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Monday, July 16, 2007

Jayammu Nischayammu Raa (1990),Jayammu Nischayammu Raa Rajendra prasad Movie

Jayammu Nischayammu Raa Rajendra Prasad Movie
Jayammu Nischayammu Raa PART 1

Jayammu Nischayammu Raa PART 2

Jayammu Nischayammu Raa PART 3

Starring: Rajendra Prasad, Sumalatha, Chandra Mohan, Suthi Velu, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Avanti, Brahmanandam, Srilakshmi, Radhabai, Satyanarayana Kaikala, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Ashok Rao


Kodama Simham(1990),Kodama Simham Chiranjeevi

Kodama Simham(1990)-1

Kodama Simham(1990)-2

Starring: Chiranjeevi, onam, Raadha Vani Viswanath, MohanBabu, Ranganath, Satya Narayana, Jayabthi Pran


Jamba Lakidi Pamba (1993), Naresh Movie Jambalakidi Pamba

Jamba Lakidi Pamba PART 1

Jamba Lakidi Pamba PART 2

Starring: Naresh, Aamani, Brahmanandam, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Mallikarjuna Rao, Babu Mohan, Srilakshmi, Annapurna, Jayalalitha, Maharshi Raghava, Ironleg Sastri, Viswanatham


Madhavan in Telugu film 'Adi Oka Idhile' Gallery

Adi Oka Idhile Gallery

Madhavan’s first straight Telugu film “Adi Oka Idhile” is all set to release in September. Directed by Kona Venkat, this film is produced by Ram Gopal Varma. It is a romantic thriller in which a ghost falls in love with the hero. There are shades of horror too.

The film Adi Oka Idhile stars Sada and Madhavan in the leads.


Vishal’s Next Titled Bhayya

Vishal, a successful hero in Tamil and Telugu films, who is currently shooting for a new Tamil film, Malaikottai, has injured himself on the sets of the same movie.

The mishap occurred when he was shooting for an action sequence, wherein he was required to save the heroine (Priyamani) by going between two moving autos. According to reports, the actor’s injury required 15 stitches on the inside of his right hand.

The Telugu version of the film, directed by Bhoopathi Pandian (of ‘Thiruvilaiyadal Arambam’ fame in Tamil), has been titled Bhayya. It has music by Mani Sharma and action by Kanal Kannan.



Mysore (ACP&MRS) - Style King Rajnikant’s super hit Sivaji which evoked tremendous response when it was released worldwide on June 15, has failed to elicit similar response in city, where the film is being released in three theatres tomorrow.

Managements of Rajkamal, Sangam and Sterling theatres had made elaborate bandobust expecting huge crowds. They were expecting to see Rajini fans sleeping on the pavements last night itself so they could procure the tickets first thing in the morning, but there was no such fan frenzy.

To the disappointment of the theatre owners, there were no crowds to pick up tickets. In fact when the sale of tickets began this morning there was hardly a line, let alone a crazy crowd, stampede, Abhisheka to the cutouts of the star and breaking of coconuts outside the theatres.

Rajkamal theater

The only theatre where somewhat of a crowd had gathered was Rajkamal, where a couple of people were standing at the ticklet counter since 6 am this morning. They too seemed disappointed that they unnecessarily came so early thinking there would be a rush.

One person who came early said, “if I had known that there was no rush for tickets, I would have enjoyed anohter two hours of sleep”.

Ticket sales began at 7 am and was relatively peaceful. Tickets for all the four shows in Rajkamal were sold out, but not in a rush. The theatre has 224 seats in balcony, 602 in I class and 80 in middle class.

Sangam theatre

At Sangam theatre, the tickets for 261 balcony seats were sold out for all the four shows. Tickets for only morning and matinee shows were sold out for the 598 seats in first class. Tickets for only morning show were sold for the middle class. There were no takers for the remaining three shows when the counters were closed.

Sterling theatre

The sale which began at 7 am was still on even at 12.30 pm as there was no demand. The managements of these theatres have decided to stop advance booking due to poor response.


“Lakshyam” poses a challenge to “Sivaji”

Rajnikant’s “Sivaji: The Boss” continues to enjoy its initial lead, made possible by its release in over 300 theatres across Andhra Pradesh, but the blockbuster faces a real challenge from “Lakshyam”.

The top five Telugu films are:

1. “Sivaji”: Rajni’s charisma extends director Shankar’s honeymoon with the audiences. It appears only a matter of time, however, before “Lakshyam” replaces it in the top slot.

2. “Lakshyam”: Only a mass entertainer like this one could have proved a match for ‘Sivaji’. Dashing Gopichand enthralls the viewers as the angry young man on a mission of vengeance, with Jagapati Babu providing just the professional touch the theme demanded. Anuahka adds all the glamour to the flick.

3. “Dubai Seenu”: The Ravi Teja-Srinu Vytla comedy now face stiff competition from “Lakshyam”. But “Dubai Seenu” has what it takes to give “Lakshyam” a run for its money in the days to come.

4. “Aaduvari Maatalaku Arthale Verula”: Competition has made the Venkatesh-Trisha comedy lie low in the list. The film, however, still draws crowds in theatres throughout the state.

5. “Satyabhama”: The Sivaji-Bhumika story, with a sand sculptor as its hero, seems to be made for the urban audience. It won’t be a surprise if the film picks up in the days ahead. Source:mangalorean