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Film: Pooja
Starring: Vishal, Shruthi Hassan, Andrea
Director: Hari
Producer: Vishal
Banner: Vishal Film Factory banner
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Pooja is the story of Vasu [Vishal], a local small time financier in a mass area where lives a baddie Singanna [Mukesh Tiwari]. A cop played by Sathyaraj is on special duty to convict Singanna, who arranges contract killings. Divya [Shruti Haasan] is impressed by the morals and personality of Vasu and falls in love with him. Accidentally, Vasu comes in the way of Singanna to solve a problem being faced by his family. Will Vasu resolve it? Will Sathyaraj arrest Singanna? Forms the crux of Pooja.
Vishal has delivered an energetic performance, as the guy who does anything to protect his family. All his acrobatic fights looks realistic with his masculine body.
Shruti Haasan is impressive in the girl next door role, as a good hearted girl and Vasu's love. At the same time, she looked very glamorous in songs.
Mukesh Tiwari has done his parts well. He suited the bill as a villain.
Thanks to the experienced play by Satyaraj, Radikaa Sarath Kumar, Prathap Pothen, Thalaivasal Vijay, Jayaprakash and Sithara.
Though forced, comic timing of Soori, Pandi and Imman Annachi worked well. Last but not least, Andrea Jeremiah's item number is oomph.
Technical Analysis:
Pooja is a complete Hari film. Director sticks to his basics and delivered a commercial entertainer with action, family sentiments and romance in regular basis. Pooja has ample action sequences and family drama that is dealt with pacy narration.
Songs by Yuvan Shankar Raja already topped the charts. Background music gells well with the screenplay.
Produced under Vishal Film Factory, Pooja is technically well framed with neat presentation by Hari's regular cinematographer Priyan and Editors VT Vijayan and TS Jai.
Repeating the age old factor of good winning over the bad, Pooja is one more commercial action drama with family sentiments, from director Hari. Though the film slips few logics randomly, it appeals to be a good watch for family audiences this festival season and definitely a feast to Vishal fans.
Final Verdict: Typical Hari film, entreaty to Vishal fans

Oka Laila Kosam Telugu Movie Watch Online

Film: Oka Laila Kosam
Starring: Naga Chaitanya, Pooja Hedge, Ali
Director: Vijay Kumar Konda
Producer: Nagarjuna
Banner: Annapurna Studios Banner
Music: Anup Rubens

Oka Laila Kosam is the story of Karthik [Naga Chaitanya], a handsome looking rich guy who flies down to India after completing his studies. Karthik falls head over heels for Nandana aka Nandu [Pooja Hegde] in the first sight. On the flip side, Nandu has bitter experiences every time she meets Karthik and rejects his proposal straight away. God has planned something other for Nandu that she gets engaged to Kathik, unknowingly. Nandu accepts the fate or reveal her hatred to her parents? Will Karthik win his love? Forms the crux of Oka Laila Kosam...
Naga Chaitanya shines in rom-com role. His performance is fresh with well improved expressions. Chay surpassed with his dance skills and couple of upright fight sequences.
Pooja Hegde is a welcoming actress. Oka Laila Kosam is best debut for her. She has good scope for acting. Excelled with her performance and looks gorgeous, thanks to her costume designer too.
Ali is saluter. He takes complete responsibility to keep droll audiences in regular intervals. He has done good job in company with Sathyam Rajesh and Dhanraj.
Technical Analysis:
Director Vijay Kumar Konda has come up with a not so fresh story line, though the narration is interesting with all the necessary commercial elements. Screenplay of the could have been better with added twist and turns, especially in the second half.
Anoop Rubens music definitely takes the movie a step higher. Songs are well picturized and well choreographed.
I Andrew's cinematography is one more highlight of Oka Laila Kosam. Well captured locations, well-favoured angles in fights and colorful songs.
Editing by Praveen Pudi could have been much better. Though the first half of Oka Laila Kosam is entertaining in acceptable pace, counterpart is slack.
Oka Laila Kosam is an apt title for the script by Vijay Kumar Konda. Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde director has to be lauded for making a promising film, which is a slip with slow screenplay that is highly predictable once the twist is revealed.
Heroine’s character lacks clarity in certain places and emotional scenes could have been elevated. On the whole movie can be justified more properly towards the end.
First half of Oka Laila Kosam is racy and best in the form of entertainment, while second half is bit drag with nothing new to offer.
Final Verdict: Feel Good Romantic Entertainer --- Watchable.

Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya Telugu Movie Online

Film: Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya
Starring: Naga Shourya, Sana Maqbool, Ajay, Indraja
Director: Trikoti
Producer: Sai Koorapati
Banner: Vaarahi Chalana Chitram
Music: MM Keeravani

DCR is the story of a 36-year-old Gopala Krishna [Ajay], a bank employ who lives with loving wife Bhavani [Indraja] and two sons. Gopala Krishna aka Krish for young girls always have regrets for his early marriage and flirts teenage girls. On the other hand, Madhu [Naga Shaurya], an intelligent Engineering student. Twist in the tale comes in the form of Samhitha [Sana Maqbool]. Krish and Madhu falls for the same girl. However, Krish proposes Samhitha finally. Will Madhu gain his love? Samhitha succeed in marrying her love? What happens between the three, forms the crux of Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya...
Ajay played the titular role. Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya is his story and revolves around him from the begining. He was offered a full length role after Ishq and Ajay has pulled it with utmost ease.
Naga Shaurya is comparatively given a limited scope for performance. Though his acting in the first half is similar to Oohalu Gusa Gusalade, he emoted well in the emotional scenes.
Sana Maqbool was given ample space for performance and the actress proved her mettle. With her expressions and body language she proved she is the apt choice for her role in the movie.
Indraja has done a meaty role, as a house wife who never suspects her husband. A good comeback for the actress.
Brahmaji has done a decent job. He succeeded in bringing out few chuckles on viewers faces with his timing and dialogues.
Technical Analysis:
Thrikoti has made a decent movie with good support from his star cast. He has to be credited for handling sensitive story line with a simple narration. Yet, the debutante director has to be concentrated on the pace, especially in the begining of the second half.
MM Keeravani's music is major plus for the film. All the songs are entertaining and BGM is an asset for Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya.
Cinematography by Rajasekhar is one more highlight for the movie. Especially 'Andari raatalu' song looks beautiful with montage shots.
Editing could have been done better. Sai Korrapati's Varahi Chalana Chitram lavishly presented the movie. Production values are high, every frame looks grand.
Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya is more or less a normal movie with no twists and turns. The otherwise could have made the film a true commercial entertainer. Though Thrikoti handled the sensitive script nicely, DCR is just descent and not interesting.
Director has got complete trustworthy crew and supportive star cast. Flawless and fast paced narration could have taken the film a step higher.
First half of the movie is light-hearted with comedy portions between Ajay and Brahmaji. Comparatively, second half is slow and melodramatic towards the end. Climax seems abrupt with sudden realization by Ajay.
Final Verdict: Loosely packed New age Love Story. Worth watching once...

Govindudu Andarivadele Telugu Movie Online

Film: Govindudu Andarivadele
Starring: Ram Charan, Kajal Agarwal, Srikanth, Prakash Raj
Director: Krishna Vamsi
Producer: Bandla Ganesh
Banner: Parameswara Arts
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Govindudu Andari Vadele is the story of Abhiram [Ram Charan], a handsome looking NRI who has utmost love towards Indian culture and family atmosphere. One fine day Abhi comes to know about his father's past, which is related to a joint family based in a village in India. Rest of the tale forms how Abhi enters into the family of Balaraju [Prakashraj] and wins their hearts fulfilling his dad's dreams.
Ram Charan has given one of the finest performances in his career. Might be his looks, sentiment or fights, Ram Charan carried it with ease and surprised everyone with his emotional acting in the last 20 minutes of the movie.
Kajal Agarwal once again added the charm to a film with her timeless beauty. Krishna Vamsi takes the credits and one more hit in their combo after Chandamama. Needless to say about sizzling chemistry of Magadheera pair Kajal and Charan.
Prakash Raj is an intelligent choice for Govindudu Andarivadele. In the role of a decision maker being head of the family, Prakashraj has done a good job also in delivering family values and love towards his next generations in a beautiful way. Pre-climax sentiment scene with Ram Charan is intense.
Jayasudha is at her usual best. Her role as Prakashraj's supporting wife and doting grandmother is well framed.
Srikanth has been given a full length character as a go-lucky villager with reckless attitude annoying his father. At the same time Kamalini Mukherjee is offered a very petitie role, yet she nicely complements Srikanth.
Aadarsh Balakrishna suits the bill in a negative role and has given a tough fight to Charan.
Technical Analysis:
Krishna Vamsi has to be appreciated for bringing back the missing human relationships and emotions with family values on screen. Hats off to KV for bringing out such laudable performances from each and every artist in every frame.
Sreenplay of the film is quite engaging with in depth dialogues that are penned with lot of human values.
Cinematographer Sameer Reddy's camera works are stunning. He captured the village atmosphere in a superb light. Thanks to his colourful frames-- sets, properties and costumes are eye pleasing. They created the actual mood of the plot.
Decent music by Yuvan Shankar Raja. BGM gels with the flow of the film. Fights composed by Peter Heins are entertaining.
Bandla Ganesh has lavishly presented the movie with high production values and uncompromising visuals.
GAV is out and out Krishna Vamsi film that celebrates the life with full of love, morals and entertainment in a balancing way.
Govindudu Andarivadele travels in an acceptable pace. Yet, the first half of the movie is bit slow compared to counter part. All the sentiment scenes are intense on screen, while comedy seems cooked-up.
Story of the film is not so new and turns predictable in parts. Yet performances by the lead actors made it fresh and bankable.
Govindudu Andarivadele is definitely an eye pleasing family entertainer worth watching with your joint or giant families this festival season.
Final Verdict: This Govindudu is sure to win your hearts.

