The monologue by Sampoornesh Babu is reportedly inspired by NTR's lines from 'Dana Veera Soora Karna'.

Watch Spoof film Kobbari Matta has the longest Telugu monologue
Flix Tollywood Monday, July 29, 2019 - 14:36

Burning star Sampoornesh Babu’s upcoming movie Kobbari Matta is all set to hit screens on August 10. The movie is again said to be a spoof just like his previous movie Hrudaya Kaleyam, which released in 2014. Made with a low budget, Hrudaya Kaleyam turned the actor into a household name. Sampoornesh had conceived the film with an idea of making the “worst possible film”, a spoof of all the usual tropes used in the Tollywood industry.

After five years, Sampoornesh Babu will be again seen playing the central protagonist in Kobbari Matta. And this time, the actor has set a world record for himself by delivering a monologue of three-and-a-half minutes in a single shot in the film. The makers of the film have claimed that this is the first such feat by any actor in the world. The video already has 30k likes and close to five lakh views on YouTube.

According to reports, Sampoornesh’s lengthy dialogue seems to be inspired from legendary actor NT Rama Rao's landmark monologue from Dana Veera Soora Karna.  Touted to be a spoof action-comedy, the film will have Sampoornesh playing three roles belonging to three generation s- Paparayudu, Pedarayudu, and Android (similar to NTR’s Dana Veera Soora Karna where he played Karna, Duryodhana and Krishna).

The monologue is all about Androidu (Sampoornesh) challenging Pedarayudu, a wealthy man in the village who also happens to be his father. Pedarayudu had abandoned the child and the mother (played by actor Shakila), who was a domestic worker in his house, and it seems like Androidu is back in the village on a revenge mission. Interestingly, he also takes a dig at the famous families in Tollywood (from the Akkinenis to the Manchus) and says that in the holy industry with such great acting lineages, he will be a dashing entrant as powerful as the sun. Claiming to be a victim of the Rayudu atrocities, Sampoornesh tells Pedarayudu that his time is over and that Android’s time starts now!

The shooting of Kobbari Matta has been in the news for the past couple of years and the film will be now releasing a day after Nagarjuna’s Manamadhudhu 2 in theatres. 

Kobbari Matta is written by Steven Shankar (director of Hrudaya Kaleyam) and directed by Rupak Ronaldson. Sampoornesh Babu also had attempted a spoof of Suriya’s Singam titled Singam 123 which fared well at the box-office but wasn’t as compelling as his debut. He was also seen playing comic roles in Current Teega as Sunny Leone's fiance, and Allari Naresh's Bandipotu.

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