Movie is about Aditya Arunachalam is a very strict police commissioner of Mumbai. He keeps killing all the notorious criminals one after the other without any mercy. The Human Rights commission starts an enquiry and in their investigation find out that Aditya is actually hunting the killer of his daughter Valli.
The film begins with a guy who has a face transplant after a fire accident and realizes that many are after his life. It is proposed to find the reason for the same. Hos's face is exchanged with Sakthi's. Siva, who gets a new life opportunity, plans to start a business to take care of his family.
History: Siddu (Shiva Kandukuri) is a university student who falls in love with Aishwarya (Malavika Sateeshan). They separate and Siddu follows his passion for photography after college. After 3 years, he meets Shruti (Varsha Bollamma) who has an interesting past. Who is Shruti and how the couple expresses love is what it is about.
Review: Choosi Choodangaane does not intend to tell a novel story from the start. You know what will come next and nothing really surprises or disappoints you on the screen. And that is not necessarily a bad thing. Siva Kandukuri chooses an intelligent film to debut, without disappointing the audience but not letting them expect much from him.
The first half of the movie spends his time at the University of Siddu, with older people bothering him to talk to Aishwarya. What happens next is no mystery and behold, they fall in love, go on ice cream dates, watch movies and avoid friends, like any other couple. For anyone who has seen the progress, it is no surprise that this relationship does not end well. Director Sesha Sindhu Rao intelligently does not add weight to the content displayed on the screen. Fortunately, the film lacks unnecessary comedy tracks or, worse, action scenes. For a refreshing change, all you can see is that engineering students fall in love and follow their passion.
When Siddu decides to follow his passion for photography after college, he disappoints his mother. He also meets Shruti, who has a surprise for him. While Siddhu is surprised by what he has in the store, it seems quite illogical to see it on the screen. But he doesn't care much because writer Padmavati season the film with dialogues to feel good. Shruti's characterization is such a saving grace for the film, that I really wish she were there in the first half as well. Varsha achieves the role beautifully and is natural, not to mention, beautiful to see on the screen. The subtle comedy makes you smile and Rajesh Khanna and Venkatesh Kakamanu really deserve that job more. The climax is as sweet as the movie and it works.
Shiva Kandukuri plays the boy next to the tee, but he also has no room to disappoint. However, their performance needs to improve, also their expressions. The debutante Malavika offers stable performance and also looks beautiful. Varsha, the most experienced of the lot, of course surpasses them all. She is a promising addition to the Telugu film industry. Gopi Sundar's music works in a few scenes, but it's definitely not his best work.
Movies like Choosi Choodangaane are like a comforting dish full of carbohydrates: they can be regular, not boring or disappointing, but it fills your stomach. If you crave a popcorn clock this weekend, try it.
The story of the film begins with Siddhu is a mama's boy who acts according to his will and joins a Btech course. In his university life he falls in love with Aishwarya. Just when the course is ready to complete, Aishwarya breaks up with Siddhu and leaves him in trouble. As time passes, Siddhu meets Shruthi and falls in love with her. Just when the couple prepares to propose each other, a sudden turn in the love story arises.
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Directed by: K.M. Chaitanya
Starring: Chiranjeevi, Sharmiela
The movie is about keeping the viewer interested in the fact that there are two separate tracks that run in parallel. A ghost named Maya becomes the common link between Arjun, an artist in London, and Sharmila, a single mother and fighting actress from Bangalore. Often one wonders what is the connection between the two. The film has all the tropes of a horror movie: darkness, headless people and works.
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Directed by: Ramana Teja
Starring: Naga Shourya, Mehreen Pirzada, Prince
Genres: Action, Romance
The story of the film about Gana returns to India for her sister's engagement after working in the United States. Just when the show is going to happen, his sister tries to commit suicide. Win saves her and surprisingly discovers that her sister is pregnant and that her son's father is unknown. A defenseless Shourya begins to investigate this case and finally catches the culprit.
History: Gana (Naga Shaurya) returns to India for her sister Priya's wedding (Sargun Kaur Luthra). But when she tries to commit suicide, he discovers that she is pregnant but does not know-how. The way he tracks the man who did this to his sister and many other girls forms the story.
