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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Varan Release Confirmed

Allu Arjun's Varan is going to release on July 1st

Vedam News : Krish feels pleasure of breaking CD/DVD

As Allu Arjun, Manchu Manoj and Anushka have parted their ways without offering their share of publicity for promoting ‘Vedam,’ creator behind this movie krish (Jagarlamudi Radhakrishna) took on the burden and started arriving on TV screens in the name of special chat shows with audience on ‘Vedam.’
Krish most of the time spoke about the hard work they put into this movie and co-operation from Bunny, Manoj and Anushka in happening of ‘Vedam.’
When subjects like piracy has come over into his mind, he requested audience not to kill the movie by watching on small screens with a CD/DVD costing 10 to 20 Rs. as this would pull hundreds of families worked for the movie on to the streets.
‘Take a pirated CD or DVD into your hands, break it into two pieces. Then, feel the satisfaction that you get after watching the movie on big screen,’ krish tried his best to educate the audience. One thing to say, the way krish has stammered or skipped off from one subject to other inconclusive in the discussion, viewers before TV sets doubted whether this creative genius is still tensed by the result of ‘Vedam?’

Allu Arjun & Deepika Padukone

Deepika & John Abraham starring in the remake of super hit Tamil movieThe grape vines are buzzing with the news that the super hit Tamil film “Milaga”, directed by Ravi Maria is getting remade in Hindi and Telugu. The well known producer, Kalaipuli S Thanu has bought the rights of both languages for the film “Milaga”. Very soon the production of the film in both the languages will start. Deepika Padukone will be the heroine in the Hindi version of “Milaga”. The Hindi version is named “Mirchi”.

Nataraj, the popular Bollywood cinematographer played the lead role in “Milaga”, he states that the Bollywood cine star, John Abraham has seen the movie and is interested to be a part of it in the Hindi version.

The popular south Indian stars Allu Arjun or Prabhas are considered to play the part of the protagonist in the Telugu movie. Director Ravi Maria adds that the shooting for “Mirchi”, the Hindi version will be carried out in the fabulous back drops of Goa.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Vedam News : Vedam strikes gold

Despite all its lacunae, Vedam has struck a goldmine at the box office, claim the movie-makers. It has a great cast. Lead actors Allu Arjun, Manchu Manoj, Manoj Bajpai Anushka and  Nagaiah among others have performed well. Its background score by M.M Keeravani is the film’s asset.
 The film emerged as the biggest opener this year by collecting $0.2 million in its first five days in America and Rs. 10.5 crore on 350 screens in India.
Nizam grossed Rs 3.45 crore, Guntur 1.02 crore, Vizag Rs. 79.95 lakh and Karnataka Rs. 1.1 crore.
Where the film flounders is its drab narration. There is no soul-stirring element that could unite the story. Its lengthy second half has destroyed all the positive score the film gained in the first half.
You have five stories and five dramatis personae fighting their respective situations. All the five character-story elements land up in a government hospital in Hyderabad which is already a terrorist-target. Now, how did they save the hospital forms the climax of the movie.
 Jointly produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni under the banner of Arka Media Works. Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi (Krish) of Gamyam fame directed the film. Arjun plays a de-glamorized character and Manchu Manoj the role of a rock star. Manoj Bajpai's typical role gives the twists and turns to the story. Anushka plays a prostitute in the film.

Badrinath News : Vinayak and Bunny in stress

Action director VV Vinayak and Stylish Star Allu Arjun are sweating it out for ‘Badrinath.’ Although VV Vinayak lost his father few weeks ago and is in severe mental stress trying to overcome the loss and started trying to get back to his routine for the ongoing (halted) project of ‘Badrinath;’ on the other hand Bunny doesn’t want anything less than the biggest hit of his career.
Reason why, Bunny left to Vietnam with stunt master Peter Heins and started working on martial artists for the movie. Allu Arjun wants to get perfectioned in this new form of martial art before ‘Badrintah’ gets back on to the sets.
With such hardwork put by the team, let us hope that ‘Badrinath’ brings Allu Arjun back on to his success track after the hat trick failures.

Badrinath News : Allu Arjun's Badrinath shelved?

