Yuvaraju

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Yuvaraju
Yuvaraju.jpg
Directed by Y.V.S Chowdary
Produced by Burugapally Sivarama Krishna
Written by Y.V.S. Chowdary
Chintapalli Ramana
Starring Mahesh Babu
Simran
Sakshi Shivanand
Music by Ramana Gogula
Cinematography Ajay Vincent
Edited by Bulli Reddy
Release date
14 April 2000
Running time
165mins
Country India
Language Telugu

Yuvaraju is a 2000 Tollywood film directed and produced by YVS Chowdary. The film stars Mahesh Babu, Simran and Sakshi Shivanand. This film gave Mahesh Babu the tag "Prince", as Yuvaraju means prince. The film was dubbed in Hindi as Ek Aur Rajkumar

Plot[edit]

Srinivas (Mahesh Babu) just returns to India and joins a college in Hyderabad. There he meets his classmate Srivalli (Sakshi Shivanand), a young beautiful girl with whom he falls in love. Srivalli has a childhood friend, Vamsi (Venkat) in abroad whom she regards as her best friend and keeps him close to her heart as when a plane crashed 20 years back these two are the only survivors of the tragedy.

Finally Srinivas and Srivalli comes to know that they are in love with each other. They break the news followed by a lavish engagement ceremony. For the placid viewers then comes the excitement in the form of Srilata (Simran) who arrives in nick of time to attend the engagement. Srivalli comes to know that Srinivas and Srilata know each other since they met in abroad few years ago, from the brief observation at her engagement ceremony.

The rest of the story is about who is Srilatha and what happens to Srinivas's love.

Cast[edit]

Reviews[edit]

Idlebrain rated 3/5.[1] fullhyd rated 7/10.[2] telugucinema stated that movie is average.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Telugu Cinema – Review – Yuvaraju – Mahesh Babu, Simran, Sakshi Sivanand – YVS Chowdary. Idlebrain.com (2000-04-14). Retrieved on 2015-07-24.
  2. ^ Yuvaraju review: Yuvaraju (Telugu) Movie Review – fullhyd.com. Movies.fullhyderabad.com. Retrieved on 2015-07-24.
  3. ^ [1] Archived 6 June 2014 at the Wayback Machine.

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