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C/o Kancharapalem movie online and C/o Kancharapalem movie download is a typical action drama and romantic movie. C/O Kancharapalem raises a toast to sincere, uncinematic storytelling, gives power to those unheard regional voices and does its part in undoing the stereotypical portrayal of community-specific stories in Telugu cinema

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Care Of Kancharapalem Theatrical Trailer || C/O Kancharapalem Official Trailer Movie Name : Care Of Kancharapalem, Starring : Subba Rao, Radha Bessy, Kesava Karri, Nithya Sri Goru, Karthik Ratnam, Vijaya Praveena, Mohan Bhagat, Praneetha Patnaik, Director : Venkatesh Maha, Music : Sweekar Agasthi, Producer : Paruchuri Vijaya Praveena,
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This C/o Kancharapalem Movie is Spoiler. It has only single plot twist. That this movie could have pulls off. They ruined this movie by trailer already. This feels like have seen almost every essential part. May they should’ve make the trailer of this movie as any of those typical romantic commercial movies with just a little scene of that these has anything to do with spirit instead. Audience already wanted to see this movie but watching the whole trailer feels like mesh. why to go for to the theater?

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Director: Maha Venkatesh
Screenplay: Maha Venkatesh
Producer: Praveena Paruchuri
Cast: Nithya Sree, Kesava K, Radha Bessey, Praveena Paruchuri, Subba Rao
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C/o Kancharapalem Movie Review

t’s a noisy-little suburb in a big town, a close knit community that stands by each other in the time of need, united by their love for art. Trains pass between two parallel colonies through the day, everyone has an opinion on almost everything that surrounds them- a lot about Kancharapalem is heartwarmingly simple, ordinary and most importantly identifiable. It’s rare for a film to do a commentary on religion, stature, age and love while never stating the obvious, C/O Kancharapalem shows more than it tells and you want to pick up a piece of the place as you leave the film.


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