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'Telugu cinema never expanded into meaningful cinema'
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'Telugu cinema never expanded into meaningful cinema'

'I prefer calling myself a 'film activist' rather than a filmmaker,' Mahesh Kathi tells Radhika Rajamani/ Rediff.com Mahesh Kathi is ready with the first ever crowd-funded, crowd-sourced film in Telugu, called Pesarattu. He had earlier directed the short film Edari Varsham based on the story Vooru Chivuru Illu by Devakonda Balagangadhara Tilak. A communications graduate who has worked with UNICEF, World Bank, Save the Children and the Clinton Foundation, he has always ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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'D Ramanaidu lived and breathed cinema'

Radhika Rajamani pays tribute to the legendary film producer Daggubati Ramanaidu who breathed his
 INooz2 months ago D Ramanaidu: From rice grower to number one filmmaker  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Kriti Sanon: I am sweet and diplomatic in real life

Kriti Sanon made a noticeable debut in Telugu film 1 Nenokkadine and followed it up with an imprresive Bollywood debut with Heropanti. Now she stars in another Telugu film, Dohchay, where she will be paired opposite Naga Chaitanya. The young actress speaks to Radhika Rajamani/Rediff.com, about her new film and how she is dabbling her career between Hindi and Telugu films. What attracted you to Dohchay? It is always the script and the character I have to play that draws me to a film.
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Taapsee: I was not keen on doing Kanchana 2

'I was not sure if I wanted to do such an intense role.' 'At this stage of my career I was not sure I could play this character.' Taapsee Pannu talks about how director Lawrence Raghava convinced her to be a part of Kanchana 2. Taapsee Panu has had a good run at the box office. Having made her debut in 2010, this pretty actress worked in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam films before she landed on her home turf, Hindi films. Her last release Baby co-starring Akshay Kumar got her some rave ...
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'The treatment of Avunu 2 is different from its prequel'

'Director Ravi Babu is like a monk – he has a pure approach towards the film.' 'I would like to do a film with him every year.' Telugu actor Harshavardhan Rane talks about working with director Ravi Babu in Avunu 2. Harshavardhan Rane, who acted in Avunu (2012), also acts in its sequel Avunu 2, which releases on April 3. His co-star in both films is Poorna. Harshvardhan talks to Radhika Rajamani about Avunu 2. Do you play the same role of a software guy in Avunu2? It’s the ...
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'It felt wonderful to win the National Award'

  'I was hoping to get it, but never imagined, even in my wildest dreams, that it would happen.' Director Praveen Sattaru talks about his National Award winning movie Chandamama Kathalu. Chandamama Kathalu, directed by Praveen Sattaru, just won the National Award for the Best Feature Film in Telugu. The film follows the anthology format with eight different stories woven together. Director Praveen Sattaru talks to Radhika Rajamani about winning the Award, the film, and his ...
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Meet Telugu cinema's latest heroine

'Shabana Azmi has helped me with the language of my first Hindi film, Mirza Sahibaan.' 'My aunt Tanvi Azmi is my guide and I take her help.' Actress Saiyami Kher gets ready to make her Telugu debut in this week's release, Rey. Saiyami Kher is a newcomer to Telugu films but has a distinguished lineage. She is the granddaughter of actress Usha Kiran and niece of Tanvi Azmi. Saiyami modelled for the Kingfisher calendar before the arc lights beckoned. Telugu director YVS Chowdhary spotted her and ...
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'The sun is the villain in Surya Versus Surya!'

'My character in Surya Versus Surya cannot come out in daylight.' Actor Nikhil Siddhartha talks about his latest film. With back-to-back hits in Swamy Ra Ra and Karthikeya, Nikhil Siddhartha is on a roll. He hopes to complete a hat-trick with Surya Versus Surya, directed by first-time director Karthik Ghattamaneni, who is a director of cinematography (DOP). The film will release on Thursday, March 5. In this interview with Rediff.com contributor Radhika Rajamani, Nikhil talks about Surya ...
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'I'd like to do a high-fashion film'

'These days girls are quite independent. They are scared to settle down as they feel their freedom will be taken away. In Pesarattu, what the girl goes through is representative of the new-gen woman. They have this fear of life and marriage,' Nikitha Narayan tells Radhika Rajamani/ Rediff.com Actress Nikitha Narayan is very excited about the way her career is shaping up. After her January release Ladies And Gentlemen, she has another film Pesarattu up for release ...
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'Bandipotu is a crime comedy'

'The comedy in Bandipotu is as much visual and slapstick as it is verbal.' 'The challenges in filming a comedy are numerous. I had to plan shots in such a way that the actors’ comic timing was not affected.' Telugu director Mohanakrishna Indraganti talks about his first out and out comedy film Bandipotu. Mohanakrishna Indraganti is a versatile director. After the successful love story Anthakumundu Aa Taruvatha, this National Award and Gollapudi Srinivas Award winning ...
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