Malliswari (2004 film)

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Malliswari poster.jpg
Directed by K. Vijaya Bhaskar
Produced by Daggubati Suresh Babu
Written by Trivikram Srinivas
Starring Venkatesh
Katrina Kaif
Music by Koti
Cinematography Sameer Reddy
Edited by Sreekar Prasad
Distributed by Ramesh Productions
Release date(s) 18 February 2004
Country India
Language Telugu
Budget INR25 crore (US$4.2 million)

Malliswari (Telugu: మల్లీశ్వరి) is a Telugu romantic comedy film that stars Venkatesh and Katrina Kaif. The film was written by Trivikram Srinivas and directed by K. Vijaya Bhaskar, and emerged as a blockbuster.[1] The film was later dubbed into Malayalam as Malliswari, the Princess.[2]Katrina received a paycheque of INR75 lakh (US$130,000) of remuneration which was the highest in South film industry at the time.


Malliswari (Katrina Kaif) is the heiress of Raja of Mirzapur (M. Balaiah). Her deceased father wrote in his will that she would inherit the property worth 750 crores after she becomes major at the age of 21. The entire property is under the care-taking of Bhavani Shankar (Kota Srinivasa Rao), who wants to inherit the entire property by killing her. As he hatches the plans to eliminate Malliswari, she is sent to Visakhapatnam to a relative's place as a normal girl so that she can live with anonymity. Prasad (Venkatesh) works as bank accountant in Andhra Bank there. He is a bachelor who has been desperately seeking for marriage alliance for the past seven years. He would be looking at every unmarried girl with dreams in his eyes. He accidentally meets Malliswari and falls deeply in love with her. Malliswari is traced by the goons there and they start running after her. Prasad escorts her and drops her safely in Hyderabad. The rest of the story describes what happens next and the eventual conclusion of the plot.




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