Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Vishal Pooja (2014) Telugu Movie Review, Rating

Vishal Pooja (2014) Telugu Movie Review, Rating

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Thursday, October 9, 2014


Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya Telugu Movie Review, Rating

Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya is an upcoming tollywood film directed by Thriekoti and produced by Sai Korrapati. Naga Shaurya , Sana Maqbool and Ajay are acting the main role in these film. Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya music is composed by MM Keeravani. Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya movie is relesed under the production company of Varahi Chalana chitram......http://bit.ly/1yPG8U7

Sunday, September 28, 2014



Mega hero Ram Charan and director Krishna Vamsi have teamed up for the film ‘Govindhudu Andhari Vadele’. This film is getting ready to hit the screens on October, 1st. The film was completed its censor formalities and passed with “U/A” certificate by censor board members. Directed by Krishna Vamsi, Govindudu Andarivadele has Kajal Aggarwal as the female lead, and Yuvan Shankar Raja is the music composer. Star producer Bandla Ganesh is producing this flick on Parameshwara Arts banner..

As per the latest close sources updates from film nagar, story line revealed as Prakash raj is the grandfather of Ram Charan, Srikanth is Ram Charan’s uncle (Babai..), actually Ram Charan father is a big doctor in London where in flashback Prakash Raj made his son doctor and he built a hospital in their village, he wants his son to make social service thorough his hospital in their village, but Ram Charan’s father wants to grow up in his career and he wants to earn huge money and hence he left all his family members by rejecting his father’s wish of severing to their villagers.

After knowing his father’s mistake, Charan came back to their small village to correct his father’s mistake. He enters into his family as unknown person, impressed to family members with two, three incidents and he fell in love with Kajal and unites his father to their family and rest of story you have see in theaters only..

Some of Govindudu Andarivadele movie unit (Those who worked) revealed their feelings below about movie....

Prakash Raj expressed his feeling about Govindudu Andarivadele, "Krishna Vamsi's magic will make Telugu audience proud for sure. I'm humbled by his genuine creativity."

Bandla Ganesh: "Govindudu Andarivadele will be a milestone in Ram Charan's career. A director like Krishna Vamsi who breathes cinema doing Govindudu Andarivadele for my banner is a honour. The last 30 minutes is going to be the major highlight just alike Bommarillu and Atharintiki Daredi. Govindudu Andarivadele is a film Telugu Film Industry will be proud of".

After the completion of the pre-climax shoot, He said, "I proudly announce that our film Govindudu Andarivadele will be yet another blockbuster from Parameswara Arts. Thank you Little Boss, KV and Prakash Raj. Little Boss is rocking in his new Avatar. It will be a huge feast for Megafans."

Paruchuri Gopalakrishna who is working as script writer for 'Govindudu Andarivaadele' declares all artists have excelled in their performances in pre-climax episode of the movie. He also gives credit for the fantastic outcome to Krishna Vamsi who is a master at extracting the best performances from his artists.....http://ow.ly/C3f9Q