Allu Arjun’s latest film after Vedam, Badrinath shelved for the time being? That’s what the hot topic of rumour mongers in filmnagar. As director VV Vinayak’s father had passed away, the director is in no mood to go ahead with the project right now. And utilizing the gap, Allu Arjun went abroad to finetune his martial arts skills.

Vedam First Week Box Office Report

Stylish Star's multi starer movie completed its first week with extra ordinary reports and also with descent rating and review all over the websites, both in India and overseas.
The film was about to be a A class entertainer, but which was also welcomed by all age groups as a super hit movie. Vedam became the first higher grosser of the year 2010 in overseas with a box office collection of $200, 000 and in India alone it collected Rs 10.5 corers in 300 screens.
Keeravani played the music for Vedam, director Krish and Allu Arjun has already crossed to a whole new audience after Vedam.
Film is now running its second week successfully.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Vedam NEWS: Bunny dissasified with Krish

One movie hit and directors start experimenting…ofcourse it is the positive approach in todays young breed of directors who are dying for creative work. Here is one such movie from director
Krish of ‘Gamyam’ fame who is raring to go for the verdict of public tomorrow with his ‘vedam,’ the so called multi starrer project with Allu Arjun, Manchu Manoj and Anushka.
With too many petty ego problems surrounding, ‘vedam’ itself is drowning into controversies that seems never ending. With contradicting statements from Manchu Manoj and Allu Arjun about the making of ‘vedam’ on one side and Director Krish himslef declaring this as an experimental movie (does this mean no commercial elements) and freshly, one of our close sources say that Allu Arjun who watched the movie few days ago was disgruntled and was in no mood of cheering.
Well, wait for the mark of the audience on 'Vedam’

Allu Arjun News : Allu Arjun waiting for Nagarjuna call!

This young lot of Tollywood heroes seem to be co-ordial. This is not the generation of competition but these heroes are more into co-operation and friendship. Never was such congenial atmosphere seen in industry as what we see these days.
From long back, there was never an instance where big heroes of yesteryear have shown interest to act in banners of other big heroes or their relatives. Geetha Arts, Suresh Productions, Annapurna Studios, Lakshmi Prasanna Pictures have become the respective forts for Allu & Chiru clan, Daggubati clan, Akkineni clan and Manchu clan heroes respectively.
Here is a trendsetting chapter in Tollywood opened by Naga Chaitanya as he has become the first hero from young lot to start working for other big banner, what we see him today working for Geetha Arts of Allu. Though nothing confirmative but Allu Arjun is known to be eager to respond with a kind return gesture for Akkineni family and is waiting for a call from Nagarjuna to get cast him in one of their movies on Annapurna Studios.
If such wonderful relations last longer, no doubt we may see multi starrers in our Tollywood very soon.

Vedam News : 'Vedam' positive talk in overseas

Telugu audiences in overseas market always give full credit to reality movies and the subjects which really touch their heart. To prove and keep the record straight, ‘Vedam’ the movie from Krish is having its dream run in overseas market. As per our close distribution sources in USA market, a double positive report has been generated for ‘vedam’ which is undoubtedly declared good hit for the season.
The well entertained story of Allu Arjun as ‘Cable Raju’ and a sensible cum heart breaking performance of Nagaiah  as a traditional handloom weaver suffering with debts have been the impressive parts of the movie which striked the right chord with NRIs who always love genuine and creative works.
Along with above plus points, even Anushka as ‘Amalapuram Saroja’ and Krish’s dialogues have worked positive for the movie. Let us wait for few more days to get the final report. For now, ‘Vedam’ is declared a hit in overseas.

Vedam News : Three Angels serious over media for Vedam?

‘Vedam’ has been over publicized as the new concept on Telugu screen with five stories said in parallel which merge in final into a coherent plot. This is a new pattern of screen play which was invented in year 2000 by the Mexican movie ‘Amores Perros’ in the direction of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.
Later such screenplay was inherited by Indian cinema mainly in Bollywood and then in Kollywood with ‘Saroja’ later on by ‘Om Shanthi’ from Three Angels in Tollywood.
When media hasn’t gave any importance to the creative flick ‘Om Shanthi,’ why is it overhyping the ‘Vedam’ is the first question that is known to be stirring in Vyjayanthi and Three Angels. As said by few movie critics, much of the screenplay in ‘Vedam’ resemble the format of ‘Om Shanthi’ and finally both movies end by the handywork of terrorists.
Well, now who can question media? Sorry, who this media actually is?

