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Konda Polam Telugu Movie Review

 2 Hrs 22 MIns   |   Love   |   08-10-2021

Cast - Vaishnav Tej, Rakul Preet, Nassar, Kota

Director - Krish

Producer - Y Rajeev Reddy

Banner - First Frame Entertainments

Music - MM Keeravani

Ravi (Vaisshnav Tej), who fails to get a job for four years after his degree, returns to hometurf where his family is struggling to make ends meet. He along with his father goes to Nallamala forest to do Konda Polam for their cattle. This changes his life and gives him the much-needed self-confidence. He opts for Civil Services and gets selected as an IFS officer.

Vaisshnav Tej has chosen yet another heavy role after Uppena. It is not easy for him to pull off such a heavy subject early in his career. At times, he shines. In some scenes, he fails to create the impact. Rakul Preet is good as shepherdess Obu aka Obulamma on screen. Her screen presence, performance, and accent bring the much-needed relief in the rather dull movie. Sai Chand has come up with the finest performance. But it becomes redundant over the period of time. Kota Srinivasa Rao is alright as the grandfather. He gets limited screen presence. Character actor Ravi Prakash gets a decent role. His phone call scene to wife conveys how family relations are affected. Rest of the characters are not serious enough to care about. All the characters speak with an authentic Rayalaseema accent which brings authenticity.

In an attempt to do justice to the novel, director Krish seems to have put the commercial elements aside. This makes the film dull and flat. Instead, he should have just taken the essence of the story from the novel and should have made it into an appealing feature film. Scenes should have been written keeping the feature film in mind. Krish makes honest attempt in translating novel. The subject itself is such that it is more of novel-like. It’s not an easy task. Keeravani’s music and background score are the biggest strengths which rescued the film. Visuals in the jungle are appealing. Lensman did an impressive job. CG work is good.

Literature and movies often get inspired from one another. It is challenging when a literary work is being made into a feature film. Even an experienced and critically acclaimed filmmaker like Krish couldn’t overcome this hurdle. That is the biggest drawback for the Konda Polam which suffers right from the word go. Krish took a chunk of time in establishing the characters, their lifestyle, their pain, agony. Lot of energy and effort has gone into this which delayed the conflict point. Krish tries very hard to evoke some laughs through sidekicks. But these seem forced and inorganic. Rakul Preet and Vaisshnav’s chemistry is refreshing. Songs are well shot.

The film throws light onto the lives of shepherds in drought-hit regions. The makers succeeded in giving the audience an authentic jungle ambience. Tiger in the jungle resembles the fear in the protagonist and how he faces it shows the transformation in his character. The pre-interval fight episode is interesting. It appears to have lifted the film ahead of the interval and keeps the hopes on the film alive.

But post-interval, the film travels at its own pace, style. The emotion has been there throughout. But it is not enough to engage the audience hooked to screens. There are no goosebump scenes. The film sans a strong villain. The ordeals in the jungle for survival, lack of water, food and fighting the smugglers, saving lives from wild animals are the hurdles. Background score saves the film at several portions. Overall, Konda Polam is a genuine attempt with some cinematic liberties. But art and literature have dominated the cinema. Konda Polam may disappoint the masses. After Uppena, Vaisshnav offers a raw deal.


'Bhoot Police' Movie Review

 All I could see was an old-world Bollywood “project”, post Stree, with four stars (male, female), shot during pandemic, with restricted locations, by horror movies’ director of Ragini MMS, and Phobia, that I’ve heard good things about. With nothing here to write home about

Saif Ali Khan, I suspect, will go down in Hindi movie history as the ’90s carat star, who made the most interesting choices in his later career. And sometimes, out of boredom, or sheer momentary excitement of a script-narration, showed up on a set to simply shoot the breeze!

Since, publicly, he comes across as self-aware, you can’t help but feel he’s actually mocking himself on screen, doing what he does—or indeed the movie he’s in! Bhoot Police is one such. 

It’s about a pair of exorcists (“vashikaran specialists”)—two nomadic, dude babas, from nowhere, travelling in an American style RV—expelling evil spirits from people/places. Saif’s character doesn’t believe in this bhoot-pret line (of clothing/work). His brother (Arjun Kapoor) does. Their father was a famous baba, which calls for a nudge-wink inside-joke on nepotism!

