• Reviews
    'Raja The Great' Review: Routine Raja
    Raja aka Raja The Great (Ravi Teja), who is blind, lives with his mother Ananthalakshmi (Radhika) who is a head constable. Her ambition is to make him a police officer. Her officer agrees to take this blind guy on a mission when she gives a bag of pootharekulu.
    'Raju Gari Gadhi 2' Review: Melodramatic Ghost
    With series of hits in recent times, Nagarjuna's movies are being looked forward to. He has been associated with diverse genre of movies made with quality production values and engaging narration. Hence, his doing a horror-comedy evoked interest among all.
    'Mahanubhavudu' Review: Clean and Tidy
    Director Maruthi has an image that he makes hilarious romantic comedies after the successes of "Prema Katha Chitram" and "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy".
    'SPYDer' Review: 'Spyce' Less
    Movie lovers were excited to the core when the news came out that Mahesh Babu and A R Murugadoss have teamed up for a film. The combination generated a huge craze and the trailers further hyped the movie.
    'Jai Lava Kusa' Review: NTR's Show
    Young Tiger NTR who is on a roll with back to back hits has played three roles for the first time. Ever since this project was announced, it has generated tremendous buzz among film lovers.
    'Kathalo Rajakumari' Review: Weak Narration
    Irrespective of box-office results, Nara Rohith has earned an image that he picks up right subjects for his films. Most of the movies he has done have different storyline. Hence, this long-delayed "Kathalo Rajakumari" created interest.
    'Ungarala Rambabu' Review: Tragedy for Audience
    Sunil hit rock-bottom as an actor with a series of flop films. To salvage his career, he has teamed up with Kranthi Madhav who is known for making different films.
    'Meda Meeda Abbayi' Review: Tepid Remake!
    Allari Naresh’s career has hit rock bottom of late as his movies have started flopping miserably. To save his career, he has acted in a movie called 'Meda Meeda Abbayi' which is based on a successful Malayalam movie.
    'Yuddham Sharanam' Review: Unexciting Fight
    After delivering two back-to-back hits with 'Premam' and 'Raarandoy Veduka Chuddham', Naga Chaitanya has teamed up with a new director Krishna Marimuthu, who is his childhood buddy.
    'Paisa Vasool' Review: Chaala Theda!
    Nandamuri Balakrishna, who scored the biggest hit with his 100th film "Gauthamiputra Satakarani" has teamed up with Puri Jagannadh, who comes from a totally different school of film-making.
    'Arjun Reddy' Review: Bold and Trippy
    One film that hit the headlines in the recent times is "Arjun Reddy" thanks to the controversy surrounding the film over posters that had the hero and heroine kissing.
    'Vivekam' Review: Lost In Action
    Ajith Kumar has huge mass fan following in Tamil Nadu and he had earlier teamed with director Siva for Veeram and Vedhalam. Both the films had been big hits in Tamil and when Vivegam was announced it created equally huge hype.
    'Anando Brahma' Review: Enjoyable Horror Comedy
    Tapsee who is making waves in Bollywood has returned to Tollywood to act in a horror comedy "Anando Brahma". She is known to pick the right subjects and the film has generated good hype. The trailer has also upped the expectations.
    'NRNM' Review: Rana's Show
    Post "Baahubali 2", Rana's popularity has gone to new heights. Naturally, "Nene Raju Nene Mantri" has generated strong buzz as it is coming immediately after "Baahubali 2". Moreover, the trailers are stunning. Despite the fact that Teja has lost form long back, the terrific trailer has created good buzz.
    'JJN' Review: Mass Nayaka
    Boyapati has joined the list of top directors in Tollywood after series of hits and his movies generally strike a chord with the mass audiences.
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