Ego (Telugu)
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Ego

Telugu
ActionRomance
19 Jan, 2018
2 hrs 28 mins
54%
529 votes
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3 59
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Two wealthy families of Amalapuram goes for tug of war even for small issues to satisfy their egos. The hero & heroine, who are children of these two families are also egoists like their elders and play games on each other. However, they later fall in love but unexpectedly the hero gets stuck in a crime in Hyderabad forcing them to split. The hero escapes from prison, hands over culprits to the police and gets the kidnapped heroine released. The story ends on a happy note with their elders putting an end to their egos and accepting their children's love.
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Verdict: A decent love story with a crime twist. Ego, starring Aashish Raj Bidkikar, Simran Sharma and Diksha Panth in lead roles, has been written and directed by RV Subramanyam and produced by brothers K.R. Anil Karan, Kaushal Karan and Vijay Karan under the banner VKA Films. The music and background score has been rendered by []... ...Read full review
Gopi(Aashish Raj) is a happy go lucky youth in Amalapuram who hates Indu(Simran). He keeps teasing her all the time and Indu too, hates Gopi to death. After facing a certain insult from Gopi, Indu decides to get married to a doctor. Upset with this, Gopi leaves Amalapuram and comes to Hyderabad in search of a girl better than Indu. The twist in the tale arises when both Indu and Gopi fall in love. Well, how do these two fall in love when they hate each other so much? To find out this twist, you need to watch the film on the big screen. ...Read full review
You may have seen many films in the past few years which show the lead pair engage in a few bets, hate each other, the protagonist teasing the heroine to tears before having her swoon in his love and together they fight against all the odds to lead a happy life. Looks like director RV Subrahmanyam has been heavily inspired by films like Varasudu, Akkadammayi Ikkadabbayi and Aanandam. ...Read full review
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