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Four girls in an adult comedy
The trailer for ‘Anukunnadhi Okkati Aynadhi Okkati’ showcases the film as an adult comedy with few cuss words and gestures by girls.
The trailer for 'Anukunnadhi Okkati Aynadhi Okkati' showcases the film as an adult comedy with few cuss words and gestures by girls.
Dhanya Balakrishna plays a ready-to-mingle single, Komalee Prasad is a fashion designer, Siddhi Idnani plays a frustrated housewife, and Tridha Choudhary is a journalist in this Baalu Adusumilli-directed movie that is mostly set in Goa.
Four Hyderabad-based women go on a tour of Goa to attend their friend's destination wedding when an unexpected turn of events puts them in trouble.
For the looks of it, there is comedy and suspense as well. Raghu Babu, Himaja, Raghu Karumanchi, Sameer and others are part of the cast.
With dialogues by Vijay Kamisetty, the film has music by Vikas Badija. Cinematography is by Shekar Ganganamoni, while editing is by Manikanth. Surely, actresses are breaking barriers.