Magadheera (2009)

 ●  Telugu ● 2 hrs 46 mins

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Harsha is falsely implicated for killing Indu's father and she too is kidnapped. But Harsha and Indu share a bond from a previous life, and when he realises this, he sets out to set things straight.

Cast: Kajal Agarwal, Ram Charan Teja

Crew: SS Rajamouli (Director), KK Senthil Kumar (Director of Photography), MM Keeravani (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Action, Drama, War

Release Dates: 31 Jul 2009 (India)

Telugu Name: మగధీర

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as Mitravinda / Indu
as Kala Bhairava / Harsha
Special Appearance
Special Appearance
Special Appearance
Supporting Actor
as Ranadev Bhilla / Raghubeer
Supporting Actress
as Aghora
as Vikram Singh Maharaj
as Sher Khan / Solomon
as Gurudevulu
Supporting Actor
as Bhupathi Varma - Indu's father

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Executive Producer

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Screenplay Writer
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Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography

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Editorial

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Stunt Director
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Telugu
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies)
Tracklist
Music Label: Supreme Audio, Aditya Music
01 
Music Director: MM Keeravani
Lyricist: Bhuvana Chandra
Playback Singer: Ranjith K Govind
02 
Music Director: MM Keeravani
Playback Singer: Nikita Nigam, MM Keeravani
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04 
Music Director: MM Keeravani
Playback Singer: Geetha Madhuri, Daler Mehndi
05 
Music Director: MM Keeravani
Lyricist: MM Keeravani
Playback Singer: Deepu Kumar, Geetha Madhuri
06 
Music Director: MM Keeravani
Lyricist: MM Keeravani
Playback Singer: Jassie Gift
Goofs:
Continuity
Ranadev Bhilla takes his shirt off and throws it on the floor before picking the javelin but in the next shot his shirt is some 5 feet away.

Continuity
When Ranadev Bhilla kills his father you can see blood marks on his shirt but In the immediate shot the blood marks are not seen.

Factual Mistake
400 years before the present day is actually 1600 AD, and is wrongly shown as 1600 BC in the film.
Trivia:
Chiranjeevi's cameo appearance during the first song was made from a combination of new material and archived footages

The music of the movie was unveiled on 28th of June 2009 by Ram Charan's father

'Magadheera' was scheduled to be released on 31st of July 2009 with 500 prints in 1250 screens across the globe, marking the biggest ever release for a Telugu film.

90% of the movie was shot at Gujarat, Rajasthan, Rann of Kutch, and Badami in Karnataka

'Maghadeera' was dubbed and released in Malayalam as 'Dheera-The Warrior' and in Tamil as 'Maveeran'.
Movie Connection(s):
Dubbed into: Maaveeran (Tamil)