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 Nagavalli is a 2010 Telugu horror and drama film directed by P. Vasu and produced by Bellamkonda Suresh. It is a remake of the Kannada movie Aptharakshaka and a sequel to the 2004 Kannada film Apthamithra and its remake, the 2005 Tamil film Chandramukhi both directed by Vasu, which was dubbed and released in Telugu, which itself is a remake of the 1993 Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu. The film Nagavalli starred Daggubati Venkatesh, Anushka Shetty, Richa Gangopadhyay, Shraddha Das, Poonam Kaur, and Kamalinee Mukherjee. The movie was dubbed in Hindi as Mera Badla. It was released on 16 December 2010 to positive reviews.

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Nagavalli is a supernatural thriller; its story revolves around characters living in a house in Tirupati. After a family member receives a Nagavalli portrait as a prize in the Nagavalli Dance competition, various characters start having abnormal experiences. In order to save themselves and unfold the mystery, the family looks to Ramachandra Siddhanthi and Dr. Vijay.

The story starts off with an ancient painting of Chandramukhi alias Nagavalli (Anushka Shetty), distributed as a prize to bharathanatyam dancer Gayathri (Kamalinee Mukherjee), her husband and her family. Gayathri lives in a palatial house in Tirupathi with her husband, father Shankar Rao (Sharat Babu), mother Parvathi (Prabha), sisters Geetha (Shraddha Das) and Gowri (Richa Gangopadhyay), maternal uncle Appa Rao(Dharmavarapu Subramanyam), his wife and maternal cousins Pooja(Poonam Kaur) and Hema(Suja) happily.

Few years later, Gayathri and her Husband are shown to be dead. However, at the Engagement day of Gowri,youngest of the three sisters of Gayathri,one of her friends had fainted by encountering a huge thirty-feet Snake/Serpent, and the bridegroom/fiancé had ran away from the family house fearing of something. All strange incidents happen as the family called for a snake charmer to the house, but the snake charmer had died when he attempted to make the serpent appear. The members of the family are psychologically affected by the presence of Chandramukhi's painting and things have not been going well in the house.

They decided to contact Acharya Ramchandra Siddhanthi (Avinash), an astrologer cum sage. The father of the three daughters had told the people and the Acharya that Gayathri and her husband died suddenly after the bharathanatyam competition. The Acharya takes the help of Dr Vijay (Venkatesh), a psychiatrist, to solve the problem. All directions point to the huge portrait of Chandramukhi, and is observed that the portrait is the cause for this. So the father had warned everyone to not go to the outhouse or to the room where Chandramukhi's painting is. At first both Achrya and Dr. Vijay suspects Geetha due to her strange behaviour. One night, Dr. Vijay goes to the outhouse as he heard anklet sounds, and there was another smaller portrait of Chandramukhi in the outhouse and the Doctor wondered how this portrait of Chandramukhi had come here, and it was revealed that Gayathri is still alive, but became mad after the truck accident in which her husband died while he was carrying the painting of Chandramukhi, and that she said that no one accepted to marry the second daughter Geetha because Gayathri was mad and so Geetha vowed that she wouldn't marry, and since they didn't want Gowri's situation to be like this, they lied saying Gayathri was dead. In a few occasions, someone attempted to murder the Acharya twice. Suspecting Gayathri, the acharya asks the family members to bring Gayathri to the temple and that he will show everyone that Chanramukhi is in Gayathri's body, but as Gayathri stepped the temple, all animals were running out of the temple.

Suspecting each and every person in the family, Dr. Vijay starts to investigate everything so he goes to the library to read a book based on Raja Sri Sri Sri Nagabhairava Rajshekhara 's life and further information on Nagavalli too. The investigation also takes back to around 125 years when Raja Sri Sri Sri Nagabhairava Rajshekhara (Venkatesh) used to live and how his enmity with Chandramukhi has been going on since centuries, and was revealed that he had attempted to escape as one of his men had spread a dirty rumour about him, which caused the whole Dominion and the people to go and slaughter and assassinate him... but the book didn't tell if he got assassinated, or if he really committed suicide or if he is alive. Dr. Vijay finishes reading the book and whilst signing the ledger, he reads the name above him: Chandramukhi... and he understands that she had read the book before he had. To further investigate about Chandramukhi, Dr. Vijay goes to Chandramukhi's place and an old man told the Doctor that Chandramukhi's family died back at around a hundred years and told him that he was the second person to enquire about Chandramukhi's family, and as the Doctor asked who that person was, the old man told him that a girl came and inquired about Chandramukhi, and he also says that she was fine whilst asking the questions, but when she returned from Chandramukhi's place, she was holding a portrait of Chandramukhi and ran away like a mad girl, so the Doctor goes to Chandramukhi's house and realizes and understands that the portrait in the outhouse was the portrait of Chandramukhi which had been taken, as he glanced at an empty wall with a rectangular marking outline.

