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...
Compared to various inconsequential films of today Vivek Raj’s film ‘Preethiya Hangama’ is fair. The screenplay tautness should have been there and no point in explaining what the characters are up to. At least some clue Vivek Raj should have kept in suspense. Secondly this climax has been often repeated on silver screen, also should have come to his notice. Managing various …read more...
The care of brother towards sister in ‘Shourya’ (remake of Shouryam Telugu released on September 25, 2008 starring Gopichand) releasing at the beginning of festival time in ‘Shravana Masa’ is rightly timed. A few days back the brother and sister festival ‘Nagara Panchami’ was celebrated in a traditional way. This one is of course stitched by the original writer to the star …read more...
The reputed banner of Kannada cinema, Ramu Enterprises once again bank on the action feast to the audience with no concrete story to boast. The screenplay is routine and mainstay of the film is Chiranjeevi Sarja’s action and dance and Ragini’s mesmerizing looks. Nothing impressive in the story line the screenplay work is a small solace to this film. Chakri and Mujeer in the …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...
When a debut craftsman arrives on the screen he is curiously watched and scrutinized in anticipation. This does happen after a few reels in some cases. Jayavanth in his debut creates interest and hold the attention for his unconventional style. Making a good script and screenplay is the first step to the success he knows. He has a tight screenplay that puts him in safe zone. …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