Sunday, January 25, 2009

Siva putrudu director new movie NENU DEVUDINI

Bala is the one director who always wants to make different films. ‘Sethu’ and ‘Siva Puthrudu’ are the examples of typical bala films. Bala is coming back after a long gap of three years with ‘Nenu devudini’ starring Arya and Pooja in the lead. The movie is a dubbed version of tamil film.
The movie story takes place in the backdrop of Varanasi, Arya plays the role of an Aghori Sadhu in the film. It is about an abandoned boy who grows up among the Sadhus.The film is getting simultaneously releasing in Telugu and Tamil on February 6th.

Simran in tamil remake of Taxi no 9211

Simran will be acting in taxi no 9211 remake in kollywood. The movie titled as TN07 L 4777. Earlier the movie was made in telugu with mohan babu, shobana, vishnu and parvati melton as Game and the film bombed at box office. But simran was very happy to do the remake of the nana patekar starrer. "I have watched the movie long time back and was trilled to act in the tamil version. I wanted to work in variety movies, if some writers comes up with a good script keeping me in mind I will be much more happier to work in those kind of films" says heart throb simran.

Ramcharan Teja will be singing for Praja Rajyam Party

Ramcharan teja will be singing a song for the Praja rajyam party. Mani sharma will be composing the music for the song. Lyrics are written in a such a way to inspire all the people about Praja rajyam party.Check out this video for the song.

NTR jr to do a movie in kalyanram's banner

Video: Pawan kalyan emotional speech at warangal

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Video: Debate on Pawan kalyan's encounter

Video Song: Nayanatara's Lakshmi Bava song

Akshay kumar wants to do MASKA in hindi

Akshay kumar got a great stardom in bollywood with five of his last six movies except chandini chowk to china become super hits. The hit films include Namaste london, hey baby, bhool buliaya, welcome and singh is kinng. Now with CC2C bombed at box office, akshay wants to come with a good script for next movies. Meanwhile he watched the film maska recently and liked the movie. He impressed with the characterisation of ram and he thinks the role suits well for him.

So Akshay asked representative of venus to hyderabad to purchase remake rights of maska from MS Raju. If everything goes well then we can see akshay playing the role of ram.

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Telugu producer makes highest profit on hindi film

His business acumen and taste was well-established when he procured the rights of Tamil film Ghajini. Initially, he thought of re-making the action thriller in Telugu but later altered his plans to release the dubbed Telugu version and it paid off. Obviously, the next big destination for the ace producer was to re-make the film in Hindi and after browsing a few choices he finally roped in Aamir Khan. And as they say, the rest is history as the talented actor took the film under his wings to turn it into a blockbuster.

Novel theme, great makeovers (not to mention some freak accidents on the sets) and over-the-top promotion worked wonders to gross around Rs 200 crore in the initial collections itself and the film is still going strong. "Undoubtedly, the producer could easily make a profit of around Rs 50 to 60 crore in the end. Besides varied rights, he would have distributed the film on `sharing basis' in major centres across the country by tying up with a Mumbai-based distribution company," says a trade analyst, who marks it as a highest profit ever made by a Telugu producer on a Hindi film.

At one point of time, stars like Jeetendra thrived on Telugu remakes and was also branded a 'Southie' star. "Even other top Bollywood stars kept track of Telugu hits and vied with each other to act in remakes," says a leading producer. Even thespian Ramanaidu who made Hindi hits like Prem Nagar, Dildaar and Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain feels the same. "Even today Bollywood stars would love to do a film with us, but we need a sensational Telugu hit on hand and rest will fall in place," he asserts.

Courtesy:TOI

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