Gaganam (2011)

  |  Action, Crime, Thriller


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It is up to Ravi (Nagarjuna) who has to rescue a flight from Chennnai to Delhi which is hijacked by Yousuf Khan 's men.


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11 February 2011 | star_star_superstar
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| Good Movie
A flight takes off from Chennai and destined to New Delhi. It is hijacked by a group of terrorists and the flight is forcibly landed in Tirupati due to a technical snag. The hijackers want the release of their leader Yousuf (a dreaded terrorist). Viswanath (Prakash Raj) is the national home secretary and he negotiates with the terrorists. Raveendra (Nagarjuna) heads the team of National Security Guards. The government decides to release Yousuf and something unexpected happens which leads the entire process to go haywire. The rest of the story is all about how Raveendra plans a strategy and saves the passengers.

Nagarjuna is probably one of the huge heroes of Telugu cinema who doesn't give a damn about formulas and commercial elements if he sees something special in the story element or in the director. Gaganam is a kind of movie where Nagarjuna's image helps the movie in attracting wider range of audiences. Nagarjuna plays the role of a National Security Guard who is torn between government decision and his natural instincts. Nagarjuna came up with a fabulous performance as NSG commando.

The movie is different... Totally good movie in Nags carrier... Bramhi comedy is awesome... Nag Action is fabulous... Worth spending time......

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