I wake up at 9 am , and had great south indian breakfast. and then I took a bus to namapally, it took so much time but yes I really got the real city exposure. People travelling by  bus were mostly college students and some locals are too traveling. It felt like I'm living in Hyderabad. From namapally I took a metro again then I went to panjagutta,  there I met my friend we explored the next geleria mall.
5) Falaknuma Palace :Taj Falaknuma Palace is a very famous palace in Hyderabad and to visit this palace you need to make booking online and have to book a dinner and can have the mesmerising visit of this stunning palace.
One would wonder why I haven't mentioned the Falaknuma Palace as part of the schedule. A meal at Falaknuma requires you to make a reservation; its not a place you can otherwise visit. No doubt its a place worth visiting, but the exclusivity sometimes make it out of bounds. Finishing a 2-day trip with a dinner at Falaknuma is ideal, only if you get a reservation that is! And yes, the budget of this trip doesn't obviously include the cost of dining at Falaknuma :)Great place for history enthusiasts. If you have the time and interest, I would suggest the audio tour.