Synopsis: When a mysterious illness ravages a remote village, the villagers embrace a reluctant taxi driver as their savior.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Trivikram Srinivas
Production: Ficus Pictures
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
170 min

Did they run away when l shouted?

A coward can never become an

assistant director. - What?

We will talk rest of

the things later. - Yes.

Go and bring the luggage first.

- Yes, l will bring it right now.


- Yes?

Will you feel bad if l

ask something? - No.

Have you come to the

desert to shoot a documentary..

..or to do romance

with the heroines?

l don't make any

relations with the girls. - What?

By the way, l don't have any

relations with the girls too.

Are you that?

- What?

Sir, by the way, for what

work have you come here?

Me, right?

- Yes.

To dry the clothes

in bright sunshine.

You are not replying any

of my questions correctly.

Will l reply

correctly if you ask me?

Do you know Hardoike Raju?

- l love him.

He is grandfather's darling.

That is my name.

So you are Hardoike Raju?

Yes. lt was a long name, so

l kept a short name as Raju.

How is my name?

- lt sounds good to hear.

And while uttering it too.

- Oh!

Sir, what is your father?

l don't have my parents.

My grandfather is all l have.

He is a teacher. He

teaches in school too.

He takes the class at home too.

Honestly speaking, he is a bookworm.

lf he gives a gift, he

gives a pen or pencil only.

l was fed up of studying.

There is maid who does

all the household chores..

..while watching TV.

And this is the cook. She

cooks while reading a book.

And this is the photo of my parents.

'Grandfather, take the

progress report. - Very good.'

What should l tell you, Babulal?

There was no happiness

on grandfather's face..

..even if l scored

90 marks out of 100.

'You have scored only

90 marks out of 100?!'

'lf this goes on, what

will you do when you grow up?'

'l have got a job as a

taxi driver, grandfather.'

'You have diabetes so

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