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Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (U/A)

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30 Nov 2012
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After an unsuccessful attempt - Naa Ishtam, Rana Daggubati is back with Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (KVJ), which is described as his re-launch film. This movie has two heroes - Rana and wonderful story. Rana has chosen perfect script to become a commercial hero and with his electrifying performance, he surely rocks you and proves that he is also a mass hero.

Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum is a high-octane action movie and Rana Daggubati's stunning acting is the main highlight of the film. Besides this, Krish's fastest script, Mani Sharma's music, Gnanasekhar's cinematography, Sai Madhav Burra's dialogues, wonderfully choreographed fights, Venkatesh-Sameera and Hazel Keech's item numbers, JK Murthy's art direction, Tirumala's costumes and Chittor Srinivas' make-up are the other attractions of the film.

The story of Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum is set in the backdrop of Surabhi Theatre, which is an ancient art form, which is on the verge of dying out. Director Krish has combined this art form with the contemporary issue of mining in this action adventure movie, which has a philosophy told in a beautiful commercial format. Everyone has his/her own perceptions and beliefs, but not many will lead a noble life. This film will teach you how to live a great life. Krish scores full marks for creating an interesting story and narrating it beautifully on screens.

B,Tech Babu (Rana) is the grandson of a legendary theater actor Subrahmanyam (Kota Srinivasa Rao), from Surabhi group. He is a typical young man and he wants to complete his studies and leave for USA. But his grand father forces him to perform one last drama 'Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum' at the Bellary Natakotsavam before he moves out of the country. This is when he bumps into reporter and documentary filmmaker Devika (Nayantara), who makes him realise the daylight robbery and alleged mining run by Reddappa (Milind Gunaji) and Chakravarthy (Murali Sharma) in Bellary. How this reporter changes a selfish actor into a selfless and courageous human being will form the crux of the story.

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