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Starring Sudeep (Sudeep), Samantha Prabhu (Bindu) and Nani (Jani) in lead roles, MAKKHI is a live action animation film the shows the revenge of a super fly. While ‘Eega’ released in Telugu on 6th July, the film has also released in Tamil as ‘Naane’ and in Malayalam as ‘Eecha’.
Having reached to audience in 1103 screens in India with its Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam versions, the film’s Hindi release will further augment its reach nationwide. Its three versions have already done a gross business of over Rs 130 crores worldwide.
The Hindi audience is already familiar with S.S. Rajamouli’s body of work that includes blockbuster Telugu film ‘Vikramarkudu’ (2006) which has been remade in Hindi as ‘Rowdy Rathore’ and ‘Maryada Ramanna’ (2010) which has been remade as ‘Son Of Sardar’. His film ‘Magadheera’ (2009) is also slated to be remade in Hindi.
MAKKHI is the story of Jani (Nani) and Bindu who are in love but never communicated their feelings to each other and continue to enjoy their unexpressed love. Sudeep, a billionaire and a powerful businessman gets attracted to Bindu and wants to own her for his pleasure, but he realizes that she is in love with Jani, which upsets him. When Bindu wants to express her love to Jani, Sudeep murders him. Jani is reborn as the fly and attempts to fight Sudeep’s proceedings towards to Bindu, but his efforts go in vain. The fly convinces Bindu that he is Jani and they team up to take the revenge.
Various technicians from Hollywood, Bollywood and Tollywood have worked on director S S Rajamouli’s creation of a fly in this high budget film.
Get ready to be enthralled by the breathtaking adventures of the MAKKHI on 12th October.