Khallas (Mirapakai (English: Chilli)) Is A Blockbuster 2011 Telugu-Language Film, Directed By Harish Shankar. The Film Stars Ravi Teja, Richa Gangopadhyay, & Deeksha Seth In The Lead. The Film, Which Has Music Scored By S. Thaman, Was Released On 13 January 2011. The Film Has Been Dubbed In Hindi As Khallas And In To Tamil As Murattu Singam.
Ravi Teja as Rishi/Rishikesha/Mirapakai
Richa Gangopadhyay as Vinamra
Deeksha Seth as Vaishali
Prakash Raj as Kittu
Kota Srinivasa Rao as Shankar Anna
Sunil as Charukesha
Nagababu as Narayana Murthy
Swati Reddy in a cameo
Sanjay Swaroop as ACP Srinivas.
Ajay as Kittu's Son
Chandramohan as Vinamra's Father
Sudha as Vinamra's Mother
Brahmaji as Gupta
Ali as Al Pacino
Rishi (Ravi Teja) is an inspector in the Intelligence Bureau. His colleagues fondly call him 'Mirapakaai'. The chief of the IB, Narayana Murthy (Nagababu) gets information that Kittu Bhai (Prakash Raj), a mafia don, is trying to spread his tentacles in India and is targeting Delhi first. During the course of the investigation, ACP (Sanjay Swaroop) is killed by Shankar (Kota Srinivasa Rao), a local goon with the help of his son (Supreet).
Murthy sends Rishi to Hyderabad and gets him admitted to a college as a Hindi lecturer as part of an undercover operation. Rishi meets Vinamra (Richa Gangopadhyay) at a temple & falls in love at first sight. Incidentally, she studies in the same college and in the same class to which Rishi teaches Hindi. Their love blossoms. At this juncture, Vaishali (Deeksha Seth), daughter of Kittu Bhai, joins the same college. Grabbing the opportunity, the IB chief asks Rishi to extract information about Kittu from Vaishali. Rishi manages to make Vaishali fall for him and using her, He reaches Kittu after killing Shankar and his son. He finally arrests Kittu and his Gang and completes an interrogation with Vaishali. The film ends with Rishi convincing an angry Vinamra to marry him. And then Rishi fights Kittu Bhai.
Box Office :
Mirapakai Opened Very Well At The Box Office And Was The Only Hit In The Pongal Releases Of Telugu Film Industry In 2011. It Completed 50 Day Run in 113 Centers And a 100 Day Run In All The Main Centers And Hence Was Declared As A Blockbuster At The Box Office.