Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Krishnarjuna on 31st Jan


Nagarjuna and Vishnu starring Krishnarjuna release date is announced -The film is releasing on 31st January. Mamatha Mohandass is playing the female lead opposite Vishnu. MM Keervaani is composing the music.

Chandramukhi P Vasu is directing the film. Mohanbabu is playing very special role and producing on Lakshimi Prasanna pictures banner.

Chintakayala Ravi - Music sittings are going on

Chintakayala Ravi is the movie that is starred by Victory Venkatesh, this is another flick that is going in the hit sequence of venkatesh. Vishal and Shekar who composed music for Om Shanthi Om are composing the music for this movie. Presently music sittings are going on for this movie. This movie would have six songs all together was stated by Nallamalapu Bujji. Along with Venkatesh, Anushka is starring as heroine for this movie. Another heroine for this flick is being evaluated.

Jalsa final song in Mumbai

The final song of Power star Pawan Klayan’s Jalsa shoot is completed in Mumbai. Ileana is sharing the legs with Pawan for this romantic song. The shoot is almost completed except some patch work of a day shoot. The post production work will begin by this month end. Allu Arvind is planning to release the film on 27th March. Devi Sree Prasad is composing the music.

Shriya’s dress does the damage!

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Shriya, who is currently hot in all “woods” never “hides” anything from cameras. She is not only liberal on screen but also shows off, off screen!
And that nature landed her in an unwanted trouble. Shriya attended Shivaji 200 days function in a skimpy outfit which revealed her cleavage and also thighs. The chief guest for this function is none other than Tamilnadu CM Karunanidhi. Shriya’s attire raised few eyebrows and has set off a major controversy and the issue seems to have turned serious with Hindu Makkal Katchi (HMK) filing a police complaint against Shriya!
Appealing appearance is good but one has to follow the dress code considering the occasion. If Shriya doesn’t find fault with her costumes earlier probably now she will!

Raja to have two releases in 15 days

Hero Raja will have double celebrations in February. Two of his films - Mr Medhavi and Nee Sukhame Ne Korutunna - are hitting the screens in just a gap of 15 days. While Neelakantha directed Mr.Medhavi releases on January 26th, Giri Babu directed Nee Sukhame Ne Korutunna is having its release in the second week of February. Genelia and Sneha are the heroines in the films respectively.

Raja has high hopes on Mr.Medhavi so much so that he is distributing the film himself in USA. On other hand, Nee Sukhame Ne Korutunna is targeted at family audiences.

Vinayak keeps his promise

Director V V Vinyak said that he would come up with a great entertainer and he has kept his word. The film has lived up to all the pre-release hype and more. Ravi Teja comes up with another brilliant performance and his energy levels keep everyone amazed. They seem too keep rising with every film.

Trisha also looks her ravishing best in the film. The chemistry between Ravi Teja and Trisha is also very good. Brahmanandam steals the show once aging with his typical but thoroughly enjoyable brand of humour. Krishna is a Sankranthi gift to all filmgoers from Ravi Teja and Vinayak.

Jagapathi Babu with RajniKanth

Jagapathi Babu is going places. The hero made a couple of special appearances in films last year. All the films in which he made a special appearance have done exceedingly well. Jagapathi Babu has now earned the image of a mature and sober actor. He is seen playing big brother to some of the young heroes.

Jagapathi Babu's latest film 'Swagatham' with Anushka and Bhumika is all set for release on January 24. But the big news is that he will soon star in a new film with superstar Rajnikanth. The film is a remake of a Malayalam film. The film is being remade simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. Ashwini Dutt is producing the Telugu version.

The men Hansika finds hot!

Age belies her talent. For a 16-year-old, Hansika Motwani has received plaudit, first as Ria in Himesh Reshammiya’s ‘Aap Ka Surroor’ and then the South film ‘Des Muduru’ by Puri Jagannath. “It ran for 200 days in the South,” she exclaims, he eyes lit up.

The latest is another Telugu film ‘Kantri’, in which Hansika features opposite NTR Junior. “I find him very handsome,” she smiles, adding, “He’s a great Bharatnatyam artiste.”

Hansika has just returned from a six-day hectic shoot in Singapore for the film. “I’m glad I could get some time to sightsee a little. I even went to the zoo, which was fun,” she says.

The actor is almost through with her schedule for Govind Acharya’s ‘Money Hai To Honey Hai’ with Govinda, Aftab Shivdasani, Upen Patel and Celina Jaitley. She describes the shooting as ‘one fun-filled experience’ adding, “I was the youngest on the sets so I was spared. But they played a lot of pranks on each other. It felt very comfortable working with Chi Chi sir (Govinda). Each moment is a learning experience with him.”

Hansika is also quite pleased with her role in the Dharmesh Darshan movie, opposite Mimoh Chakraborthy, which is yet to be titled. “It’s a comedy cum love story,” she says adding, “Mimoh is very charming.”

With so much happening will working with Himesh fit into the scheme of things again? “Oh, I’ve no time right now,” comes the pat reply. However, she adds, “It’s not about my co-stars, but the script. If the script is worthwhile I’ll do the film.”

It was not too long ago when the actor was seen in a Balaji serial as a child star, but for now Hansika rules out the small screen. “I’m concentrating on films,” she states vehemently. “God has been extremely kind to me and I have to work hard and prove myself.”

pourudu review

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Bhai (Nassar) is a notrious mafia don in Hyderabad. Pandu (Suman) is his right hand. Ajay (Sumanth) is Pandu's son. Ajay is a studious guy who wants to become an IAS officer. He clears the civils examination too. Hussain (Subbaraju) is a cop whose mission is to eliminate the mafia gangs in Hyderabad. Though son and father, sharing great relationship Ajay and Pandu fall out due to difference of opinions. The rest of the story is all about how the system forces Ajay to tread the wrong path to do the right thing.
Artists Performance:
Sumanth is good in the role of Ajay. He is excelled a lot in stunt sequences. Kajal Agarwal is adequate. Subbaraju has a meaty role in this film for which he has done justice. Nassar and Suman are competent for their roles. Kota is alright. Brahmanandam and Ali have some comedy episodes.
Technical Departments:
Story - Screenplay - Direction:
The basic plot of the film has roots in Godfather where righteous son steps in the shoes of mafia man. Direction of the film is adequate. The screenplay should have been better. The director concentrated more on father-son relationship. The director should have had the hero getting into mafia outfit by interval time. By keeping it in the last 25 minutes, he diluted the content for entire first half and the half of the second half. Director conceived action sequences well.
Other Departments:
Mani Sharma's songs are alright. The rerecording is very good for action episodes. Dialogues lack punch in them. Cinematography is good. Setwork by Ravinder is good. The highlights of the film are action sequences before interval and in the climax. Editing is alright.
First half of the film is flat. The second half explores father-son relationship and action sequences. The last 25 minutes (where hero takes the revenge) part is interesting. The plus points in the film are fight sequences. On the flipside, the first half should have been made in a more interesting way. The comedy episodes were not properly handled. Though there are dialogues justifying the title Pourudu, it is a pure personal revenge story of a Koduku. On a whole, a better climax and good fight sequences make Pourudu an average flick.

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