Balayya’s 99th Dictator Movie gets a release date on 14th jan 2016

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Balakrishna is spending his time equally in politics and cinema arena too. His new movie titled Dictator is getting ready for the release and Balayya kept himself busy in Europe for the songs shoot. Every one expected this movie would come for coming Sankranthi in 2016 and the same happened. Makers announced the release date as January 14th.




Directed by Sriwass and produced by Eros international this movie has Anjali, Sonal chauhan in the lead roles. A New peppy song is being picturized on Balakrishna today and few action sequences are said to be so interested in this movie. SS Thaman for music and Kona venkat – Gopi mohan are dealing with Screenplay, Dialouge way.



Dictator is an upcoming Telugu film, jointly produced by Eros International and Sriwass under Vedhaaswa Creations banner, directed by Sriwass. The film stars Nandamuri Balakrishna, Anjali and Sonal Chauhan in the lead roles. Music is composed by S. Thaman. It is the 99th movie in the career of Nandamuri Balakrishna. The film’s script was written by Sridhar Seepana, Gopimohan and Kona Venkat while the dialogues were written by M. Ratnam. The movie is planned to release on January 14, 2016 as Sankranthi Release. The movie is going to be released also in Tamil and Malayalam as dubbed version simultaneously

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I want to make good, fun films’: Actor Nagarjuna


Soggade Chinni Nayana is an upcoming Telugu fantasy film, produced by Nagarjuna Akkineni the film under his banner Annapurna Studios banner and directed by Kalyan Krishna. Nagarjuna played the film’s protagonist while Ramya Krishnan and Lavanya Tripathi played as the female leads. Production began on 19 November 2014. The film is scheduled to release on 15 January 2016.

In the last few days, Akkineni Nagarjuna has been shooting through the day for Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu. He doesn’t let the weariness show as he settles down to talk. “Now I need to promote Soggade Chinni Nayana,” he says with a beaming smile. Before he talks about the film, he shares that with each season of MEK, he’s become at ease connecting with the participants.


The warmth with which he lends an ear to the participants, he says, is not an act put on for the camera. “I really listen to them. Sometimes people just need to be heard. They find happiness in sharing their thoughts,” he observes.


One of the participants from the first season, Umakanth, made such a mark on Nagarjuna that the actor kept Umakanth in mind during the characterisation of one of his roles in Soggade…


In Soggade, directed by newcomer Kalyan Krishna, Nag plays dual roles – a flamboyant zamindar Bangarraju, who dies a day before his son is born, and the son Ramu. “Ramu’s part is styled like Umakanth,” informs Nag. “Umakanth is a brilliant guy, who is focussed on acquiring knowledge. His wife told me that since the time he comes home, around 6 p.m., he spends time reading until 11 p.m. The clothes Ramu wears and the way he talks are all like Umakanth.”


Nag calls Soggade… a Sankranti film. “It’s a pandaga (festival) film, a harvest film, meant to be watched by families. It’s been a while since we saw a film set in a village. Our stories have become more urban centric. When you have a story in a village, the clothes, language, emotions everything changes.”


Bangarraju appears as a soul to set things right in the family. “He is full of fun, a flirt, in contrast to his son who is shy and focused on his research. The son is the kind of guy who will remember someone’s birthday as the day after World Cancer Day,” he explains.


The part of the soul is a tricky element that needed to be dealt carefully in the screenplay. Nag credits Kalyan Krishna for good writing. “The idea of the story is from Ram Mohan (producer, Uyyala Jampala). I had heard about this boy Kalyan Krishna. We gave him the synopsis. In a month, he came back with the script. We kept improving it and then asked him to direct it. A bit of hand holding and an excellent team in place, Kalyan stepped in as director,” he says.

Nag feels it’s easier to pull off such a story if a film is engaging and doesn’t let the audience think much. “It’s like Manam. You don’t think of how the reincarnated characters have the same appearance or traits because you are absorbed with the storytelling. Soggade… is a fun film. Since there is a supernatural element, there’s also a snake which guards the family.”





Soggade… brings back Nag with Ramya Krishna. “We were like best friends getting together after a long time. It was fantastic. Ramya has a strong role and she so deserves it. Satyabhama (Ramya) and Bangarraju are a hot, romantic couple in contrast to the innocent, cute younger couple,” he says.


The son, Ramu, is paired with Lavanya Tripathi. “We kept thinking who would be apt for the role. I liked Lavanya’s work in Andala Rakshasi. She is pretty, has a lot of character in her face and is a good actress. However, we did a screen test to see how we would look on screen. We didn’t want to look like an odd couple.”


Post Soggade…, there’s Oopiri with Karthi, a remake of The Intouchables, where Nag plays a quadriplegic. The film has been Indianised but retains the basic story and characterisation, says Nag.

The role was challenging, he confesses, having to emote with his face and rest of his body immobile. “It was tough at times, I felt handicapped. I told Vamsi (the director) to ask for as many retakes if he wasn’t happy.”


Nag hopes the film will be accepted, giving him scope to push the envelope further. “I want to make good, fun films, not necessarily experimental ones. Critics who complain that we don’t do anything new will hopefully be happy with Oopiri,” he laughs.