They’ve been hired to clear a tea-estate of a particular ghost variety called Kichkandi. This is where two brothers meet two sister-owners—Yami Gautam, and Jacqueline Fernandes, with the camera lens subtly seduced by her posterior. She’s interested in selling off family property to serve Long Island ice teas at a London bar instead.

Saif’s character addresses tea-estate gaon wallon with, “Mitron”, posing as man with answer to all their prayers. The two men meet a monk who says, “Bhaag jao (run away)”—which is apt instruction for audience, right before interval, given the limited jokes dry up after half-time. They refuse, because they have to “get to the bottom of the story”.

Saying interval, since that’s how I watched this supposed horror comedy, at a press preview, in a dark hall—as against randomly surfing online. Which is how it’s dropped on an OTT, and that could be a less intrusive experience. 

All I could see was an old-world Bollywood “project”, post Stree, with four stars (male, female), shot during pandemic, with restricted locations, by horror movies’ director of Ragini MMS, and Phobia, that I’ve heard good things about. With nothing here to write home about. 

I know you’re not supposed to take this film seriously—even when the film does. But how do you take this film, after a point, is the more serious question!


Seetimaar Telugu Movie Review

 Cast - Gopichand, Tamannaah, Bhumika, Pragati, Rahman, Digangana Suryavanshi, Tarun Arora, and others

Director - Sampath Nandi

Producer - Srinivasaa Chitturi

Banner - Srinivasaa Silver Screens

Music - Mani Sharma

Gopichand and Sampath Nandi’s last outing Goutham Nanda turned out to be a disappointment. After four-long years, the duo collaborated for an out-and-out mass masala film set against Kabaddi backdrop. Sampath roped in his lucky mascot Thamanna for the female lead. Check out what worked and what didn’t work in Seetimaarr.


Karthik (Gopichand), an assistant manager in a bank, coaches AP women Kabaddi team. He wants village girls to win the national championship which brings attention to the village problems. Karthik’s life turns upside down when his team of girls gets kidnapped just 2 days before the final match. Makhan Singh (Tarun Arora) is the mastermind behind the kidnap on one demand. What does Makhan Singh want from Karthik and why did he target him? Will the AP women Kabaddi team win the finals and will Karthik keeps up his dream about school? The movie answers all these questions.


Gopichand gets fit and moulds himself for the role of Kabaddi coach. He delivers noteworthy dialogues about women & their empowerment. He tells girls’ parents to encourage their daughters in careers of their interest. Tamannah gets the bold role as Jawala Reddy. Her glam show gets thumbs up. Her urban attire and Telangana slang strike chords. Digangana Suryavanshi is just a glam addition. She is seen in a role who has feelings for Karthik. Tarun Arora shines as a dreaded villain. Rao Ramesh’s character gets preference initially but doesn’t add much to the main plot. The squad of girls who acted in AP women’s team deserve special mention. They aren’t camera shy and expressed emotions well in the crucial scenes.


Sampath Nandi has come up with a dated story and flat screenplay. However, it is the mass episodes that act as the saving grace. Dialogues and background score work. Jwala Reddy and Pepsi Aunty songs offer visual treat, albeit they obstruct the narration. Cinematography is neat.


Mass Episodes


Jwala Reddy & Pepsi Aunty Songs


Routine Story & Predictable Scenes


Mass masala potboilers have a special set of audience. Gopichand and Sampath Nandi’s Seetimaarr is aimed at those masses. It has moments that appeal to B & C centers. Hero takes on goons effortlessly and the gang of rowdies fly in the air with the hero’s single punch. Sampath is known for churning out masala potboilers and he did it again with Seetimaarr. Two scenes that earn claps from audience are senior actors Annapurna, Pragathi and gang of women try to spoil the matchmaking of Digangana. Annapurna’s hilarious dialogues bring laughs. In another scene in the latter half, Posani praises Gopichand and his selfless act for the girls squad. Both the scenes worked and played it to the galleries.

The hero has got good elevation as a coach as well as a responsible guy who doesn’t spare the baddies.  The hero and villain face-off is interesting to watch out for. The cat and mouse game where the villain hatches the kidnap plan and executes it brilliantly from a jail shows his network and abilities. How a hero fights a powerful villain and rescues his team makes for okay watch.

