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Sandeham Official Trailer | Suman Vootkur,Hebha Patel | Subhash A | Sateesh Paramveda |Satyanarayana

Posted : June 18, 2024 at 6:48 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Sandeham Official Trailer | Suman Vootkur,Hebha Patel | Subhash A | Sateesh Paramveda |Satyanarayana


‘Maa Oori Jatharalo’ Lyrical: An Addictive Melody With A Folk Touch!

Posted : July 16, 2024 at 10:01 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Allari Naresh is all set to enthrall audiences with his upcoming film “Bachhala Malli,” a rural mass and action entertainer. The project has generated positive buzz since the release of the first look poster and a special glimpse on the eve of Naresh’s birthday.

Further amplifying the excitement, the makers have unveiled the film’s musical journey with the release of the first single, “Maa Oori Jatharalo.” This foot-tapping melody, featuring a captivating blend of folk and funk beats, is sure to become a listener’s favorite. Composer Vishal Chandrasekhar masterfully blends the earthy charm of folk music with a touch of funk, resulting in a truly delightful track. The soulful vocals of Gowra Hari and Sindhuri Vishal further elevate the song’s beauty.

However, the heart of “Maa Oori Jatharalo” lies in the heartfelt lyrics penned by Sreemani. The song narrates a love story between the lead pair, played by Allari Naresh and Amritha Aiyer. While Naresh’s character desires to shower his wife with grand gestures, she finds her happiness simply in spending her life with him. The undeniable chemistry between Naresh and Aiyer is a visual treat, and the song is bound to find a permanent spot on playlists.

Subbu Mangadevvi, known for his directorial work in “Solo Brathuke So Better,” helms “Bachhala Malli.” Razesh Danda and Balaji Gutta produce the film under the banner of Hasya Movies. The supporting cast boasts a talented ensemble, including Rao Ramesh, Rohini, Achyuth Kumar, Balagam Jayaram, Hari Teja, Praveen, and Viva Harsha.

Set in the nostalgic backdrop of the 1990s, “Bachhala Malli” promises an emotional journey for the lead character. Subbu Mangadevvi himself takes on the dual responsibility of story and dialogue writer, while Vipparthi Madhu contributes to the screenplay along with Viswanetra for the additional screenplay. Richard M Nathan, known for his work in films like “Maanaadu,” “Rangam,” and “Matti Kusthi,” handles cinematography. Chota K Prasad takes care of the editing, and Brahma Kadali serves as the production designer.

The much-anticipated release date for “Bachhala Malli” is yet to be announced, but with the release of the first song, the wait is sure to become even more exciting for fans of Allari Naresh and Telugu cinema.


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The Birthday Boy: A Gripping Thriller With Room for Improvement

Posted : July 19, 2024 at 6:12 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

The Telugu film “The Birthday Boy” has garnered significant public attention for its unique marketing strategy and focus on fresh talent. Directed by the enigmatic “Whiskey,” the movie boasts a cast of up-and-coming actors and a captivating trailer that has audiences eager to see more.

The story revolves around five friends – Balu (Mani), Venkat (Raja Ashok), Arjun (Venky), Sai (Arun), and Satti (Rahul) – who are studying in the USA. As Balu’s birthday arrives, the friends decide to throw a wild party. Their celebratory zeal turns tragic when a playful birthday prank involving a cake, alcohol, and food goes horribly wrong. Balu loses his life in a freak accident, leaving the remaining friends shell-shocked and utterly unprepared for the situation.

Director Whiskey takes on the ambitious challenge of confining the entire narrative within the confines of a single house. This approach proves largely successful, particularly in the first half. The initial stages effectively build tension and drama, keeping the audience engaged as the friends grapple with the consequences of their actions. The film’s theme is lauded by viewers for its originality, and the natural conversations between the friends coupled with their realistic expressions of fear and despair add to the film’s authenticity.

Cinematography and acting are credited with making the audience feel like they are part of the unfolding events within the house. The tight screenplay of the first half keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. However, the movie falters in the second half as it delves into investigative territory. Flashback sequences are deemed tedious by the public, causing the film’s pacing to drag significantly. The predictable nature of the flashbacks is considered a major drawback.

Despite these shortcomings, the film manages to redeem itself with a well-executed climax twist that garners audience approval. The viewers ultimately express satisfaction with the movie’s ending. The technical aspects, including music and editing, are praised for effectively complementing the film’s suspenseful mood.

While not a light-hearted watch, “The Birthday Boy” is recommended for those seeking a thrilling cinematic experience. Ravi Krishna’s portrayal of an emotionally charged and serious character is well-received. He delivers a commendable performance, as do the other actors who convincingly portray their respective roles. The presence of veteran actor Rajeev Kanakala adds depth and emotional resonance to the narrative.

In conclusion, “The Birthday Boy” is a film with immense potential. While a stronger second half could have elevated the viewing experience, the movie’s originality, captivating first half, and satisfying climax make it a worthwhile watch for those who appreciate suspenseful dramas.

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