Bunny (2005)

Director
Vinayak V.V.

Main cast
Allu Arjun; Gowri Munjal

Genres
Drama, Romance, Foreign

Description
Bunny (Allu Arjun) is a college student and Mahalakshmi (Gowri Mumjal) studies in the same college. Mahalakshmi’s father Somaraju (Prakash Raj) is a millionaire and he keeps 24-hour security on her at the college so that nobody eyes his daughter. Bunny makes Mahalakshmi fall head over heels for him. Somaraju is so fond of his daughter that he is forced to accept the love between his daughter and Bunny for his daughter’s happiness. Bunny then asks for the property of Somaraju to be written on his name prior to marriage. The rest of movie is all about the whereabouts why he asks for the property.


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