|Directed by||V.V. Vinayak|
|Produced by||Vallabhaneni Vamshi Mohan|
|Written by||Kona Venkat|
|Music by||Devi Sri Prasad|
|Cinematography||Chota K. Naidu|
|Edited by||Gowtham Raju|
|Distributed by||Reliance Big Entertainment|
Adhurs (English : Tremor) is a 2010 Telugu action drama film directed by V.V. Vinayak. The film stars NTR Jr. in a dual-role, and Nayantara and Sheela as female leads. Music is scored by Devi Sri Prasad. The film was a "Hit" at the box-office and was the third successful hit with V. V. Vinayak and Jr. NTR combo.This is NTR's second double acting This movie dubbed in Hindi as Judwaa No.1. This movie was dubbed in Malayalam as "Kavacham". Adhurs was released in 1300 screens all over the world, it ran for 50 days in 128 centres.
The story is about two twin brothers who get separated at birth. Narasimha (NTR Jr.) gets raised by a single mother (Vinaya Prasad) and he becomes an undercover agent to a top cop. Chari (also NTR Jr.) is brought up by a family of traditional Hindu priests. A gang of baddies (Dhanraj (Ashish Vidyarthi) and Don Baba (Mahesh Manjrekar)) are in search of the family of a top scientist. The rest of the story is about the relationship between the scientist and the twins and the comedy generated by switching between the characters.
- NTR Jr. as Chari / Narasimha
- Nayantara as Chandrakala / Chandhu
- Sheela as Nandhu
- Brahmanandam as Bhattacharya / Bhattu
- Mahesh Manjrekar as Don Baba, the main villain
- Sayaji Shinde as Naik, a police officer
- Ashish Vidyarthi as Dhanraj, 2nd villain
- Nassar as Scientist cum Retired Major /Narasimha's Father
- Mukul Dev as Rasool, a big gang leader
- MS Narayana as Bhasha Bhai
- Raghu Babu as Meetha, right hand of Baba
- Tanikella Bharani as Chari's father
- Vinaya Prasad as Narasimha's mother
- Raghu Karumanchi
- Fish Venkat
The film was launched on 23 April 2008 at the Film Nagar Cultural Center in Hyderabad, India. Adurs received a good opening at the box office in Khammam despite threat from some pro-Telangana outfits.It was released in major towns such as Khammam, Palvancha, Sathupally, Bhadrachalam and Wyra. It was screened for four shows without any interruption at all centres barring Yellandu where the theatre management preferred not to go for it following threatening calls received from certain organisations. Police and the TDP played an effective role in ensuring trouble-free screening of the movie.
Rediff gave a four stars said "Brahmanandam is hilarious. Performance-wise, NTR Jr takes the cake. He is simply marvellous as Chari, the Brahmin spouting loud dialogues while his Narasimha is tough yet more sober. NTR presents the contrasts well. All in all, Adhurs is NTR's show all the way!" Sify gave a verdict as "Mass entertainer" noted "NTR brings total justice to his dual role as Chari and Narasimha. His characterisation as a Brahmin youth is simply superb and hilarious, but at the same time raking up a controversy with a group of the Brahmins community approaching the State governor Mr Narasimhan to ban the film. On the other hand, NTR’s role as Narasimha as rugged guy would work well with the mass audience. Nayanthara and Sheela provide the glam quotient while Brahmanandam is hilarious as Bhattu, receiving a big footage which runs into nearly 40 minutes in the film." The Hindu gave a mixed review stated "NTR in two roles is pretty easy with the diction. His dances are amazing and accord the 'mass kick' in the title song that comes before the climax. The humour component is adequately handled by Brahmanandam who hogs the limelight as a Hindu priest."
|Soundtrack album by Devi Sri Prasad|
|Released||5 December 2009|
|Label||Sony Music Entertainment|
|Producer||Devi Sri Prasad|
|Devi Sri Prasad chronology|
The audio released on 3 December 2009. Adhurs soundtrack was composed by Devi Sri Prasad whilst lyrics were penned by Chandrabose & Ramajogayya Sastry. The Soundtrack has Chartbusters like: "Shambho Shiva Shambho", "Pilla Naa Valla Kaadu", "Assalaam Valekhum" and "Chandrakala".
|1||"Shiva Shambho"||Devi Sri Prasad||Jr. NTR||04:40|
|2||"Chandrakala"||Hariharan, Rita||Jr. NTR & Nayantara||04:13|
|3||"Neethone"||Kunal Ganjawala, Shreya Ghoshal||Jr. NTR & Sheela||05:00|
|4||"Where's That?"||Jr. NTR, Rita||Jr. NTR & Nayantara||04:17|
|5||"Assalam Valekum"||Baba Sehgal, Priya Himesh||Jr. NTR, Sheela, Nayantara, Mahesh Manjrekar & Brahmanandam||04:47|
|6||"Pilla Naa Valla Kaadu"||Mika Singh, Suchitra||Jr. NTR & Sheela||04:27|
|7||"Hip Hop (Remix)"||Devi Sri Prasad||Excluded in film||03:58|
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