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Yogi talks about a slum-dweller and brings back the life in the slums, but from a different angle. Yogi features a poor slum-dweller who is but endowed with intelligence. He uses his insight and intelligence to understand his day to day affairs and tackle the issues which crop up as well.
Yogi is remake version of Kannada movie Jogi, this is a action oriented with mother sentiment based movie in which, Eeshwar Chandra Prasad (Prabhas) is the son of Ram Murthy (Chalapati Rao) and Shantamma (Sharada Urvashi). Ram Murthy wants his son to do some job. However, Shantamma pampers Eeshwar very much and hence he doesn't want to leave the village.

Ram Murthy dies and in order to fulfil his last wish, Eeshwar goes to the city to...
Yogi is dubbed version of Telugu movie Yogi. Eeshwar Chandra Prasad (Prabhas) is the son of Ram Murthy (Chalapati Rao) and Shantamma (Sharada Urvashi). Ram Murthy wants his son to do some job. Ram Murthy dies and in order to fulfil his last wish, Eeshwar goes to the city to earn money on the advice of his friend Basha (Ali), who was a pickpocket. Eeshwar could not meet Basha.

Eeshwar gets a job in a tea stall run by Chandranna (Chandra...
Yogi (Yogesh) plays the role of a waiter in a hotel. This movie is about the waiter with his various experiences and the struggles. An interesting event happens in his life which leads to great improvements in his situation.

Yogi is the remake of Tsotsi

Director Gavin Hood must be very unhappy seeing so many unofficial remake of his South African film Tsotsi. Having won many international awards, Tsotsi seems to be a favorite of every filmmaker in...
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Yogish taking a break to tone his body

Loose Mada alias Yogish seems to be feeling strenuous after his movies Painter, Preethse Preethse, Yogi and Ravana embraced failure one after the other in 2009. Now, he is taking a break for five...
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Yogi-Review

First things first, Yogi is an exact copycat of Gavin Hood’s Tsotsi –a film that won 11 International awards including Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language -2006. The film won rave...
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Yogi gets U/A certificate!

Ameer's acting debut Yogi has been censored recently and got an U/A certificate, with few reasonable cuts. Subramanyam Shiva, the Thiruda Thirudi fame, directed the film. Known for its long...
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Tamil films at the Dubai Film Festival

In the recent times, Kollywood producers have patently started following traits of Bollywood and international film industries about promoting their films through International Film Festivals.With...
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