Towards the end, the protagonist inspires the girls to fight on their own in his absence. It is shown in an interesting manner. Kabaddi matches could be shown in a gripping way.  The climax portions rush a bit. Seetimaarr is not everyone’s film. If you love masala potboilers, Seetimaarr satisfies you. It is strictly for the masses.

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Thalaivi Movie Review

 Biopics are not simple to make and it is not easy to impress one and all with them. We have seen Mahanati, NTR Kathanayakudu, and Mahanayakudu in recent times, and now is the time for Thalaivi.

Thalaivi is the chronology of the life of late J. Jayalalithaa, whose life story is the most sensational among all the actors, politicians, and actor-politicians in India. Directed by AL Vijay of Nanna fame, Thalaivi hit the screens today. Let us see the review here.

What Is It About?

Thalaivi starts with the infamous incident of insulting Jayalalitha in Assembly when she was in the opposition. The story goes back to the past to show us many interesting incidents from her life and finally concludes with her sitting on the Chief Minister’s seat.

Thalaivi cannot be completely a biopic of Jaya, as the makers chose to show only ‘Actor-Politician-Chief Minister’ in short. The total life of Jayalalithaa has a lot of hard work, emotion, stubbornness, and guts that made her what she was. Thalaivi shows almost all that.

Jayalalithaa (Kangana Ranaut) enters films at a very young age. MGR (Aravind Swamy) likes her innocence and attitude. Jaya’s stardom rises along with the intimacy with MGR after many films together. She starts admiring him, but MGR’s ambition is to serve people. MGR distances himself from Jaya for the political party he launches after walking out of friend turned foe Karunanidhi’s (Nasser) party. Jayalalithaa enters MGR’s political party but later gets evicted from the same. Her political journey with challenges, hurdles, and insults, and how she becomes the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu form the story.


Kangana Ranaut excelled in the role of Jayalalithaa. Kangana’s subtle variation from scene to scene enthralls us. Not just the makeup and look, but the difference in the body language and expression proves the prowess of Kangana once again.

Arvind Swamy’s acting is on par and more in many instances with that of Kangana’s. The veteran actor fits the bill as MGR and he dominates all others while he is on screen. One more superb performance from the Roja actor.

MGR’s close aide Veerappan’s role played by Samuthirakhani is another most important role in the film and he too gives his best performance to date with Thalaivi. Veerappan’s role goes along with Jayalalithaa and MGR all through the story.

Along with the three primary roles, there are other important characters like Karunanidhi (Nasser), Janaki Ramachandran (Madhubala), Jaya’s mother Sandhya (Bhagyasree). They all did well in their respective roles.


AL Vijay succeeds in connecting the audience with the 80’s era where most of the story belongs to. The director’s effort and vision can be seen in the set properties, reproducing the scenes from old movies and actors’ looks.

Thalaivi is technically top-notch. The artwork, background score, and sets match the timeline and the story perfectly. The production values are high. The editing could have been better.

Thumbs Up

Kangana Ranaut, Aravind Swamy, Samuthirakani’s performances
Elevation Scenes
Background music

Thumbs Down

Run time
Too much of Tamil nativity for Telugu audience


Earlier Mani Ratnam made an ‘Iddaru’ movie based on Tamilnadu politics, but it remained as a cult or classic than ending up as a commercial or sensational success. Now with Thalaivi, Tamil Nadu’s yesteryear politics are retouched, but the makers appear to have avoided the unwanted troubles faced by Mani Ratnam back then.

Jayalalithaa’s life story has drama, controversies, and many more which are apt for a perfect commercial movie to be made. The director’s choice of scenes to start the movie with needs an accolade. AL Vijay decided to start the movie with the most unexpected scene of Jayalalithaa being insulted in assembly, which is usually expected to be used as a trump card somewhere in the middle of the movie. The director did not want to show us Jayalalithaa’s childhood and her life before entering the films.

Director AL Vijay started it by recreating yesteryear sets and colors for connectivity and relativity to the story. He presented the most emotional and magical movements that are famous from Jayalalithaa’s life and he narrated the regular story in between them. Whenever there is a documentary kind of scene in the movie, there follows a high moment getting the attention back. The performances of Kangana Ranaut, Arvind Swamy, Samuthirakhani along with magical moments at regular intervals make Thalaivi intriguing. The scenes between Veerappan and Jayalalithaa enthrall the audience.