Vedam News : 'Vedam' makes Allu Arjun 'Happy'

Mega fans easily agree with my statement that ‘Happy’ in the direction of Karunakaran was the best movie for Allu Arjun performance wise so far.
Even though movie could not break the BO jinx, Bunny gave the best performance of his life time. Now, with happening of ‘Vedam’ he is here repeating the ‘Happy’ movements in his career.
Character of Cable Raju served like a life for the entire ‘Vedam’ and once again Allu Arjun was seen performing excellently by rendering the comedy dialogues and emoting in the final scenes along with Nagaiah by the same ease. Thanks to genuine hard work by Krish for the character of Allu Arjun that mega fans are cherishing about. The way Krish laced up the stories of Allu Arjun and Nagaiah is an indication of true talent  in him which audience are feeling positive and ‘Happy’ about the movie.
Though ‘Happy’ proved bad at BO, Allu afforded it all for the sake of performance. Let us hope that ‘vedam’ create its impact in both the ways.

Vedam News : Market Maata: Manoj and Krish unfit for Vedam

Except Allu Arjun none of the characters in ‘Vedam’ proved their purpose for enacting their respective roles in the movie. As many agreed that soul of the movie is missed from the first scene but Allu Arjun’s character is one which has real purpose and the make over in his mental agony is treated a bit better than other characters.
Although Manchu Manoj has forcibly inserted his name in the titles as ‘Guest Appearance’ but it was not justifiable any where as he was running through his own story for entire movie with out getting linked to main story. With missing of characterization depth and the struggle for which he is running for is never established in the movie , Manoj has every reason to stay reluctant of becoming one of the major asset for vedam.
Don’t speak about ego in our heroes. Market sources saying openly that, with such an amateurish characterization of a rising hero like Manoj, who dares to work in multi starrers with an unbalanced approach by directors?   If Manoj is unfit in Vedam for loosing his importance in characterization, it is Krish who needs to be blamed for such an attempt.

Vedam News : Vedam shows there are 'magallu' in Tollywood: Keeravani

''Some commented that there are no `magallu’ in Telugu cinema (referring to comments made by Tammareddy Bharadwaja). Vedam is an eye-opener to them,’’ said composer mm Keeravani. He was all praise for Allu Arjun’s role in the film.''The film provides food for thought to those who are of the opinion that Tollywood actors are not good at adapting to new styles like their counterparts in the Bollywood. He was addressing a press meet of the film `Vedam’ on Thursday evening.

Vedam News : 'Vedam' deftly weaves together many stories (Telugu Film Review)

Film: 'Vedam'; Director: Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi (Krish); Cast: Allu Arjun, Manchu Manoj, Anushka, Deeksha Seth, Lekha Washington, Manoj Bajpai, Nagayya and Raghu Babu; Music: M.M. Keervaani; Rating: ****

In the dreamy world of Telugu films, where commercial stereotypes have become the order of the day, director Krish has tried to bring in some freshness through 'Vedam'.

Krish, who made a mark with his first film 'Gamyam', has clearly proved that his first success was not a flash in the pan. In fact 'Vedam' goes one step ahead of 'Gamyam' and stands out for its excellent screenplay, taut narration and a powerful story that underlines the importance of humanity and values.

It is a thought-provoking film and all the actors have put their best foot forward. Allu Arjun, one of the top commercial heroes of Telugu films, comes out with his career's best performance. And Krish's dialogues make a powerful impact.

The narration seems to have taken some inspiration from 2004 Oscar-winning film 'Crash', which dealt with stories of unconnected people whose lives meet at a point or are linked in some way or the other.

And kudos to stars like Allu Arjun, Anushka and Manchu Manoj for opting to be part of an out-of-the-box film and move away from their branded images.

All the three artists have worked in this film with a high degree of commitment. And critically-acclaimed Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpai is seen in a complex role.

'Vedam' is the story of five unconnected people whose lives are beset with problems. Their journey for a solution to their problems brings them together and how they react to an emerging situation forms the key element of the story.

