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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Prabhas Mirchi Movie Review || Mirchi Movie Preview || Mirchi movie rating || Mirchi movie original talk !!!!!!!!!!!

Movie Story :

Mirchi movie is a complete revenge drama. Prabhas will be seen as a Cool guy lives with his Mother away from his village, His father will be a great person in that village, Hie bonding towards his father makes him to go there and solves some mysterious problems of his family and village. 

Positive Points:

♥Prabhas acting reached Peaks in this movie, He made his maximum effort for this movie.

♥Even This is a First Movie for the director koratala Shiva, He made the movie with a high technical values and his directional skills will looks like a Highly experieved director

♥Pandagala Song From Flash Back Episode

♥Anushka Once again proved that she is the correct Match for Prabhas

♥DSP Music is the One of the Highlight, Songs Picturizaion is out Standing and Also BGM came out well

♥Raasi's Dubbing for Nadiya(Prabhas Mother) came out intresting

♥Fights and Expressions of Prabhas in Secod Half are Terrific

♥Second Half flash bak sequences and Editing is good

Negative points:

#Lack of Comedy in the movie when compared to Prabha's pevious movies

#Dialogues and No Soo Good in the movie.

#Richa is Wasted in the movie

Rating : (3.71 out of 5)

Mirchi movie Review || Praas Mirchi movie public talk || Mirchi movie movie rating !!!!!!!!!!!!!

1:30 Am: Midnight show... Thousands of people in front of theater, flashing their benefit show tickets with pride... Greeting others with happy 'Mirchi' shouts... Police men all around the theater controlling young rebel star fans... This is the status at benefit show theater in Hyderabad, guess what would be in Godavari districts crowds. 
01:20 Am: Bit of tension at theater due to over enthusiasm of fans, show is delayed for couple minutes.
01:30 Am: Finally got in theater... Movie is yet to start... Huge slogans in theater STAR STAR REBEL STAR  
01:40 Am: Title started with normal track... but the young rebel star simple yet cute entry with musician attire is nice...  
01:44 Am: Richa's [Manasa] entry and first fight with wonderful dialogues and fight compose were given required elements for the Rebel Star entry as [Jai]  

Friday, September 28, 2012

Rebel Movie Review !!!!!

Rishi (Prabhas) who is on a mission is in search of Robert in Hyderabad. Narasaraju (Brahmanandam) joins him and in the occurring situations, Rishi realizes that he gets to know about Robert through Nandini (Tamanna), a hip hop dance teacher in Bangkok and heads to the place. He tries to woo Nandini on a mission and very soon the latter falls in love with Rishi. However, Nandini realizes that Rishi is on a mission which leads to the flashback of his tragic past. What is his past? What makes him turn gangster? will be answered in the next part of the story.
Prabhas looked macho, ultra stylish and his costumes complimented him even more. He has done full justice to the role showing different variations in his character. The Young Rebel Star rocked the screens as a violent gangster and his height turned major asset for him in the action sequences.
Tamanna has set the screens on fire with her glamour quotient as a hip-hop dance teacher. The Milky White Beauty is proving time and again that she is the best dancer among the current heroines. Her dance moves in Google Search song are visual treat.
Deeksha Seth was given brief role in the film and she is convincing in her limited role.
Krishnam Raju played crucial role as Prabhas father Don Bhupathi but his getup could have been a bit better. Pradeep Rawat and Mukesh Rishi are good, Supreeth is perfect. Brahmanandam is good while Kovai Sarala is loud. Ali is wasted.
Technical Analysis:
Cinematography is good and the film looked colorful. Music is okay while the choreography is well-composed. The songs are well captured and the re-recording is okay. Action scenes are well-choreographed. Dialogues are good. Direction by Lawrence is mediocre while screenplay has few interesting moments. Editing could have been better as the second half is too long. VFX is poor. Production Values by Sri Balaji Cine Media banner is rich.
Rebel is Prabhas show all the way, he looks quite handsome and stylish, dances superbly, woos Tamanna, flexes his muscles, fights extravagantly, impresses with emotional scenes and What not??? He does everything in the movie. The initial comedy scenes in the film are good especially the scenes between Prabhas, Brahmanandam and Tamanna. The first half moves on with love scenes, comedy and a couple of neatly choreographed songs and the story pick momentum with interval bang. The interval action sequence is at peaks and is the biggest asset of Rebel and Prabhas performance is extraordinary. On the flipside, Lawrence could have taken care on the script and screenplay as it goes on predictable mode reminding us of his works in the film Mass. Action sequences blood-shed gets high in the second half though they are well-choreographed. Editing could have been much better as the run length is too long and most of the scenes could have been chopped off. The flashback scenes are weak and the twists are predictable. The pace picks up at instances, and like most of the Lawrence films, there are few good moments here and there.
Plus points
Tamanna’s glamour & dances
Interval block
Costumes & Styling
Action sequences
Songs picturisation
Mass elements to an extent
Minus Points
Lack of good comedy
Poor screenplay
Too much Violence
Run length
Final Verdict
Rebel- Despite few references to Lawrence's earlier films Mass & Don, Rebel appeals to Prabhas fans and hard core mass movie lovers…

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

IIFA Awards 2012 || IIFA awards 2012 actress and actors photos !!!!!!!!!!!

