Dhruvaraja Jagannadh
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Dhruvaraja Jagannadh

Malayalam
ActionComedyThriller
11 Aug, 2017
2 hrs 40 mins
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672 votes
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Dhruvaraja Jagannadh movie is the Malayalam dubbed version of the Telegu movie Duvvada Jagannadham, starring Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde in prominent roles. The movie also stars Vennela Kishore. It is a romantic comedy directed by Harish Shankar, with Devi Sri Prasad as the musician, forming part of the crew.

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Cigarettelu, Mandu Arogyaniki chethaha, chethasya, Chethobhyaha, Allu Arjuns character says in typical mantra recital style, leaving the audience in splits. Throughout the movie, he switches between two characters Jagannadha Sastry and DJ; the focus is on the heros elevation as a distinctive Brahmin panthulu. ...Read full review
Dhuvvada Jaganadham(Allu Arjun) is a small time brahmin boy who goes against all odds and helps others. Seeing this quality of his, a high-profile cop(Murali Sharma) asks him to become DJ, a man who fights crime in disguise. This is the same time when Dhuvaada falls in love with Pooja(Pooja Hegde) the daughter of a high profile minister(Posani) involved with yet another crime lord Royyala Naidu(Rao Ramesh) who also operates in disguise. ...Read full review
Jagannadha Sastry (Allu Arjun) is a traditionally brought up brahmin who lives in Vijayawada, working alongside his family managing a food catering business. A visit to Hyderabad puts Jagannadham in a violent situation resulting in him helping an honest police officer at the cost of killing some goons. Moving forward, Jaganndham wraps himself in the concepts of Dushta Sikshana and his grandfathers philosophy of Manam chese manchi pani kanapadali gani, manam kanapadakkarledhu, as he turns into DJ a vigilante anonymously attacking and killing anti-social elements. ...Read full review

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