Bobby (2002 film)

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Bobby Movie Poster
Directed by Sobhan
Produced by K. Krishna Mohan Rao
Written by Sobhan
Starring Mahesh Babu
Aarthi Agarwal
Prakash Raj
Ravi Babu
Meher Ramesh
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography Venkat Prasad
Edited by S.Sudhakar Reddy
Distributed by RK Associates
Release date
  • 1 November 2002 (2002-11-01)
Country India
Language Telugu

Bobby is a 2002 Telugu film produced by K. Krishna Mohan Rao(brother of K. Raghavendra Rao and directed by Sobhan. The movie stars Mahesh Babu, Aarthi Agarwal, Raghuvaran, Ravi Babu, Brahmanandam, Meher Ramesh and Prakash Raj.This movie is a modern version of Shakespeare's drama Romeo and Juliet . Soundtrack of the movie was scored by Mani Sharma. The film released on 1 November 2002 and was a critical and commercial failure. Bobby was dubbed in Hindi as Daag - The Burning Fire. Shobu Yarlagadda of Arka Media Works was Executive producer for the movie


Yadagiri (Prakash Raj) is a handicapped mafia leader in Hyderabad, and KR (Raghuvaran) is a rich businessman. Bhagyamati (Aarthi Agarwal) is Yadagiri's daughter, and Bobby (Mahesh Babu) is KR's son. The story of this film deals with what happens when these two people fall in love with each other. Bobby meets Bhagyamati in a club and falls in love with her. They later find out that their fathers are arch rivals. Bhagyamati's mother was killed in an accident involving their fathers. Knowing this Bobby and Bhagyamati elope, but due to unavoidable circumstances, they come back and are injured in a bomb blast. Then, their fathers apologize and make up and in the end Bobby and Bhagyamati are married.



Jeevi from Idlebrain gave a modest 3.25 out of 5 and praised Mahesh Babu for his acting.[1] The movie was a failure at the boxoffice.

Alternate ending[edit]

On release the film climax was such that both the lead actors are killed. With the film receiving negative reviews and to bolster revenues, the climax was changed such that it was a happy ending as Telugu audience in general don't like anti-climax. In spite of this change the film couldn't recover and was termed as a box office bomb.


Studio album by Mani Sharma
Released 2002 (India)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Supreme Music
Producer Mani Sharma
Mani Sharma chronology
Chennakeshava Reddy
Pellam Vurelithe

The film has 6 songs composed by Mani Sharma


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