Telugu    Apr 12, 2001 (India)  

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Orey Thammudu is a 2001 Indian Telugu romance, drama film released on Apr 12, 2001. The film is directed by Sai Balaji, produced by R Srinivas under banner named Narayani Pictures.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them.
Vamsi (Arun Kumar) is a noisy college student spreading what is portrayed as infectious laughter around, in reality a euphemism for making a fool of himself with his clownish ways. This 'cool' guy gets embroiled in a confrontation with the ex-minister Sarvarayudu (Jeeva) for having written a love letter to his daughter, Sirisha. It is actually another guy by the same name who has done this. Thrashed thoroughly by Sarvarayudu's goons, Vamsi lands himself in the hospital. When his short-tempered brother Srinivas Yadav (Srihari) comes to know of it, he heads straight for Sarvarayudu's house and pays him back in his own coin for daring to touch his brother. Meanwhile, Vamsi, who sees Sirisha for the first time when he accompanies his brother to her house, falls in love with her at first sight. And the confrontation that starts off as an accident consolidates into a full time activity for the hero. And with this earth-shattering premise forming the crux of the film, the whole movie becomes a display of lung and muscle power by Srinivas Yadav to protect his brother from the goons and finally put an end to them. Check out this page for more updates on Orey Thammudu.

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