IIFA Awards 2012!

The now traditional end of the Awards season is... IIFA! A weekend of blowharding, gladhanding, and fabulous gowns!
The winners mostly line up with the other awards from earlier in the year and I only take exception with one award...

Winners and pictures below!

Winners of IIFA Awards 2012 || IIFA Awards 2012!!!!

iifa awards 2011 toronto
Best Film
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara – Ritesh Sidhwani & Farhan Akhtar
Best Performance in a Leading Role (Male)
Ranbir Kapoor – Rockstar
Best Performance in a Leading Role (Female) 
Vidya Balan – The Dirty Picture
Best Director
Zoya Akhtar – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
Best Performance in a Supporting Role (Male) 
Farhan Akhtar – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
Best Performance in a Supporting Role (Female) 
Parineeti Chopra – Ladies V/S Ricky Bahl
Performance in a Comic Role
Riteish Deshmukh – Double Dhamaal
Best Performance in a Negative Role (Male)
Prakash Raj – Singham
Best Music Direction
A.R. Rahman – Nadaan Parinde (Rockstar)
Best Lyrics
Irshad Kamil – Nadaan Parinde (Rockstar)
Best Playback Singer (Male) 
Mohit Chauhan – Nadaan Parinde (Rockstar)
Best Playback Singer (Female)
Shreya Ghoshal – Ooh La La (The Dirty Picture)
Shreya Ghoshal – Teri Meri (Bodyguard)
Best Story
Reema Kagti & Zoya Akhtar – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
Best Debut of the year (Male)
Vidyut Jamwal – Force
Best Debut of the year (Female)
Parineeti Chopra – Ladies V/S Ricky Bahl
Hottest Pair of the year
Ranbir Kapoor & Nargis Fakhri
Special Award for cinema at 100
Zohra Sehgal
IIFA outstanding contribution to Environment
Dia Mirza
IIFA outstanding contribution to Indian Cinema (Male)
Ramesh Sippy
IIFA outstanding contribution to Indian Cinema (Female)
IIFA outstanding contribution to International Cinema
Liv Ullmann

Bollywood mourns Mehdi Hassan's death || Who killed Mehdi Hassan? || Mehdi Hassan: Pakistani Singer, 'King Of Ghazal,' Dies At 85 !!!

Lata Mangeshkar Calendar LaunchGhazal maestro Mehdi Hassan passed away in Pakistan today around 12:22 pm. Hassan who has a huge fan following in India as well as in Pakistan has landed his voice in many Bollywood films.
Bollywood and Pakistani singers expressed grief at the demise of the legendry singer. Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar called Hassan the 'voice of God'. “"A singer like him is born once in a millennium. It is my bad luck that I could not sing with him when he was healthy. Now I can only regret. With his demise the music fraternity has lost a great and legendary singer", says Nightingale Lata Mageshkar.   
Singer Talat Aziz, who trained under Hassan, said, "I feel a tremendous personal sense of loss. I was his 'shagird', I spent a lot of time with him. For me he was a star. I don't have words to describe his loss. He was a great asset to the world of Ghazal. Though he was not singing for quite sometime, but he will be missed. There will never be another Mehdi Hassan." 

Thursday, May 31, 2012

KP quits from ODI's and T20 's !!!!!!!!!!

Walking away: Kevin Pietersen has retired from limited overs cricket
The 31-year-old has played 127 ODIs and 36 T20Is and was a first-choice player in both formats.
But he will now continue his England career as a Test specialist only following discussions with the England and Wales Cricket Board earlier this month.
Pietersen said: 'After a great deal of thought and deliberation, I am today announcing my retirement from international one-day cricket.
'With the intensity of the international schedule and the increasing demands on my body, approaching 32, I think it is the right time to step aside and let the next generation of players come through to gain experience for the ICC World Cup in 2015.'
Pietersen, who was man of the tournament when England won the World Twenty20 in the West Indies in 2010, was willing to help defend the trophy in Sri Lanka this autumn.
'I am immensely proud of my achievements in the one-day game, and still wish to be considered for selection for England in Test cricket,' he added.
'For the record, were the selection criteria not in place, I would have readily played for England in the upcoming ICC World Twenty20.'
Best foot forward: KP will now focus on the Test form of the game
Best foot forward: KP will now focus on the Test form of the game
Pietersen's absence for the World Twenty20 is particularly relevant given he was the only England batsman to be selected in the recently concluded Indian Premier League.
As a result of his decision, Pietersen's current England contract will be downgraded for the rest of its duration and he will only be available in the future for a lower-tier deal.
The ECB's decision not to allow players to pick and choose between ODI and Twenty20 formats has not previously been made public.
Andrew Strauss was the last senior player to retire from ODI cricket and he was not part of the Twenty20 set-up. As such, today's news brought out an explanation from the board.
Pedigree: Pietersen was player of the tournament at the 2010 World Twenty20 Cup
Pedigree: Pietersen was player of the tournament at the 2010 World Twenty20 Cup
A statement read: 'The terms of the central contract state that any player making himself unavailable for either of the one-day formats automatically rules himself out of consideration for both formats of the game as planning for both formats is closely linked.
'This is designed to reflect the importance of one-day international cricket which is a strategic priority as England look for improved performances in the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy and the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.'
Unclear: KP will likely continue to play in the IPL
Unclear: KP will likely continue to play in the IPL
Hugh Morris, managing director of England cricket, placed on record his thanks for Pietersen's efforts since his debut in 2004 but did not hide his frustration at the timing.
Morris said: 'The ECB is disappointed by the timing of Kevin's decision less than four months before we defend our ICC World Twenty20 title. Kevin is a world-class player and I would like to take this opportunity to thank him for his efforts and we look forward to his continued contributions to the Test match side.
'The selectors will now replace Kevin in both the ODI and the T20 squads.'
His overall record - nine hundreds and 4184 runs at 41.84 - does not quite do justice to an exceptional talent who announced himself with three centuries in his second one-day series against a hostile South Africa.


