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Aadhi Bhagavan

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Romance, Action/Adventure
Release Date:February 22, 2013
Running time:155 minutes
Cast:Jayam Ravi, Neetu Chandra, Sudha Chandran, Karunas, Saiju Kurup
Director:Ameer Sultan
Producer:J. Anbazhagan
Writer:Ameer Sultan
Distributor:GK Media

Description: The entire opposition of Andra Pradesh was fighting against the rao brothers for their activity of tax evasion in their granite business. The CBI is also taking steps to enquire about these allegations because of which the house and offices of rao brothers were searched by CBI. Rao brothers felt the action was initiated by one of the CBI officer Apsar Hussain. The rao wanted to take revenge on the cbi officer with the help of Mr.Shyam,the buisness man settled in Bangkok. The gist of the story is how the cbi officer is able to escape from the illegal methods used by the rao brothers for taking the revenge on him.

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