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Chiru, Ram Charan Dance in Magadheera Bangaru kodi petta song

[ Friday, July 31 | 1 comments ]
Magadheera review 4/5(Great andhra), 3.5/5(Idlebrain), Excellent by Indiaglitz.

Highlights:

  • Marvelous art work carried to portray Udaigadh city of 1609AD
  • Battle between Kalabhairava and 100 soldiers of Sher Khan
  • Wonderful picturization of Dheera Dheera song
  • Lord Shiva’s statue that brings hysterical feeling
  • Helicopter and bike stunts of Ram Charan
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Watch Krishna DvD Online Raviteja,Trishna, Brahmi

[ Monday, July 27 | 0 comments ]
Think Ravi Teja and you would think of an easy, feel-good film with ample doses of comedy and action. Krishna that released today is no exception. The combination of VV Vinayak and Ravi Teja was hyped quite a bit before the film’s release. While it is not extraordinary, Krishna delivers what it promises. The main highlight of the film is the situational comedy that Vinayak has so deftly woven into the main plot. Just when you begin to think the story is no different, come these really hilarious chunks which make for happy viewing. As for the plot, it is the quintessential love story of a boy meets girl and villain playing the spoilsport.


Though in this film, the story has few new twists that make the watching interesting. The story begins in Vijayawada, where Krishna (Ravi Teja) sees Sandhya (Trisha) at the Durga temple on Dassara day. Cupid does his job and our hero falls in love in the very first sight. Then Sandhya leaves for Hyderabad, as she studies there and our hero follows her like a love-struck pup. It is from here that the story slowly unfolds and the villains come into the picture.

Ravi Teja has done similar roles all his life and he plays the part of Krishna with equal ease. Then there is Trisha, who had done such films through out her career. So it’s a virtual cakewalk for her. Despite this, the credit goes to Vinayak for spinning a yarn that is interesting enough to keep the audience till the very end. He shows Vijayawada in a new light. The Krishna river is shown in full spate and the shots that he uses in Vijayawada are refreshing. For once, there are no heavy duty dialogues despite lots of action.

Another plus is the handsome villain Jekka (Mukul Dev), brother of Rahul Dev, a model and actor himself in Mumbai. He looks trendy as the bad boy who is after the heroine. Though we have Jayaprakash Reddy, his role too is toned down by comedy and so it is no where nearer to the loud villain that he usually plays.

Sunil, MS Narayana, Chandramohan and Brahmanandam are their usual best. Sayaji Shinde and Tanikella Bharani have small roles, but those which are well fleshed out.

But it is Vinayak, who comes out a winner, as he does not fall into the trap of trying to over do either comedy or action. It is the film in recent times that does not use graphics and unnecessary special effects during the action sequences. The special effects used are subtle and look realistic. Music is a bit disappointing, though the sets look grand.

So to have a final word, if you are looking for some light, fun-filled movie during the festival vacation, then Krishna is the film for you and family.

As for the plot, it is the quintessential love story of a boy meets girl and villain playing the spoilsport. Though in this film, the story has few new twists that make the watching interesting. The story begins in Vijayawada, where Krishna (Ravi Teja) sees Sandhya (Trisha) at the Durga temple on Dassara day. Cupid does his job and our hero falls in love in the very first sight. Then Sandhya leaves for Hyderabad, as she studies there and our hero follows her like a love-struck pup. It is from here that the story slowly unfolds and the villains come into the picture.

Ravi Teja has done similar roles all his life and he plays the part of Krishna with equal ease. Then there is Trisha, who had done such films through out her career. So it’s a virtual cakewalk for her. Despite this, the credit goes to Vinayak for spinning a yarn that is interesting enough to keep the audience till the very end. He shows Vijayawada in a new light. The Krishna river is shown in full spate and the shots that he uses in Vijayawada are refreshing. For once, there are no heavy duty dialogues despite lots of action.

Another plus is the handsome villain Jekka (Mukul Dev), brother of Rahul Dev, a model and actor himself in Mumbai. He looks trendy as the bad boy who is after the heroine. Though we have Jayaprakash Reddy, his role too is toned down by comedy and so it is no where nearer to the loud villain that he usually plays.

Sunil, MS Narayana, Chandramohan and Brahmanandam are their usual best. Sayaji Shinde and Tanikella Bharani have small roles, but those which are well fleshed out.

But it is Vinayak, who comes out a winner, as he does not fall into the trap of trying to over do either comedy or action. It is the film in recent times that does not use graphics and unnecessary special effects during the action sequences. The special effects used are subtle and look realistic. Music is a bit disappointing, though the sets look grand.

So to have a final word, if you are looking for some light, fun-filled movie during the festival vacation, then Krishna is the film for you and family.
Review by Indiaglitz.com
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Watch THE UNBORN DvD Horror Movie Online - 2009 Series - 1

[ Sunday, July 26 | 0 comments ]
The Unborn is a supernatural thriller that draws upon the legend of a dybbuk, a malevolent spirit that refuses to leave the human world and inhabits the body of a person...While babysitting a boy and his baby brother, Casey Beldon has a dreadful nightmare involving a weird dog and an evil child, and she tells her best friend Romy over the phone. Casey is haunted by this boy, and when she goes to the ophthalmologist, he asks if she has a twin brother or sister. She asks her father and discovers that her mother lost a son that died in the womb. Casey suspects that she is haunted by the spirit of her brother. She finds a letter addressed to a woman called Sofi Kozma and a creepy picture at home that belonged to her mother. She goes with Romy to a retirement home to meet Sofi, a survivor of the experiments during the Holocaust. But Sofi tells Casey that she had never met her mother and later calls Casey to tell her she is in great danger. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro. Review by IMDB.
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