Kedi (2010 film)

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Directed by Kiran Kumar
Produced by D. Siva Prasad Reddy
Music by Sandeep Chowtha
Cinematography Sarvesh Murari
Release date(s)
  • February 12, 2010 (2010-02-12)
Country India
Language Telugu

Kedi (Telugu: కేడి; English: Conman) is a 2010 Telugu language film directed by debutant Kiran Kumar. The film stars Nagarjuna and Mamta Mohandas in the lead roles. Ankur Vikal (Slumdog Millionaire fame) plays the role of the antagonist. Music was scored by Sandeep Chowtha, who previously scored music for Nagarjuna's earlier films Ninne Pelladutha (1996), Chandralekha (1998), and Super (2005). The film released on February 12, 2010.It was dubbed into Hindi as " Gambler No. 1".


Ramesh, nicknamed Rummy (Nagarjuna) loves his childhood friend Janaki, who asks him to become rich and powerful before marrying her. With this motive, Rummy starts gambling and becomes rich in no time.

ACP Sekhar (Sayaji Shinde) takes notice of his activities and attempts to catch him. Rummy then moves to Goa where he meets Chandra (Ankur), a pub owner who also runs gambling in it. Both of them enter into a deal. While on the task, Rummy rescues Sara (Paula) from Victor. Sara’s sister Nadia (Linda) falls in love with him. Another woman, Sandhya (Mamta Mohandas), enters his life. She helps him in his task. Meanwhile, differences arise between Rummy and Chandra, and they become rivals. How Rummy encounters the situation with Janaki forms the rest of the story [1]



The film went through a series of name changes in production from Rummy to Mayagadu to Mosagadu, before the producers agreed on Kedi.[2] A Tamil dubbed version of the movie was also released and Tamil version was named Singa Vettai.[3] The film also dubbed in Hindi with name Gambler No1.

The film was released on February 12, 2010, worldwide.

Kedigadu : Sunidhi Chauhan

Neeve Na Neeve Na : Arijit Singh, Neha Kakkar

Enduko Enthaki : Saleem Shahida

Short And Sweet : Sandeep Chowta

Relarey : Sonu Kakkar

Neelo Emunnadi : Rahul Nambiar

Janiya Jane : Neha Kakkar

Kedigadu (Orchestra) : Sunidhi Chauhan

Muddante (Remix) : Tippu, Geetha Madhuri


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