While Jayalalithaa MGR’s love story is well known to the Tamil audience, those episodes can be thoroughly enjoyed by them. A scene about Jayalalithaa-Sobhan Babu’s story could have filled the space for the Telugu audience. Jayalalithaa is equally popular in Telugu, but not a single scene showing her Telugu movies might disappoint the Telugu audience. The makers should have at least included a scene or two from her Telugu movies in the Telugu version.

The director somehow pushed crucial episodes in Jaya’s life to the backseat, like Sasikala, her rivalry and vengeance act with Karunanidhi. It looks like the director did not want to touch and unturn the political controversies. He focused mainly on entertaining Jaya’s fans and Tamil audiences.

Thalaivi does not focus much on Jayalalithaa’s movie career. Jayalalithaa’s interest in jewelry, dresses, and properties was not shown. Neither her friendship nor relations with popular actors in the film industry have been touched.

One can’t help as Thalaivi reminds us of classic Mahanati and comparisons do come as both are the stories of two legendary actresses. Sympathy dawns on Jaya’s role for losing all and fighting all alone. Unlike Savitri, Jaya’s story has a successful ending. The underlying point in Thalaivi is that a woman succeeds in the male-dominated fields – politics and films. This is where Jaya’s story touches the hearts. She deserves a befitting tribute and that’s what Thalaivi offers.


Tuck Jagadish Telugu movie review

 Nani had to go for OTT release yet again. Due to some unavoidable situations, Nani’s Tuck Jagadish missed the theatrical release and came out as an Amazon-Prime release today. Nani joined hands with Ninnu Kori director Siva Nirvana one more time for Tuck Jagadish. While the trailer and songs looked interesting, the review here gives how the movie actually is. Let us walk into the review.

What Is It About?

Bhudevipuram villages see a lot of conflicts and deaths within many families due to land disputes. One of the big heads Adiseshu Niadu (Nasser) dreams of seeing a peaceful Bhudevipuram which is obstructed often by the baddie Veerendra Naidu (Daniel Balaji). Naser’s family is big with two daughters (Rohini and Devadarshini), Sons-in-law (Rao Ramesh and Naresh), Sons Bose (Jagapathi Babu), Tuck Jagadish (Nani). The sudden death of Adiseshu Naidu brings the selfish and anguished man out of Bose, only pushing him to join hands with Veerendra Naidu to backstab his whole family. Tuck Jagadish comes as MRO to the same village and takes up the responsibility of fulfilling his dad’s dream. How he works towards it and how he beats the plots of Veerendra and Bose forms the story.


Nani looked stylish throughout the movie. His first-half performance is a little away from his usual ‘natural’ with a fresh attitude, but he comes back to being natural in the second half of the movie. Ritu Varma as Gummadi Varalakshmi mostly sticks to songs and few romantic scenes. Though she is a good performer, Tuck won’t give much to her to perform.

Daniel Balaji is okay as a villain, but a more powerful villain could have been better. Jagapathi Babu did well, but his role lacks strength and spine slowly. Rohini and Devadarshini did their part. Rao Ramesh gets nothing meaty and he is hardly seen in the movie and so is Naresh as a drunkard.

Aishwarya Rajesh gets a good role and she performed very well in it.


Two songs from Thaman’s music are good, while Gopisundar steals the show with his background music. The background music often elevates the scenes. The cinematography is very good. The locations are scenic and colorful. The scenes and frames look appealing from start to end. Technical standards are good. Dialogues, screenplay, and editing are fine. Some warning dialogues with little tales and some puns are simple yet interesting. Though there is not much to complain about lag in the movie, the plot itself is old that makes most parts cliched. Almost all action scenes are shot very well.

Thumbs Up


Background Music

Production values

Thumbs Down

Outdated Storyline

Weak Villain


Tuck Jagadish is all colorful and stylish, but the story is more like a renovated story from old times. Nani’s Tuck Jagadish deals with the same old rural backdrop rivalries, land disputes, and killings, but this Jagadish is more colorful and stylish in dealing the things.

