Veedhi (transl. Street) is a 2006 Telugu language film directed by V Dorairaj. The film stars Sharwanand and Gopika with newcomers Nataraj, Santhosh, and Aryan in important roles. Vinay Varma plays a negative role. This film marks the second collaboration of Sharwanand and Gopika after Yuvasena (2005).

Directed byV Dorairaj
Produced byRamoji Rao
Written byR Pruthvi Raj (dialogues)
Screenplay byV Dorairaj
Story byV Dorairaj
Music byAnup Rubens
CinematographyBharani K Dharan
Edited byBaswa Paidi Reddy
Release date
10 August 2006



The story is based on a true incident that happened in Bihar. The shooting of the film ended on June 3, 2006. Raju Voopati, who previously directed Dham rechristened himself as V Dorairaj for this film. The film is produced by Ushakiran Movies and has music by Anup Rubens. This film marks Rubens's second collaboration with Ushakiran Movies after Chitram (2000).[1]


The film was scheduled to release at the end of June, but was delayed.[1]

The film released to mixed reviews from critics.

Sify gave the film a rating of three out of five and wrote that "Veedhi is a dead end and most inept movie of the year award should go to its director Dorairaj".[2] The Full Hyderabad wrote that "The film has lesser logic than a bowl of goldfish – what lend it some platform of watchability are the performances". On the contrary, the critic praised the comedy sequences and performances of the newcomers.[3]


  1. ^ a b "Veedhi (the street) press meet - Telugu Cinema - Sharvanand, Gopika, Nataraj". Archived from the original on 2018-10-24. Retrieved 2020-03-29.
  2. ^ "Veedhi". Sify.
  3. ^ "Veedhi - The Street review: Veedhi - The Street (Telugu) Movie Review -". Archived from the original on 2019-03-16. Retrieved 2020-03-29.

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