Hungama (2005 film)

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Hungama
Directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy
Produced by R. R. Venkat
Written by Janardhan Maharshi (dialogues )
S. V. Krishna Reddy (story)
Starring Ali
Abhinayasri
Venu Madhav
Jyothi
Brahmanandam
Tanikella Bharani
Kota Srinivasa Rao
Music by S. V. Krishna Reddy
Cinematography V Srinivas Reddy
Edited by V.Nagi Reddy
Distributed by RR Moviemakers
Release date(s) April 28, 2005
Running time 140 min.
Country India
Language Telugu
Budget 5 crores

Hungama is a Telugu comedy film directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy. The film was released on April 28, 2005 and was a moderate hit. This was a loose remake of 1998 Malayalam movie Mattupetti Machan and Banda Paramasivam Tamil flick which released in 2003. It is also remade in Hindi in 2012 as Housefull 2

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Pedda Babu (Kota Srinivasa Rao) and Chinna Babu (Tanikella Bharani) are step brothers and also neighbors each with a beautiful daughter. Balaraju (Sunil) gets insulted when he visits the house of Chinna Babu for a marriage proposal. Balaraju wants to seek revenge by making sure that Vidya Jyothi – daughter of Chinna Babu – would get the worst youngster as husband.

After research, Balaraju closes on Balu (Venu Madhav) who is an herb selling fraudster. Due to certain misunderstanding, he enters the house of Peda Babu and tries seducing his daughter, Divya (Abhinaya Sri). Bala Raju finds another worthless youngster called Badri (Ali) who is a pimp by profession. Both Balu and Badri claim themselves as sons of billionaire Jamindar to impress Chinna Babu and Pedda Babu. Balu and Badri makes Divya and Vidya fall in love with them respectively.

The film ends with how the characters' lives end well. This film ran for 100 days in 23 centres and also managed a profit.

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