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Sri Sri
A story of revenge
2D

Sri Sri

Telugu
ActionDrama
03 Jun, 2016
2 hrs 10 mins
68%
409 votes
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SYNOPSIS
The film opens up with an old couple Mr & Mrs Srinivasa Rao (Krishna and Vijayanirmala) remembering their daughter Shweta (Angana Roy) who is murdered by three youngsters of influential parents. As part of a college project, Shweta is making a documentary film on a village POTHURAJU GUDEM, which is being exploited by the bureaucrats pharmaceutical companies. She has the support of Prabhakar (Sai Kumar), a leftist and other villagers.

The three youngsters later murder Shweta in the presence of her father. The case is heard in the court of law and the three get away with the crime for the want of sufficient evidence.

A helpless law professor is then encouraged by his wife to take revenge. He does so in his own way without leaving any evidence by killing 2 out of 3, using his well planned, innovative methods.

An ACP Ajay Kumar (Naresh) steps in to investigate. This is where the screenplay takes a new twist. Does professor Srinivasa succeed in his third murder? Watch to find out.
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`Sri Sri`, directed by Muppalaneni Shiva, is the story of a Professor who turns into a vigilante when courts fail him. In his journey, the intellectual-turned-self-appointed punisher receives succour from his wife Sumathi. - See more at: http://telugucinema.com/reviews/Sri-Sri-Movie-Review#sthash.1Z2wlOsn.dpuf ...Read full review
Sri Sri(Krishna) is a law college professor who leads a happy life with his wife(Vijaya Nirmala) and daughter Swetha. On the other hand, Shwetha is a journalist with a famous TV channel and she stumbles upon a deadly scam involving Bikshapati(Posani) and JK(Murali Sharma). ...Read full review
`Sri Sri` is touted to be an official remake of a Marathi film. This makes us ask a curious question: Has director Muppalaneni Shiva here adapted into a Telugu film a story written by a Marathi writer, who himself re-wrote a story (or several stories) written by Tollywood writers way back in `80s and `90s? This curious question apart, here is a straightforward question: Would any audience like to watch a thanklessly extended flashback in the second half when what he or she bargained for was a vigilante film titled powerfully (`Sri Sri`)? ...Read full review