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'Bendu Appa Rao RMP' dominates box office
The small budget movie has struck the right chord with the audiences across theaters as one of the most entertaining films after the unbeaten box office success 'Magadheera'

YET ANOTHER side-splitting signature Telugu film, ‘Bendu Appa Rao RMP’ conceived by the father-son duo of EVV Satyanarayana and ‘Allari’ Naresh continues to dominate the box office. The movie completes 50 days.


The small budget movie has struck the right chord with the audiences across theaters as one of the most entertaining films after the unbeaten box office success of ‘Magadheera’.
 

The story of Bendu Appa Rao is a rib tickling comedy of awkward doctors, monetary-cum-moral predicaments, Good Samaritan acts and crafty village headmen. Bendu Apparao is the local doctor in a small village full of gullible locals who rely on him even when he keeps duping them of their money. His outrageous modes of treatment don’t really kill, but he acquires a surefire number of recurring customers nevertheless.
 

“We are thrilled with the performance of Bendu Appa Rao and the huge response the movie is getting from audiences says EVV Satyanarayana, director of the movie. It is movie with a good blend of comedy, love, various moods and sentiments including some exotic foreign locales in the songs, a rural milieu as well as nostalgia-inducing sights of rural terrains.
 

“The combination of Suresh Productions with E.V.V. Satyanarayana has worked out perfectly once again. I am proud that Suresh Productions has introduced Allari Naresh and that he has grown to be such an acclaimed actor now.” Dr. D Ramanaidu producer of the film on the banner of Suresh Productions said.
 

The film is running to packed houses even today after its theatrical release four weeks ago.
 

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