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Raja Kumarudu

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Raja Kumarudu

K. Raghavendra Rao C. Aswini Dutt Paruchuri Brothers (Dialogues) Satyanand Mahesh Babu Starring Preity Zinta Mani Sharma Music by Cinematography Jayanan Vincent Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao Editing by Distributed by Vyjayanthi Movies 28 June 1999 Release dates Directed by Produced by Written by Screenplay by Country Language India Telugu

Raja Kumarudu (Telugu: ; Translated: Prince) is a 1999 Telugu movie directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. It stars Mahesh Babu and Preity Zinta. In the movie Krishna made a guest appearance as the father of Mahesh Babu. Raja Kumarudu received positive reviews and was commercially successful.[1]


1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Release 4 Box-office 5 References 6 External links

Raj Kumar (Mahesh Babu) goes on holiday in Khandala and stays with his uncle Dhanunjay (Prakash Raj). He comes across Rani (Preity Zinta) and falls for her. However, he ends up teasing her and she begins to despise him. She is determined to avoid him, but he won't leave her alone. Raj Kumar saves Rani from some thugs, and she is impressed by his heroism. After spending some time together she begins to like him and eventually love him. Unfortunately his uncle has made other plans for him: He reveals the past of the hero's parents and his family. He mentions the challenge that he made with his in-laws to get the hero married to his daughter. Complying to this, the hero informs the heroine that their relationship needs to end there. Going with his uncle to the village for his uncle's daughter, to his joy he sees that it's none other than Rani. The rest of the movie revolves around the plot that is woven by him and his uncle to gain the heroine's hand and re-uniting the uncle with his family. This is done in a fun, comical way.


Mahesh Babu as Raj Kumar Preity Zinta as Rani Prakash Raj as Dhanunjay Jaya Prakash Reddy as Sarvarayudu Sumalatha as Rajyalakshmi, Dhanunjay's wife Krishna as Krishnamurthy Asrani as Police Inspector Srihari as Narsing Brahmanandam as Sub-Inspector Wagle M. S. Narayana as Policeman

Raja Kumarudu released with 78 prints in 116 screens.[2]

The film had a 50-day run in 80 centres and a 100-day run in 44 centres Raja Kumarudu collected a share of 10.51 Crores from Andhra Pradesh.[3] It was dubbed in Hindi as Prince No. 1 and in Tamil as Kaadhal Vennila.[4]