Dr. Vijay also investigates about Gayathri's husband's death and the snake charmer's death, and he comes with information that the snake charmer's death and Gayathri's husband's death had nothing to do with Chandramukhi. Dr. Vijay reveals that Sri Sri Sri Nagabhairava Rajshekhara is still alive when he printed out an astrological profile of his and when the Acharya told Dr. Vijay that this person can still be alive. So Dr. Vijay goes to the Fort/Cage where the crumpled Raja is, and at the time, the Acharya performs a pooja to try to bring Chandramukhi out of Gayathri's body. The Doctor luckily escapes from the invincible Raja, and when the Acharya asks for Gayathri's name, she says her name as Chandramukhi Gayathri, but is revealed that she is still mad, but not affected by Chandramukhi. Dr. Vijay comes back to cure Gayathri from her madness, and he succeeds, but the problem of Chandramukhi is not finished yet, and he knows who is affected by Nagavalli. Later the Doctor reveals to everyone that Gowri is affected by Chandramukhi as he makes her angry and change personality from Gowri to Chandramukhi in front of everyone, then she swoons after she returns to her normal position. Then later, he explains to everyone that Gowri had written both the names while she signed the ledger: Gowri in English when she was borrowing the book, Chandramukhi in Tamil when she was returning the book, and that it was also her who scared the bridegroom away on the Engagement day and sat downstairs like as if she didn't know anything. In order to know more about Chandramukhi's lover Gunashekharan, she went to Chandramukhi's house as Gowri, and returned with Chandramukhi's photo, completely as Chandramukhi.

Afterwards Gowri goes to the cage/fort where Nagabhairava Rajshekhara is, to kill him. Dr. Vijay, knowing Gowri would have definitely seek revenge goes to the cage/fort where the Raja almost gets burnt to death, but he survives when it starts to rain, then Dr. Vijay has a battle with him, and the Raja almosts decapitates Gowri/Chandramukhi, but before he does so, a bolt of lightning strikes the sword and it reduces the Raja to ashes, and it is the end of Raja Sri Sri Sri Nagabhairava Rajshekhara's story. Gowri is no more affected by Chandramukhi anymore and is going to marry the bridegroom she scared away, and Geetha is going to marry too and it all comes to a happy ending.
Daggubati Venkatesh as Dr. Vijay / Sri Sri Sri Naga Bhairava Rajshekhara
Anushka Shetty as Chandramukhi alias Nagavalli (past)
Richa Gangopadhyay Gowri / Chandramukhi (present)
Shraddha Das as Geetha
Kamalini Mukherjee as Gayathri
Poonam Kaur as Pooja
Suja Varunee as Hema
Sharat Babu as Shankar Rao
Prabha as Parvathi Devi
Avinash as Acharya Ramachandra Siddhanthi
Dharmavarapu Subramanyam as Appa Rao
Rajnikant(cameo) as Dr.Eeshwar(cuts from Chandramukhi
 Directed by P. Vasu
Produced by Bellamkonda Suresh
Written by P. Vasu
Starring Venkatesh
Anushka Shetty
Richa Gangopadhyay
Suja Varunee
Shraddha Das
Poonam Kaur
Kamalinee Mukherjee
Music by Gurukiran
Cinematography Shyam K. Naidu
Edited by Marthand K Venkatesh
Release date(s)
16 December 2010
Country India
Language Telugu

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Khaleja is a 2010 action comedy Telugu film starring Mahesh Babu and Anushka Shetty directed by Trivikram Srinivas. It is the second collaboration between Mahesh Babu and Trivikram. Singanamala Ramesh and C Kalyan produced the film as a Kanaka Ratna Movies production. Mahesh Babu plays the role of a cab driver in the film, while Prakash Raj plays a negative role. Sunil and Brahmanandam play key roles. The film was released on 7 October 2010. It won two Filmfare South awards for Best Male Playback Singer and Best Lyricist.[1]

The film was dubbed in Tamil as Bhadra, in Hindi as Jigar Kaleja, Bengali as Ekai Eksho and in Oriya as Abatar. Mahesh khaleja collected a Share of INR25 million (US$420,000)(Nett) from overseas in 1 week determines it as a record in 2010
In a remote village, Pali, in Andhra Pradesh, many people are dying from an unknown cause. The village head predicts that God will come to their rescue and cure them. He sends Sidhappa (Shafi) to find him and bring him to their village.

