Sardaar Gabbar Singh movie review: Comedy is the only saving grace in this super clichéd mess of a film!
Pawan Kalyan’s Sardaar Gabbar Singh is finally out and frankly, after all the insane hype surrounding the film, it is disappointing!… Click here to read more
Bruce Lee movie review: Ram Charan’s formulaic commercial film lacks novelty to keep you hooked!
The film’s like an old wine in a new bottle, that has been forced down my throat way too many times
Whoever invented the term ‘Mass’ in context of cinema, deserves to be slapped and slapped hard. What was supposed to be one type of entertainment has now become our only source of entertainment on big screen. I am talking about the hardcore commercial flicks which has become the staple diet of our superstars. The problem with these so called massy flicks is that they tend to be jack of all trades, but are actually master of none. Click here to read more
Mohanlal returns to Telugu cinema as a tough cop!
The highly popular Malayalam actor will be making a comeback to Tollywood after two decades
Malayalam superstar Mohanlal will mark his return to Telugu cinema after two decades in the role of a policeman in the upcoming rural romantic-drama “Nuvve Na Pranamani”. Click here to read more
Srimanthudu movie review: Mahesh Babu’s earnest performance is let down by cliché ridden script!
The film drags post interval, ruining all the good impact which first half had managed to create
Superstar Mahesh Babu’s last hit,Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu, was in 2013, for which he won Filmfare Award. But since then he has delivered two box office duds in the name of Aagadu and 1: Nenokkadine. And he is back with Srimanthudu! Click here to read more
Bigg Boss Halla Bol highlights: Farah Khan makes her Bigg Boss debut in grand style!
With Salman Khan’s exit and Farah Khan’s entry as host, Bigg Boss Halla Bol kicks off in grand style. Read on to find out
Farah Khan’s dhamakedaar Bigg Boss debut
Replacing the exuberant Salman Khan is not a easy task. But Farah Khan seems up to the task as she put on her host shoes, dazzling the viewers with her sense of humour. She talked freely with all the contestants, called her favourite contestant Gullu, and did not keep herself from making fun of the contestants. One by one she introduced the new contestants to the house – Sambhavana Seth, Mahek Chahal, Ajaz Khan, Sana Khan and Rahul Mahajan. But one feels that Farah lacks the authority which Salman had on the contestants. Click here to read more
Mahesh Babu calls Akhil the next superstar
Superstar Mahesh Babu, who recently watched the Akkineni family’s Telugu family drama Manam, is all praise for the cameo by debutant Akkineni Akhil, son of actor Akkineni Nagarjuna
Akkineni Akhil’s cameo in Manam was raved by critics and audiences alike. The movie also features late legendary Telugu actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao alongside his son Nagarjuna and grandson Naga Chaitanya. Click here to read more
Ali: Not everybody can make audience laugh!
This Telugu actor is happy making people laugh
Ali plays the lead in Alibaba Okkade Donga, which happens to be his 50th film in a lead role. Ali, who has starred in lead roles in several films, says he is happy making people laugh with his comedy and is not keen on playing lead roles anymore as he awaits the release of Alibaba Okkade Donga. Click here to read more
Akkineni Nagarjuna: It was a conscious decision to return to romance with Greekuveerudu
Telugu actor Akkineni Nagarjuna feels he can’t typecast himself and must “exploit” various commercial angles to “cater to the masses”
He admits revisiting romance genre with Greekuveerudu was a “conscious decision”. Click here to read more
Chashme Baddoor trailer releases in Pakistan on YouTube
And that happened just for three days. Why and how? Read on to find out!
It’s not that easy to watch a YouTube video in our neighbouring country Pakistan ‘coz of the ban issued on it by the government. Click here to read more
Dhoom:3 is 50 percent complete: Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek and Katrina Kaif spoke about the film’s progress at the Big Star Entertainment Awards 2012
Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who is currently working on the third film of the Dhoom franchise, reveals that the film is 50 percent complete. Click here to read more
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu faces activists’ wrath
Telugu political satire Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu has ended up inviting the wrath of Telangana activists despite the fact that the makers have agreed to edit out objectionable scenes
Students of the Osmania University (OU) joint action committee (JAC), activists of the Telugu Desam and YSR Congress are up in arms over the content of the movie. Click here to read more
CAMERAMAN GANGA THO RAMBABU movie review: Ensures unadulterated entertainment!
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu is not just a perfect follow up to Gabbar Singh, but even surpasses it in many departments
Puri, who disappointed everybody with Devudu Chesina Manushulu, ensures unadulterated entertainment and thought-provoking moments in his latest offering. Click here to read more
Kunal Khemu reveals why Go Goa Gone is different
The makers of the movie are excited about introducing a new genre called ‘zom-com’ to Bollywood. And we dig in to find out how ‘new’ it actually is – and will it really work?
The buzz about the Kunal Khemu-Vir Das-Anand Tiwari starrer Go Goa Gone has been floating around B-town for a while now. And now we know that it’s a movie that features zombies, maybe like the ones the Ramsay Brothers used in their classic horror movies. Then again, maybe not. Click here to read more
DAMMU movie review: Rich in production and action but not suitable for everyone
After giving two unsuccessful films at the box-office, Jr NTR’s Dammu was expected to turn the tide for the actor, who is known for his fierce dialogue delivery and top class action and dances
The trailers of the film and the speeches made by NTR and director Sreenu during the audio release of the film had also aroused lot of expectations but unfortunately the final product does not match the hype created. Click here to read more
RACHCHA movie review: Technically sound, but lacks storyline
After delivering a blockbuster like Magadheera two years ago, it was felt that actor Ram Charan Teja, son of Telugu megastar Chiranjeevi, would be occupying the pivotal place in the industry that indisputably belonged to his actor-turned-politician father
Unfortunately, his next film Orange after Magadheera, produced by his uncle Naga Babu and directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar, was a flop. Therefore, Ram Charan took a longer time to accept a film and to select a commercially viable script before giving the nod to debutant Sampath Nandi’s screenplay. Rachcha is much better than Orange, but cannot be minutely compared to the Magadheera. Click here to read more