Best Film: Gamyam
Best Actor Male: AlluArjun (Parugu)
Best Actor Female: Swathi (Asta Chamma)
Best Play Back Singer male : Karthik (Kotha Bangaru Lokam-Nijangaa Nenenaa)
Best Play Back Singer Female : Shwetha Pandit (Kotha Bangaru Lokam-Nenani Nevani)
Best Actor Supporting Role Female : Jayasudha (Kotha Bangaru Lokam)
Best Actor Supporting Role Male : Allari Naresh (Gamyam)
Best Director : Radha Krishna (Gamyam)
Best Music Director : Micky.J.Mayor (Kotha Bangaru Lokam)
Best Lyricist : SiriVennala SeethaRama Sasthry (Gamyam-Enthavaraku)
Best Choreographer: Prem Rakshit- Kantri (song:vayassunami)
Life Time Achievement Award: Veturi Sundara Rama Murthy (Lyricist)
Complete list is Coming Sooooon!!!!
Kotha Bangaru Lokam Copied Scenes
Writer:Acharya Athreya (story)
Release Date:9 April 1959 (India)
Genre:Drama | Musical
User Comments:Among the best in Telugu
Akkineni Nageshwara Rao ... Kasinatha Sastri
Anjali Devi ... Manjulavani
S.V. Ranga Rao ... Vijayananda Ramagajapati
Chittor V. Nagaiah ... Viswambhara Sastri
Relangi Venkatramaiah ... Bachanna Bangarayya
Ramana Reddy ... Bachanna Narayya
Santha Kumari P. ... Annapoorna
Gummadi ... Viswanatha Sastri
Suryakantham ... Ratnalu
Rajasulochana ... Narthaki Amrutha
Mukkamala ... Dharmadhikari
Jandhyala Gaurinatha Sastri
Chadalavada ... Dappula Raghavulu
Chiru's Dialogue to Charan : " Ila body oopithe dance kadhu ra....baccha..."
Villain (Raghuveer) : Nee perentra??
Charan (Harsha) : Chiranjeevi....
Ghora's dialogue : " Raghuveer!! Meeridharu kalusukunnappudu prakruthe sankethalu isthundhi... pakshulu meku dhooram ga egiripothay... erraga mande suryudu nallabadipothadu... bhairava mande agnigundam la kanipisthadu raghuveer!!!!"
Satruvulani chandade dheerudu
sata druva vamsagnudu
Villain: Rani paruvu kavala gurrala pranalu kavalo thelchuko bhairava
Srihari (Sher Khan) to Maan singh : " aa kalabairavudi vontlo kathi digithe kuda vachedhi rakthame maan singh..."
Maan singh : " aaa kathi dimpe magadu undali kadha sher khan"
Srihari (Sher Khan) : " satha druva vamsam ki chendina vallu 100 mandhiki thakkuva champarani cheppav...aithe adhantha burra kadhena maan singh..."
Srihari (Sher Khan) : " Bhairava rani ni vadi vollo kurchopetti na kallu pattuko pranalatho vadhilestha "
Charan (Kala Bhairava) : Sher Khan ippude ne thappu voppukoni longipo..me andharini pranalatho vodhilestha"
Srihari (Sher Khan) : " pogaru tho matalu cheppatam kadhu ra...chesi chupinchu"
Srihari (Sher Khan) : " Saithan ka Fauzeeee"
Charan (Kala Bhairava) : " okkokari ga kadu share khan....vanda mandi nee okesari ramanu..lekka ekuva ayina parled kani ..takuva avakunda chuskoo"
Sri hari (Sher Khan) : " bhairava!!! kammukunna ee karu mabbulu ninnu mingesayani virra veeguthunnay ra.. ne prema ni gelipinchukotaniki malli pudathavra bhairavaaa!"
Villain's common dialogue : " nenu kavalani anukunnadhi naku dakki theerali..lekapothe evariki dakkanivvanu.."
thathala perlu cheppukune dadammalu manaku avasaram ledhu
Movie Review : Magadheera
Rating : 3.75/5
Banner : Geetha Arts
Cast : Ramcharan Teja, Kajal Agarwal, Devgill, Srihari, Sunil, Brahmanandam, Sarath Babu, Subbaraya Sharma, Kim Sharma and Others
Cinematography : Senthil Kumar
Music : M M Keeravani
Producer: Allu Aravind
Director: S S Rajamouli
Released Date: July 31, 2009
A gripping tale of romance, the story begins with Harsha (charan) who is an avid bike racer and his life takes a turn when his hand brushes with that of Indu (Kajal). Since he does not see her face, he wants to know who she is and finally manages to get her. The truth goes back 400 years ago when Harsha was Kalabhairava, a brave warrior general. Indu is princess Mitra who falls in love with Bhairava. However, her relative Randev (devgill) has an eye for her and he wants her at any cost. A tragic ending happens there but the story comes back to the present and Randev is again the relative of Indu. Whether Harsha gets successful this time or not forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a regular storyline with an element of past life but then the presentation was fabulous. The dialogues were apt, the script was sensible and the screenplay was adept. Background score and music were alright but cinematography was mind blowing. Special appreciations to the graphics and visual effects department for doing a remarkable job. Editing was neat, costumes were royal and trendy, art department was top notch. Charan has did full justice to the role and has carried both characters very strongly. Kajal was seductive as usual and she will steal hearts. Srihari gave the momentum, Devgill was just okay, he could have been better, Sunil and Brahmi gave few moments of humor. The others contributed effectively to the film.
The film has been a brave attempt at taking the Telugu cinema to a different level. Not just in terms of genre, but also in terms of the technical aspects and the production values. While the first half of the film was quite pale, it is just before the interval that the heat builds up. The second half makes up for the slackened pace and is a gripping treat to the audience. The idol of Lord Shiva gives goosebumps. Keeping the content part aside, this is truly a grand effort by the makers and it has created a new dimension to historical movies.
