Commenting on this auspicious occasion, Raj Khatri, CEO, Om Reels Bioscope Pvt. Ltd., said, “A relatively young yet independent production house, we are committed to capturing and presenting the rich folklore, stories and humour of India, especially its hinterland, to deliver world-class cinema that would not just enthrall and entertain Indians but will also transcend the Diaspora and reach out to global audiences. Having broken ground with the Tigmanshu Dhulia presented high action Bull BulBul Bandook, Puneet’s Dilphire was an ideal second project
In a constant effort to churn out a commercially successful product, our filmmakers completely ignore the fact that entertainment is not about hero-worshiping.
"Veeram" is a classic example, which elevates Ajith and leaves the rest of the ensemble cast behind. It's a pity to see talented actors merely reduced to a few scenes while the newcomers hardly have any presence. The film is dedicated to Ajith,.
What do you expect when two superstars, Mohanlal and Vijay, are pitted against each other in a film where they play a father and son? Fireworks! There's plenty of it in "Jilla", and lots of commercial elements aimed at appealing to every fan of the superstars. But the film doesn't have an engaging screenplay to keep you hooked for three long hours and that's precisely why it's an exercise in futility.
The 10 steps approach followed by the makers of "Jilla" are as follows.
Step 1: Two superstars are cast. In order to give them equal.
In "Ghajini", Pradeep played a villain of the same name.
He will now be seen as a college principal in "Grand Masti". He sports a very classy European look with checked jackets and berets, and plays a stern character throughout the film, said a source.
"Mr. Rawat portrays the main negative character in the film. He was last seen in 'Ghajini' and the entire team felt that the kind of fear factor needed for this.
"1: Nenokkadine" will hit the screens Jan 10 next year, confirmed the production house 14 Reels Entertainment on its Twitter page.
Directed by Sukumar, it also features debutante Kriti Shanon, Kelly Dorjee, Sayaji Shinde, Vikram Singh, Srinivasa Reddy, Nassar and Pradeep Rawat.
The film is currently being shot in London.
"Ajith's 54th film, which is being directed by 'Siruthai' Siva, has been titled 'Veeram'. The film is expected to hit the screens during Pongal 2014," said a statement from the production house.
The first look of "Veeram", which also features Tamannah Bhatia, will be launched Aug 15. It also features Vidharth, Santhanam, Pradeep Rawat, Ramesh.
"What better occasion to join Twitter than the release of 'Baadshah'. Thank you all for the warm welcome," posted Sreenu on his Twitter page.
"Baadshah", directed by Sreenu Vaitla, features Junior Ntr, Kajal Agarwal, Navdeep, Mukesh Rushi, Pradeep Rawat, Ashish Vidyarthi, Brahmanandam, M.S. Narayana and Nassar.
Bandla Ganesh has produced the film, which has music by S.S. Thaman.
Sreenu Vaitla known for blockbuster Telugu hits such as "Dhee", "King" and "Dookudu".
He is one among the many Telugu directors on Twitter..
With precision and conviction, director Gnr Kumaravelan has poignantly narrated one of the best father-son relationships on screen. Out of a handful of films dealing about human disabilities, "Haridas" undoubtedly tops the list for not being preachy.
It addresses a rapidly growing domestic issue with subtlety and unparalleled sensitivity. One might not find this film entertaining but it's unlikely to find reasons to hate it either.
Sivadas, a fearless cop.
"Samuthirka, Kaambari and Shilpi Verma are the female leads of the film, which will be helmed by Saran. Vinay will essay dual roles for the first time in his career," said a statement from the production house.
Sreejith Ravi, K Gnanasambandham, Ramraj, Muthuraman, Sana, Rithika, Theni Murugan and Pradeep Rawat are also part of the film's cast.
The movie will be shot in places such as Thirunelveli, Mumbai and Hong Kong.
Vikram Raj has produced.
To anticipate an offbeat film from V.V. Vinayak and a performance sans commercial elements from Ram Charan is too much to ask. Director Vinayak sticks to what he's been relentlessly doing over the last decade - to make films solely for the purpose of entertainment without worrying about the grammar of filmmaking.
The film opens in what appears to be a.
Call it passe or simply lazy filmmaking at its best, but all that "Sevakudu" manages at the end of the film is present you with a rehash of several Telugu films released over the years. Despite Srikanth's dignified performance, the film fails to evoke interest due to its uninspiring story.
When a head constable fails miserably in his attempt to correct the corrupt police department, he swears to prepare his son to take up the challenge. He raises his son.
'Rajapattai', which means 'the path of the king', has turned out to be a poor show in terms of story, script and performances. Director Suseenthiran, known for presenting films with different themes, has failed to impress with his new offering.
The story, script, romance, item song, the characterisation - everything has been poorly conceived and executed. The stunts by Anal Arasu and the cinematography by.
Is time running out for the Telugu star Ravi Teja who, who struggled hard to make it big in the industry, obtained star status when he was almost middle-aged? The honeymoon continued for many years, but recently.
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