Jan 30, 2014

Keeravani to take retirement

Legendary Music director Keeravani (marakatha mani in Tamil) (MM Kreem in Hindi) is all set to take rest from December 8th, 2016. He is retiring from work on that day. Keeravani worked  for Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi cinema and won several accolades like National Film Award for Best Music Direction, eight Andhra Pradesh state Nandi Awards, four Filmfare Awards South and a Tamil Nadu State Film Award. He worked with stalwarts like K. Vishwanath, K. Balachander and Bharathan very early in his career.
Here is his retiring announcement message on Facebook -

“I recorded my 1st song on 9th December 1989 at Prasad Studios Chennai. The very day i fixed my retirement day to be 8th December 2016 which i am planning to celebrate the day with my close associates and musicians.. most likely at Prasad Studio, Hyderabad. So it is hardly 3 more years to go.

Meanwhile i am happy to start this new journey on FB from tomorrow, details will be updated in the evening. I thank all of my fans who spared their time to express their likes, dislikes, advices and wishes to me all these years !!”

 Watch a Very Beautiful Devotional song from Annamacharya Movie - Music Composed by Keeravani..

Podagantimayyamimmu purushotamma...annamayya song

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Jan 29, 2014

Akkineni Nageswara Rao - Most Memorable Youtube Videos

A collection of Akkineni Nageswara Rao memorable movies, video songs, audio songs on  Youtube videos.
Please share  with your near and dear who loves ANR Very Much.

Aatma Balam
Aatma Gowravam
Alladdin Adbutha Deepam
Amarasilpi Jakkanna                  
Andala Ramudu


Bangaru Babu

Bhaktha Tukaram
Bhale Rangadu
Bharya Bharthalu
Butchi Babu
Chenchu Lakshmi
Chilipi Krishnudu
Collector Gari Abbai
Donga Ramudu
Iddaru Ammayilu
Kanna Koduku
Kula Gothralu
Laila Majnu
Maa Babu
Mangalya Balam
Manushulu Mamatalu
Maro Prapancham
Mooga Manasulu
Nammina Bantu
Nava Ratri
Nayakudu Vinayakudu
Palleturi Bava
Pelli Kanuka (1998)
Poola Rangadu
Praana Daata
Raaga Deepam
Sati Savitri
Shanti Nivasam
Sreeranga Neetulu
Sri Krishna Maya
Srivari Mutchatlu
Suvarna Sundari
Thodi Kodallu (1957)
Vichitra Bandam
Vichitra Jeevitham

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Akkineni Nageswara Rao Diamond of Indian Cinema

Hyderabad, Banjarahills, From a poor farmer’s son to one of the most loved and respected actors of Indian cinema, Akkineni Nageswara Rao’s journey, which lasted over seven decades, could very well make an interesting story of a film.

Nageswara Rao, who as a youngster walked bare foot in Gudivada in Krishna district of coastal Andhra, rose to the dizzy heights of stardom and became a symbol of the Telugu film industry, or Tollywood as it is popularly called sometimes.

ANR, as fans fondly called him, died of cancer at a private hospital here in the early hours of Wednesday, plunging the industry into gloom. He was 89 and is survived by three daughters and two sons, including popular actor Nagarjuna.

ANR was the last of the most popular first generation actors of Telugu cinema and was considered one of the two all-time greats of Telugu cinema, the other being N.T. Rama Rao (NTR) who died in 1996.

Rao started his career as an actor in theatre when he was just nine. In the initial years of his career, he even played female characters.

His passion for cinema was spotted by his mother at a very young age.

“I dropped out of school because my family couldn’t afford it. I used to help my mother at her work, but at leisure, I used to stand in front of the mirror and act,” Rao told IANS in his interview last year.

“My mother noticed my interest in acting and asked my brother to introduce me to the local theatre group. I can’t even think of what I would have been if not an actor,” he had said.

Rao’s was truly a rags-to-riches story. He made his cinematic debut in 1941 Telugu film “Dharmapatni” with a brief role, and in 1944 he was picked up from the platform of Bezawada (now Vijayawada) railway station and signed on to play the lead role in Telugu drama “Sitarama Jananam”.

Rao never hesitated to play a variety of roles, such as a villager, an urban educated protagonist, a tragic hero and even a comedian, to sustain his popularity over the years. He believed in longevity and, therefore, constantly chose to play different roles as he never wanted the audience to get bored of seeing him on screen.

While Rao will be remembered for many wonderful films such as “Devadasu”, “Mayabazar”, “Dr. Chakravarthy” and “Muga Manasulu”, “Sudigundaalu”, “Antastulu” and “Meghasandesam”, Rao’s best work was in “Batasari” and “Devadasu”.

“I still consider ‘Batasari’ as one of my finest performances in my career. There was only one page of dialogue in the whole picture and the role demanded maximum use of expressions,” he had told IANS in the interview.

Despite strong criticism, Rao acted in “Devadasu”, only to be catapulted to the status of Telugu cinema’s first romantic hero. The strong criticism made him all the more eager to prove himself with the film.

In 1966 Telugu drama “Navaratri”, Rao essayed nine different roles and earned critical acclaim for his performance. The film was later remade in Hindi as “Naya Din Nayi Raat” with Sanjeev Kumar.

