Cinema Chupista Maava

Synopsis: Kaththi(Raj Tarun) is a careless youth who spends his life without any goal. One fine day, he falls in love with a Bengali girl named Parineetha(Avika Gor) and her father has some conditions for him to marry her daughter.
Genre: Family
143 min


When a person

who is not related to us

enters our house

and tells us what our

family members think about us

do you know how it feels?

To know that,

you need to know about me.

My name is Somnath Chatterjee.

I work for

The Medical Council of India

as Deputy Secretary

for Quality and Vigilance.

We are a Bengali family

settled in Hyderabad.

Everything associated with me

should be of a high quality.

If I am asked whether

I want quality or life

I would say, I want life

as long as there is quality in it.

I cannot tolerate to see

anything that

doesn't have quality.

Why are you using the same syringe

that has already been used?

Somnath Chatterjee.

Deputy Secretary

for Quality and Vigilance.

Sir, good morning!

How are you?

- No questions, I want answers.

Sir, both of them have been

prescribed the same injection.

Their bodies are not

directly in contact.

So, I gave them the injection

using the same syringe.

Seize the hospital.

Sir, it is wrong to use

one syringe for two people.

But seizing the hospital for it?

People will laugh

if they learn about it.

Sir, others think

that I am a bit insane

but you seem to be

more insane than me.

Sir, give me some respect.

I am talking to you!

Sir, will you shut down a hospital

Sir, will you shut down a hospital

worth 50 million,

for using a syringe worth Rs. 5?

Is it right?

Let us meet in the court.

Tell me how much you want,

I will give it to you.

You might know how to

make money by risking lives

but I don't know that.

If a person dies due to infection

caused by using a syringe

of bad quality

then will this hospital built with

50 million bring his life back?

The point is not about the

syringe, it is about quality.

If a person lacks quality

then his deeds too

would lack quality.

In future, his deeds land

him in troubles like these.

You said you are

a bit insane, right?

I am finickier than you

when it comes to quality.

Professionally, I have

high standards of quality

but personally, I put even more

emphasis on living a quality life.

A Chetak scooter with a mileage

of 50 kilometres per liter.

A daughter who scores full marks.

A wife who is not obedient.

With them,

I am living a quality life.

I taught my daughter to live

a quality life from childhood.

Quality in studies.

Quality in studies.

Quality in eating.

Quality in sleeping too.

Don't drink that!

Contaminated water!


Give me a bottle of water.

- Take this, sir.

Not a packet..

Give me a water bottle.

Don't you have a branded one?

- No.

I will.. I will seize the shop.

Just wait and watch..

Give me a water bottle.


Very good! Very good!




There are people who mock

my obsession with quality.

There are people who mock

my obsession with quality.

But there is one person who

lives, dresses and talks like me.

My nephew, Rahul.

He's my reflection when

it comes to quality.

'Sunday Andhrajyoti'.


Pratibha.. Education and Quality.

Computer is an

electronic device..

Read this. It has quality

in matter as well as material.

Will you not read it?

People with high standards for

quality don't waste time like this!

Are you writing a diary?

Quality! Carry on!

I was living a life

filled with quality

until a guy with no

standards came by.

"The sound of the flute.. The sound

of the flute makes me go ecstatic."

"My excitement is touching the sky.

It has made.. Made me go ecstatic."

Hey! Why are you

creating this nuisance?

This area is inhabited

by decent people.

You are dancing like animals

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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