Meanwhile, Alluri Seetarama Raju alias Raju (Mahesh Babu) is a taxi driver who lives with his grandfather (Kota Srinivasa Rao), who is a teacher. Raju is currently in Rajasthan in search of the family of a man named Bilavar Singh. He meets Baabji (Sunil) who comes to Rajasthan to shoot a travel documentary.

Raju introduces himself to Baabji and tells him of his background. He knows a girl named Subhashini (Anushka Shetty), whom he considers bad luck. Previously he encountered her in various occasions in which she damages his taxi due to her careless driving. Raju lands in hospital one day when Subhashini mixes epsom salt laxative (constipation treatment), intended for someone else, in Raju's coffee thinking that it is sugar, when Raju meets her at a coffee shop to collect the compensation for his taxi's damages from her. For this reason, he considers her a bad luck. One day, he drives two men, Geologist Paranji and Bilavar Singh, to their destination. But he sees them getting killed by some unknown men and Bilavar lands straight on his taxi which destroys his car. Since Bilavar has insurance, Raju's boss tells him to deliver the insurance check of Rs. 500,000 to Bilavar Singh's family in Girdwala, Rajasthan and get Rs. 100,000 in return to pay for his car damages. Hence he is wandering in Rajasthan in search of Girdwala village.

Meanwhile, Subhashini's father, business magnate Durga Prasad (Tanikella Bharani), brings her a match, another business magnate GK's (Prakash Raj) son. The main reason for the proposal is to establish a strong business partnership. GK's son takes her to Rajasthan for a date. But Subhashini runs away after she sees a condom packet drop from his pocket and realises his true intentions. GK finds out about it and informs Durga Prasad and promises to bring her back. He sends his henchman, Govardhan (Subbaraju) to Rajasthan in search of Subhashini.

To Raju's dismay, Subhashini finds Raju and Baabji and learns that she is in Rajasthan. Subhashini, Baabji, Raju, and a botanist Tom (Ali) find Girdwala and hand over the check to Bilavar Singh's family, but Raju refuses to ask for the Rs. 100,000 when he sees the family's poverty. Tom remains in the village as the villagers want to punish him for cutting a sentimental plant, Baabji goes away with his shooting team, but does not offer them a ride as he is scared of Subhashini's reckless behavior.

As Raju and Subhashini return, Govardhan's men attack, stab Raju, and take Subhashini. But Raju survives and beats up all of Govardhan's men. Just as Raju goes unconscious, Sidhappa finds him and believes he is the God after seeing the omens. Sidhappa and Subhashini take Raju to Pali, where the villagers treat his wounds.

After waking up, he finds all of the villagers praising him as God and gets worried. He finds out from Subhashini that they are in Pali, Andhra Pradesh and that the villagers suppose he is the God that the village's head was talking about.

He argues with the village head that he is not God and that God needs to have powers. But the village head and Sidhappa tell him that he does not need to have powers but just needs to believe in himself. Subhashini and Raju leave the village that night. Durga Prasad, his lawyer Miriyam (Brahmanandam), believing that Subhashini eloped with Raju, come with a few goons to attack Raju and retrieve Subhashini. Raju easily fights them off and gives Subhashini back to Durga Prasad, saying that he never had any feelings for her and that she has always bothered him. Subhashini leaves upset with her father.

Raju meets his worried grandfather, but finds that Sidhappa has followed him. Tom returns and meets with Raju and Sidhappa and learns of the entire situation and starts helping them. On one occasion, Raju challenges Sidhappa that if he is really God, then he should get 10 rupees immediately. Although the first person he asks rejects, the second person he asks gives him 100 rupees. The trick was that Raju told himself that if he gets 10 rupees he will buy a nearby poor boy a glass of milk, and that was why he got 100 rupees. Raju concludes that God is nowhere but within everyone and everything, and that God will come out when needed. Raju finally agrees to help Sidhappa and Pali.

He starts searching for the reason why so many villagers are dying and starts by kidnapping doctor Sundaram who closed the medical camp in Pali. Sundaram tells them that their college dean Venkateswar Rao ordered the closure. The trio then kidnaps Venkateswar Rao who tells them that the letter ordering the camp closure was sent by GK and that Govardhan, who was sent by GK, threatened to kill Venkateswar Rao if he did not sign the letter. Raju kidnaps Govardhan who reveals that GK and Durga Prasad have built a factory and that the villagers of Pali are dying of the waste from the factory which poisoned their environment, and tells them to talk to Miriyam if they need more information.

Raju calls Subhashini tells her that he loves her and that he was just hesitating to tell her all this while. He then goes to her house to talk to Miriyam. Miriyam tells them that GK built a factory near Pali that manufactures incredibly strong plastic glass. GK needs a business partnership with Durga Prasad since GK needs sugarcane to make the glass and Durga Prasad is one of the leading sugarcane crop owners in India. Hence, GK wants his son to marry Subhashini to strengthen his relationship with Durga Prasad.