Bharatstudent Verdict: Technical extravaganza, don't miss it!!!
Cast: Ram Charan, Kajal, Dev Gil, Srihari, Surya, Sarath Babu, Sunil, Brahmananadam, Hema, Chiranjeevi, Kim Sharma, Mumaith Khan, Subbaraya Sharma, Rao Ramesh etc
Editing: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Cinematography: Senthil Kumar
Fights: Ram Laxman and Peter Heins
Lyrics: Chandrabose, Keeravani and Bhuvanachandra
Released On: 31st July 2009
The much awaited ‘Magadheera’ has arrived. It has created huge expectations by the virtue of its posters, trailers and above all the music. Finally let us see if it has reached those expectations.
Harsha (Ram Charan) is a young man who earns money on bike races and bets. He loves such adventures on two wheelers. He happens to touch the hand of a young girl Indu (Kajal) accidentally and that ‘soul touch’ connects his present to the past.
What’s the past?
That’s 1609 AD when Kalabhaiarava (Ram Charan) was the warrior in Udaigarh who trains the soldiers. The Senadhipathi Randheer (Dev Gil) lusts on Yuvarani Mitravinda (Kajal) but the latter loves Kalabhirava. That results in a huge battle between Randheer and Kalabhairava which puts end for their lives. Sher Khan (Sri Hari), the Muslim invader witnesses the valor and love of Kalabhairava and salutes to him.
They take rebirth as Harsha and Indu. And many characters from the past also come to present with the soul connectivity. But where? What happens to them? How the past life matters for them in present life?
That has to be watched on big screen to experience the marvelous treat along with unleashing those queries.
He stood as an icon of macho look. He portrayed the 1609 AD role, Kalabhaiarava, with right bearing and voice modulation. Chiranjeevi’s yester year’s voice echoed in the ears of audiences with that modulation of Ram Charan for that character. His dances are spellbinding, especially in ‘Bangaru Kodi petta..’.
She is the right choice and perfect blend. Her elegance is amazing in queen’s role.
His portrayal as Muslim warrior Sher Khan is quite wonderful. He added value to the movie on a whole.
This Bollywood villain has shared screen in the main antagonist role. He proved perfect particularly in ‘past birth role’.
Sarath Babu is ok in the role of old king, the father of Yuva Rani Mitravinda.
Rao Ramesh perfectly grooved in the role of Aghora Sadhu with apt gait and voice modulation
Brahmanandam and Hema got wasted
Sunil’s comedy is ok to large extent
The movie deserves right mention for music, sound effects, graphics, 3D effects, Cinematography and Choreography. What not! Every technical faculty has rightly worked on this film. Director Rajamouli should be appreciated for his guts to bring such a massive film on Telugu screen.
Allu Aravind should be esteemed for his wonderful production values.
Music And Lyrics:
Keeravani and Chandrabose have created wonder with music and lyrics. Every word has aptly grooved into the situation in finest musical form.
Jorse Jorse is like a sheer poetry drawn on a canvass
Naakosom Juttu Peekkunte (written by Keeravani) is hilarious and entertaining
Panchadaara Bomma will be one of lifetime melody hits in Ram Charan’s filmography
Bangaru Kodi petta (penned by Bhuvanachandra) surpassed the older one in choreography
Dheera Dheera is the song that was ever pictured on Indian screen so far
Magadheera…(rolling title song) is innovative and interesting with the dances of Allu Aravind, Keeravani, Rajamouli, Rama Rajamouli, Ali, Sunil, Brahmanandam, Kajal, Kim Sharma, Mumaith Khan, Saloni, BA Raju and every technician worked in the movie
Above all the background music stood as backbone for the movie
* Marvelous art work carried to portray Udaigadh city of 1609AD
* Battle between Kalabhairava and 100 soldiers of Sher Khan
* Wonderful picturization of Dheera Dheera song
* Lord Shiva’s statue that brings hysterical feeling
* Helicopter and bike stunts of Ram Charan
* Brahmanandam-Hema comedy
* Chiranjeevi’s episode
* Dialogues in first 44 minutes
“This is our movie-our Telugu movie. This is our pride. This is the creation happened with the cognizance of our Telugu director”…would be the feel of every Telugu film lover while watching this film.
Words wouldn’t suffice to explain the experience of technical extravaganza depicted in this film. It’s just spellbinding. The range of Telugu film has gone to a higher plane with this film. The maker Rajamouli and producer Aravind should be appreciated unconditionally. And kudos would go to the technical team that has kept its brilliance to make this movie a wonder.
Keeping the first 44 minutes away the rest of the movie arrests the audiences completely. The first 44 minutes would literally keep the pulse of audiences down and confused. Pale dialogues, insipid scenes between Brahmanandam and Hema, weak portrayal of Chiranjeevi in a senseless scene would let down the audiences.
The real tempo starts as soon as the completion of the song ‘Naakosam nuvvu juttu peekkunte baagundi..’ The momentum develops with the first horse riding scene of Ram Charan chasing a bus. The interval scene hooks the audiences with lot of enthusiasm for sure. And the audiences can never turn their head and blink eye lid from then till climax.
And the audiences come out from theatre with the experience of a rollercoaster ride, with the sound reverberating in hearts, with a heavy hangover of watching a new facet of Telugu cinema.
The film proves to a historical one with respect to patronage of audiences of all classes.
Rating Judgment: The movie scores 4/5 by the virtue of technical values and adventurous attempt. It would have scored bigger if the first 44 minutes were also dealt well with sensible comedy and treatment.
Great Andhra Verdict: It’s good to watch the film as soon as possible.