Hitler Video Songs

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Hitler Video Songs
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Produced by Editor Mohan and directed by Mutyala Subbaiah, this 1997 super hit proved to be the comeback vehical which Chiru was looking for. HITLER chiranjeevi movieIt definitely redeemed Chiru after Alluda Majaka because Hitler is a clean entertainer with the male lead appealing to the sentiments of the female telugu audience. Hitler is another testament to the point that Chiru is not just a pakka mass hero but one who is loved by all age groups and all classes. It also shows that Chiru still has a great hold over the female audience and any questions of his losing the female fan base because of Alluda Majaka can be put to rest by their large viewership of this film. It is a remake of a Malayalam film by the same name.Madhava Rao (Chiru) is a loving yet strict brother of five younger sisters. Life is fine until one of his sisters, Ammo, elopes with her bava (Rajendra Prasad) because Madhava has her eldest sister marry a widower. She is banished from the house but she moves in next door. Their father (Dasari Narayana Rao) comes back to see his children, but they hate for deserting them and their mother and marrying someone else. The village goons (Rami Reddy, Prakash Raj) in order to get back at Madhava have his sisters’ dance teacher take them to a shady motel, but their father rescues them. However, he is blamed for their being in a police station. Later their father is murdered and his two daughters from his second marriage stay with Madhava. His other sisters are unhappy and go to Ammo’s house. Her husband in trying to fix everything is ambushed and attacked and blames Madhava, who after fighting the villains, decides to leave. But he stops and returns to his family. Chiru plays the dictatorial brother for which he is called “Hitler” by the village guys for not allowing them to talk to his sisters very well. While he shows his ferociousness well, he plays the other side of Madhava Rao, the loving brother willing to sacrifice all for his sisters equally potently. Chiru is just too good. The rest of the cast does a good job. Rambha as Madhava’s maradallu is good while Rajendra Prasad is pleasant. Subbaiah, the sentimental expert, does a great job again. Music by Koti is ok but the “Abibbi” song has great choreography by Lawrence. Overall a good, neat film, with Chiru in a dignified role that has him in a powerful light as well as giving him a chance to perform well. The film can be watched by women, masses, kids, everyone.