But Raju suspects there is more to the story than just the factory, because GK actually wants the villagers in Pali to die, which was why GK had the medical camp removed. He finds GK's assistant (Archana) and suspects that she has something to do with GK's plan as she did not get into his taxi along with Geologist Paranji, indicating that she knew beforehand that he was going to be killed. Raju inquires her about GK's intentions, who reveals that Paranji discovered earlier that there is a large Iridium deposit under Pali, which is worth billions, and informed GK about it. Despite GK's warning to Paranji of not revealing it to anybody else, he tries to inform the Department of Geology about it, which was why he and Bilavar Singh, who was with him, were killed that day. GK suspects that Raju might also know about the Iridium deposit which was why GK sent Govardhan to kill him, not to retrieve Subhashini. Raju was lured to Girdwala under the cover of delivering the insurance check to Bilavar Singh's family (GK had the insurance documents planted) and was attacked by Govardhan. GK needs the strong plastic glass from the plastic factory to pack the Iridium. He wanted the Pali villagers to vacate (to dig the Iridium ore without trouble) on their own to avoid suspicion, which was why he poisoned Pali's environment using the plastic factory's waste.

GK kills his assistant because she revealed everything to Raju. GK then heads to Pali to kill all of the villagers before the truth goes out to the public. The village head warns GK that Raju is their God and that Raju will bring death to GK and keep the Pali's population at 534 and not let anyone die in the wrath of GK.

Raju arrives at Pali along with Sidhappa. GK immediately shoots Sidhappa and kills him, reducing the population to 533. Raju angrily kills all of GK's goons, and severs GK's palm. GK starts escaping with Raju in pursuit. Raju catches up to him, and GK dies when a religious knife hanging from a nearby tree falls and stabs him in the neck.

The village head finally reveals that Raju fulfilled his mission as God to save the village as, although Sidhappa was killed, another baby was born to keep the village's population at 534.

Mahesh Babu as Alluri Seetarama Raju
Anushka Shetty as Subhashini
Prakash Raj as GK
Sunil as Baabji
Brahmanandam as Miriyam
Tanikella Bharani as Durga Prasad
Ali as Tom Cruise
Shafi as Sidhappa
Rao Ramesh as village head
Penumatsa Subbaraju as Govardhan
Critical reception
The movie received mixed reviews. Sify explained "No doubt, Mahesh is the cynosure of the movie, shouldering the entire responsibility."  MSN rated the film as above average saying "'Mahesh Khaleja' is worth a watch for Mahesh's strong screen presence and charisma. Mahesh carries off his role with elan and looks superb too. Anushka looks pretty but doesn't share a good on-screen chemistry with Mahesh. The first half of the film is dull. It does pick up pace in the second half but the narration is inconsistent and tedious. The climax is little better.  Rediff gave a two and half star rating and noted "The duo of Mahesh-Trivikram delivers a product that is watchable, entertaining with good humour, couple of well-orchestrated action sequences and songs and with a bit to take home as well. It's Mahesh's show all the way, much to the delight of his fans. Mahesh is the soul of the movie, be it his dialogue delivery, his action, his dances or emotions, he is effortless.

CNN-IBN gave a negative review stating "The movie is all about Mahesh Babu and he occupies almost every frame in the movie. Back after a gap of 4 years, Mahesh looks great with stylish costumes. The movie deals with a serious theme but director Trivikram Srinivas mixes it with a lot of unnecessary situational comedy which dilutes the intensity of the movie."  Local review sites Idlebrain and GreatAndhra gave a three star rating and praised Mahesh's performance. The Hindu said "The star looks leaner and handsomer and does his role with aplomb" adding "The film is a laugh riot from the word go. Trivikram, who is also the dialogue writer, skillfully blends comical situations into the script and Mahesh Babu's timing in delivering the one-liners is excellent".

The film was first titled khaleja and later renamed it as mahesh khaleja yelling that title was copied.mahesh khaleja was made on a lavish budget of INR350 million (US$5.9 million) because the film was extensively shot for 3 years.  khaleja earned a pre-release revenue upto INR50 million (US$850,000) selling Satellite,music and home media rights from which satellite rights were sold for INR45 million (US$760,000) to Gemini tv.[

Box office 
Makesh khaleja collected a final gross figure of INR400 million (US$6.8 million).The film successfully completed 100 Days in 1 centre only.[8] In overseas market khaleja collected a gross of INR70 million (US$1.2 million) which is considered to be a record in 2010.

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