Baba Trailer

Baba Trailer (2002)

15 August 2002 Drama, Action, Foreign 160 mins

Baba film opens with the birth of Baba (Rajinikanth), who is a 'baba amsa sambhootudu'. Baba grows up as an atheist, hot-blooded guy and a Good Samaritan. His life style includes consuming alcohol, smoking beedi, chewing paan parag, His mother (Sujatha) and his maternal uncle are ardent devotees of Baba (the Baba who is supposed to be of 2000 years old and who live in Himalayas). Chamundeswari (Manisha Koirala) stays in the neighborhood of Baba and both of them fall in love.Baba beats the son of a state minister Krishna Murthy (Ashish Vidyarthi). Krishna Murthy demolishes the...

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India 15 August 2002

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