Director Siva Nirvana chose to show the family emotions, sentiments, and action but ignores the entertainment part for the sake of all others. Although he took up the old wine, all he could have added is a bit of entertainment.

This Tuck Jagadish has nothing much to find fault with, except many scenes are cliched with overdramatic scenes like from a decade or two old movies. The screenplay is good and the point is straight in most of the scenes, but the concept of family rivalries and the younger son putting all the effort for the sake of family is monotonous and vintage.

The scenes with step-mother dialogues and the reunion scenes appear too heavy at times. Some incidents like promising Nani promising Aishwarya Rajesh to save her when she is ready for it and waiting for her every night at a place are too cinematic. Nani’s style and action scenes relieve us from over-dramatic cliched scenes with the sentiment, many a time.

Also, Nani suddenly entering the village in a government vehicle as an MRO does not make sense even if it is meant to be a surprise. Some routine scenes of a strict ‘local’ MRO showing his arm power as well as his position to solve problems around could have been avoided.

Though it is Nani’s show all over, the villain could have been powerful enough. Also, Jagapathi Babu’s role loses its hold and strength completely in the second half. Nani has not just done everything to unite his family, but his performance is all that can save Tuck Jagadish.

Tuck Jagadish’s outing on OTT is a wise choice, irrespective of all the discussions and controversy that happened before the release.

Cast - Nani, Ritu Varma, Rao Ramesh, Jagapathi Babu, Nasser, Daniel Balaji, Aishwarya Rajesh and Others

Director - Siva Nirvana

Producer - Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi

Banner - Shine Screens

Music - Thaman, Gopi Sundar


Nootokka Jillala Andagadu Movie Review

Avasarala Srinivas, who is known for attempting different roles, is back with an interesting concept. He goes bald as a lead actor for ‘Nootokka Jillala Andagadu’. Does he impress?


Gotti Surya Narayana aka GSN (Avasarala Srinivas), who is in his late 30’s, works as a CRM in a real-estate company. He lives with his mother (Rohini). GSN’s only problem is male pattern baldness. This makes him feel ‘inferior’. He finds his colleague Anjali (Ruhani Sharma) interesting. She finds him funny. The two fall for each other. Here comes the twist. Anjali learns about GSN’s baldness and can’t digest it. How does GSN wins back Anjali?


Avasarala Srinivas deserves a pat on his back for choosing male baldness which has become a rampant issue. He got under the skin of the role and does pull of the role with ease. Ruhani Sharma seems to be apt for her role. She is fine in the film but needs to improve her acting to go to next level. Abhishek Maharshi is just alright as a sidekick. His role lacks substance. Rohini as usual shines as mother with emotion. Srinivas friend Sattipandu role could have been better. ‘Amrutham’ fame Shivannarayana is okay as Anjali’s father. But he is not used well. None of the other characters are developed to care for.


Avasarala Srinivas is a proved writer and director who impressed with ‘Oohalu Gusagusalaade’. This time he sticks to just writing and leaves the direction job to newcomer Rachakonda Vidyasagar. This resulted in a mixed bag. The film has emotional depth which is the saving grace. Shakthikanth Karthik’s background music is in sync with the film. Lack of good love songs is shortcoming. Visuals are appealing. Editing is good.


Novel Point With Runtime
Bald Comedy
Emotional Scenes in 2nd Half


Predictable scenes
Lack of good songs


Comedy dramas are the toast of the season. Post pandemic, audiences would love to see more comedy dramas. Avasarala Srinivas picks up an interesting point of male baldness. He weaves a breezy romantic story around it. Director takes a chunk of time in the first half to introduce the characters. The first act is lengthy. It is a bit dull and boring. The interval twist is expected but helps to take the story forward. Post interval, the film settles down. Wig comedy is the film’s strength.

The emotional scenes in the second half work. Especially, mother and son sentiment is subtle and does the magic. However, the hero-heroine chemistry in the first half seems to be forced. But it is passable though. Even the bathroom comedy fails to evoke fun. It could have been avoided since it’s done to death.

The wedding episode in the latter half is good. It helps the female lead Anjali to realise about GSN. Overall, it is a breezy feel good romance with bald fun. Nootokka Jillala Andagadu won’t disappoint you. It is plain, simple and passable comedy. Family audience, who have been complaining about Tollywood for not generating good & decent films, may give this film a try. 

