums of film nagar. He gets hold of a rich girlfriend (Deeksha Seth). He dupes her saying that he is rich kid and spends lot of money on her. She asks him to take her to New Year party eve for which the entry ticket costs rs. 40000 per couple. He is in search of that money.
|Manufacturer||Sri Ganesh Video|
|Actor||Bramanandam, Manoj Bajpai, Manchu Manoj Kumar, Anushka Shetty, Allu Arjun, Siya, Raghu Babu|
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Jul 7, 2012
Great entertainer and Allu Arjun's best...Although it took just under two years to surface on DVD, this Krish directed Telugu hit is probably one of the most intelligent and equally entertaining films to come out of that industry in recent times. Five characters' seemingly independent lives are interwoven a fast paced bumper ride of a film. This is probably Allu Arjun's best outing on film, owing to his character, Cable Raju, having significantly more depth than the 'big film' roles he usually plays; all the supporting actors turn in good performances too. That along with an excellent soundtrack from M.M. Keeravani (and in particular … (Expand)