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Bunny

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2005
Running time:139 minutes
Cast:Allu Arjun, Raghu Babu, Chalapathi Rao, Rajan P. Dev, Sriram L.B.
Director:V. V. Vinayak
Producer:Allu Aravind, Satyanarayana Reddy
Writer:V. V. Vinayak, Rajendra Kumar

Web Site: http://www.bunnythefilm.com/

Description: Somaraju is a millionaire who keeps 24-hour security on his daughter, Mahalakshmi when she goes to college. Bunny decides to enroll in the same college in which Mahalakshmi studies. Even with such tight security, Bunny manages to make Mahalakshmi fall head over heels for him. Somaraju can't endure seeing Mahalakshmi cry and is forced to accept the love between the young couple. However, Bunny asks for the property of Somaraju to be written in his name prior to marriage. The story evolves with the whereabouts of Bunny and why he asks for the property.

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