Review: Ramana Teja's debut film is ambitious because Aswathama wants to tell the story not only of a frustrated common man who seeks to hunt a psychopath but also because he also takes the time to establish the depravity of the one who does the bad deeds. It is possible that the film does not spend as much time with the antagonist as with the protagonist, falling into anyone's land between exploring its full potential and revealing the antagonist too soon, but Aswathama manages to take the story despite the problems. You'll still see the rawness in the process, especially if you're a fan of the genre, but it's a good attempt.
Gana (Naga Shaurya) has been in love with her sister Priya (Sargun Kaur Luthra) since she was born. He comes to India because she is committing to Ravi (Prince Cecil) and just when he thinks everything is going wrong, he risks her trying to take his own life. A surprised but understanding Gana tells her that he will help her no matter what and she tells him she is pregnant. The problem is that she does not know-how and the stage is set for the crazy persecution that a brother follows to give his sister the answer he deserves and wants. Also in this story, there are four fishermen, an old man, a psychopath, and his constant companion: the motley crew harms the girls who have stories similar to Priya.
The way in which Ramana Teja connects the points that trace the landscape of the picturesque Vizag and its gloomy alleys of Jalaripeta is commendable. What is not is the time spent winding in the first half before reaching the point. The whole track between Gana and his girlfriend Neha (Mehreen Pirzada) simply does not work and seems to exist in history as a third wheel for the brother-sister duo, someone who can shout when he feels frustrated and ask for help. when necessary because he certainly doesn't believe he can share his secret with her. The duo of Sri Charan Pakala and the number of a wedding are wasted in the middle of the crisis and the film shines only when the problem in question is addressed.
Naga Shaurya does a good job when it comes to portraying emotions for some reason. Your pain and confusion in key scenes certainly do not manifest. Your frustration and anger work well for action scenes that work for the most part. Mehreen Pirzada is good enough but wasted in a role that gives it limited reach. Sargun is doing well too. Jisshu Sengupta as the psychopathic forensic pathologist plays the role quite well. Ramana Teja, on paper, seems to want to show how her character slowly deciphered but surely where she is today, but while she dares to show the extent of her character's depravity on the screen, the way she rushes never lets the severity of his evil settled. Ankith Koyya does a good job as young Dr. Manoj Kumar, showing well the beginning of the fall.
Whatever the inconsistencies you feel in the movie, they are mostly wrapped in the backstory, but the setup in the first half of the movie and the way the revelation occurs in the second half seem disjointed. Ghibran's BGM works even if it is not the best possible, but manages to do the job. The Garry BH edition is choppy in parts and Manojh Reddy's camera job is fine. The way Gana finally concentrates on Dr. Manoj as the culprit is natural and based on pure luck, but the reasoning might not work for everyone. The hurried climax is fine too.
Aswathama fulfills what he promises: a fascinating story and lots of action. Ramana Teja makes a good debut by sticking to the subject in question without too much deviation. If you are a thriller fan, some parties may disappoint you because you don't get as involved as it is supposed to be, but the movie is still a decent weekend watch. However, blood and depravity mean that it is definitely not for the faint of heart.
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Directed by: Vi Anand
Starring: Ravi Teja, Payal Rajput, Nabha Natesh
Genres: Action, Science Fiction, Thriller
The story of the film begins by showing a research team that gives life to a dead man. He is none other than Disco Raj, who has a feared past with Sethu. Upon knowing his flashback, Disco Raja starts looking for Sethu.
History: Vasu (Ravi Teja) disappears and his family is worried about him. It is said that he was found frozen in Ladakh by a team of scientists who lead Relive Biolab, who want to be pioneers in reviving the dead. Disco Raj (Ravi Teja) is a music lover gangster who has made some enemies in his time with his past on his heels. How do all these stories connect?
