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Oosaravelli

Oosaravelli (English: Chameleon) is a 2011 Telugu romantic thriller film directed by Surender Reddy. It stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead roles and Shaam, Prakash Raj, Payal Ghosh, Murali Sharma, Jaya Prakash Reddy and Rahman in supporting roles. The score and soundtrack for the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film released across 1,800 screens worldwide. It broke previous tollywood records of highest opening day gross by grossing ₹16.3 crore (US$2.5 million). This film is inspired from Chinese-French film Vengeance (2009). The film is remade into Bengali in 2013 as Rocky, directed by Sujit Mondal, starring Mahaakshay Chakraborty and Pooja Bose. This movie is dubbed in Hindi as Mar Mitenge.

Tony (N. T. Rama Rao Jr) does anything for money. When Tony went to Kashmir he met a young girl named Niharika (Tamannaah) while being kidnapped by terrorists. He falls in love with her and then rescues her. But Tony found out that Niharika was already engaged to Rakesh. Rakesh is a goon (and the minister’s son) but Niharika doesn’t know that. When Niharika found out that he was a goon, she dumped him. And she also came to know that she is in love with Tony. Later on Tony kills Rakesh and captures his son DSP Jr.(Sai). Later on when Tony, Niharika, and Chitra (Payal Ghosh) go to the temple, Chitra sees Tony killing someone. And then there is a flashback about how he and Niharika met before but she lost her memory. That happened because Niharika’s brother was an undercover cop and when goons found out they killed the whole family. The only one who survived was Niharika but she had a bullet in her head. The doctors said that she would lose her memory soon. So, she tells Tony to kill the people who killed her family because she had seen Tony beating up a bunch of people. In the end tony kills all the goons who killed Niharika’s family.

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