It starts with a rousing monologue. The revolutionary soliloquy leaves no space for ambiguity as far as the ideology of the filmmaker is concerned. But yet, it contains enough to indicate that he is also capable of unbiased introspection.
The First Edition of Navi Mumbai International Film Festival (NMIFF) will be held from 31st January to 2ndFebruary 2014 at the DY Patil Auditorium in Nerul. Founded with the idea to showcase the talent & creativity of filmmakers, NMIFF (Navi Mumbai International Film Festival) will give a global exposure to these budding film makers.Continue reading “Navi Mumbai International Film Festival from 31st Jan to 2nd Feb: Registrations Now Open,Grand Inauguration & Opening Ceremony on 31st Jan”
The advent of cable-TV happened in India in the early 1990’s when foreign channels were beaming in the houses of the privileged upper-middle-class. A decade later came the age of the reality shows with Channel V running a contest to form a girl-band on the lines of Spice Girls; and in 2002 Viva happened.
But much before cable-tv was introduced and much before reality shows made an appearance, came the movie Hero Hiralal. It was the vision of Ketan Mehta that he weaved such a tale which seemed pedestrian to begin with, but ended in a crescendo. It was a reality show of high-voltage drama and very much ahead of its times, when nobody had come-up with such a concept.Continue reading “Hero Hiralal Movie Review: Phata poster, nikla Hero!”
Srikanth Addala who shot to fame with his first Telugu film as writer-director Kotha Bangaru Lokam ( 2008 ) is finally back with his 2nd film, Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu ( SVSC from here on ). Once again the producer is Dil Raju who has known Srikanth Addala right from his A.D days on films like Arya and Bommarilu. Continue reading “Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu: Sneak Peek”