Comment: Vi Anand tries to do a lot to mask the fact that Disco Raja, when he strips to a minimum, is nothing more than a good gangster drama. Start the story with a massive dose of melodrama to make you think that this will be a heartbreaking film. Then change gears to Sci-Fi to make you believe that it has finally reached the point. There are also two love stories released largely before the film reaches the heart of the matter, the gangster drama that he intends to tell. But by then, you are beyond trying to understand what he is trying to do. Of course, when you think about it, the movie falls into the cross-gender category, but what happens when none of the genres you play manage to work? Disco Raja is what happens.
Vasu (Ravi Teja) has a massive family made up of orphans who have found mutual support. They and their girlfriend Nabha (Nabha Natesh) are asked to give up the hope of their return, but they remain optimistic even in melodramatically difficult times. A group of Relive Biolab scientists struck the gold when they found a frozen body in Ladakh and the chief, Dr. Sharma (Shishir), decided to turn it into his laboratory rat. The goal is to be a pioneer in beating death and Parineeti (Tanya Hope) is an unwilling participant. Then there is the gangster Burma Sethu (Bobby Simha) who suffers from PTSD and his biggest rival is still Disco Raja (Ravi Teja). A hitman (Naresh) follows in the footsteps of Vasu, sent by an unknown man. And when all these stories connect, what you get is a disaster.
Disco Raja gets into the heart of things from the beginning, which is good. But the way I saw Anand meanders, taking his sweet time to unravel each story as if it were the most important thing in the movie, begins to make you nervous after a while. Despite all the details it gives, it never really spends enough time to keep us interested in the characters we have in our hands. The "twists" remain predictable throughout the film and it is only in the end that it manages to surprise you. But by then it is too late. But there is a scene that involves Biryani chicken, Disco Raja and Burma Sethu that is going well.
Many actors in this movie are still wasted, whether Nabha Natesh, Bobby Simha, Naresh or Satya. Nabha Natesh's character can only be called a supporting role, since it is barely present in the film. Bobby Simha, Naresh or Satya never have the opportunity to take off with their characters. Tanya Hope gets a good enough role and fulfills; so do Payal Rajput and Vennela Kishore. At some point and in certain scenes, you feel that even Ravi Teja remains underutilized. But he manages to carry the film on his shoulders, giving everything, despite the poor quality material he offers. It is a pleasure to see it on the screen and, whatever happens, that will never change.
However, this movie's surprise package is (you'll never guess) Sunil. The actor offers a shocking performance like Uttara Kumar and you just have to watch the movie to believe it. Clearly, the actor is greatly underutilized in most other films and simply enjoys the role, playing it with a kind of joy that is hard to come by. Sunil demonstrates its versatility in this. Karthik Ghattamaneni's cinematography is also beautiful, as is Thaman S's background music, even if his music doesn't impress. Even a King Bappi Lahiri Disco song can't make things work. Abburi Ravi's dialogues are good enough, especially the capture lines that inject some senseless fun.
Disco Raja is a mix that is disappointed by the writings of Vi Anand. Despite choosing an interesting aspect on which to base his story, he falls into the trap of offering "entertainment" routinely. The accumulation of any of these stories is definitely not worth it.
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100 Synopsis of the film: a young policeman, who works in a police control room, tries to solve the mysterious case of a kidnapped girl.
100 Movie Review: 100 is an ambitious police movie with a not-so-bad story and almost convincing protagonist, but it is marred by a very extensive script. Sathya (Atharvaa) dreams of becoming a severe policeman and is waiting for the department's confirmation letter. However, his happiness is short-lived, since he is sent to the control room. The way he interacts with people and solves their problems one by one takes the story forward.
The second half is comparatively more attractive, thanks to the conflict between the protagonist and the antagonist, and some interesting written scenes. But you feel exhausted as the story progresses.
Atharvaa is impressive in the scenes and some phrases of Yogi Babu evoke laughter. Radha Ravi is fit for the role of senior police, while Hansika makes a mysterious flickering appearance.
The action scenes are fine, but the music is unnecessarily loud in many scenes. Although a large number of relevant topics such as trafficking in women, parenting, drug use, etc. have been included in the film, a tight script would have helped the film play the right emotional chords.