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'I have done all kinds of things in Cinema Choopista Mavva'

'I have done all kinds of things in Cinema Choopista Mavva'

'It was a pleasure working with Avika Gor. I would love to work with her again,' Telugu actor Raj Tarun tells Radhika Rajamani. Telugu actor Raj Tarun wanted to be a director but fate had other plans for him. His first film Uyyala Jampala released in 2013. Now, he's ready with his second film Cinema Choopista Mavva. In this chat with contributor Radhika Rajamani, Raj Tarun talks about his new film, acting with Avika Gor and his passion for cinema. What made you ..., 1 month ago

'I could have done away with the item number in Baahubali'

'I am not human... :)' SS Rajamouli has some fun on Rediff Chat. Baahubali director SS Rajamouli recently chatted with Rediff readers, and gave them a good look into the making of his mega blockbuster. For those who missed the chat, here's the unedited transcript: S S Rajamouli: Hi guys, Rajamouli here. Shoot your questions. Siva-Naga-Prasad: I think when you start Mahabharat, that will be a serial, not a movie because that great epic with Rajamouli perception cannot fit into time frame of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'I felt bad about Rey's performance'

Sai Dharam Tej, a young actor from Telugu cinema's mega family -- he is veteran star Chiranjeevi's nephew -- has done three films so far; Rey, Pilla Nuvvu leni Jeevitham (PNJ) and now Subrahmanyam for Sale. While his second film PNJ released first and received good response, Rey didn't quite live up to expectations. Ready with his third film, Subrahmanyam for Sale, set to hit screens this Thursday, September 24, the affable Sai Dharam chats about the film and his ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'The younger generation is not materialistic'

Koratala Siva has come a long way since he first rose to fame with Mirchi, the Prabhas starrer action drama that he had scripted and directed. Before turning to direction, Siva had written dialogues for Brindavanam, Munna, Okkadunnadu, Oosaravelli and scripted Bhadra besides the current blockbuster, Srimanthudu with Mahesh Babu in the lead. While Srimanthudu continues its exceptional run at the box office, Siva speaks to's Radhika Rajamani in an exclusive interview about ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'I like South Indian cinema where one can whistle, scream and clap!'

'I was studying for my grade 10 examinations and shooting for Balika Vadhu at the same time. That's when I got the script of Uyyala Jampala. So I was carrying my Physics book in my hand and the script in the other!' Avika Gor takes on Telugu cinema.   After a successful stint in television, Avika Gor shifted to the Telugu film industry in 2013. After two films (Uyyala Jampala and Lakshmi Raave Ma Intiki), she will be seen in her third film, Cinema Chuppista ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The real challenges of shooting Baahubali

'So much sacrifice has gone into Baahubali and it's been worth it. The film is going to be part of history.' 'We never thought we would get such an amazing response. The film has cut across barriers of language and region. It's being positioned as a pride of India. I never envisioned this.' Cinematographer KK Senthil Kumar tells us how he shot the epic blockbuster Baahubali. Cinematographer KK Senthil Kumar has set benchmarks with his finest work in films like Arundhati, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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