Loukyam Telugu Movie Watch Online

Film: Loukyam
Starring: Gopichand, Rakul Preet Singh, Brahmanandam
Director: Sriwass
Producer: V Anand Prasad
Banner: Bhavya Creations Banner
Music: Anup Rubens

Loukyam begins with stunning chase sequence, where villains try to catch Venkateswara Rao [Gopichand] who is running away with Babji's [Sampath Raj] sister. In the sequel, Babji and his team are in search of Venky who shifts his base to Hyderabad. Venky falls for Chandrakala [Rakul Preet Singh] and keep on trying to make Chandu loves him back. After an immense fight, its time for twist in Loukyam. Finally, Venky solves all the contravenes and Loukyam ends with a justifying climax.
Watch Loukyam on big screen to know, Why Venky runs away with Babji's sister? What is the twist in the tale? How did Venky escapes from evil clutches of Babji?...
Gopichand looks dashing and carries whole film on his shoulders. Loukyam is a complete makeover for him and he surpasses it with flying colours. His comic timing needa a special mention.
Rakul Preet Singh is gorgeous and has given a promising performance. She compliments Gopichand in every frame, good chemistry.
Brahamanandam as Sippy did a full length comedy role. Loukyam is one of Brahmi's best performances in recent times.
30 years industry Prithvi takes the center stage in comedy department. As 'Boiling Star Bablu' he has done a hilarious job.
Chandra Mohan, Krishna Bhagvan, Hamsa Nandini and Sakalaka Shankar, Sampath Raj have done justice to their roles.
Technical Analysis:
Sridhar Sreepana's Loukyam script is a simple tale that was well narrated by Sriwass with gripping direction. Screenplay by Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan is one of the highlights of the film. Dialogues and one-liners have taken the movie to a step higher.
Loukyam has a strong technical crew. Anoop Rubens songs are ear-pleasing and his background score elevated many scenes n the movie. Yet songs played spoil sport with the main film.
Vetri's camera works are good. Songs are colourful with colourful costumes. Actions scenes are choreographed well.
Editing is crisp, yet viewers feel lengthy with routine elements towards the end.
Loukyam is a feel good romantic entertainer with commercial elements. Though its a tried and tested story line, treatment is new with hilarious screenplay. Best comedy is incorporated, resulting Loukyam to be a best comedy caper for this weekend than a romantic flick.
Both first and second half are equally filmed at a good pace. But the actual plot starts with the interval bang and ends with a predictable second half.
Final Verdict: Descent Family entertainer with screaming comedy...

Aagadu Telugu Movie Online




Film: Aagadu
Starring: Mahesh Babu, Tamanna, Shruthi Hassan
Director: Srinu Vytla
Producer: Anil Sunkara, Gopichand, Ram Achanta
Banner: 14 Reels Entertainments
Music: SS Thaman

Aagadu begins with a stylish entry by Mahesh Babu as Encounter specialist Shankar. On the other side enters Damodar [Sonu Sood], a local goon who plans to construct a power factory in Bukkapatnam and kills whoever opposes him in the process. Inorder to stop the hassles, Police head Rao Ramesh transfers Encounter Shankar to Bukkapatnam, where the latter finds Damodar's connection to his family and strives hard for his downfall. See Aagadu on screens for Mahesh's romantic track with Tamanna [Saroja], comedy by Brahmanandam and one-liners by Mahesh Babu...
Mahesh, Mahesh and only Mahesh throughout the movie. Mahesh Babu proved he is a true entertainer once again. He is a director's actor who fits the bill well. His dialogues in the movie are highlight.
Tamanna is glamorous on-screen and suits the village belle role well. Her chemistry with Mahesh is a feast for viewers.
Sonu Sood is at his regular best in the role of a villain, yet his menacing look is missing.
Brahamanandam has perfectly taken care of comedy tracks. Vennela Kishore, Rajendra Prasad, Nasser, Posani Krishna Murali and Ashish Vidhyardhi are decent in their respective roles.
Srinu Vaitla has made one more keen entertainer with his trade mark elements. Yet director scores best in showcasing Mahesh in a well stitched character that matches his Super stardom.
Music by Thaman gels with the narration, continuing the similar style to sync with Dookudu.
Cinematography is an asset. Visuals are dishy and interesting on the big screens including the scenes that we have watched in trailers and songs.
Production values are high and 14 Reels takes the credits for one more blockbuster in Mahesh Babu's career. Editing is okay and could be crisper.
Aagadu is out and out Mahesh Babu's show with few interesting elements. While the interval bang is elicit, climax is a rush and mere predictable.
Regular Sreenu Vaitla style of script and narration style are one of the minus for the movie, though it is well carried out by Mahesh Babu and his co-stars. Especially, Sonu Sood's character could have been elevated, so as few other roles could have given enough space.
Aagadu has crossed the bench mark with lavish production values with best technical crew and notable top notch actors in the important roles.
Final Verdict: “A well stitched tale that etches well.” A Mahesh Babu Entertainer...