Arundhati

Synopsis: Arundhati is a descendant of the Gadwal ruling dynasty. It is agreed that she will marry Rahul. A few days before her marriage, she comes to the fort of Gadwal from Hyderabad. There she is drawn to a nearby abandoned fort where an evil is lying. When the evil gets loose, Arundhati is forced to fight again like her great-grandmother Jejamma had to in her time.
Director(s): Kodi Ramakrishna
Production: Mallemala Entertainments
  1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.3
Year:
2009
131 min
1,328 Views


Oh God! You're so excited!

You keep quiet!

Is it any ordinary matter?

Who don't you guys come out?

Come... come I say...

- Why are you shouting?

What's the matter sir?

You seem to very happy!

I'm feeling choked unable

to tell you the good news.

Where's Chandramma, who'll be

very happy to hear this good news?

What's it, my little one?

- That is...

Stop it son... stop...

Is my dear one fine in Hyderabad?

Can't you judge how fine she

would be looking at me?

You tell me,

after my mother Jejamma's marriage,

what's the biggest auspicious function

you'd be happy you see

That is...?

- Auspicious function!

What's it, son?

- Your most eagerly awaited auspicious function.

Is my dear one's marriage fixed?

- Yes.

God!

Back then, it was your marriage,

now this junior madam's marriage.

Where are you going?

- Wait, I'll come back in a minute.

Your marriage...

my vow...

Sir, isn't she your maid servant?

Why is she calling you informally?

We never treated her like a maid.

She's the oldest married woman

for my earlier and this generation.

other... Jejamma's marriage invitation.

I must see this marriage also.

The bride is your granddaughter,

why are you calling her with respect?

After the death of my mother Jejamma,

my family didn't have any girl child

for 3 generations,

so after she was born

I named her after my mother,

so I respect her like

I respect my mother.

Read the auspicious fixed time, little one.

with star Mrigaseera,

- Mrigaseera!

in the auspicious time of Mithuna,

- Mithuna... same time!

early morning at 6:14 am!

Your mother is born again

as your grand daughter.

That's she, this marriage is also

fixed at the same time like hers.

Arundhati is marrying at the

same auspicious time Jejamma married.

Welcome to Gadwal!

What's this heavy downpour?

It started as soon as we entered the outskirts.

Drive carefully!

Sir's family, Chandramma and others will

be waiting for this marriage agreement.

Isn't it our luck to this agreement?

Yes, our madam Arundhati...

Are you fine?

- What happened?

That's what I too can't understand.

What had really happened?

Can't see anything!

There's a palatial bungalow!

Come, let's call home.

Where are you going?

Go back I say.

Our car met with an accident,

we want to make a phone call.

This is not real.

What about the building we can see?

Go back.

- We need to call urgently, come.

Why is he stopping us?

I think he's a mad man.

Come... come in...

Our car met with...

- I know everything.

This is all yours, please come in.

This looks like some royal palace...

- Yes!

Where is she?

This is kingdom of Gadwal!

It's my son's!

Leaving my son alone here,

is Arundhati marrying there?

I'll not let it happen!

Dear... I'm here!

Upstairs... please come dear...

Dear... I'm inside this...

Inside that?

What's happening here, Susheeela?

This is... this is my... grave!

Grave?

- It's grave, dear!

Grave? How do I get you out of it?

Break it open, dear!

- How did you get into it?

Is it necessary to you?

It's totally dark inside.

I'm unable to breathe,

please break it open, hubby!

Please break it open, dear...

Break it open... I say!

Break open this grave!

Break it open I say!

Break open this grave!

Break it open!

Break it!

- Break it...

Release him from that grave!

Release my son from it.

- Break it open!

Release free my son from her spell.

Release free my son from her spell.

Hey Arundhati! How long do I've

to undergo this punishment?

I'm burning with revenge inside

this grave for 80 years now.

War!

Death!

Your end!

Are you going to marry Arundhati?

You left me to decay in a grave,

I'll not leave you, Bommali!

I'll come... I'll come definitely...

and take revenge on you.

Man dying with revenge

will become a ghost.

It'll not leave this world

till it avenges.

It'll wait for generations

to seek revenge.

Greetings Prasad.

- Greetings Raju.

You've arranged very grandly your

daughter's marriage henna ceremony.

My only daughter,

I can't believe she's grown up to marry.

This is nothing, he'll stun Hyderabad

with the grandeur of marriage.

She's apple of your eye.

Brother, priest says it's time

for the function to start. - Is it?

Yes, dear.

It's time for the function,

where is Arundhati?

They are getting her ready upstairs.

Dear Arundhati!

You are the moon...

Your smile is the moonbeam...

You're groomed elaborately

after taking bath in clouds...

Shining bright with pearl flourish...

The moment festivities began...

This home has become

celestial Brindhavan...

Your cheeks are blooming

like blushing flowers...

Shall we the eagerness of

the wild heart in anticipation?

She was with us till now

to come out in open today...

We were waiting for years

to see this day of festivities...

Grew up amongst us

in the cradle of love...

She grew up fondly with loving care...

She's living Goddess of wealth...

Where ever she goes.

prosperity follows her...

The man who'll marry you is coming...

What a beauty!

Dance with me. O my love...

You were born for me only...

I promise to look after you

like my own eyes...

They say she's golden hearted...

you're lucky to have her...

She'll walk with you all along.

even in dream she'll not leave you...

Look at the beauty.

whose dreams have come true...

These festivities around me...

It's a boon of my life...

It'll become a part of my heart

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