Cast - Avasarala Srinivas, Ruhani Sharma and others

Director - Rachakonda Vidyasagar

Producer - Shirish, Rajeev Reddy, Sai Jagarlamudi

Banner - Sri Venkateswara Creations

Music - Shakthikanth Karthick


Cold Case Movie Review : a horror investigation thriller

 Malayalam Movie Released in OTT today Movie Review

directed by debutant Tanu Balak and starring Prithviraj and Aditi Balan in the lead roles. 

Written by Sreenath V Nath, 

Cold Case is shot by Gireesh Gangadharan.

A crime thriller, spun around a horror setting, the film involves the investigation of a complex murder by a journalist, Medha Padmaja (Aditi Balan) and ACP M Sathyajith (Prithviraj). The crime that has shaken the entire state affects Medha’s life as she moves to a new rental house that has a demonic possession. What happens when both try to unravel the mystery and where it takes them forms the rest of the plot.

Cold Case is technically ace and gets you involved with its fine making and moving screenplay. Among the best things about the film are the details and the scientific nuances. The writer has sunk his teeth into the forensic and the scientific processes that help dissect a case. Kudos to that effort.



It's time to
to rethink & reschedule all his upcoming films .
Hope he will never opt
again as director
PrabhuDeva has destroyed the original The Outlaws with perfection.
Few good scenes, Songs,
Salman -

Down pointing backhand index


Keerthy Suresh Penguin Movie Review

Mahanati Keerthy Suresh latest Movie Penguin movie has been promoted on digital plotforms from the past Week.
Ever since the trailor of the Penguin released the past few weeks and made the audience curious to watch the thriller.
Due to Lock down the Movie is not released on theatres.  Penguin Movie Released on OTT plotform today (19th June 2020)
Penguine Movie Released on Amazon Prime.
Getting Into the Story
The movie revolves around the pregnant woman ( Keerthy Suresh), whose elder son Ajay got missing for long six years. It is believed that Ajay has been kidnapped by the criminal who wears the mask of Charlie Chaplin and kidnaps other kids too. Sometime later, Rhythm finds a major clue and wants to deal with it alone.
Actress Keerthi Suresh delivers a solid performance. She played the role very well as a distraught mother and she is the life of the film. The story set up well and the first 30 to 40 minutes are quite intriguing. The film got beautiful visuals, elevating background score. Music and Cinematography departments have done a pretty good job.


Watch Bhaaghi 3 Hindi Movie Review

Bhaaghi 3 is latest Hindi movie starting Tiger Shroff , Shradda Kapoor , Ritesh Deshmuk and anikita Lokhande.

Movie is Releaseing Today.  Movie got Good posititve Reviews  all over.

#Baaghi3 is EXPLOSIVE with High voltage action scene, Truly No one can do Action like #TigerShroff. It is the combo of Action + Brotherhood + Romance and Emotions
 is Brilliant
 killing with his cuteness
Glowing star Glowing star Glowing star Glowing star (4/5)


Bhoot The Haunted Ship Hindi Movie Review

Bhoot The Haunted ship Hindi Movie Released Today, Directed by Bhanu Pratap Singh and Starcast Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar, Ashutosh Rana

Get into the Movie Stroy: 

There is an abandoned ship on the Mumbai sea shores and the authorities want to get it back in the water but that will take some time. 

A shipping department officer Prithvi (Vicky Kaushal) gets intrigued to visit its interior and strange things begin to take place. Some of it might have been inspired by his past.

Even his Wife and daughter Death also related to that ship. Basically the Story Line was good, but  Poor taking of director , Made hurror scene into comedy scenes.

there are high expectation on the movie, because first Karan Johar is producing the movie and URI famk Vicky Kausal doing the film.

The Ratings for the movie are very poor indeed bollywood trade analysis Tarun Adarsh als gave One rating.

Image Credit: Koimoi


Bheeshma Telugu movie review

Bheeshma is a Telugu  Movie Releasing today 21st Feb 2020.

Nithin and Rashmika Mandana pairing first time, Venky Kudumula is directing the Film. Rashmika Mandanna secound film with Venky Kudumula. First one was Chalo.