As the release date for Soggade… draws closer, Nag is aware of the intense competition with other big films vying at the box office. “I am confident about Soggade… but will have to share the success with others. I announced the date two and a half months ago and blocked the theatres. There’s nothing I can do now and as I said earlier, this is a Sankranti film,” he signs off.



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Anushka History Of Tollywood


Anushka Shetty (Sweety Shetty) is the gorgeous South Indian film actress. She made her acting debut with the Telugu film Super in 2005. She gained popularity with the blockbuster hit movie Vikramarkudu. She made her debut in Kollywood with a notable film Rendu. She has won her first Filmfare Award, Nandi Award and CineMAA Award for the titular character Arundhati. Anushka was recently seen in Size Zero and will soon be seen in Baahubali-The Conclusion.





Anushka made her acting debut in Puri Jagannath’s 2005 Telugu film Super, where she featured alongside Akkineni Nagarjuna and Ayesha Takia. The film received mixed reviews, but IndiaGlitz said “The two girls, Ayesha and Anushka, are cool and chic. Their angles and curves provide all the glamour and keep you engrossed. What about their acting? Well, they are in this film for it and Sify stated, “The sexy girls Ayesha and Anushka show off their bodies.”

The same year, she acted in another film Maha Nandi, opposite Srihari and Sumanth which also received mixed reviews. IndiaGlitz said, “Anushka looks comely —and that is what she seems to be in for.” but added, “The script has been stitched and the seams look frayed,Sify stated that it “starts promisingly with a racy first half but goes awry and the tempo slackens post interval.” and added, “Anushka looks ravishing thanks to Vasu’s camera which is a major plus for the film.


Anushka next release was Selvaraghavan’s fantasy adventure film Irandam Ulagam opposite Arya,[45] that saw her playing a dual role again, the third time in her career. Anushka played Ramya, a doctor and Varna, a high spirited, warrior-like character, in a parallel world. Rediff wrote, “Anushka not only shares equal screen space with Arya, but also plays quite a significant role. In fact, the story revolves around her and she has performed admirably”.


Behindwoods wrote, “As the shy doctor Ramya and as the fierce warrior Varna, Anushka is simply at her best showcasing a wide range of emotions and stunts. It is her performance that stands as a pivot for the rest of the story to take shape”.[47] Her latest release is the Tamil film Lingaa opposite Rajinikanth, released in December 2014.She starred opposite Rajnikanth in Lingaa which opened to mixed reviews.


In 2015, She starred opposite Ajith Kumar in Yennai Arindhaal which opened to positive reviews. Her second release in 2015, is the first part of Baahubali directed by S. S. Rajamouli which became one of the top grossing films in the Indian film industry.The Hindu noted that, Anushka Shetty is gutsy to take on such a role and emotes through her powerful eyes. Her third release in 2015 was Gunashekar’s bilingual Rudhramadevi in which she portrays the titular role of Kakatiya dynasty queen Rudrama Devi opposite Rana Daggubati and Allu Arjun.


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Brahmanandam Biography In His Life

Brahmanandam Kanneganti (born 1 February 1956), is an Indian film actor and comedian known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema. He currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most screen credits for a living actor.

He was honoured with the Padma Shri, for his contribution to Indian cinema in 2009.[2] Brahmanandam is regarded as one of the finest comic actors of India, noted particularly for his comic expressions




Brahmanandam Kanneganti, is an Indian film actor and comedian known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema. He currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most screen credits for a living actor.


Considered as the greatest comedian Telugu film industry ever produced Brahamanandam is a native of Muppala village near Sattenapalli, Brahmanandam completed his M.A (Telugu) and worked as a Lecturer in Telugu before Jandhyala introduced him to the silver screen with a role in the movie ‘Chantabbayi.’


Much before that, he won the Best Supporting Actor in an Inter Collegiate Competitions in Narasaraopet in 1968 and won the fancy dress competition award for portraying the character of ‘Modabbayi.’ After a brief hiatus, he was given a role by D. Ramanaidu in ‘Ahana Pellanta’ and Brahamanandam never looked back.



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Jr NTR’s ‘Nannaku Prematho’ is a big ticket film on this Sankranthi!


The movie is all set to release on January 13 and the buzz could not get any bigger than this. Nannuko Prematho just got censored and received a U/A certificate.


The movie’s trailer has hit nearly three million views and there are high expectations among the audience.


Watch Nannaku Preamtho Trailer Here


The Telugu film stars Jr NTR and Rakul Preet Singh and is directed by Sukumar. Jagapati Babu is playing the baddie in the film while Rajendra Prasad plays Jr NTR’s father.


The movie is touted as an action drama and talks about the relationship between father and son apparently. Jr NTR’s look in the film has been the talk of the town for the last few months.


The music for this movie is by Devi Sri Prasad who is one of the top music directors in Tollywood. In fact, DSP is working with Jr NTR for the fifth time.


The movie is expected to release in Malayalam and Tamil as well and have subtitles in the Telugu version.


Interestingly, Rakul Preet Singh has dubbed for herself in Telugu for the first time with this film. She told fans to excuse her in case she has made any mistakes in the dubbing.


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