Magadheera 2009 Hindi Dubbed Best Telugu Movie Bluray
Magadheera 2009 Hindi Dubbed Best Telugu Movie Bluray
Magadheera is a 2009 Indian Telugu-language epic action romance film directed by S. S. Rajamouli and produced by Allu Aravind. The film stars Ram Charan and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles, while Dev Gill and Srihari appear in prominent roles. The film is based on the concept of reincarnation and follows two lovers who are reborn in different eras. The film was a huge commercial success and received critical acclaim for its direction, screenplay, visual effects, music, and performances. The film won several awards, including four National Film Awards and nine Filmfare Awards South.
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The film was dubbed into Hindi and released in 2015 under the title Magadheera: The Great Warrior. The Hindi version also received positive reviews from the audience and critics, who praised the film's story, action, and romance. The film is widely considered as one of the best Telugu movies ever made and one of the best Hindi dubbed movies of all time.
The film begins with a scene of a battlefield in the year 1609, where a warrior named Kala Bhairava (Ram Charan) leads his army to victory against the enemies. He is in love with a princess named Mitravinda (Kajal Aggarwal), who is also a skilled archer. However, their love is opposed by her cousin Ranadev Billa (Dev Gill), who wants to marry her and become the king. Ranadev tries to kill Kala Bhairava, but fails. He then kidnaps Mitravinda and tries to escape with her. Kala Bhairava chases them and rescues Mitravinda, but is fatally wounded by Ranadev's men. Before dying, he vows to kill Ranadev and protect Mitravinda in their next lives.
The scene shifts to the present day, where Harsha (Ram Charan) is a bike stuntman who works for a film company. He meets Indu (Kajal Aggarwal), a student who looks exactly like Mitravinda, and falls in love with her. Indu also feels a connection with Harsha, but pretends to be in love with her friend's brother Raghuveer (Dev Gill), who looks exactly like Ranadev, to avoid his harassment. Raghuveer is a ruthless businessman who wants to marry Indu for her wealth and property. He also has a personal vendetta against Harsha, who had once humiliated him in front of his friends.
Harsha and Indu start to experience flashbacks of their past lives and realize that they are the reincarnations of Kala Bhairava and Mitravinda. They also learn that Raghuveer is the reincarnation of Ranadev, who is still after Indu's life. Harsha decides to protect Indu from Raghuveer and his goons, who try to kill them several times. Harsha also meets Sher Khan (Srihari), a Muslim warrior who was Kala Bhairava's friend and ally in his past life. Sher Khan helps Harsha and Indu to escape from Raghuveer's clutches.
The climax of the film takes place at the same fort where Kala Bhairava and Mitravinda had died. Harsha confronts Raghuveer and fights him in a sword duel. Harsha defeats Raghuveer and stabs him with the same sword that Kala Bhairava had used to kill Ranadev in his past life. Harsha then reunites with Indu and fulfills his vow.
Ram Charan as Kala Bhairava / Harsha
Kajal Aggarwal as Mitravinda / Indu
Dev Gill as Ranadev Billa / Raghuveer
Srihari as Sher Khan
Rao Ramesh as Ghora
Surya as Shiva Devaiah
Sarath Babu as Vikram Singh
Chiranjeevi as Magadheera (cameo appearance)
The film was conceived by S. S. Rajamouli, who wanted to make a film based on the concept of reincarnation. He was inspired by the stories of Yogi Vemana and the Telugu novel Parva by S. L. Bhyrappa. He wrote the script along with his father K. V. Vijayendra Prasad, who also provided the story and dialogues. The film was produced by Allu Aravind under his banner Geetha Arts, with a budget of 350 million. The film was shot in various locations, including Rajasthan, Gujarat, Kerala, and Hyderabad. The film's visual effects were done by R. C. Kamalakannan and his team, who used advanced techniques such as motion capture, chroma key, and matte painting. The film's music was composed by M. M. Keeravani, who collaborated with Rajamouli for the sixth time.
Release and reception
The film was released on 31 July 2009, with a runtime of 166 minutes. The film received positive reviews from critics, who praised the film's direction, screenplay, visual effects, music, and performances. The film was also a huge commercial success, grossing over 1.5 billion worldwide and becoming the highest-grossing Telugu film of all time at that time. The film also broke several records, such as the highest opening day collection, the highest first week collection, the highest number of 100 days centers, and the longest theatrical run.
The film won several awards and accolades, including four National Film Awards for Best Choreography (Shiva Shankar), Best Special Effects (R. C. Kamalakannan), Best Feature Film in Telugu, and Best Audiography (Kalyan Koduri). The film also won nine Filmfare Awards South for Best Film Telugu, Best Director Telugu (S. S. Rajamouli), Best Actor Telugu (Ram Charan), Best Actress Telugu (Kajal Aggarwal), Best Supporting Actor Telugu (Srihari), Best Music Director Telugu (M. M. Keeravani), Best Lyricist Telugu (Chandrabose for "Panchadara Bomma"), Best Male Playback Singer Telugu (Anuj Gurwara for "Panchadara Bomma"), and Best Female Playback Singer Telugu (Geetha Madhuri for "Bangaru Kodi Petta"). The film also received several other awards and nominations from various organizations and festivals.
Hindi dubbed version
The film was dubbed into Hindi and released in 2015 under the title Magadheera: The Great Warrior. The Hindi version was distributed by Goldmines Telefilms and had a television premiere on Sony Max on 28 June 2015. The Hindi version also received positive reviews from the audience and critics, who praised the film's story, action, and romance. The Hindi version also became popular among the Hindi-speaking audience and gained a cult following.
Magadheera is a 2009 Indian Telugu-language epic action romance film that is widely considered as one of the best Telugu movies ever made and one of the best Hindi dubbed movies of all time. The film is based on the concept of reincarnation and follows two lovers who are reborn in different eras. The film is directed by S. S. Rajamouli and stars Ram Charan and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles. The film received critical acclaim and commercial success for its direction, screenplay, visual effects, music, and performances. The film won several awards, including four National Film Awards and nine Filmfare Awards South.
If you are looking for a thrilling and romantic movie to watch, then Magadheera is the perfect choice for you. You can watch the movie in its original Telugu version or in its Hindi dubbed version, depending on your preference. You can also buy or rent the movie on Blu-ray or DVD from various online platforms or stores.
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