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Chaari 111 – Trailer | Vennela Kishore | Murali Sharma | Samyuktha V | Keerthi Kumar |Simon K King

Posted : February 12, 2024 at 4:11 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Chaari 111 – Trailer | Vennela Kishore | Murali Sharma | Samyuktha V | Keerthi Kumar |Simon K King


‘Boss Party’ Girl To Be A Part Of Megastar’s Film Again!

Posted : February 19, 2024 at 6:34 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

It is well known that Megastar Chiranjeevi is making a comeback into fantasy genre after two decades with his upcoming film ‘Viswambhara’. Written and directed by Vassishtha, the shooting began a few days back and the first schedule was already wrapped. Megastar flew to the USA on Valentine’s Day and the second schedule will start in the next few days. As we are aware, star heroine Trisha is playing the female lead and she is working with Chiru after 16 years.

The latest rumor regarding this project is that there is a special song in the movie. The movie is a fictional film with a fantasy backdrop and the makers are reportedly making moves to bring Urvashi Rautela onboard. The North Indian beauty sizzled in a couple of Telugu films and she danced alongside Megastar for the hit ‘Boss Party’ song in ‘Waltair Veerayya’ which came out last year. Urvashi did special songs in ‘Agent’, ‘Skanda’ and ‘Bro’ as well.

We need to see if this news turns out to be true or not. The movie is going to be released on 10th January 2025. UV Creations is making this film on a lavish budget and Keeravani is the music composer of this film while a lot of top-class technicians are working on it. Chiru did fantasy films like ‘Anji’ and ‘Jagadekaveerudu Athiloka Sundari’ in the past and let us see where ‘Viswambhara’ stands. Chota K Naidu is the director of photography while Chandrabose is the lyricist. More details regarding this project will be coming out in the upcoming days.


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Why Lokesh Gets Excused While Atlee & Trivikram Face The Heat?

Posted : February 19, 2024 at 7:37 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Director Lokesh Kanagaraj has taken Kollywood by storm with his intense gangster dramas and action thrillers like “Kaithi,” “Master,” and “Vikram.” While his films have garnered acclaim and box-office success, accusations of heavy inspiration from other works and potential plagiarism have also followed him.

Kanagaraj has emerged as a popular director, building a dedicated fanbase across south India, including Telugu states.
His unique style and ability to create interconnected narratives through Easter eggs have fueled a “Lokesh Cinematic Universe” craze.

Critics claim Kanagaraj borrows heavily from international films, citing similarities between “Vikram” and “The Departed” and “Leo” and “A History of Violence.”
Specific allegations concern “Master” and its supposed resemblance to the Malayalam film “Mudra,” with claims of scene-by-scene lifting and thematic similarities.
These comparisons spark debates about inspiration versus plagiarism, with some arguing that adapting existing ideas is acceptable, while others find the closeness problematic.
Double Standards and Nuances:

Kanagaraj is compared to other directors like Trivikram Srinivas and Atlee, who also face criticism for inspiration, leading to questions of potential biases.
It’s crucial to note that inspiration and plagiarism are distinct concepts, with the latter requiring proof of substantial, unauthorized copying.
Determining the line between homage, inspiration, and plagiarism can be complex and requires careful analysis of specific instances.
Moving Forward:

Kanagaraj’s upcoming project with Rajinikanth is highly anticipated, offering an opportunity to showcase his storytelling prowess and potentially address plagiarism concerns.
Open discussions and objective examinations of potential similarities across films are essential to fostering artistic integrity and fair criticism.
Revisions:

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