Mostly remembered for his romantic roles in “Laila Majnu”, “Anarkali” and “Prem Nagar”, Rao also starred and proved his mettle in several mythological characters in “Mayabazar”, “Mahakavi Kalidasu” and “Bhakta Tukaram”, “Sri Ramadasu” and “Sri Rama Rajyam”.

In his 74-year long illustrious career, he starred in about 235 Telugu films, besides 20 Tamil and one Hindi. Some of his best Tamil films include “Anbumagan”, “Kanal Neer” and “Pen Manam”.

Although he was enjoying a successful career in Tamil industry too, Rao shifted base to Hyderabad to ensure longevity in Telugu filmdom. Also he wanted his children to learn and speak their mother-tongue.

A true disciplinarian in both reel and real life, Rao succeeded because of passion and devotion. He believed as an actor one shoulders lot of responsibility, and, therefore, he or she should always be careful about his or her actions both in films and in public life.

He was instrumental in setting up one of the biggest studios in India. Named after his late wife, Annapurna Studios will remain the thespian’s biggest gift to the Indian cinema.

The veteran, who studied only up to fifth standard, also set up a film school as he believed in the philosophy of giving back to the society.

Rao bagged three Filmfare awards for the best actor for his role in “Marapurani Manishi” (1973), “Seetharamaiah Gari Manavaralu” (1991) and “Bangaru Kutumbam” (1994). He also won two Nandi awards for best actor for “Meghasandesam” (1982) and “Bangaru Kutumbam” (1994).

He was recipient of many awards, including the Padma Vibushan, the second highest civilian award of the country, and the Dada Saheb Phalke Award, the highest individual lifetime achievement award for films.

Rao’s last film was Telugu family drama “Manam” with son Nagarjuna and grandson Naga Chaitanya. The film is slated for release this year.

Rao called a press conference in October last year to announce that he was diagnosed with cancer. He refused to take questions, saying he doesn’t want any sympathy. Claiming that he has strong will, he said wanted to live up to 100 years with the good wishes of his fans. The destiny willed otherwise.


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Anushka Shetty Expresses Power Star Pawan Kalyan Desire

Sweety star Anushka Shetty has openly expressed her desire to work with Power star Pawan Kalyan. She recently attended an event at Kakinada where she made this proposal. Though it has been close to a decade since this Bangalore beauty made her entry into Tollywood, nevertheless she says she is ready if she is invited for Gabbar Singh 2. Well it may be time for filmmakers to consider this offer because the hunt for a heroine for Power Star Pawan Kalyan is proving to be tough! Anushka Shetty Expresses Power Star Pawan Kalyan Desire

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Jan 28, 2014

Anushka in Rudramadevi -Fight Scenes Started

Gunashekar’s Rudrama Devi shooting is progressing briskly and sources say that very soon the film’s key scenes involving war sequences to capture Orugallu fort will be canned. This will be shot at a huge set erected at Ramanaidu studios which will be shot for weeks together and it is being said that Anushka is undergoing heavy practice with swords to get ready for the fight sequences!

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Jan 18, 2014

Mahesh 1 Nenokkadine Top Collections

Super Star Mahesh Babu's 1 Nenokkadine movie released yesterday and running with the mixed responces among the audience. On the other side movie started its business with the kick start , Movei released in around 1350 screens worldwide.
Its India screen count stands at 1140+ Screens. This is the highest ever release in India till now. Only in Hyderabad movie released in 111 Theaters and created history
Budget of this film was ₹70 and before its release movie collected more than that in the form of Satellite rights, Music Rights and distribution rights.
1 Nenokkadine 1st Day Collections is 8.95 Crores.

1 Nenokkadine 2nd Day Collections is 3.18 Crores.

1 Nenokkadine 3rd Day Collections is 2.11 Crores.

1 Nenokkadine 4th Day Collections is 2.85 Crores

1 Nenokkadine 5th Day Collections is 2.25 Crores

1 Nenokkadine 6th Day Collections is 2.12 Crores

1 Nenokkadine 7th Day Collections is 2.02 Crores

1 Nenokkadine Total Collections is 23.48 Crores

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Power Star Pawan Kalyan made some very interesting comments at ‘Rey’s audio launch on Friday.
Pawan has always been highly regarded by fans for having a humble outlook towards life. And on Friday that attitude was on full display.

“I do not like the use of the word ‘family’ while speaking about films and the Industry. The Industry does not belong to any one particular family, including our family. New heroes and new trends must come into the Industry. I always welcome that. I have attended audio functions of some other heroes, who are close to my heart, like Nithiin. In the same spirit, I welcome Sai Dharam Tej”, he said.
Pawan Kalyan’s speech was received with loud cheers and whistles by his fans.

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Jan 4, 2014

Attarintiki Daredi 100 Days -Record

Power Star Pawan Kalyan's Attarintiki Daredi, which faced many challenges before its release has completed 100-day run in record number of 32 screens. After the film was leaked online, producer BVSN Prasad got the film released quickly in record number of screens in Andhra Pradesh, neighboring states and overseas . The Pawan Kalyan and Samantha starred received overwhelming response at the Box Office and has earned the distinction of being the highest grosser in Telugu cinema!

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