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Iddaru Athala Muddula Alludu

Iddaru Athala Muddula Alludu

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Balu (Rajendra Prasad) is an aspiring singer who comes to Hyderabad and meets up with his uncle Chandra (Suman), who has 2 wives (Sita and Kovai Sarala) who stay in neighbouring bungalows, and who hate each other. Chandra splits his time between them, and tells Balu to work as a servant in his houses so his wives do not consider him a burden.Balu is street-smart and quickly ingratiates himself with both of them -- and his heroics (yes, this one has Rajendra Prasad as an action hero) win over the daughters (Harathi and Keerthi Chawla), both of whom want to marry him. Each of the wives takes it up as a personal challenge to get Balu to marry her daughter, and, unable to decide what to do, Balu and Chandra hatch a plot where Balu tells them that Chandra has committed suicide. The wives are shattered, and, after being made to leave their bungalows by the finance companies which Chandra had borrowed from, move to a small house that Balu has searched for them. There the women bond, and the daughters get pally enough where each wants to sacrifice Balu for the other, causing a completely different problem now. The film doesn't have enough of the funny lines that characterize a pure-comedy film, nor the cast. Venu Madhav is the only other reputed comic actor, though he is in a completely independant and brief side-track.

Release Date: Nov 24, 2006
Language: Tollywood Length: 02 hrs 06 mins
Cast: Rajendra Prasad, Keerthi Chawla, Harathi, Suman, Seetha, Kovai Sarala, Venu Madhav
Director: Devanand
Music Director: Prasad
Producer: G.sudarshan
Genre: Family, Comedy
Advisory: U/A
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Iddaru Athala Muddula Alludu Balu (Rajendra Prasad) is an aspiring singer who comes to Hyderabad and meets up with his uncle Chandra (Suman), who has 2 wives (Sita and Kovai Sarala) who stay in neighbouring bungalows, and who hate each other. Chandra splits his time between them, and tells Balu to work as a servant in his houses so his wives do not consider him a burden.Balu is street-smart and quickly ingratiates himself with both of them -- and his heroics (yes, this one has Rajendra Prasad as an action hero) win over the daughters (Harathi and Keerthi Chawla), both of whom want to marry him. Each of the wives takes it up as a personal challenge to get Balu to marry her daughter, and, unable to decide what to do, Balu and Chandra hatch a plot where Balu tells them that Chandra has committed suicide. The wives are shattered, and, after being made to leave their bungalows by the finance companies which Chandra had borrowed from, move to a small house that Balu has searched for them. There the women bond, and the daughters get pally enough where each wants to sacrifice Balu for the other, causing a completely different problem now. The film doesn't have enough of the funny lines that characterize a pure-comedy film, nor the cast. Venu Madhav is the only other reputed comic actor, though he is in a completely independant and brief side-track.. thumbnail text Be the first to review
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