Tagore Video Songs

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Leo Projects Private Limited
Movie Genre
Action, Drama

Tagore Video Songs
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Tagore is a Telugu language Tollywood film which was a remake of the Kollywood film Ramana which starred Vijaykanth and Simran in lead roles. The film was released on 24 September 2003 and was directed by V.V. Vinayak. Chiranjeevi played the role of the protagonist and Jyothika, Shriya Saran, and Prakash Raj played some other roles as well. The soundtrack was scored by music director Mani Sharma. Some scenes in this film, were not shot originally, but instead, used the previously shot scenes from the Tamil original. For example, in one of the opening scenes, policemen stop all vehicles on the road, and do thorough checking. The scene was not shot, but instead, re-used from Ramana.

Chiranjeevi creates his own vigilante military network called the Anti-Corruption Force (ACF) that eliminates the most corrupt individuals, from all walks of life, in a systematic manner. As pressure builds on Police and Government to track down the Man who masterminds these killings, Balbir Singh (Puneet Issar), is specially summoned to head the task. He is aided by Suryam (Prakash Raj) who, though being just a constable in the mammoth Police force, is compelled by his instincts to see through the underlying design. Together they unravel the mystery and unveil the phenomenon called Tagore, but not before Badrinaryana (Sayaji Shinde), the human face of evil, finds out that his revelry in the belief of Tagore’s death was a mistake he can never make amends for.

Tagore movie turned out to be the one of the highest grossers among all the tollywood movies till its release. The film opened in 605 screens. The film collected a distributors' share of Rs. 95 million in its opening week. It collected a share of Rs. 150.4 million in 2 weeks. and Rs 380 million in its full run. first Telugu movie to achieve it The film had a 50-days run in 253 centres and a 100-days run in 192 centres