Bheeshma Organic and Field Science are rival companies in the field of agriculture. Bheeshma (Anantha Nag) is looking for a true heir, and he accidentally stumbles upon Bheeshma (Nithiin). Can the young Bheeshma prove his worth is what the movie is all about?

How Chitra (Rashmika Mandanna) becomes a catalyst in Bheeshma (Nithiin) reaching the CEO position is the critical part of the core plot.

Mr. Bheeshma (Anant Nag), CEO of ‘Bheeshma Organics‘, in search for his heir , finds an youngster Bheeshma (Nithiin ) as a suitable candidate. Jr.Bheeshma is named as the Operational CEO for 30 days. Rest of the film is how Bheeshma (Nithiin) proves his mettle as the CEO and in parallel how he handles love interest Chaitra (Rashmika)!!

Telugu Movie Bheeshma Trailer:


Oka Chinna Viramam Telugu Movie Review

Watch Oka Chinna Viramam Telugu Movie Review

Oka Chinna Viramam Telugu Movie Starting Sanjay Verma, Navin Neni, Punarnavi Bhupalam, Garima Singh. Produced and Directed by Sandeep Cheyguri, Music composed by Bharath Machiraju.

Movie is releasing today on Feb 14 2020.


Deepak ( Sanjay Verma )  and Shaym ( Garima Singh ) both are best Husband and wife and they are best life Partnes as well and Business Partners too.
They will not get good Returns on their Milk Business. 

To Develop the Milk business, they Got a deal to increase business,  But Shaym not agreed to the deal.  But Greedy Deepak say yes to the Deal.  The deal is like to mix some drugs in the milk and sell people.

How Deepak went in to trouble with the deal and how get over it.


World Famous Lover Movie Review

Telugu Movie World Famous Lover Movie Review

World Famous Lover Movie is released Today on 14th Feb 2020.  Movie Directed By Kranthi Madhav. Vijay Deverakonda, Raashi Khanna, Aishwarya Rajesh, Catherine, Isbella  are Leading Actors.


Goutham ( Vijay Deverakonda ) and Yamini ( Raashi Khanna )  are in lover each other since College Days. Yamini Father was not accept their Love. they decide to go for Living Relationship.

Their Life going smoothly, but they got differences, Goutham Want to be Writer from College Days, Yamini Doesn't like it, They Break UP,

In between Sinayya ( Vijay ) and his Wife ( Aishwarya Rajesh ) story will come. what their Story, why Smitha ( Cathirine)  Enters in their life, Who is IJA (Isbella), 

these Stories are Real or Illustration,  For this you Should Watch the movie in Theaters.


Read Savaari Telugu Movie Review

Movie Review: Savaari
Director: Saahith Mothkuri
Producers: Santhosh Mothkuri,Nishank reddy kudithi
Music Director: Shekar Chandra
Starring: Nandu, Priyanka Sharma
Release Date: 7th February 2020

Savaari movie Review: Nandu and Priyanka Sharma starrer Savaari, directed by Saahith Mothkuri has hit the theaters today on 7th February. Let’s see the story of Savaari.

Plus Points:
· Story
· Performance
· Cinematography
· Music
Minus Points:
· Few logic less scene
· Direction
· Narration
Performance: Nandu steals the show right from his performance. He gets into the skin of a horseman and injects the movie Savaari with his energy. Priyanka Sharma is equally entertaining but she sometimes falls flat. With this film, Nandu has proved that he can also suit mass roles as well. He is good in emotional role. Srikanth Reddy in the role of main viallin, is superb and his comic angle has been tapped well in this film Savaari. The rest of the cast of Savaari are ok.
Technical: Though the story of Savaari is interesting but the direction became fail to execute it properly. Apart from horse backdrop there is nothing new to offer in Savaari. The emotional angle he showcased was also not up to the mark. The camerawork is superb and showcases the rustic locations superbly. The production values of the film are good and the editing is ok. The dialogues are written very well. Screenplay is routine.
Analysis: Overall Savaari is a good entertainer movie. Nandu’ performance are good but the lack of strong conflict points and repeated scenes are the major drawbacks.
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Malang Hindi Movie Review

Malang Hindi movie Starting Aditya roy Kapur and Disha patani , anil kapoor and Kunal Kemo

directed by Mohit Suri.

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