Credit has to be given to director Krish that he did not yield to temptations to use the star brigade to create another commercial hit. Instead, he focuses on the struggles, sacrifices and the sadistic side of some people trapped in a world of greed and power play.

Thankfully the film has no place for cliched sequences.

The film starts off with a slow narration and the first half is a little dragging as the director tells us the background of the five main characters.

But the film gets a firm grip in the second half where the narration is taut and the events unfold at a faster pace. The last half-an-hour is gripping and keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

The different characters in the story are cable operator Raju, who wants to please his rich girlfriend, a rock star Vivek, who makes a journey from Bangalore to participate in a musical show in Hyderabad and Saroja, a sex worker who wants to attain freedom from the brothel house in Amalapuram.

The film also has a Muslim character, faced with problems and dilemmas due to which he wants to leave the country and a poor weaver, who is trapped in debt and wants to sell his kidneys and educate his grandson. After facing many problems in life, all these people come to a hospital to face a piquant situation.

Allu Arjun has a big role and comes out with an extraordinary performance. Manchu Manoj is also wonderful in his role. Anushka should be appreciated for accepting such a risky but challenging role. Manoj Bajpai, as expected, is awesome. And Nagayya, who is not a regular actor, is the perfect choice for the poor weaver's role.

Gunashekhar's camera work is the real strength of the film and composer Keervani has given some really good tunes.

'Vedam' is a must watch.

Saturday, June 05, 2010

Vedam Movie Review

Cast: Allu Arjun, Manoj, Anushka, Lekha Washington, Deeksha Seth, Manoj Bajpai, Nagaiah, Raghubabu, Satyam Rajesh, Brahmanandam and Others.
Action: Ram-Laxman.
Art: Rajeev Nayar.
Banner: Arka Media Works.
Cinematography: Ganasekhar VS.
Editing: Shravan K.
Music: MM Keeravani.
Producer(s): Prasad Devineni, Shobu Yarlagadda.
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues & Director: Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi (Krish).
Release Date: June 04, 2010

Allu Arjun
All eyes on Krish Jagar it was this Friday. A first film can be a fluke but not a second one, more so if it is not a commercial entertainer and when the audience are still attempting to enjoy alternative stories. With a bag full of awards and loads of appreciation, the director did not give into temptation, stuck to his story, and made a film that preaches Vedam is humanity and humanity is a simple treatment of a man as human. He chose five characters whose lives are beautifully nuanced, structured at many levels and meet at a point.

The first half of the film depicts the characters in their respective problems. Rahim, a Muslim is distressed, he is drawn into an argument, a fight and his wife suffers a miscarriage in a rally held by the Hindus. The man is upset with his past, unable to come to terms with reality and wants to leave the country. The police still suspect him to be a terrorist and trouble him unnecessarily.

There is Saroja who wants to take a flight to freedom, unhappy with the exploitation at the hands of a sex worker, the lady with her colleague escapes from the brothel house. Vivek Chakravarthy, a rock star who wants to make it big in the music world, have a band of his own leads his troupe for a show. Ramulu, an old man has a lofty dream, wants to educate his grandson and is dying to come out of debts. He sets out on a journey with his daughter-in-law to get some money home.

Finally Raju, an educated youth finds himself trapped in poverty, woos a rich girl, lies about his status as a cable operator, goes on a mission to find 40 thousand rupees to party with his girl friend.

Now all of them in a quest for life begin their journey and are beset with problems at the same time. Rahim is questioned by the police while he goes for his Visa, Saroja is trapped by her previous employers, Vivek is entangled in a road fight, Raju gives into the temptation of theft and Ramulu's money in the city is stolen.

In the next level it is opportunity that comes in form of help from unexpected quarters. As human beings do we grab it and change for the good or do we fall prey to sin and sadism? Finally the story wraps up with redemption, realization and destiny throwing up so many good things - it makes some lives worth living and some worth dying for.

The film initially begs for freshness but as it hits the second hour it touches you, draws you into their purgatory, their ups and downs. A prostitute, a Muslim trying to prove he is not a terrorist are boring characters, how differently you project them on screen depends on their performances and the dialogues given to them. The film is backed by solid performances, no one overplays their role. The USP again is the dialogue. Allu Arjun dominates the film with his flawless work.

