• Reviews
    'Jil' Review: Worth A 'Look'
    A hero with a hit film, a heroine who has gone in for a complete image makeover and an action entertainer -- well, what else would one want from a movie? So does UV Creations' latest film Jil have all this and more.
    'Jenda Pai Kapiraju' Review: Too Loud For Comfort
    Corruption and cleansing the system is not a new topic for Tollywood or any cinema for that matter. It is probably the most preferred topic apart from romance.
    'Yevade Subramanyam' Review: Yes, He Is Worth The Find
    Every generation has its very own film which tracks the story of self discovery of its hero. Yevade Subramanyam made by Swapna Dutt, daughter of Ashwini Dutt is one such attempt at giving a totally new visual narrative to the Telugu audiences.
    'Tungabhadra' Review: Serious, But Bland
    Small films are the order of the day and Vaarahi Chalana Chitra which has been producing a mix of big and small films, now presents a message-oriented film Tungabhadra which is totally apt for the present times.
    'NH10' Review: Dramatic Telling Of An Urban Fable
    When was the last time you were scared, really scared, while watching a film? Forget the creaky gates, flapping windows and banshee wails of the so-called horror movies which are manufactured with assembly-line monotony.
    'Surya Vs Surya' Review: Experiment Vs Disappointment
    Okay, you have a hit hero who had had two back to back hits, you have a story that is not run-of-the-mill and you have a cinematographer who is debuting as writer-director.
    'Ram Leela' Review: Test To Your Patience
    Sometimes you write reams about a film and at times you would want to simply say it one word. Now, that happens either when the film is extraordinary or on the other extreme, nothing short of torture.
    'Bham Bholenath' Review: Amateurish attempt
    Bham Bholenath… in my heart... all the lead characters sing this popular Bob Marley's line at one point in the film.
    'Bandipotu' Review: He Is Not Funny
    Allari Naresh returns after Brother of Bommali. Some time back, he and his brother Aryan Rajesh had announced that they would be producing films under their banner EVV Cinema.
    'Roy': An intriguing journey that leads nowhere
    Somewhere long before the debutant director Vikramjit Singh’s tormented characters find their nemesis, the beauteous Jacqueline Fernandez playing an avant-garde filmmaker tells Arjun Rampal(playing a hatted, smoke-shrouded bratty masala filmmaker) that when a story doesn't seem to be getting anywhere, it’s better to end it then and there.
    'Temper' Review: NTR Strikes Back
    A totally out of form NTR, Puri and Bandla Ganesh looking for a blockbuster come together for Temper. Already, shots of NTR sporting six-pack abs have become a huge rage among his fans and director Puri Jagannadh claims Temper will be NTR's career best film.
    'Malli Malli Idi Raani Roju' Review: 'Pure' Love Story
    Sharwanand kicked off his serious image and gave a hit in Run Raja Run. Malli Malli Idi Raani Roju is his first release after Run Raja Run. Naturally, audiences' expectations are bound to be high.
    'Gaddam Gang' Review: Soul-less Remake
    Yesteryear's angry cop of Tollywood, Rajasekhar returns after a long time with Gaddam Gang. Out of scene for a few years now, he has produced the remake of hit Tamil film Soodukavvum in Telugu as his comeback film.
    'Ladies and Gentlemen' Review: If Message Matters
    Mahesh Bhatt endorsed the film a couple of days back and predicted that it will be the predecessor for bold subjects in Tollywood. Well, that is bound to generate a lot of curiosity as the audiences go in expecting a lot of masala.
    'Beeruva' Review: Suffocating
    A title like Beeruva is bound to generate some expectations among movie-goers. But all if anyone ventures into theatres hoping to watch an interesting entertainer, then it is bound to dampen their spirits.