Run (2016 film)

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Run telugu.jpg
Directed by Anil Kanneganti
Produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri
Kishore Garikipati
Ajay Sunkara
Story by Alphonse Putharen
Starring Sundeep Kishan
Anisha Ambrose
Music by K. Sai Kartheek
Cinematography B. RajaSekar
Edited by MR. Varma
Release date
  • 23 March 2016 (2016-03-23)[1]
Running time
110 min
Country India

Run is a 2016 Indian Telugu-language film directed by Anil Kanneganti. Produced by Ajay Sunkara, Kishore Garikipati and Sudhakar Cherukuri. It features Sundeep Kishan and Anisha Ambrose in the lead roles while Bobby Simha and Brahmaji appear in crucial supporting roles. It is the remake of Malayalam and Tamil bilingual Neram. The film was released worldwide on 23 March 2016 to positive critical acclaim.[2]


Sanjay (Sundeep Kishan) loses his job. He is madly in love with his girlfriend Amulya (Anisha Ambrose). When they both decide to get married, Amu’s father opposes, because Sanjay has no job. The lovers decide to elope and get married, and Sanju’s friend Mani (Praveen) helps them by arranging money. Sanju also owes some money to a local money lender, Vaddi Raja (Bobby Simha). Vaddi Raja is ruthless and goes to any extent to retrieve his cash. Sanju collects the amount that is to be given to Vaddi Raja, and on his way, this amount gets stolen by another petty thief called Lighthouse. Amidst this confusion, Amu’s father lodges a complaint against Sanju, accusing him of kidnapping his daughter. Now the local SI Padmavathi (Brahmaji) is also on his heels, trying to nab Sanju, who has to return the said amount to Vaddi Raja by 5 p.m. The police have to find Sanju and Amu by 5 in the evening, too. Amu is kidnapped by Vaddi Raja, who assumes her to be someone else’s girlfriend, who also owes him money, so that guy has to save Amu by 5 p.m. How Sanju saves the day, and how all this falls into place forms the rest of the plot.




Run was released on 23 March 2016 across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh coinciding with Holi Festival.[3]


Y. Sunitha Chowdary of The Hindu found that the movie was Set for a decent run.[4]Hans India gave a rating of 3 out of 5 stars and stated that the film was an entertainer and worth watching once.[5] gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and stated that the film was Different Thriller.[6]


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