Sunday, March 18, 2012

nuvva nena telugu movie review

Dr Nandini runs a nursing home in Hyderabad and Avinash is a petty thief in Amalapuram. Chanti is his assistant. Avinash is forced to run away to Hyderabad, when the local inspector starts chasing him. There, Avinash falls in love with Nandini. At this juncture, Anand gets admitted in the nursing home to cure his phobia. Avinash finds that it is not a phobia, but he too is in love with the Nandini. Even as both are fighting with each other for Nandini, Akubhai , a small-time goonda, enters in the middle claiming that he too is in love with Nandini. From here, the story takes several twists.

Screenplay and dialogues by Surya are apt and the one-liners penned for Allari Naresh are punch. Dasarathi Shivendra’s cinematography is okay while editing by Marthand K Venkatesh is crisp but sustained the humour. Music by Bheems are melodious though loud at times. Mani Sharma’s background score is at its best. The surprise is that the director did not prolong any of the scene but took the cinematic choice to jump from one scene to the other. He winded the story in just two hours without causing boredom to the audiences. Moreover, the film has equal comedy in the first half and the second half. Though the fight between both the heroes in the second half tested the patience of the audiences, the film as a whole went on as a good entertainer. Production values of SVK Cinema are equally good.

killadi,kiladi telugu movie review

Vishal who became popular with the Telugu audience through the film “Pandem Kodi” is coming out with another film titled “Khiladi”. This film is dubbed into Telugu from the Tamil original “Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai”. The film is produced by Arvind Krishna under the banner of GK Films and directed by Thiru makes his debut as director. The music has been composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Neetu Chandra, Sara Jane and Tanushree Dutta play the female leads.

Zindagi Tere Naam movie review

Set in 1975, Zindagi Tere Naam, as the title suggests is the story of Siddharth Singh (Mithun Chakroborty), who selflessly has dedicates his life to his wife Anjali (Ranjeeta). A patient of Alzheimer, Anjali has lost her memory completely with no scope of recovery. But, Siddharth without losing hope is trying his best to bring the good old days back. In order to do so, he reads out their love story, which actually was written by Anjali in a notebook. So, will Anjali ever get well or even respond to her husband’s endevours, is the rest of the story.

To cut the long story short, Zindagi Tere Naam is a pathetic adaptation of a romantic English flick Notebook, directed by Nick Cassavetes, which actually was based on a novel by the same name written by Nicholas Sparks. Interestingly, Zindagi…is the second Indian film to have drawn inspiration from Notebook. Ajay Devgn’s directorial debut U, Me Aur Hum too was based on the same theme. But, unlike U, Me…,whose screenplay and direction left one spellbound, Zindagi… disappoints to the core with a clumsily knitted screenplay, an undeviating rip-off of the original film.

Mithun Chakraborty induces life in the otherwise dull drama with a performance par excellence. It is a treat to watch him break down when Anjali recognises him for once. Ranjeeta beautifully switches lanes from being a timid helpless woman to a confident loving wife. Aseem Ali Khan as young Siddharth looks promising as far as acting skills are concerned, but a great deal of makeover in terms of looks is needed. Ditto for Priyanka Mehta, who looks artificial in some parts. Dilip Tahil and Surpiya Karnik as Anjali’s parents play their parts well. Sharat Saxena as Siddharth’s father bores to death with his poetry. Himani Shivpuri is completely wasted in a small role.

Direction: Ashu Trikha blatantly apes Nick Cassavetes' style of filmmaking. One can’t spare him with the benefit of doubt, as he comes with the background of three films as a director. As far as Zindagi… is concerned, what adds more to the agony is the fact that the director refuses to even be vigilant about small things like removing the Honda city car in the background where he directs the heroine to drive a vintage car as the film is set in 1975. Also, the costumes too seem to differ from the era quite shockingly, as Anjali flaunts her sexy bod with skimpy ultra-modern clothes. The climax of the film is the saving grace which highlights high-voltage chemistry between Mithun and Ranjeeta.

love journey telugu movie review

Starring Journey fame Jai, Colours Swathi and Shazahn Padamsee are main leads in Love Journey, the dubbed version of Kanimozhi, is directed by Sripathy Rangaswamy.The film is about what happens when the imaginations jotted down in his diary by a youth becomes a reality.The film has music by Satish Chakravarthy,Sashank Vennelakanti is the dialogue-writer. Vennelakanti and Bhuvanachandra are the lyricists.

puss boots movie review

Puss in Boots is undoubtedly one of the most entertaining animation films of the year. It is funny, touching and most importantly highly engaging. Puss in Boots can be called a Bollywood film in the sense, it has pretty much everything packed in one: action, adventure, fantasy, romance, drama which keeps you on the edge of your seats. Its towards the end of the movie that you realize you have a wide smile plastered on your face since the beginning, thanks to the endearing puss and his seductive femme fatale kitty softpaws.

woman in black movie review

The Bigger Picture: When struggling lawyer Arthur Kipps (Radcliff) looks at his young son, he's reminded of his wife who passed away during childbirth. So when the opportunity to settle the legal matters of an estate pops up he can't afford to say no. Located in a marsh, the house is surrounded by water when the tide is high. (Who would build a place there?!) The local villagers are freaked out by this area and with good reason, it seems the old lady who lived there has come back from the dead to kill their children.

Based on Susan Hill's novel, Black follows the beats of a traditional ghost story: the remote Victorian setting, the mystery surrounding the undead, and a protagonist that lacks the common sense to leave a haunted house. The script by Jane Goldman does make it clear that Arthur needs the money, but after he's seen a third spirit, it's time to find employment elsewhere.

Once the Woman in Black shows up, the fear factor goes way up. At first, she's seen obscured. Then her black shadowed image fills the frame—impossible to ignore. It totally works.

17th march saturday post

Sent 21 mailers to almost ap districts sro offices;later gave pics for scan;heavy rush at schools;One sucess couldnt be utilised to my advantage of Kolkata;


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