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Badrinath

Released Jun 10, 2011 2h 12m Action Drama Romance Adventure Fantasy List
Reviews 60% Audience Score 50+ Ratings
Badri is made the protector of Badrinath temple. However, when a woman falls in love with him, his guru wonders whether to make Badri his successor as only an unmarried man can be the next guru. Read More Read Less

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Audience Member Badrinath-this film became so popular that I failed to resist myself from watching this film.I thought the film to be good,but it is more than good-excellent! Badri(Ally Arjun)is a warrior assigned to protect the Badrinath temple under the guidance of martial arts and spiritual guru Bhishma(Prakash Raj).But one day,the guru starts to doubt Badri when Alakananda(Tamannaah),who starts to love Badri,walks in that temple with his grandfather.The rest of the story is about how Badri saves Alakananda from her ruthless uncle and wins her and Guru Bhishma Narayan. The story-screenplay and direction by V.V.Vinayak is excellent.The performances by All Arjun,Tamannaah and others are also praiseworthy.the music by keeravani and vfx by makuta vfx is excellent.locations,cinematography are also a masterpiece.the action sequences by peter heins are mind blowing!the production by geetha arts is also very good.the application of warrior concept in the modern day is fantastic. On the whole, Badrinath is a solid entertainer that will establish All Arjun as a mass hero and will entertain everyone.A must watch for all!!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/02/23 Full Review Audience Member Loved this film very much! Badrinath is one of the finest films that come from South India. Watch it! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Poor story-line and equally poor execution, could not be salvaged by the high production values, and Allu Arjun's terrific-but-not-the-best performance. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/19/23 Full Review Audience Member tnis is the worst movie from allu arjun.. nothing in it at all.. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/23/23 Full Review Audience Member Good visuals and fighting scenes, but predictable story. I disliked the ending part. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/24/23 Full Review Audience Member In a single sentence this movie can be defined as anything that is neither sense nor sensible and the writer with the director would fit the roles of dumb and dumber in real life. My insatiable wait to watch a perfect Telugu movie is not even being met by a watchable one for sometime. The protagonist (Allu Arjun) is chosen as the guardian of the temple by the current guy (Prakash Raj) in Badrinath which is an age old tradition and he will be trained in all the required skills for that. Then comes the beautiful non-believer Alakananda (Tamanna) who falls for the protagonist and starts believing in God. One catch here is that if you are to serve as the guardian of the temple, you should be a lifetime bachelor. If you are interested in how this happens, refer to the first two lines of the review. Alakananda has also pissed off the most powerful bad politician back in Andhra Pradesh (a far off state (also the origin of this movie)) from where the current stuff is happening) and they are in pursuit of her no matter what they have to do to get to her. As always, this movie too is treated with the utter disrespect for the audience as well as on what they are trying to show. Allu Arjun delivers whatever is expected of him and whatever performance delivered in this bland script is only as worth as acting in front of a mirror. Oh wait, that should at least give self satisfaction. Enough of me whining about it, you just don't watch it (there is only one in a million chance that any of you might come across this, even then don't). Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/03/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Badri is made the protector of Badrinath temple. However, when a woman falls in love with him, his guru wonders whether to make Badri his successor as only an unmarried man can be the next guru.
Director
Vinayak V.V.
Producer
Allu Aravind
Screenwriter
Chinni Krishna, Rajendra Kumar
Distributor
Supreme Movies
Production Co
Geetha Arts
Genre
Action, Drama, Romance, Adventure, Fantasy
Original Language
Telugu
Release Date (Theaters)
Jun 10, 2011, Original
Runtime
2h 12m