Release Date : 6 October, 2016 | Duration : 112 Min
Genre : Comedy, Drama, Thriller
Bhujangaiah an NRI comes back to his home town. He is a kind of man who lives by his own views and is reluctant to change or even opinions. On one fine day he decided to have a party with his friends. He is always accompanied by a auto rickshaw driver. Bhujangaiah deiced to have a fun time with an escort by the persuasion of Bhujagaiah. But what happnes is that she gets trapped inside a room. The auto driver who knows this also gets stranded up in lots of issues. As times nears dawn Bhujangaiah is in panic as everyone will know what he has done.
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