Raju Gadu

Raju Gadu is a 2018 Telugu comedy film, produced by Sunkara Ramabrahmam on AK Entertainments Pvt Ltd banner[2] and directed by Sanjana Reddy,[3] starring Raj Tarun, Amyra Dastur, Rajendra Prasad in the lead roles[4] and music composed by Gopi Sundar.[5][6] Sajid Nadiadwala is developing the Hindi Remake named Pilfer Singh with Reddy as director and Kartik Aaryan and Amyra Dastur as leads.

Raju Gadu
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Theatrical release poster
Directed bySanjana Reddy
Produced bySunkara Ramabrahmam
Written byVeligonda Srinivas (dialogues)
Screenplay bySanjana Reddy
Story byHabib Faisal
StarringRaj Tarun
Amyra Dastur
Rajendra Prasad
Music byGopi Sundar
CinematographyB. Rajashekar
Edited byM.R. Varma
AK Entertainments Pvt Ltd
Release date
  • 1 June 2018 (2018-06-01)[1]
Running time
130 mins


Raju (Raj Tarun) is a kleptomaniac i.e., an impulse to steal without his own knowledge, his father Narayana (Rajendra Prasad) sees his problem in childhood and takes him to Dr. Saima (Prudhvi Raj) who has pledged to cure it by inventing a new medicine, but is unsuccessful. Due to the disease, Raju has constant breakups with girls, once a college girl Vennela (Pujita Ponnada) warns him not to love any girl, otherwise, she is going to disclose the truth. Thereafter, Raju gets acquainted with beautiful Tanvi (Amyra Dastur), when he starts covering his disease with various funny reasons, thereby winning her love. After a few hilarious incidents, Tanvi's parents (Shiju & Pramodini Pammi) accept their alliance. Now there is a twist in the story, Tanvi's grandfather Suryanarayana (Nagineedu) is the most respected person in the village who hates thieves and punishes them by severing their hands. After entering their village, frightened Raju makes everyone believe that his father has kleptomania. Meanwhile, a terrorist group is in search of Raju as he has stolen their bomb which was to blast for a contract of 100 crores. Meanwhile, Anji (Rao Ramesh) the past servant of Suryanarayana has been ostracized from the village for the theft of temple ornaments. After 25 years, Anji returns as a millionaire to take avenge against Suryanarayana. So, he makes a ploy by again making the theft of the ornaments and indicting Suryanarayana. Here, to protect Suryanarayana's honor, Raju takes the blame, admits the reality regarding his disease when he has been insulted badly and Tanvi starts hating him. Eventually, Anji shakes hand with the terrorists, strikes a deal coincidentally and provides the bomb in Raju's towel. At last, Raju nabs the real culprits proves Anji as a miscreant when everyone understands his virtue and requests his pardon. On the other side, Raju at present steals the triggering device of the terrorists and accidentally activates it by which the entire gang dies in the blast. Finally, in the post-credits Raju again steals the wedding chain, at the time of his marriage and everybody laughs at him.



Raju Gadu
Film score by
LabelAditya Music
ProducerGopi Sundar

Music composed by Gopi Sundar. Music released on ADITYA Music Company.

1."Rabbaru Buggala Ramachilaka"Ramajogayya SastryHemachandra4:19
2."Arere Arere"Ramajogayya SastrySai Charan4:34
3."Rendu Kalla Ninda"BhaskarabhatlaSri Krishna, Ramya Behra4:03
4."Devatalara Devatalara"Ramajogayya SastrySai Charan, Harini Ivaturi3:57
5."Sarasaku Ra"Ramajogayya SastryMohana Bhogaraju, Saketh Komanduri, Arjun Chandy5:03
Total length:16:53


  1. ^ AuthorTelanganaToday (6 May 2018). "'Raju Gadu' to release on June 1". Telanganatoday.com. Retrieved 2 June 2018.
  2. ^ https://www.telugu360.com/raj-taruns-real-estate-package-ak-entertainments/
  3. ^ "Raj Tarun-Sanjana Reddy film back on track!". Deccanchronicle.com. Retrieved 2 June 2018.
  4. ^ iQlik Movies. "Raju Gadu Telugu Movie Review, Raj Tarun, Amyra Dastur, Anil Sunk". Iqlikmovies.com. Retrieved 2 June 2018.
  5. ^ https://www.indiaglitz.com/raju-gadu-review-telugu-movie-22319
  6. ^ "RAJU GADU: Raj Tarun-starrer Raju Gadu is set for a summer release | Telugu Movie News - Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2 June 2018.

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