Green Signal

Green Signal is a 2014 Telugu film directed by Vijay Maddhala and produced by Rudrapati Ramana Rao. It was co produced by Maruthi Dasari. It features an ensemble cast of Revanth, Shilpi Sharma, Gopal Sai, Maanas, Ashutosh, Rakshita, Manali Rathod, Dimple Chopade in the lead roles.[1] J.B. composed the music for the film.[2] The film released on 30 May 2014 in theaters.[3]

Green Signal
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Directed byVijay Maddhala
Produced byRudrapati Ramana Rao
Written bySatyadeva Sharma
Gopal Sai
Manali Rathod
Dimple Chopade
Shilpi Sharma
Music byJ.B.
Release date
  • 30 May 2014 (2014-05-30)


Critical receptionEdit

The Times of India wrote, "It's almost as if the movie is just an excuse for the filmmaker to stitch together as many of pj's (Poor jokes) as possible. To call it a sleaze fest will be putting it kindly".[4] wrote, "Green Signal is one film which lacks in many departments. The premise chosen and subject had good scope for hilarious entertainment an comedy. But a weak narrative and mediocre direction kills this promising story".[5] wrote, "The film has some distasteful gay humour and some terrible sexist humour. The director fails to infuse the required energy into the proceedings, and the famous 3-minute monologue from Pyaar Ka Punchnama is recreated terribly...The Maruthi brand of movies immediately needs to be shown the red light". wrote, "Unlike in a profound film, there is no much substance in this film...apart from some good dialogues here and there, the film is not worth it if you have watched the original".[6] wrote, "This could have perhaps been a good break-out film for Vijay Maddhala, only if he could have worked on some refreshing subject rather spoiling some well made Bollywood films. As it stands, Green Signal isn't one to rush to the cinema, but instead best enjoyed in parts on DVD or telecast".[7]


1."Dheko Dheko"Sai Shivani 
4."Ohh Romeo"Pranavi 
5."Janeja"J. B, Ramya 


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  3. ^ "'Green Signal' to release tomorrow". IndiaGlitz. 29 May 2014. Retrieved 30 May 2014.
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