Aa okkadu

Aa Okkadu
File:Aa Okkadu Poster.jpg
Directed by N S Murthy
Produced by Ganesh Indukuri
Written by N S Murthy
Starring Ajay Kumar
Suresh Gopi
Madhurima
Vijayachander
Music by Mani Sharma
Release date(s) 29 May 2009
Country India
Language Telugu

Aa Okkadu is a Tollywood movie starring Ajay, Madhurima and Suresh Gopi. It is described as a thriller, directed by N S Murthy and released by Tolly 2 Holly Films on 29 May 2009.[1] Mani Sharma composed the music.[2]

Plot

Dr. Pavitra (Madhurima) is a psychiatrist who works in a mental hospital. Sri Krishna (Suresh Gopi) is a successful criminal lawyer. Bujji (Ajay) works under Sri Krishna. Sri Krishna and Pavitra are disciples of a godman. Pavitra has a family dispute with her brother-in-law and he dies under suspicious circumstances. Slowly a few people associated with Pavitra are killed and the needle of suspicion turns towards Pavitra. The rest of the film is all about who did it.

Cast

References

External links

  • Aa Okkadu revolves around 7 characters at Oneindia.in, 6 May 2009
  • Audio review at TeluguCinema, 30 May 2009
  • Aa Okkadu Synopsis and Review at CineCurry.com
  • Entertainment.in Ajay, Madhurima sizzle in 'Aa Okkadu' at entertainment.in.msn.com
  • Download details and credits from Tolly 2 Holly Films website


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