Bindaas (2010 film)
|Directed by||Veeru Potla|
|Produced by||Sunkara Ramabrahmam|
|Written by||Veeru Potla|
|Music by||Bobo Shashi|
AK Entertainments ATV
|Box office||est. ₹8 crore|
Bindaas (Telugu: బిందాస్) is a 2010 Telugu action comedy film directed by Veeru Potla starring Manoj Manchu and Sheena Shahabadi. The film was released on 5 February 2010. Made with a budget of ₹3 crore the film was grossed more than ₹8 crore. It was considered as a Hit and also dubbed and released in Malayalam as Happy 2 Happy. It was remade in Kannada as Jinke Mari.
Ajay (Manoj Manchu) and his parents are estranged from their joint family in Rayalaseema. Ajay belongs to the family of Mahendra Naidu (Ahuti Prasad). Seshadri Naidu (Jaya Prakash Reddy) is Mahendra's enemy. They keep killing each other's family members. The story is about how free-spirited Ajay ends this and unites both families.
The movie begins with the argument for the MP post between Mahendra and Seshadri. The party decides that the seat should go to Mahendra. Seshadri and his sons try to create mayhem so that Mahendra's family doesn't move away from the party building. Meanwhile, Seshadri receives a phone call that his brother-in-law was kidnapped by Mahendra's gang. Dismayed, Seshadri asks his sons and henchmen to leave Mahendra's family for the time-being. Once Mahendra's family leaves the party building, they order their followers to leave Seshadri's brother-in-law. However, Seshadri's brother-in-law is killed. Seshadri wants to kill all of Mahendra's family members for revenge. Mahendra orders his men to bring each and every member of the family to his house so they can be secure.
Here comes the introduction of Ajay. He is Mahendra's nephew. Mahendra has three sisters, one of whom is the mother of Girija (Sheena Shahabadi). After some comedy and friendly banter, Girija falls in love with Ajay. Mahendra orders his family not to go out of town. Despite this, Ajay leaves the city with his two cousins to get a cake for Girija's birthday. She makes a bet that should he get the cake, she will kiss him. While returning, the trio stops near a dhaba to get some pakoras. They are attacked by Seshadri's youngest son, who has been staying near the dhaba and maintaining it as his stronghold because he refuses to come home until he fulfills his revenge of killing at least one of Mahendra's family members. Ajay rescues himself and his cousins in time. But Mahendra becomes angry and asks him to leave his house.
Ajay reaches the railway station to catch the train so that he can go back to his place. Before boarding the train, he watches news that there was a bomb attack on everyone back in town. Soon, he leaves for Purushottam Naidu's aka "Guruji" (VijayaKumar) place and takes his advice. Then, Ajay enters into Seshadri's house with the help of his son-in-law Sarath (Sunil) and tries to change everyone. By uniting Seshadri's elder son with his wife and children and his younger son (Subbaraju) with his fiancé, he is almost at his goal. One celebratory day, he convinces them that they should not harm Mahendra's family but they can do whatever they wish with Mahendra. One of Seshadri's friends recognizes Ajay and reveals the latter's secret. Ajay is on the run because Seshadri's family finds out that he is from the enemy camp, and while escaping, he is stabbed. He also finds out that Seshadri's brother-in-law was killed by Guruji's henchman. Everyone learns the truth.
The movie ends happily with the families living together as Seshadri's youngest son marries Mahendra's only daughter.
- Manoj Manchu as Ajay
- Sheena Shahabadi as Girija
- Ahuti Prasad as Mahendra Naidu
- Jaya Prakash Reddy as Seshadri Naidu
- Vennela Kishore as Muddu Krishna
- Subbaraju as Seshadri's youngest son
- Sunil as Sarath (Seshadri's son-in-law)
- Vijayakumar as Purushottam Naidu
- Rashmi Gautam as Geeta
- Jeeva as Garika Naidu
- M. S. Narayana as Mastan Baba
- Telangana Shakuntala
- Sudeepa Pinky
- Bhanu Chander
- Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao
- Y. Kasi Viswanath
- Master Bharath
- Madhavi as Pinky
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|Released||5 February 2010|
|Bobo Shashi chronology|
|1.||"Bindaas"||Bhuvana Chandra||Ranjith, Mamiboys, MC Bullet, Coco Nanda||4:28|
|2.||"Suraangani"||Ramajogayya Sastry||Jassie Gift||4:57|
|3.||"Entamma Entamma"||Bhuvana Chandra||Karthik, Anuradha Sriram||4:52|
|4.||"Girija Girija"||Bhuvana Chandra||Karthik, Chinmayi||4:59|
|5.||"Jum Garagara"||Ramajogayya Sastry||Shivam, Suchitra||4:10|
Bindaas received generally positive reviews. Jeevi of Idlebrain.com states "Manoj Manchu brought a new perspective to his character with his extremely cool attitude and deserves a huge round of applause for his terrific work in this movie". Industry pundits have declared it as the biggest hit of Manoj's career.
- "Action, romance & some comedy... | Tamil Movie News - Times of India". Times of India. 11 September 2019. Archived from the original on 19 September 2019. Retrieved 7 August 2020.