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Friday, September 26, 2014



What Is Good
  • Rakul Preet Singh
  • Prudhvi spoofs
  • Production Values.
What Is Bad
  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Dragged Narration
  • Direction
  • Runtime
  • Music.
Bottom Line:All that glitters is not gold
Venkateshwarulu (Gopichand) a happy go lucky guy, helps his friend run away with Neetu (Shyamala) from Warangal. The first 15 minutes is a mindless hotch-potch to establish the main characters, plot and story be damned. Before you know it, Venky falls head-over-heels in love with Babji’s sister Chandrakala (Rakul Preet) in Hyderabad. There's a villain too in this Keshavulu (Mukesh Rushi), who tries to damage Babji’s reputation in Warangal. Babji (Sampath) takes away Chandrakala to Warangal knowing that she fell in love with someone. In the meantime, Keshavulu plans to kill Chandrakala, but Venky rescues her from the issue. Then he tries to make her family convince for his love. Will Venky marry his true love forms the rest of the storyline.
It was up to Gopichand to salvage the show and I must admit, the actor flaunts the attitude all through. But he lacks the freshness and mannerism to ease through this kind of characterization. Rakul Preet looks completely gorgeous in this role, but pairing with Gopichand lacks the fizz. Chandra Mohan and Brahmanandam, who have worked in several comic capers and masala fares earlier, are effortless, but not memorable. Mukesh Rushi does his casual routine in this role. Sampath continues his “Mirchi” mark characterization. Shyamala is okay in her small role. Raghu Babu, Krishna Bhagwan, Raghu and Satyam Rajesh are middling in their roles. Prudhvi succeeds in tickling the funny bones. It's a joy watching him in a spoof characterization. Hamsa Nandini sizzled in her cameo.
Although, the credit for the story (Sridhar Seepana) and screenplay has been given jointly to Gopi Mohan & Kona Venkat, but you'll keep wondering where is the story-line or what the story all about is. It has no story worth the title, and its eccentric characters are eloquent impersonations that turn more and more bizarre as they lunge towards a protracted and action-packed climax that turns out to be far and away the most enjoyable part of the film. Most of the comic gags that Loukyam conjures up hinge on the film’s pivotal casting coup. You have to go looking for the plot with a microscope. Derisive disregard for basic decency is meant to be cool in this film. In the endeavor to imbue Gopichand’s happy-go-lucky with a sense of mischievous ingenuousness the narration becomes woefully heavy headed. The tone adopted is that of a conversation between reputed stand-up comedians who are out to prove they can convey the seriousness of existence even while maintaining the comedic tone that is expected of them.
It is the technical factor that harms the film further. What makes this film rather cringe worthy is the absolutely obsolete music by Anoop Rubens. Except the Ninnu Chuddagane song, the rest ruins the film. The moment the last track appeared, people left the theatre in relief. Background Score gives us the deja vu of Chakri & Manisharma’s tunes. The other creative aspects of Loukyam can’t redeem it either. The cinematography by Vetri wears a strange digitally enhanced look, as if it had been washed in some kind of Cocktail. The editing by S R Sekhar employs routine-effects jarringly and doesn't save the movie during its runtime of 149 minutes. Sriwass sorely disappoints in all aspects of the film he is a part of. Production values of Bhavya Creations are grand. Producer V. Anand Prasad didn’t compromise for any scene.
It is apparent that Sriwaas wanted a slickly made conventional blockbuster, and therefore relies on a mixture of tried and inflexible elements the audience is known to respond to. There is routine script, routine plot, with no chemistry, only brazenness and a lot of it. It insults the viewer’s intelligence and is an example of the Telugu film industry’s reluctance to let go of timeworn storylines that were all a rage decade ago. But, yes if you want only entertainment without looking at any other aspect of movie-making, you can give it a shot. On the whole, this film proves the byword “All that glitters is not gold” absolutely right. LOUKYAM is a huge disappointment.
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Govindudu Andarivadele Telugu Movie Review, Rating

Govindudu Andarivadele Telugu Movie Review, Rating

Govindudu Andarivadele is an upcoming Telugu family drama film directed by Krishna Vamsi and produced by Bandla Ganesh on Parameswara Art Productions Banner. It stars Ram Charan, Meka Srikanth, Kajal Aggarwal and Kamalinee Mukherjee in the lead roles whilst Prakash Raj and Jayasudha play important roles.Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the Music for the film.The film was launched at Hyderabad on February 6, 2014 and the principal photography commenced from the same day.The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on October 1, 2014 in theaters. Stay tuned to APHerald.com for more TWEETS LIVE updates at 10:10am... Govindudu Andarivadele Movie Updates Here...

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Loukyam Telugu Movie Review, Rating

Loukyam Telugu Movie Review, Rating

Loukyam is a Telugu movie which has Gopichand and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead roles. Loukyam movie is written by Sridhar Seepana and directed by Sriwass who earlier directed Manchu family’s Padavulu Pandavulu Tummeda, a comedy entertainer. Kona Venkat and Gopimohan Penned the screenplay of the film. Vetri is the cinematographer, Vivek is the Art director, P. L. M. Khan is the executive producer and Kanal Kannan is the action choreographer. Sampath, Mukhesh Rishi, Rahul Dev, Bharath played key characters & anti roles in the film. V. Anand Prasad producing this film on Bhavya Creations banner.....http://ow.ly/BRrSL

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