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Directed by Amma Rajashekhar
Produced by Parachuri Shivarama Prasad
Music by Chakri
Cinematography Santosh RSB
Edited by Gowtham Raju
United Movies
Release date
  • 23 November 2007 (2007-11-23)
Country India
Language Telugu

Takkari is a Telugu film released on 25 November 2007, directed by Amma Rajashekhar. The film stars Nitin and Sadha. It is a remake of Tamil language film, Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam (dubbed in Hindi as Super Khiladi Returns) starred Dhanush, Prakash Raj and Shriya in lead Roles. Takkari is dubbed in Hindi as Meri Ladai. The film was also remade in Kannada as Dhool (Dubbed in Hindi as Dildaar) in a 2011 written and directed by Dharani, son of director M. S. Rajashekar making his directorial debut. The film was produced by M. H. Sunil. The film stars Dhanush, shriya sharan and Prakash Raj in the lead.


Tirupathi (Nitin Kumar Reddy) is a brilliant man who wants to become a realtor, much to the chagrin of his father (Chandra Mohan), who doesn't support his goal. Eventually Tirupati wins the heart of a rich girl, Priya (Sadha), sister of a business tycoon and villainous Guru (Sayaji Shinde). He realizes his ambition in real estate. The Guru wants him to drop his sister; Tirupati in return demands money. The villain gives him a cheque from a dubious bank. However, Tirupathi gets his money as he blackmails the heroine's brother, threatening to expose some photos. The villain also plans an IT raid on Tirupathi's companies. However, that plan backfires. Then Guru tries to get his sister married to another, but the hero marries her. The story ends with Tirupathi returning all the money taken from the Guru, who finally accepts the marriage.


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