In the second part of the film, his expressions are splendid, especially when he tries to steal money at the hospital, while going to pay for the tickets and his scenes with a small child whose smile he chose to overlook in a hurry to fulfill his desire. Seiya as Manoj Bajpai's wife does a good job, Posani Krishna Murali who's been earning the wrath of critics scores some decent points, Bajpai is perfect as a vulnerable man, and Anushka is simply natural and yes pretty too.

Manoj has a reason to be upset, the only scene which strikes chord with the audiences is when he's lying in the coffin and his mother takes pride in his martyrdom. There couldn't have been a better person than Nagaiyya to deliver the role of a grandfather fighting with abject poverty.

Even small, inconspicuous characters like Prithviraj, Raghu Babu leave their mark. The last scene has the terrorist with a rifle resembling Kasab. Brahmanandam has a single scene but he brings in the laughs. Towards the end some lay down their lives, some get a new life, and some continue to sin. The film touches you in the finale, and could make you wonder what if you were caught in a theatre that goes up in flames, that has no fire extinguisher, or a hospital surrounded by terrorists, how would you react?

All the characters who are led by goals become selfless, the metamorphosis is complete with striking dialogues and aided with visuals. The movie appears crammed first but later the narrative becomes emblematic of the director's aim. Everyone learns something or the other from this story, from the characters, emotions, about life being terrorized by greed, lust, ambition, power play, and that good begets good, and life is all about the choices you make

Vedam News

Fresh week is here waiting for the fresh releases in Tollywood. After an average last week with only release of ‘Golimaar,’ this is the time for most awaited flick ‘Vedam’ from master in creative thinking, director Krish who won critical acclaims and a commercial success with ‘Gamyam.’
With Allu Arjun, Manchu Manoj and Anushka capping most different roles of their career; ‘Vedam’ has been regarded as a genuine experimental movie on Telugu canvas. Music by Keeravani sounded good both instrumental and lyric wise.

Who will save 'Vedam'?

This movie ‘vedam’ has been an experimental attempt by successful director Krish of ‘Gamyam’ fame. Being rated as a multi starrer by Allu Arjun while Manchu Manoj rates his character as a guest role in the movie and director Krish calls this project as a creative product which has to attempted with fresh and new artists…what are these logic less and non connecting comments before the rleease of movie?
Don’t get panicked…such is the confusing talk which ‘vedam’ has grabbed in the market. No doubts Krish is an extra ordinary director who made a niche of himself with ‘Gamyam,’ given a right opportunity he has the caliber to deliver nothing a product less than ‘Gamyam.’ On other hand Anushka, the hot prostitute Savitri of ‘vedam’ has kept the audience in waiting from very long since ‘Arundharthi.’ Stylish star Allu Arjun and Manchu Manoj are no less than hit stuff. Music director Keeravani is magician and his tunes already offered good mileage for the movie before release.
With a mountaineous negative talk already generated for this first multi starrer of the season, let us which star among the above list of big names will save ‘vedam’?

Friday, June 04, 2010

Vedam Reviews First On Net

Allu Arjun's multi starer movie Vedam in which Manju Manoj and Anushka were also played the lead roles has been released by this morning which touched all the age groups of Andra Pradesh and also the over seas results were also terrific right after the premier show was over.

Allu Arju has been crossed to a new level of audience after his award winning performance, and the box office collection too will set a record in the career of Bunny and also Anushka and Manju Manoj. Man behind the camera, director Krish became very successful to bring the value of human relations, love, etc... to what he wanted to be in.

Rating of Vedam now has been claime almost between 4 - 4.7 out of 5.

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Super Dances of Allu Arjun

Allu Arjun sharing his US trip

Holidaying is a must for every professional to recharge. We had a wonderful time and covered four cities in a short span. However, packing and unpacking, removing shoes and watches at security check were minor irritants, but spending quality time with family members was great,’ says Allu Arjun who recently finished his US holiday.
Speaking about his future projects, ‘I like to be a trendsetter. So I am reviving multi starrer trend in Tollywood. I think more than the footage, the impact of the character counts. Frankly, I volunteered to do this role in ‘Vedam’ after hearing the script from director Krish,’ Allu elaborates
After successful move in wooing the Mallu audience, Allu Arjun intends to debut in Kollywood as he is grown up in Chennai.
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