Synopsis: Radha (Naga Chaitanya) and Krishna (Samantha) are a married couple with a kid Bittu in early 1980's. They die in an accident. Bittu (Nagarjuna) grows up and happens to see reincarnation of his father and his mother as youngsters. The rest of the story is all about how Bittu tries to unite these two youngsters. And there is another twist in the tale for which you must watch the movie on the big screen!
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
163 min


Radha has it turned on?

- No.

What happened?

I'm checking, Krishna.

Fast, Bittu will wake up.

Yes, yes, yes, its on.

Make it fast.

Did you put in the batteries?

Yes. It's on.

Today is Bittu's birthday.

Did you feed the date?

Yeah, yeah, okay date. Thirteen.

Since we got married,

I've wanted to tell you something.

I will tell you today.

I've got you a gift too...

I am not in the mood

to listen to you now.

We have to give gifts to Bittu.

Lets finish what's important.

Everyone is waiting downstairs.

Happy happy birthday Bittu.

You have become a

very big boy today.

There is no one else

more dangerous than you.

But you have to become

even more dangerous, okay?

You should break all

the gifts I got you in a week.

Only then will you get new ones.

That's enough, turn it here.

Happy birthday Dear.

Has it already been 6 years Bittu?

From the time you were born until now,

I don't know how time has gone.

Before you were born,

I don't remember anything at all.

You're the best boy

in the whole world.

And thank you, thank you

for selecting me as your mother.

You have to grow even bigger,

study well, help everyone...

...make everyone say Bittu

is a good boy and do us proud, okay?

I love you.

Come, let's go!

Ladies first.

Bittu. Bittu.

Get up. Bittu wake up. Bittu.

Bittu, get up.

Bittu, get up sweetie.

Get up, get up, get up, get up.

Get up, get up.

Happy birthday dear.

- Happy birthday sweetie.

Happy birthday Bittu.

Thank you mummy.

Where are my gifts daddy?

Hugs and kisses for mom,

but dad has to get the gifts?

Not fair Bittu, not fair at all.

Happy birthday dear.

- Thank you daddy.

Where are my gifts?

They are in the hall, go and see.


Bittu, how is the cycle?

Its good, right?

Yes daddy, thank you.

That's enough, give it to me.

- Come on Bittu, Bittu.

Light the candle.

Happy birthday to you,

happy birthday to you.

Happy birthday dear Bittu.

Bittu, Bittu. Make a wish, make a wish.

Mom and dad should never fight

both of them should always be happy.

Happy birthday to you.

Come Bittu, cut it.

You made a wish, right?

You made a wish, right?

- Yes daddy.

Cut a big piece.

Why are you doing that?

- What happened Krishna?

What are you doing?

I don't like a knife on Bittu's name.

Shall we cut the cake?

Cut it Bittu.

Bittu, Bittu, Bittu. Here, have cake.

Bittu look here. Look here.

Happy birthday to you.

- Look here.

Happy birthday.

- Happy birthday.

I'm taking two of course.

- Okay, take it.

Bittu, why aren't you playing?

Have I ever played without you?

Where did you go?

Mom will never go anywhere, sweetheart.

Whenever you want me... just have to say mom and

I will be right there next to you.

I am here now. Come lets go play.

"A dream that has touched

my eyes has shown you to me"

"And transformed me into you"

"Like magic, like an enchanting spell"

"You smiles pulled my heart"

"I am in you"

"Though I am in you"

"I wished for you love"

"I am in you"

"I became your companion"

"I've loved only you"

"A dream that has

touched my eyes"

"Until today, happiness

is in abundance"

"Don't why it has left me now"

"Has the moonlight become darkness"

"Have the smiles disappeared"

"Have the sorrows followed

me like a shadow"

"A wound has evoked in me"

"Will time show me the path"

"I am you"

"I am your silence"

"My heart is filled

with your thoughts"

"Am I not there with you"

"A dream that has

touched my eyes"

"Oh moon, come with us"

"Are you hiding above"

"Oh lovely rain"

"At least you come"

"Will you dance with us"

Krishna, what is this?

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