Shambo Shiva Shambo

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Shambo Shiva Shambo
Shambo Shiva Shambo Poster.jpg
Directed by Samuthirakani
Produced by Bellamkonda Suresh
Written by Samuthirakani
Starring Ravi Teja
Allari Naresh
Siva Balaji
Priyamani
Abhinaya
Sunil
Music by Sundar C Babu
Cinematography S. R. Kathir
Edited by A. L. Ramesh
Production
company
Global Infotainment
Release dates
January 14, 2010
Country India
Language Telugu

Shambo Shiva Shambo is a Telugu language Action Drama film directed by Samuthirakani. It is a remake of his successful Tamil venture Naadodigal. It stars Ravi Teja, Allari Naresh, Siva Balaji, Priyamani, and Abhinaya in the lead roles. The film released on 14 January 2010 to mixed responses from critics. Despite mixed reviews,the film performed well and was declared an Above Average grosser by Box Office India. It has also been dubbed in Hindi as Mera Kroadh. It is also remade in Kolkata as Run starring Rahul, Priyanka [1]

Plot[edit]

Karunakar (Ravi Teja), Malli (Allari Naresh) and Chandu (Siva Balaji) are close friends and each of them has individual goals. Karunakar is in love with his cousin (Priyamani) whose father wants him to get a government job first. Malli dreams of going to a foreign land as soon as he gets his passport, while Chandu aims to set up a Computer training centre and is in love with Karunakar’s sister Pavithra (Abhinaya). The trio enjoy life hanging out together. Karunakar’s friend Santosh (Surya Teja), son of a politician (Roja), is in love with his family’s arch rival's daughter. The three friends come forward to unite these love birds against all odds. In the process, Karunakar loses job and misses his cousin, Malli loses his hearing, and Chandu has his leg amputated. 10 days later, the married lovers seek divorce. The friends, who sacrificed so much to unite them, now teach them a lesson.

Cast[edit]

Priyamani was selected as lead heroine marking her first collaboration with Ravi Teja.

Development[edit]

The film is an official remake of Samuthirakarni's own Tamil Film Naadodigal. This film's title is based on Naadodigal's hit song Shambho Shiva Shambho.

Critical reception[edit]

The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Sify rated 4/5 and gave it the verdict "entertaining".[2] Supergoodmovies rated it 3/5 and said " All artists gave their best performances and though being his debut direction, Samuthirakarni deserves a hit"[3]

Character map of remakes[edit]

Naadodigal
Tamil (2009)
Shambo Shiva Shambo
Telugu (2010)
Hudugaru
Kannada (2011)
Ithu Nammude Katha
Malayalam (2011)
Run
Bengali (2011)
Rangrezz
Hindi (2013)
Karunakaran
(Sasikumar)
Karunakar
(Ravi Teja)
Prabhu
(Puneet Rajkumar)
Vinod
(Asif Ali)
Jeet
(Rahul Banerjee)
Rishi
(Jackky Bhagnani)
Rangapandi
(Bharani)
Malli
(Allari Naresh)
Siddesh
(Yogesh)
Kochumon
(Abhishek)
Ghona
(Arnab)
Pakkya
(Vijay Verma)
Chandran
(Vijay Vasanth)
Chandu
(Siva Balaji)
Chandru
(Srinagar Kitty)
Santhosh
(Nishan)
Ricky
(Abhiraj)
Vinu
(Amitosh Nagpal)
Nallammaal
(Ananya)
Karunakar's cousin
(Priyamani)
Gayathri
(Radhika Pandit)
Kalyani
(Ananya)
Megha
(Priyanka Sarkar)
Megha
(Priya Anand)
Pavithra
(Abhinaya)
Pavithra
(Abhinaya)
Pavithra
(Abhinaya)
Ammu
(Nimisha Suresh)
Barsha
(Pamela Mondal)
Venu
(Sakhi Mohan Gokhale)

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