Khaleja (2010)

  |  Action, Comedy, Drama


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When a mysterious illness ravages a remote village, the villagers embrace a reluctant taxi driver as their savior.

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4 November 2010 | vallikannu333
9
| very good entertainer
A new story.very interesting to watch.

Dialogue delivery of Mahesh Babu is superb.In fact it is a big plus to the movie.

The way Raju character turns serious situations to comedy is an innovating try and very hilarious at many instants.

Dialogue is very nice and sprinkled with comedy everywhere.

Subhashini being shown as an unlucky girl in the first half makes the movie interesting.

Anushka and Mahesh chemistry is great and they look beautiful.

A very nice entertainer.It is really a Khaleja!

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Plot Summary


Genres

Action | Comedy | Drama

Details

Release Date:

7 October 2010

Language

Telugu, Hindi, English


Country of Origin

India

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