Rakhi (2006)

 ●  Telugu ● 2 hrs 53 mins

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Rama Krishna or Rakhi (Jr. NTR) aspires to become railway stationmaster like his father (Chandramohan). His love interest and close friend Tripura (Ileana D'Cruz), is a reporter in TV channel who exposes atrocities against women in society. For Rakhi, his sister Gayathri (Manjusha) is everything. She is married off to software professional (Ravi Varma) who plans to go USA. The greedy in-laws burn her alive for more dowry. Devastated by this he takes the law into his own hands and starts to kill men who abuse and torture women. A police officer Meenakshi Iyer (Suhasini), convinces him to surrender to the law. Before surrendering, he has killed over 49 misogynists. Finally in jail, he kills his sister's friend's murderer and also the corrupt ministers to facilitate illegal human trafficking and other atrocities against women. The court drama forms the rest of the story.
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Did you know? The film was released in as many as 545 screens all over the world, and had a 100-day run in 25-centres making it a commercial success. Read More
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Actress
Actress
as Rama Krishna
as Tv channel owner
Supporting Actor
as Judge
Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
as Meenakshi Iyer
Supporting Actor

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Director

Production

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Screenplay Writer
Story Writer

Camera and Electrical

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Editorial

Editor
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Telugu
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Music Label: Aditya Music
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Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
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04:36
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05:34
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04:52
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Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
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04:05
Trivia:
The film was released in as many as 545 screens all over the world, and had a 100-day run in 25-centres making it a commercial success.

The movie was dubbed into the Tamil language under the same title.

This socially relevant drama was critically acclaimed and Jr NTR's powerful dialogues had a strong impact amongst mass audiences.