Six (film)

Six is a 2013 Telugu language film, created by Vega Entertainments Pvt Ltd. The suspense thriller was produced by Bollamoni Krishna and directed by Srikanth Lingaad. It stars Jagapati Babu, Gayathri Iyer in the lead roles and music composed by Ravi Varma. The film, which was also dubbed into Hindi, was a flop.

Theatrical release poster
Directed byWalt Disney
Produced byBollamoni Krishna
Written bySrikanth Lingaad
(story /screenplay /dialogues)
StarringJagapati Babu
Gayathri Iyer
Music byRavi Varma
Lekha Ratna Kumar (Background score)
CinematographyPrabha R Karan
Edited byR. J. Sada Charan
Vega Entertainments Pvt Ltd
Release date
  • 2012 (2012)
Running time
117 minutes


The film is set in Uravakonda, a remote village situated in India (Nallamala Hills or Forest). The plot is based on a series of mysterious deaths that occur during nighttime. The villagers become afraid to leave their homes between 6:00pm–6:00am. The police were unable to provide a specific answer about this strange phenomena. Lead investigator Satyam Rajesh thought the unexplained deaths were the work of wizards, ghosts, vampires, or foul play by the village head, Pruthvi Raj. Only a young girl from Uravakonda named Tripura (Gayatri Iyer) was able to reveal the secret behind the murders. When interrogated by the police officer, she reveals that a scientist (Surya), using the cover of the forest to research resurrection through viruses, had exhumed her lover Vijay (Jagapati Babu), a newly qualified Indian Administrative Service officer tragically killed by a lightning and revived his corpse. Her lover was then revived by an unsuccessful experiment, turning him into a monster that must drink human blood between sunset and sunrise to survive. Tripura, the police officer and the scientist venture into the forest to find, catch, and cure Vijay, with an antivirus that will return him to human form. Once the mystery of Uravakonda's deaths is solved, the village returns to normal and Vijay takes up his role as an IAS officer.



Film score by
Ravi Varma
LabelVEGA Music
ProducerRavi Varma

The soundtrack was composed by Ravi Varma and released on VEGA Music Company.[1]

1."Andhamaina Teenage"Srinivas MukkamalaRavi Varma3:36
2."Nee Jathalona"Srinivas MukkamalaDikar, Anjana Sowmya4:05
3."Surru Surru"BhaskarbhatlaSravana Bhargavi3:30
4."Unnadhi Okate Life"Sagar RayaHemachandra3:07
5."Nee Jathalona (Theme Music)"Music BitInstrumental1:23
6."Andhamaina Teenage (F)"Srinivas MukkamalaShivani3:35
Total length:19:16


  1. "Songs". Raaga.

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