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GITA 2008

Director: Surya Teja

Shreya Jha
Sai Kumar
Nutan Prasad
Hamsa Nandini
Srinivas Reddy
Hema and others

Music: Shyam Kashyap

Camera: Bhupathi

Producers: Dr Ravikumar Pampana & Dr K Harinath Babu

Release date: 10/04/2008

An interesting thriller, the film begins with Rahul (Rishi) who is married to a loving and beautiful wife Sandhya (Shreya Jha) but then his nature is very flimsy and he believes in making money the easy way by exploiting innocent people. With this idea, he starts off a company called 'Dynamic Dreams' with his friend Chandu (Srinivas Reddy) and promises to make people's dreams come true. In this process, he makes false promises and extracts money from Gaurav (Chitram Sreenu) who dreams of becoming a film star, an aspiring politician and others. Also, he has this real obsession with women and plays with their feelings just to satisfy his sexual pleasures. A victim among them happens to be Hamsa (Hamsa Nandini) who believes Rahul will marry him. On the other hand, there are constant killings happening first of a lawyer, then a policeman and then a doctor and all of them are shot near a phone booth. Heading the investigation is the lazy cop Basha (Brahmaji). One day, Rahul goes to make a call at the public booth he often uses and gets a call instead, from then on starts a conversation with a stranger who has aimed his rifle at him from a hidden spot and the story takes turbulent twists with many ups and downs and sweating moments. Finally, he makes Rahul come out with his sins and confessions in the presence of his wife, police and the media. Who is the stranger? What is the link between Rahul and the voice over the phone? Where does 'Gita' fit amongst all this? To know about this, watch the film.
The first half of the film starts off on a regular mode and it is not until the starting of the second half that tension starts mounting. The film is a brave attempt to imitate the Hollywood thriller 'Phone Booth' starring Colin Farrell, Kiefer Sutherland, Forrest Whittaker and others and for those who have watched it, this film may not satisfy their tastes but for those who have not, this is truly a gripping treat and though there are loose ends in the script and presentation, the different concept of the film will find its appeal among the audience. The film has arrived without much noise and if it has to become a success, it is better the makers take an aggressive approach towards publicity for maximum reach to the public.

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