Greeku Veerudu

Greeku Veerudu

Chandu (Nagarjuna) is a very selfish, self made and cut throat businessman in New York who runs a successful Event Organizing Agency and is aided by his uncle Sundar (M. S. Narayana), friends Bharath (Bharath Reddy) and Maya (Meera Chopra). Chandu never believes in relationships and family bonding citing them as a mess to discard. He is always involved in romantic activities with many girls sans commitment. Maya loves Chandu but as fate would have it, She marries Kamaraju (Brahmanandam), an aged yet wealthy doctor to rob his wealth. On the advice of Chandu, she applies for divorce and gets the money from him.

Chandu (Nagarjuna) is a very selfish, self made and cut throat businessman in New York who runs a successful Event Organizing Agency and is aided by his uncle Sundar (M. S. Narayana), friends Bharath (Bharath Reddy) and Maya (Meera Chopra). Chandu never believes in relationships and family bonding citing them as a mess to discard. He is always involved in romantic activities with many girls sans commitment. Maya loves Chandu but as fate would have it, She marries Kamaraju (Brahmanandam), an aged yet wealthy doctor to rob his wealth. On the advice of Chandu, she applies for divorce and gets the money from him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kristina K (au) wrote: There is something non pretentious about this movie. It looks to me that no one wants to play but to tell a story and give a message.

Janne S (mx) wrote: Enjoyed it eventhough it was a lot more straightforward thriller than I first imagined. Didn't like how they wrapped up the ending though.

Jeff H (ag) wrote: In my grand attempt to drink non mass marketed beers lately (have you seen my istagrams?) I learned that I've been a sucker all along as probably 75% of these "brands" are all under the Anheuser-Busch InBev label. This documentary takes a deeper look into the beer industry that any beer drinker will find informative and entertaining. Also has some clever spin on politics and marketing. Recommended if you have Netflix AND like beer.

Laura D (nl) wrote: Paul walker is soooo sexy

Osvaldo R (ca) wrote: One of my personal favorites, the story is what makes this a great movie.

Frances H (br) wrote: Well acted drama about a child and his family trying to live with the loss of the mother in a new neighborhood and survive a run-in with the neighborhood psycho, played by Gary Sinise in a role he would elaborate on in Ransom.

Lisa J (es) wrote: SUPER cheesy, and the set was so obviously fake, but good for lovers of cheesy 80's horror.

Timm S (br) wrote: Read The Book, Saw The Movie, Loved Both Versions As A Kid & It Really Set My Imagination Soaring. So Wanted To Be Part Of Something Like This When I Was Young & Nave.

Matt M (us) wrote: As far as music documentaries go, this is effective in its simplest form, as widely constructed with the use of archive footage from concerts, tv show appearences and interviews we see the evolution of The Who, one of the most famous and one of the best rock and roll bands ever. To top it off, there are specially filmed performances including a beautifully shot performance of their famour hit 'Won't Get Fooled Again'. A priceless primary source based document on pop music culture, obviously filled with some amazing music.

Clanoftorturershotmailcom C (us) wrote: I will NOT see a Movie that has this Commie, Traitor, BITCH in it.They don't have a LOW enough rating for her.She can rot in the Hanoi Hilton, for what she did to Our troops during Vietnam.BURN BITCH, BURN

John K (br) wrote: It's criminal that the uncut version hasn't been released in the US. Don't judge the movie by the shortened US version.

Peter W (mx) wrote: Amazing. Totally interesting film with many repetitions of the same storyline from different perspectives to create a comic romp. Only criticism is the cheesy use of the man walking with the "what is truth" sign outside the courthouse. Great songs and dance numbers and great acting all around. George Cukor outdid himself for Gene Kelly's last musical!

Ryan B (gb) wrote: The non-linear storytelling really makes this a powerful film. Combined with introspective performances and assured direction, the movie is an emotional ride.

Jeremy B (it) wrote: Disturbia is the kind of thriller that had you jumping out of your seat. It was an excellent film. The amount of trust was minimal, the suspense was well played, and the acting from Shia Labeouf, Carrie-Anne Moss, and David Morse was spot on.