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The Trip Telugu Movie Teaser | Goutham Raj | Soumya Shetty | Aamani | Rajamouli |

Posted : October 28, 2021 at 4:11 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

The Trip Telugu Movie Teaser | Goutham Raj | Soumya Shetty | Aamani | Rajamouli |


Are Pushpa makers trying to be in government good books?

Posted : November 24, 2021 at 9:56 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Pushpa starring Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna is releasing on 17th December. The movie is being written and directed by Sukumar.

AP Government passed GO about regulating ticket prices in Andhra Pradesh state and stated that no big budget films will get exception before release and no ticket price hike will be allowed in the state.

Now, Geetha Arts has announced Rs. 10 lakhs donation to AP CM relief fund and the amount will be donated to help people who lost everything in recent Tirupathi and Chittoor floods.

Some onlookers are commenting that looking at the situation and government’s firm hand in decision making about Cinema ticket pricing, Allu Aravind the famous producer and Geetha Arts founder, strategically announced this amount to be in government good books.

This move might allow Government to at least allow extra shows for the movie till Christmas Eve and New Year day, that is, first two weeks post release. Extra shows for a big budget movie will help it to generate more gross revenue despite of low pricing.

If government is adamant on ticket pricing, at least getting permission from them for extra shows will allow for the producers to recover the amounts.

Mythri Movie Makers are producing the film but Geetha Arts will be involved in distribution of the film for sure. So, will this strategical move, if it so, help the makers to get a positive response from government regarding extra shows, marginal ticket price hikes? Keep watching this space for regular updates.


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No Relief For Raj Kundra, High Court Shocks Businessman!

Posted : November 26, 2021 at 12:45 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

There is no sigh of relief for Indian-British Businessman Raj Kundra in the alleged adult film production and publishing row. The Bombay High Court had refused to entertain the petition that was filed by Raj Kundra in connection with the much-talked-about adult film case.

Raj Kundra and five other accused in the adult film case had knocked on the doors of the High Court seeking anticipatory bail in the case. However, the Bombay High Court had rejected the petition filed by the accused that sought the extension of the protection in the case.

Besides Raj Kundra, the other accused in the case also filed a petition to seek directives from the court to extend the interim protection for four weeks, and until four weeks no legal action should be taken against them. However, the court rejected the petition and said such orders cannot be given.

Advocate Prashant Patil and Swapnil Ambire represented Raj Kundra in the matter and told the Bombay High Court that sections that don’t imply in the case were filed against him and he was connected to the case by the crime branch department.

Placing further arguments, the advocate said that no piece of evidence on the allegations leveled against the Hotshots app was found by the prosecution. The videos uploaded on the app are erotic but not obscene. Raj Kundra has nothing to do with the allegations of filming and publishing obscene content. No adult content was shown in the said videos, the counsel told the court.

The crime branch of the Mumbai Police took Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra into custody on the grounds of being the key conspirator behind the adult film racket. The officials busted the alleged racket in February last year. Months after busting the racket, Raj Kundra was arrested in July and produced before the court.

Upon investigating and probing the matter, a case was filed against Raj Kundra was filed by the officials under Indian Penal Code (IPC)sections 420 (cheating), 34, 292,293. The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act was also slapped against him. He was released from the court recently.

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