Money or Values:Who is the Real Winner?- Challenge Part 3!

With the end of part 2, Gandhi (Chiranjeevi) is faced with a peculiar hurdle in the form of Hanumanth (Gollapudi Maruthi Rao) and his wife Priyamvada (Silk Smitha) who come and stay in his house with the reluctant nod of his friend and guide Lakshmi (Suhasini). Why did Lakshmi have reservations about her own brother … Continue reading Money or Values:Who is the Real Winner?- Challenge Part 3!

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Business Plans, Love, and Strategies- Challenge Part 2!

Till part 1 of the post on this marvel, we have seen the dramatic circumstances on how Gandhi (Chiranjeevi)- an unemployed youth challenges an influential businessman Ram Mohan Rao (Rao Gopala Rao) saying that he would earn a sum of fifty lakhs in five years.  Though Gandhi challenges with full confidence, it happened in nick … Continue reading Business Plans, Love, and Strategies- Challenge Part 2!

Money, Life, Values and Entrepreneurship- Challenge Part 1!

Making movies based on popular novels has its own set of advantages and disadvantages.  The world of Telugu Cinema, which has always been open for new risks and adventures did not falter to take up this worthy risk. Right from Sharath Chandra’s Bengali novel Devdas, senior Tollywood heroes like ANR and even Sobhan Babu came … Continue reading Money, Life, Values and Entrepreneurship- Challenge Part 1!

Meaningful Revolution- Beginning of The Rebellion Series

    The term Revolution is quite inquisitive. The moment it is heard, the first obvious reaction would be anger, aggression and an overall change within a region or the World. But revolution can also mean at the individual level in self transformation. It can also mean a person’s journey through life and hardships. Revolution … Continue reading Meaningful Revolution- Beginning of The Rebellion Series

Good vs Evil, Emotional Bonding and Magic- Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari Part 3

Till part 2 of this magical marvel’s post, we have seen some funny encounters between our lead roles Raju (Chiranjeevi) and Indraja (Sridevi). Jandhyala made sure that the comedy element is never faltered throughout without missing the commercial touch as well. As quoted in the previous part, our dear hero Raju has a habit of … Continue reading Good vs Evil, Emotional Bonding and Magic- Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari Part 3

Celebrating 100 Golden Years of Indian Cinema..

Note: This article is written by Sharath Kumar Gaddameedi, an avid follower of Indian as well as Foreign Cinema..we, the authors of Marapuraani Chitralu thank him for this informative piece of write up. India's 1st full length feature film Raja Harishchandra completes 100 years on Friday (May 3, 2013). Directed by Dadasaheb Phalke, Raja Harishchandra was released … Continue reading Celebrating 100 Golden Years of Indian Cinema..

Funny Divine-Human Encounters and Entertainment – Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari Part 2

Till part 1 of the entertainment centric movie post, we just saw the beginnings of the scope in which Commercial Cinema can take us. The best of it marks its beginning when Indraja (Sridevi), the daughter of Lord Indra returns to Planet Earth to get back her magical ring from Raju (Chiranjeevi) in a tactful … Continue reading Funny Divine-Human Encounters and Entertainment – Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari Part 2

Socio-Fantasy Magic- Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari- Part 1

As promised in the previous post about exploring more of Commercial Telugu Cinema in our Marapuraani Chitralu, I couldn’t find any other better occasion than the New Year’s Eve to start the same! Let it be for my personal connection, or the unavoidable influence of this film during the time of its release, or the … Continue reading Socio-Fantasy Magic- Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari- Part 1

Who says Commercial Films are Forgettable?

We have come a long way in the journey of discovering and unleashing the best of Telugu Cinema in Marapuraani Chitralu. Taking a dip in the hilarious comedy of Jandhyala to begin with, the roads turned to Arts and Social Message films from K.Vishwanath, and an interesting turn with adventure (Kshana Kshanam) and a tinge … Continue reading Who says Commercial Films are Forgettable?

Humanity, Love, Family and Money- Aa Naluguru- Part 3

Till part 2 of Aa Naluguru post we have seen only the preliminary troubles which Raghuram faces in his life in the form of family members, outsiders and at work. But little does he or we audience are unaware about how big the problem of his attitude turns out to be. His strict ideals about … Continue reading Humanity, Love, Family and Money- Aa Naluguru- Part 3