Bangaru Babu (2009 film)

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Bangaru Babu
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DVD Cover
Directed by Jonnalagadda Srinivas
Produced by K. Ramakrishna Prasad
Written by Madukuri Raja (dialogues)
Screenplay by Dasari Narayana Rao
Story by Dasari Narayana Rao
Based on Rishi (2005)
Starring Jagapati Babu
Meera Jasmine
Shashank
Gowri Munjal
Music by M. M. Srilekha
Cinematography Ch. Ramana Raju
Edited by B. Krishanam Raju
Production
company
Sowbhagya Media Limited
Release date
  • 1 May 2009 (2009-05-01)
Running time
154 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu

Bangaru Babu(English: Golden Boy) is 2009 Telugu, drama film, produced by K.Ramakrishna Prasad on Swobhagya Media Limited banner, story & screenplay by Dasari Narayana Rao and directed by Jonnalagadda Srinivas. Starring Jagapathi Babu, Meera Jasmine, Shashank, Gowri Munjal in lead roles and music composed by M. M. Srilekha. The film recorded as flop at the box office. Most of the scenes in the film has been shot extensively in Jammu & Kashmir.The movie was a remake of Kannada movie Rishi (2005).

Plot

Hari (Shashank) is a junkie with enough rage to cause heat waves on Pluto. He turned out this way because he's never seen his dad, who unceremoniously ditched his unmarried mother, who then died some years later. Now Hari's going around getting doped up with ganja etc., and beating up lecturers. His college wants to expel him, but Ravindra (Jagapati Babu), chairman of the board, declines to do so. He wants to reform Hari and make him top the college. A de-addiction session makes Hari behave like a bull that just saw Govinda's pants, but Ravi plods on.

Meanwhile, in a soggy romantic track, Ravi gets hitched with Meera (Meera Jasmine) when he sees her at a traffic light. Now, Meera's complaint is that Ravi keeps dashing away to attend to Hari. The last straw is when Ravi bunks his engagement to be with him. Even Ravi's family is dead against such behaviour. They don't want him, the chairman of a few dozen companies, getting so close to a wastrel. Maybe because Hari, a supporting character, is eclipsing him with his acting skills.

Now Ravi is forced to tell everyone his secret - Hari's father is none other than Ravi's deceased father. Apparently, the dying gentleman (Murali Mohan) had revealed many secrets in a VCD which he gave Ravi. At this, his mother (Jayasudha) faints. How could her husband do this? He gets away with being in a garlanded photograph and a couple of flashback scenes, whereas she is stuck with this smelly script.

However, she decides she can do nothing but join Ravi in paying for her husband's mistake. She, Ravi and her daughter (Hema) go all out to help the 'other' family in every way they can. But Ravi's elder brother Rajendra (Sonu Sood) is still cheesed off at the whole thing. He just delivered an all-time blockbuster, and now, this? He makes sure Hari gets to know the murky truth, albeit in a very tasteless way.[1]

Cast

Soundtrack

Bangaru Babu
Film score by M. M. Srilekha
Released 2009
Genre Soundtrack
Length 25:11
Label Mayuri Audio
Producer M. M. Srilekha
M. M. Srilekha chronology
Aadi Vishnu
(2008)
Bangaru Babu
(2009)
A Aa E Ee
(2009)

Music composed by M. M. Srilekha. Music released on Mayuri Audio Company.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Gulabi Puvvu" Chandrabose Tippu,MM Srilekha 3:54
2. "Ningiloni" Chinnicharan Hariharan,Nitya Santhoshini 4:34
3. "Galu Galu Galu" Chandrabose Syrona 4:43
4. "16 Va Eata" Chinnicharan Shankar Mahadevan, Chitra 4:00
5. "Sannani Nadumuki" Chandrabose SP Balu,MM Srilekha 4:12
6. "Devude Navvedure" Suddala Ashok Teja Vandemataram Srinivas 3:48
Total length: 25:11

References

  1. ^ "Official Title". fullhyd. 

External links

  • Bangaru Babu Film at Basthi.com
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