With a lovely title, the debut director Shekar C Sharavanan has caught hold of an interesting script and knows how to keep the audience guessing. But the length of the film is the big bottleneck of this film. There are many scenes that do not support and comedy especially of Bullet Prakash does not come inside the script. The director seems to be confused with regard to the …read more...
Sanchari’, meaning a traveler from ‘Payana’ (also means travel) fame musical film director Kiran Govi, is once again a musical film. The bottleneck of this film is the dialogue delivery of the protagonist Raj. In looks, the newcomer is OK for this role that demands such ruggedness but throughout the film the hero’s Kannada diction is the great problem for the good story and …read more...
The over confident director Shashank has done everything in excess. There is no fine editor in him. He prolongs the film in the second half and takes time to come to the point is the only irking thing about this film. Other wise the elements are good. The redeeming features are some lovely performances, a few good tunes and excellent cinematography. The confused state of …read more...
Cyanide’ fame director AMR Ramesh has learnt lesson from his earlier film ‘Minchina Ota’ failure. In this ‘Police Quarters’ he keeps the grips, goes with many values to obtain the audience attention in the theatre. The three periods – 1968, 1992 and 1999 he is caught up with the actual locations picked for shooting and a neat selection of cast, music and cinematography further …read more...
With a worn out subject, director H Vasu losing the nativity elements too, brought in ‘Polladhavan’ remake that is ‘Punda’. The dark night effect that is maintained purposefully throughout the film is what is notable in the film. The trivial issues blown out of proportion are showing us where we stand in cinema making. The protagonist has only two points to fulfill in his …read more...
The long awaited film ‘Nannavanu’ in the direction of Srinivasaraju is passable because of the splendid second half that is gripping and bracing. The emergence of female protagonist in the first half gives a new dimension. The two songs in the pre interval are convincing from the maestro Ilayaraja but major share of prominence to this ‘Nannavanu’ is attached to the second …read more...
The year 2009 is very well known for remake movies. At least 50% of the movies are remakes out of 100 plus movies produced in this year. Now, Gaja fame director K Madesh has concluded the year with another remake movie. His latest release Raam is a remake of hit Telugu movie Ready. The movie has made with a tagline ‘Ready For Anything’. National award winning actress Priyamani …read more...
Manju Swaraj in his debut direction has shown that he has come here to stay as a good craftsman. The package he has given with initial discussion on ‘Ghost and God’ predominance in the society that later switch over to a gripping tale is intelligently handled. The scaring elements as claimed by the director are not so punching. Yet interesting part of ‘Shishira’ is the special …read more...
- Radhika Pandit
- Ramesh Bhat
- Sadhu Kokila
- andhra pradesh
- confident director
- fine editor
- hoge krishna
- however shashank
- krishna alias hoge
- minchina ota
- rangayana raghu
- shekar chandru