Bujjigadu is a 2008 Indian Telugu-language action film directed by Puri Jagannadh and produced by K. S. Rama Rao. The film features Prabhas and Trisha in the lead roles, while Mohan Babu, Sanjjanaa, and Kota Srinivasa Rao play supporting roles. The film was later remade in Bangladesh as Pagla Deewana with Pori Moni & Shahriaz. Despite receiving negative reviews,[1][2] the film was a moderate success.

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Directed byPuri Jagannadh
Written byPuri Jagannadh
Produced byK.S. Rama Rao
Amala Paul
Mohan Babu
Meka Srikanth
Jagapathi Babu
Kota Srinivasa Rao
CinematographyShyam K. Naidu
Edited byVarma
Music bySandeep Chowta
Distributed byCreative Commercials
Release date
  • 22 May 2008 (2008-05-22)
Running time
146 minutes


Bujji (Prabhas) and Chitti (Trisha) are inseparable childhood friends and like each other. One day, they get into an argument. Chitti scolds Bujji and tells him to go away from her and never meet her again. When he pleads to her, she asks him to prove his sincerity by staying away from her for 12 years and promises to marry him if he does so. Though devastated, Bujji reluctantly agrees to stay away from her and moves to Chennai to keep a distance. Meanwhile, Chitti's family moves to Hyderabad, cutting all ties from Bujji's family.

Bujji grows up in Chennai and becomes a hooligan, though he preserves his soft nature and his love for Chitti. After 12 years, he comes back to meet Chitti but gets caught up in a small brawl and ends up in jail. There, he meets the sons of Machi Reddy (Kota Srinivasa Rao), and they offer him one crore to finish off Sivanna (Mohan Babu). Bujji thinks that he could save money for his married life and agrees, but when Bujji tries to kill Sivanna, he is injured. Sivanna gets impressed with his innocence and purity and asks him to stay with him for a while. He stays there on the name of Rajinikanth, Bujji's favorite actor.

Later, Bujji meets Meghana, whose real name is Chitti (Trisha) and is Sivanna's sister. However, Bujji is unable to recognize her as Chitti. After few events, Bujji at last comes to know that Meghana was Chitti and tries to reveal that to her, but Sivanna stops him, saying that Meghana would only stay with him until she finds Bujji, as she actually hates her brother since he was responsible for his first wife's death. When Machi Reddy learns that he is part of Sivanna's gang, his sons shoot Chitti, kidnap Sivanna's second sister Kangana (Sanjjanaa), and ask to switch her for Sivanna. Chitti sends Bujji to save Sivanna. Bujji and Sivanna manage to thrash Machi Reddy and all the goons. Sivanna gets seriously injured but survives. After recovery, he asks Bujji and Chitti what the fight they had in their childhood was about. Bujji states that one time on the beach, Chitti had built a sand temple with a stone as a representation for her God, but Bujji had destroyed it and it made her angry. The film ends with Chitti reuniting with Bujji and living with Sivanna.



The film was released worldwide with 750 prints. It Was Dubbed In Malayalam As Rudran And In Tamil As Kumaran Rajini Rasigan. It Was Dubbed In Hindi As Deewar: Man Of Power And It Was Dubbed In Bhojpuri As Yeh Deewar.


The soundtrack for the film was composed by Sandeep Chowta and released on 18 April 2008 by Aditya Music.

Soundtrack album by
Released18 April 2008
LabelAditya Music
ProducerSandeep Chowta
Sandeep Chowta chronology
Om Shanti Om
Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic
Track list
1."Talaiva"Bhaskarabhatla Ravi KumarMark Lazaro, Anaida4:03
2."Sudu Sude"Bhaskarabhatla Ravi KumarSandeep Chowta, Shruti Pathak4:11
3."Chitti Aayire"Bhaskarabhatla Ravi KumarPradip Somasundaran, Sonu Kakkar4:50
4."Love Me"KandikondaSandeep Chowta, Nikita Nigam4:07
5."Guchchi Guchchi"KandikondaSandeep Chowta, Shruti Pathak3:14
6."Dhadak Dhadak"KandikondaSandeep Chowta, Nikita Nigam4:13
Total length:24:38


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