Telugu    Mar 11, 2008 (India)  

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Aarya MBBS is a 2008 Indian Telugu romance film released on Mar 11, 2008. The film is directed by Bala Sekharan, produced by Rekha Combines under banner named Teja Cinema. Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him
Run, where Madhavan clashed with his lover\'s rowdy brother, was a terrific entertainer that kicked off the trend of an everyday hero going up against a powerful bad guy. Padaiyappa, where Rajni went up against a haughty, vindictive woman, was another good entertainer that thrived on the encounters between Rajni and Ramya. So its a surprise that Aarya, which is a mix of those films in its setup, fails miserably to entertain us. The weak screenplay fails to hide the silliness in its basic premise and so the film fails to engage us. Aarya(Madhavan) moves to Chennai from Coimbatore and joins the final year in a medical college. Deepika(Bhavana), a first year student in the college, is the uncrowned queen of the college and is used to having things her way. The reason behind this is that she is the sister of Prakashraj, a dreaded rowdy who doesn\'t think twice about killing people standing in his way. But Aarya stands up to her and after a few clashes, Deepika falls for him and is determined to wed him. But Aarya isn\'t interested in her. Aarya starts off like a younger version of Padaiyappa as Bhavana tries to intimidate Madhavan and he stands up to her. The clashes between them never rise above a certain level and their meetings are filled with predictable segments like Bhavana setting rowdies on him Check out this page for more updates on Aarya MBBS.

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