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Hello Brother

Hello Brother

Hello Brother is a 1994 Indian Telugu-language action comedy film, produced by K. L. Narayana under the Sri Durga Arts banner, presented by S. Gopal Reddy and directed by E V V Satyanarayana. It stars Akkineni Nagarjuna, Ramya Krishna, Soundarya in the lead roles and music composed by Raj-Koti. The film is loosely based on Twin Dragons (1992), combined with plot elements borrowed from the Hindi film Kishen Kanhaiya (1990).

Plot

Misra (Charan Raj) is a dacoit. SP Chakravarthy (Sarath Babu) arrests him. Misra wounds himself and is taken to hospital for the cure, where Chakravarthy is waiting for his wife Geeta (Sangeetha), who is pregnant and she gives birth to twins and the doctor says that both children have reflection mentality, that means "if it pains to one other also hurts" depending on distance. Misra escapes and takes one of the twins with him, hurting Geeta. Chakravarthy goes after him, he is unable not find the child, but shoots Misra. The child is taken by a with her husband and they adopted him. They have a daughter and one day in an accident at construction place both are killed. The two children become orphans and they grow up, but the brother Deva (Akkineni Nagarjuna) with his friend Kasi (Brahmanandam), another orphan, become thieves for earning. On the other hand, Geetha goes into coma and Chakravarthy takes her to America for the cure, here the other twin Ravi Varma (also Nagarjuna) is brought up. He returns to India as a rock star to give performances. He is received by Giribabu (Chakravarthy's friend), who wishes to marry his daughter Manga (Ramya Krishna) to him. But Manga is in love with Deva. In the airport, Ravi Varma sees Ooha (Soundarya), daughter of Akkamamba (Annapoorna, 42), who is organizing his public performances and falls in love with her. Simhachalam Srihari, who is Akkamamba's brother also wishes to marry Ooha. Meanwhile, at home Manga advances with him thinking he is Deva. One day in a restaurant they see each other and find that they are identical, which leads to hilarious misunderstandings.