• Reviews
    'Patas' Review: All Set For A Blast
    Cop stories are the flavor of the season once again and just every movie released in recent times has had a policeman playing the hero. This time, Nandamuri Kalyan Ram plays an IPS officer in Pataas, which is an out and out commercial entertainer.
    'I' Review: Shankar's Magic Missing
    Vikram's three looks, Shankar and a Sankranthi release made 'I' a highly anticipated release of 2015. In Telugu, the film competes with the recently released multi-starrer Gopala Gopala.
    'Gopala Gopala' Review: Act Of Pawan
    Gopala Gopala is an official remake of Akshay and Paresh Rawal satirical hit film Oh My God!. In Telugu, it is a multi-starrer with Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan.
    'Tevar' Review: Masala At Its Best
    Funny, how more things change, the more they remain the same. "Tevar", which is one of the most engaging Bollywood masala dossiers in recent months, takes us through the crowded 'gallis', 'mohallas' and 'akhadas' of Agra and Mathura in search of that elusive thing called love.
    'Chinnadana Nee Kosam' Review: Bumpy Trip
    Nithin has been two times lucky with Ishq and Gunde Jaari Gallatayyinde. He missed the hat-trick by a whisker with Heart Attack.
    'Mukunda' Review: Different Attempt
    There are love stories and there are commercial entertainers. Mukunda is an effort at making a commercial entertainer that is a different love story. And more importantly, it marks the debut of Varun Teja, nephew of megastar Chiranjeevi and son of Naga Babu.
    'PK' Review: Go For It
    First it was the title that intrigued many. Then came the poster that went from being sensational to controversial to thoroughly entertaining with a lot of spoofs made after the nude Aamir Khan hiding his modesty with an old tape recorder.
    'Chandrakala' Review: No Horror, No Comedy
    A movie is promoted as the dubbed version of a huge Tamil hit Aranmanai and it has one of south India's leading actresses Hansika in the lead. Also, it is said to belong to the horror comedy genre.
    'Lingaa' Review: Double Disappointment
    Rajinikanth is back. Well, after he gave the biggest flop in his career with Kochadaiiyaan, Rajini tries to make amends with his latest film by playing to the galleries in his characteristic style.
    'Lakshmi Raave Maa Intiki' Review: Stale Story
    Many writers are turning into directors and testing their luck at the box office. Nandyala Ravi who had written dialogues for some films has turned a director with Lakshmi Raave Maa Intiki.
    'Action Jackson' Review: If MJ was alive, he would sue
    The very talented Kunal Roy Kapoor, here reduced playing the hero's cretinous sidekick whose sides get kicked in every frame, and Sonakshi Sinha who spends a good part of the first-half ogling at her leading man's power-point
    'Rough' Review: Effort Gone Waste
    Aadi's career took off smoothly with Prema Kavali and Lovely. But after that he had three releases Sukumarudu, Pyar Mein Padipoyane and Gaalipatam. Incidentally, all three were box-office duds.
    'Yamaleela 2' Review: Hardly Any Laughs
    As the credits end, SV Krishna Reddy gives a voice over as to what inspired him to make this film. Yamaleela showed Chitragupta losing the Bhavishyavani and how he and Yama go to 'bhoolokam' to get the book back.
    'Ice Cream 2' Review: Perfect Sequel
    After the first version of Ice Cream was widely panned by critics, Ram Gopal Varma vowed to make Ice Cream 2, 3, 4, 5Ö and many more sequels to the film. So, he has kept his promise and here comes the sequel to Ice Cream.
    'Rowdy Fellow' Review: Too Slow
    Nara Rohitís name might not be among the top-ranking actors in Tollywood, but Rowdy Fellow did generate enough curiosity among the audiences thanks to its trailer.