Baadshah Follow add
Action, Comedy, Thriller
6(4) 157 mins 05 Apr 2013 U/A

Rama Rao fails to get a job with the police force due to his father's connections with a gangster. But when his brother is killed due to the gangster, Rama Rao becomes Baadshah to oppose the gangster.

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Baadshah is directed by Srinu Vaitla and stars NTR Jr and Kajal Aggarwal in lead roles. Rama Rao (NTR Jr) is an IPS Aspirant. He is rejected by police because his father, Ranjan (Mukesh Rishi) works as an assistant to mafia don Saadu Bhai (Kelly Dorji). His brother Siddu (Siddharth Narayanan) is killed by Saadu Bhai. To avenge his brother, Rama Rao unites with his father and police department and attacks Saadu Bhai's business. Rama Rao a.k.a Baadshah gets to know about Saadu Bhai's plans to create a series of bomb blasts in India. To foil Saadu Bhai's plan, Baadshah gets close to Janaki (Kajal Aggarwal) who is the fiance of Aadi, Saadu Bhai's man in police department. In between, Baadshah falls in love with Janaki for real. How Baadshah foils Saadu's plans and also get the girl he loves is the rest of the story.

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Jr NTR

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Navdeep

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Srinu Vaitla

Direction

Bandla Ganesh

Production

S. Thaman

Music

K. V. Guhan

Cinematography

Kona Venkat

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Baadshah is a very effective entertainer for the summer holidays. Brilliant performances from NTR, Kajal, Brahmanandam and M.S.Narayana coupled with a highly entertaining second half are major plus points for the film. Despite similarities to Sreenu Vaitla’s past projects, the film makes for a very enjoyable watch ...

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From the day the film was announced, the expectations were set high because it was bringing a crazy combination of Jr NTR and Sreenu Vaitla. At the same time, there was also some doubt because Vaitla is known for a formula comedy plot and repetitiveness might come in. With the ...

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First half of the film is okay. Second half is entertaining the moment Brahmanandam’s character is introduced. The entire ‘psycho splitism’ episode featuring Brahmanandam is the lifeline of the movie. Plus points of the film are NTR and the entertainment in the second half. On the flip side, the ...

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