Puri Jagannadh wrote and directed the upcoming Indian sports action film Liger, which is co-produced by Karan Johar, Charmme Kaur, Apoorva Mehta, Hiroo Yash Johar, and Jagannadh under the banners of Dharma Productions and Puri Connects. The film, which was shot in both Telugu and Hindi, stars Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday, with Ramya Krishna playing a supporting role. With this film, Mike Tyson will make his acting debut in the Indian film industry.
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Pushpa Raj is a truck driver and a smuggler who trades red sanders smuggling in the Seshachalam Hills of the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. The first instalment of the film is set to be released on December 17, 2021, with the second instalment following in 2022 in Telugu, with dubbed versions in Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, and Kannada.
latest breaking news on Megastar Chiranjeevi’s much-anticipated social drama, Acharya. The producers of this high-budget entertainer have just announced that the film will be released in theatres worldwide on February 4, putting an end to the days-long speculation. To mark the occasion, a striking new poster has been unveiled.
The entire storey is based on conversations about the freedom struggle. This is a novel approach, and it is unlikely to appeal to all segments of the audience. Beyond a certain point, the conversations become monotonous. The dialogues in the second and third episodes were a little too long.
The plot revolves around the lives of four characters: Yash (Ajay Kumar Kathurvar), Pallavi (Shweta Parashar), Raag (Yash Puri), and Dilip (Prawin Yendamuri). Each of them has their own set of problems, and how they manage to stay afloat in difficult times, as well as if there is a link between their stories. That is the film’s central conflict
The music is merely adequate, but the BGM is outstanding. The editing is subpar, with many scenes in the first half that could have been cut. When it comes to the director, Jani, he has taken a standard revenge drama and tried to present it in a unique way. However, he does not maintain that consistency and the film suffers in many ways as a result. The production values are merely adequate. Overall, Maro Prasthanam is a typical revenge drama with a few standout scenes. Tanish performs well, but this does not help the film make an impact, and it ends up being a pretty dull watch this weekend.
The film is set in a remote forest where tribals live alone and have no knowledge of the outside world. They are ruled by a man named Dora (Vinay Varma), who manipulates the tribals for his own benefit. When a tribal child discovers a radio, everything changes. A schoolmaster (Samuthiraikani) enters the forest as a result of this. What changes did the tribals notice in their troubled lives after the schoolmaster’s arrival?
Revanth (Chay Akkineni) is a lower caste man whose sole goal is to open a Zumba academy in Hyderabad. Mounika (Sai Pallavi), on the other hand, is from an upper caste and is working hard to get a job in Hyderabad. She has no choice but to join Revanth’s dance class as a teacher. The couple falls in love after sparks fly. The rest of the storey is about how the couple overcomes many obstacles in their relationship and succeeds. The maturity of the love storey is one of the film’s strongest assets. This is not your typical boy-meets-girl romance, and it deals with some of life’s most difficult issues, such as caste, gender inequality, and rape
Overall, Republic is a timely social drama with a realistic setting. The sincere performance of Sai Tej and the good drama in the second half are key assets. If you ignore the slow first half and the lengthy runtime, this film deserves a chance because of the sincerity with which it was made.
The film’s production values are excellent, as the filmmakers did not skimp on the taking and visuals. The camera work is fantastic, as is the production design. The editing and dialogue were both good. In terms of the film’s director, Guru Pawan, he did an adequate job. Things would have been even more impressive if he had emphasised the emotional aspect more.
Overall, Idhe Maa Katha is a road trip film with an interesting backdrop. The characters and their performances are both excellent. However, the film’s lack of emotional depth dilutes the plot and makes it only an okay watch this weekend.
The film’s production values and camerawork are both satisfactory. Kanal Kannan’s action part is quite impressive, with well-composed fights. Mani Sharma’s music is good, and all of the songs look good on screen. In terms of the film’s director, B Gopal, he did an adequate job. In the second half, his narration lacks focus and bores the audience with routine narration. Overall, Aaradugula Bullet is a standard action drama that works well in the first half. The second half is a toss-up of forced emotions. The film has some decent action scenes, but they don’t help the film in the end, making it a dull watch this weekend.
Overall, Konda Polam is an impressive and emotional storey about the inspiring journey of a young village man (Vaishnav Tej). The main strengths of this rural adventurous drama are the actors’ performances and Krish’s trademark realistic and emotional narrative. On the other hand, repetitive scenes and unnecessary commercial elements (love songs) dilute the otherwise heartfelt storey of village life. This weekend, you should see Konda Polam for its touching storey, realistic backdrop, authentic performances and writing, and overall technical finesse.