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Thugs Of Ramaghada Movie Review: The Unbearable Goriness Of Being

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Thugs Of Ramaghada Movie Review: The Unbearable Goriness Of Being

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Thugs Of Ramaghada Movie Review: The Unbearable Goriness Of Being
Thugs Of Ramaghada Movie Review: The Unbearable Goriness Of Being

The plot of the film revolves around a group of people who are involved in crime in order to earn easy money. Start with Aravind ( Chandhan Raja ), hiring a gang to steal money from businessman Felix. They conspire to stop and steal Felix's car, but Felix's daughter Jennifer ( Sharmila Chandrasekhar ) went to the car with the money instead. Jennifer was shot dead by a gang member when he grabbed her bag full of money. The gang fled the scene, and the police filed a case.

Meanwhile, Jennifer's husband, Samuel ( Aswin Hassan ) appears at the scene and begins to kill the gang members one by one. At this point, the scene changes to a rocky spot near Ramagadha where Aravind sees a foreigner running away with money after killing a gang member. Aravind chases after the stranger and tries to shoot him, but the villager Malana is killed in the shootout.

Aravind asked rickshaw driver Shamba to take him to the nearest police station. Shampoo refuses, but her sister Renuka ( mahalakshmi annapurna ), insisted that he help Aravind and even allowed him to spend the night at his house. They both fall in love. Meanwhile, Samuil reached Rigada. What happened to Aravind and Samuel was the climax.

Ashwin, who has played a police inspector in several Kannada films, dressed up as a horny husband seeking brutal revenge for the murder of his pregnant wife.

Chandan Raj looks good. Mahalakshmi Annapurna is beautiful and her dialogues are good.


The downside of this movie is the bad script. Several scenes, especially one in which the biker's sister lets a stranger sleep over at her house, and another in which a stranger gets on a motorcycle to transport drugs, are unrealistic. The film shows police officers in dim light. Too much blood and gore is another weakness of this movie.

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Worth checking out if you have little to do and want to kill some time.

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