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Nagarjuna & Anushka’s Sizzling Chemistry in Ragada Telugu Movie | Trendceylon

Witness the scorching on-screen romance between Nagarjuna and Anushka Shetty in the action-packed Ragada Telugu movie.

Step into the world of electrifying action and intense romance with “Ragada,” the 2010 Telugu blockbuster that left audiences spellbound. This film is a perfect blend of adrenaline-pumping action and sizzling chemistry, directed by Veeru Potla and featuring the dynamic duo of Nagarjuna and Anushka Shetty. Join us as we dive into the captivating story that unfolds on the silver screen.

“Ragada” revolves around Satya, played by the ever-charming Nagarjuna, who embarks on a journey from his village to Andhra Pradesh in search of fortune. Little does he know that fate has something extraordinary in store for him. His life takes a dramatic turn as he willingly becomes entangled in a fierce rivalry between two influential factions. Along this rollercoaster ride, he encounters the mesmerizing Anushka Shetty, who steals hearts with her stunning portrayal of a strong-willed woman. The scorching on-screen chemistry between Nagarjuna and Anushka is bound to leave you spellbound.

Released on 24th December 2010, “Ragada” received widespread acclaim for its power-packed performances, gripping storyline, and foot-tapping music composed by S. Thaman. The film’s success was not confined to Telugu-speaking audiences alone; it also garnered attention in Tamil cinema, as it was dubbed and released as “Vambu” in 2011. The timeless appeal of this cinematic gem continues to captivate viewers across languages, making it a must-watch for all fans of action and romance.

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