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  • | July 10th, 2012

    DAMMU movie review: Rich in production and action but not suitable for everyone

    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

  • | May 14th, 2012

    GABBAR SINGH movie review: Pawan Kalyan hits the bull’s eye

    GABBAR SINGH movie review: Pawan Kalyan hits the bull’s eye

    Gabbar Singh is the Telugu remake of Salman Khan-starrer hit Hindi movie Dabbang. If Dabangg boosted Salman’s career, it seems Gabbar Singh will bring Pawan Kalyan to the centrestage, thanks to the commercial elements in the movie
    Pawan’s last few films – Teen Maar, Komaram Puli and Panjaa – were box office duds, but this film will be liked by his fans. Click here to read more

  • | April 9th, 2012

    RACHCHA movie review: Technically sound, but lacks storyline

    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