1980: Born June 27 in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, to an Afrikaans father and an English mother.
1997-98: Makes first-class debut for Natal as an off-spinning all-rounder.
2001: Joins Nottinghamshire with a view to qualifying as an England player, having become frustrated with the quota selection system in South Africa.
2003: Averages more than 50 for the third season running but becomes disenchanted with his county employers and threatens to sue for unfair dismissal, even though relegated Nottinghamshire insist he has not been sacked.
2003-04: Stars for England A in Malaysia and India.
Remains a Nottinghamshire player and helps his team return to the top flight of the County Championship at the first attempt.
September - Selected for the troubled one-day international tour of Zimbabwe even though his qualification period for eligibility is not complete until October.
October - Before travelling to Namibia and Zimbabwe, quits Nottinghamshire for Hampshire.
January - Joins the England squad for the ODI series against his native South Africa.
February - Registers maiden, unbeaten century with 108 in the second match in Bloemfontein. Scores further centuries in East London and Centurion.
Becomes the fastest man in history to reach 500 one-day international runs.
May - Overlooked for Test series against Bangladesh, but named in England's 25-man development squad and one-day squad.
July 14 - Named in England Test squad ahead of Graham Thorpe.
July 24 - Scores 57 and 64 on debut but Australia crush England by 239 runs.
August 7 - Contributes 71 off 76 balls in the first innings as England win by two runs in the second Test at Edgbaston.
September 12 - Scores century to rescue England, who claim the Ashes with a draw in the final Test at The Oval.
March - Fined 30 per cent of his match fee for dissent after a dismissal in the first Test against India. Equals Viv Richards' record of 21 innings to reach 1,000 ODI runs.
May - Becomes the first batsman since 1990 to score a century in three successive Test innings on English soil with 142 against Sri Lanka.
January - England's best player in the 2006-07 Ashes in Australia, scoring 490 runs and averaging over 50.
April - Scores 104 off 122 against Australia, the first World Cup century by an Englishman since 1996. In England's final match against the West Indies, Pietersen makes 100 from 91.
May - Posts his highest score of 226 in the second Test against the West Indies at Headingley.
June - Uses the innovative 'switch hit' in the ODI series against New Zealand - smashing Scott Styris for two sixes. Appointed temporary ODI captain after Paul Collingwood is suspended for four matches.
August 3 - Replaces Michael Vaughan as Test captain and Collingwood as one-day skipper.
August 8 - Scores century in debut innings as Test captain.
September 3 - Captains England to a 4-0 thrashing of South African in the one-day series.
January 1 - Reports of a rift between Pietersen and coach Peter Moores surface.
January 7 - Resigns as England captain.
February - Royal Bangalore Challengers pay a record 1.5m US dollars for Pietersen's services in the IPL auction.
July 22 - With England leading the Ashes 1-0 after two Tests, Pietersen is ruled out of the remainder of the series because of an Achilles injury.
February-March - Struggles for form, particularly against left-arm spin, on the tour of Bangladesh with just 69 from his first seven innings.
April-May - Enjoys a fine tournament as England win the ICC World Twenty20 in the Caribbean, with an unbeaten 73 against Pakistan and 47 in the final victory over Australia.
June 17 - Announces he will not be renewing his Hampshire contract.
June 22 - Plays his 100th ODI against Australia.
August 11 - Left out of Hampshire's squad for Twenty20 finals day.
August 31 - A post on his Twitter account says that he is to be dropped from England's limited-overs matches against Pakistan and has signed for Surrey.
November 2010-January 2011 - On top form in England's Ashes series win in Australia, with the highlight a career-best 227 in Adelaide.
March 7 - Injury forces him out of England's World Cup campaign.
July - Passes 6,000 Test runs with his third Test double-hundred, against India at Lord's.
May 23 - Fined by the ECB for a Twitter outburst against Sky commentator Nick Knight.
May 31 - Retires from one-day and Twenty20 internationals.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/cricket/article-2152637/Kevin-Pietersen-retires-limited-overs-cricket.html#ixzz1wSjj8BFb

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