Visakha Express (film)
Visakha Express is a 2008 Indian Telugu-language action thriller film directed by Mullapudi Vara. The film stars Allari Naresh, Rajiv Kanakala, Preeti Jhangiani, and Sindhu Tolani. The basic plot of the story is taken from Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train (1951), which is about the two strangers and exchange of murders. It was dubbed in Hindi under the title Aur Ek Takkar (English: One More Clash).
|Directed by||Mullapudi Vara|
|Produced by||Tulasi Gopal|
|Written by||Chandra Sekhar Yeleti|
|Music by||Vijay Kurakula|
|8 February 2008|
Two strangers Dr. Raja (Rajiv Kanakala) and Ravi Varma (Allari Naresh) meet each other on a train, Visakha Express. Raja is annoyed with the problems caused by his drunkard father (Kota Srinivasa Rao) and in an unconscious situation shares his problems with Ravi Varma. Few days later, his father injures himself in an accident and brought to hospital, who dies of poisoning and the blame is put on the doctor. In fact, it is Ravi Varma who designs the death on the train.
Ravi Varma marries Suchitra (Preeti) who is an ex-girlfriend of Raja. Ravi Varma is dissatisfied with the relationship between his wife and Raja and wanted to eliminate her. So Ravi Varma kills Raja's father and throw that case on Raja. He also blackmails Raja that if he kill his wife suchitra, He will save him. Remaining story is how Raja saved his ex-girlfriend and kill Ravi Varma.
- Allari Naresh as Ravi Varma
- Rajiv Kanakala as Dr. Raja
- Preeti Jhangiani as Suchitra
- Kota Srinivasa Rao as Dr. Raja's father
- Sindhu Tolani as Kokila
- Ali as Superintendent of Police
- Mumaith Khan as Geetha
- Narsing Yadav
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