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Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya Review: It's Different

 
 'Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya' Review: It's Different
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 'Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya' Review: It's Different
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It’s the season of small films. A lot of new and relatively new film-makers are touching upon subjects that are off beat to suit the changing tastes of audiences. Ajay starrer Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya is one such attempt by Rajamouli’s assistant Trikoti. Let’s see how the film has come up… 

Story:

The film starts off with Murali Krishna (Ajay), a bank officer with SBI who is married to Bhavani (Indraja) and has two grown-up sons. There is a voice-over which tells us right at the beginning that he was married at the age of 17 due to which his dream of having a love marriage goes awry. - See more at: http://www.greatandhra.com/movies/reviews/dikkulu-choodaku-ramayya-review-its-different-60471.html#sthash.Ab6h4LPU.dpuf

The film starts off with Murali Krishna (Ajay), a bank officer with SBI who is married to Bhavani (Indraja) and has two grown-up sons. There is a voice-over which tells us right at the beginning that he was married at the age of 17 due to which his dream of having a love marriage goes awry.

While it’s love at first sight for Krish, Sameetha takes him to be her good friend. Meanwhile, in a strange turn of events, Krish’s 18-year-old son Madhu (Naga Sourya) too meets Sameetha who turns out to be his college senior and falls for her. 



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