Telugu    Mar 20, 2006 (India)  

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Pournami is a 2006 Indian Telugu action, drama film released on Mar 20, 2006. The film is directed by Prabhudheva, produced by M.S.Raju under banner named Sumanth Arts.

Pouranami is Prabhudevas's Second movie after Nuvvuvasthanante Nenoddantana as a Director.Once upon a time, may be three centuries ago, there was a village that was severely hit by a famine. A danseuse from a traditional family comes forward to dance in Lord Shiva temple for rains. Since then it has become a tradition that a girl from that particular family should dance in Shiva Temple on Pournami day for every 12 years. During 1960’s it is the turn of Pournami (Trisha) to perform the sacred ritual and she goes missing a few months before the D-day.

Siva Kesava (Prabhas) arrives in that village and attracts Chandra Kala (Charmme) – sister of Pournami. The local Zamindar (Rahul Dev) lusts for Chandra Kala. Siva Kesava convinces Chandra Kala and her father that she could perform the ritual on Pournami. But, Siva Kesava’s past catches up with him. The rest of the story is all about how the dance performance ritual at the temple takes place.


Long ago, a great drought befell a village. A dancer from a traditional family came forth to dance in the Shiva temple for many days and nights. Her dedication to Lord Shiva and the village earn her the respect of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They bless the village with rains ending the drought. The dancer's dying wish was that a girl from her family must dance on pournami (full moon night) every 12 years in front of Lord Shiva temple. This brings us to present day - another 12th year when the dance will take place. Pournami (Trisha Krishnan), the elder daughter of the family goes missing. Rumors of her eloping are rampant among the villagers, much to her father's chagrin. Pournami's younger sister Chandrakala (Charmy Kaur) never learnt the dance as her father refused to teach her (after Pournami's disappeareance). Chandrakala's stepmother rules the house with an iron fist and has rented out the extra room of their house to earn some extra money - who should take the room but Shiva Keshava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor! The film follows Chandrakala and Shiva's growing relationship, as they navigate family connections and a lecherous zamindar (Rahul Dev) to prepare for the next Pournami dance ritual.
Long ago, a great drought befell a village. A dancer from a traditional family came forth to dance in the Shiva temple for many days and nights. Her dedication to Lord Shiva and the village earn her the respect of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They bless the village with rains ending the drought. The dancer's dying wish was that a girl from her family must dance on pournami (full moon night) every 12 years in front of Lord Shiva temple. This brings us to present day - another 12th year when the dance will take place. Pournami (Trisha Krishnan), the elder daughter of the family goes missing. Rumors of her eloping are rampant among the villagers, much to her father's chagrin. Pournami's younger sister Chandrakala (Charmy Kaur) never learnt the dance as her father refused to teach her (after Pournami's disappeareance). Chandrakala's stepmother rules the house with an iron fist and has rented out the extra room of their house to earn some extra money - who should take the room but Shiva Keshava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor! The film follows Chandrakala and Shiva's growing relationship, as they navigate family connections and a lecherous zamindar (Rahul Dev) to prepare for the next Pournami dance ritual.
Long ago, a great drought befell a village. A dancer from a traditional family came forth to dance in the Shiva temple for many days and nights. Her dedication to Lord Shiva and the village earn her the respect of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They bless the village with rains ending the drought. The dancer's dying wish was that a girl from her family must dance on pournami (full moon night) every 12 years in front of Lord Shiva temple. This brings us to present day - another 12th year when the dance will take place. Pournami (Trisha Krishnan), the elder daughter of the family goes missing. Rumors of her eloping are rampant among the villagers, much to her father's chagrin. Pournami's younger sister Chandrakala (Charmy Kaur) never learnt the dance as her father refused to teach her (after Pournami's disappeareance). Chandrakala's stepmother rules the house with an iron fist and has rented out the extra room of their house to earn some extra money - who should take the room but Shiva Keshava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor! The film follows Chandrakala and Shiva's growing relationship, as they navigate family connections and a lecherous zamindar (Rahul Dev) to prepare for the next Pournami dance ritual.
Long ago, a great drought befell a village. A dancer from a traditional family came forth to dance in the Shiva temple for many days and nights. Her dedication to Lord Shiva and the village earn her the respect of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They bless the village with rains ending the drought. The dancer's dying wish was that a girl from her family must dance on pournami (full moon night) every 12 years in front of Lord Shiva temple. This brings us to present day - another 12th year when the dance will take place. Pournami (Trisha Krishnan), the elder daughter of the family goes missing. Rumors of her eloping are rampant among the villagers, much to her father's chagrin. Pournami's younger sister Chandrakala (Charmy Kaur) never learnt the dance as her father refused to teach her (after Pournami's disappeareance). Chandrakala's stepmother rules the house with an iron fist and has rented out the extra room of their house to earn some extra money - who should take the room but Shiva Keshava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor! The film follows Chandrakala and Shiva's growing relationship, as they navigate family connections and a lecherous zamindar (Rahul Dev) to prepare for the next Pournami dance ritual.
Long ago, a great drought befell a village. A dancer from a traditional family came forth to dance in the Shiva temple for many days and nights. Her dedication to Lord Shiva and the village earn her the respect of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They bless the village with rains ending the drought. The dancer's dying wish was that a girl from her family must dance on pournami (full moon night) every 12 years in front of Lord Shiva temple. This brings us to present day - another 12th year when the dance will take place. Pournami (Trisha Krishnan), the elder daughter of the family goes missing. Rumors of her eloping are rampant among the villagers, much to her father's chagrin. Pournami's younger sister Chandrakala (Charmy Kaur) never learnt the dance as her father refused to teach her (after Pournami's disappeareance). Chandrakala's stepmother rules the house with an iron fist and has rented out the extra room of their house to earn some extra money - who should take the room but Shiva Keshava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor! The film follows Chandrakala and Shiva's growing relationship, as they navigate family connections and a lecherous zamindar (Rahul Dev) to prepare for the next Pournami dance ritual.
Long ago, a great drought befell a village. A dancer from a traditional family came forth to dance in the Shiva temple for many days and nights. Her dedication to Lord Shiva and the village earn her the respect of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. They bless the village with rains ending the drought. The dancer's dying wish was that a girl from her family must dance on pournami (full moon night) every 12 years in front of Lord Shiva temple. This brings us to present day - another 12th year when the dance will take place. Pournami (Trisha Krishnan), the elder daughter of the family goes missing. Rumors of her eloping are rampant among the villagers, much to her father's chagrin. Pournami's younger sister Chandrakala (Charmy Kaur) never learnt the dance as her father refused to teach her (after Pournami's disappeareance). Chandrakala's stepmother rules the house with an iron fist and has rented out the extra room of their house to earn some extra money - who should take the room but Shiva Keshava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor! The film follows Chandrakala and Shiva's growing relationship, as they navigate family connections and a lecherous zamindar (Rahul Dev) to prepare for the next Pournami dance ritual. Check out this page for more updates on Pournami.

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