Shock (2006 film)

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Directed by Harish Shankar
Produced by Ram Gopal Varma
Written by Kona Venkat (Story, Dialogues)
Harish Shankar (Screenplay)
Starring Ravi Teja
Music by Ajay-Atul
Edited by Bhanodaya
Release date
9 February 2006
Running time
147 minute
Country India
Language Telugu

Shock (Telugu: షాక్) is a 2006 Telugu film directed by Harish Shankar. The film stars Ravi Teja and Jyothika. It was produced by Ram Gopal Varma.[1] It was released on 9 February 2006. [2] The film was remade in Kannada as Prince (2011) starring Darshan.


Sekhar (Ravi Teja) and Madhurima (Jyothika) are a happily married couple who work for an advertising company. Nagesh (Subbaraju) and Divakar (Ravi Kale) are notorious encounter specialists. They shoot Sekhar, mistaking him to be a Maoist. After realizing their mistake, they frame him as a Maoist by planting proof. Lawyer Dharma Reddy (Kota Srinivasa Rao) cheats on his client Sekhar and makes sure that he gets 8-year imprisonment. Madhurima meets Geeta (Tabu), an investigative journalist. As Madhurima and Geeta unite to get clues, Nagesh and Diwakar force Madhurima to commit suicide. Sekhar comes to know of his wife's suicide and becomes devastated. How Sekhar, with the help of Geeta, seeks revenge against Nagesh and Divakar and proves his innocence forms the rest of the story.


Jyothika was selected as the lead heroine making her only collaboration with Ravi Teja.


Ram Gopal Varma was planning to produce a film with Ravi Teja in the direction of Prawaal Raman (Darna Mana Hain fame) in Telugu. Jyotika was also signed as heroine by then. Since Prawaal Raman was a Hindi guy, Ravi Teja wanted a Telugu guy in direction department. He suggested Harish's name as a co-director to Ram Gopal Varma. Harish and Kona Venkat went to Mumbai to listen to the story. RGV gave the narration and Harish told RGV that the script is very good, but won't suit Ravi teja. RGV told him – 'you came from Hyderabad after assisting a couple of films and passing judgment on my story like a pundit. But I like your guts because you spoke frankly without trying to be a sycophant. Since you worked with Ravi Teja and know what works for him, I am willing to offer you a direction chance'. Kona insisted Harish to accept this project.[3]


Music was composed by Ajay−Atul

Track list
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Ni Vente Nene" Chandrabose S. P. B. Charan, Kausalya Ramajogayya Sastry
2. "Madhuram Madhuram" Veturi (lyricist) S. P. Balasubramaniam, K. S. Chithra  
3. "Premante" Ramajogayya Sastry Shweta Pandit 5.06
4. "Cycle Ekki" Chandrabose Chakri, Shweta Pandit  
5. "Kummese Dammunte" Chandrabose Ajay, Kousalya  


  1. ^ Shock Audio Launch
  2. ^ Shock
  3. ^ "Harish Shankar interview – Telugu film director". Retrieved 26 April 2013.

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