Bhumika Chawla, who started her second innings after her marriage, is all set to turn even spicier in coming days. The reason for her sudden exposure is her desire to again the top actress slot and to establish as a senior actress in south Indian cinema industry. Recently, she has done a super hot photo shoot in which she almost exposed her two assets.
Recently, her spicy stills baring her breast are seen on the internet and these photos have ignited a brawl in her family life. Bhumika is seen in a long length gown revealing her cleavage and almost her whole curves. The actress is also seen lying on a carpet with a wooly scarf covering her secret parts on her chest and the item in between her legs. These spicy stills have earned the “Khushi” actress Rs 12 lakhs and the photo shoot was done before Ganesh chaturthi. Now, these still were seen on the internet and have created her brawl in between her and her husband Mr. Thakur. Bhumika promised her husband that she will stay out of glam roles after marriage.
But according to sources, this lady met a budding magazine editor in a night club and on his advice has opted for a spicy photo shot for his magazine. The latest friendship of her with the young editor and the recent photo shoot is making Bhumika’s husband Bharat Thakur go for a split and sources say that the relationship has deteriorated further from the past 15 days and may head for a legal split.
Kotha Bangaru Lokam Copied Scenes
Bhumika Chawla is ready for another heroine-oriented film titled Alivelu Manga in the direction of Kodi Rama Krishna and being produced by Chitram Teja.
This flick will be made in the lines of Vijayshanti’s Pratighatana, and Rajasekhar’s Ankusam.
Another heroine will also be there alongside Bhumika. Kalyani Malik will score the music.
The film unit says that the subject would be of revolutionary in nature. Bhumika earlier acted female oriented films like Missamma, Anasuya and Mallepuvvu and obtained critical appreciation.
Banner: Three Angels Studio
Cast: Nara Rohit, Vedhika, Sayaji Shinde, Ranadheer, Rajeev Kanakala, Bhanuchander, AVS, Sivanarayana, Ragini, Giridhar etc
Music: Mani Sharma
PRO: BA Raju
Cinematography: Anil Bandari
Director: Chaitanya Dantuluri
Producer: Seshu Priyanka
Release date: 16th Sep 2009
The movie raises curtain for Nara Rohit, the new actor from political family. As the title sounds, it’s a serious flick and let us see how far the expectations were met.
Bhagat Panigrahi (Nara Rohi) is an IPS aspirant who happens to the son of an ex-naxalite Sekhar Panigrahi (Sayaji Shinde). Subba Lakshmi (Vedika) is a Brahmin girl who gets betrayed by husband and in laws and also loses her father. Bhagat rescues her from a Railway Station and takes her to his house.
On the other hand Shakti Patnaik (Ranadheera), an anti social element holds entire system in his control and rules as per his whims and fancies in a place called Ranasthali. An incident drives Bhagat on Shakti and thus he develops turbulence with him.
Finally who wins on whom is not a question! But how one wins on other? That forms the subject.
Nara Rohit: His character goes in underplaying mode. He looked good on screen with sharp features but limited his performance with just 2-3 expressions on a whole. He seems to have got fixed up in rigidity in some scenes. He needs to develop ease in face and body to rock ahead as commercial hero. His voice is sounding good with huge base tone.
Vedika: She has perfectly grooved in the role of a Brahmin girl and acted as per the requirement without over acting or under playing.
Sayaji Shinde is ok as naxalite while Bhanu Chander and Rajeev Kanakala are perfect as police cops. Ranadheer of ‘Happy Days’ and ‘Yuvatha’ fame has played well as antagonist. He looked like JD Chakravarthy in some angles.
Technically the movie is sound and especially music, songs, cinematography and editing worked well.
Director has shown enough flair in showing symbolisms. Some mentionable scenes those depict the caliber of director:
* Showing the photos of Bhagat Singh and Che Guevara parallel to father and son respectively, to denote their ideologies
* Jasmines in the plait of heroine losing color to denote that she sat at the same place whole day in Railway Station
* Showing Sri Sri’s ‘Mahaprasthanam’ in hero’s hands when he revolts on anti social elements for the first time
* Showing Rs 2/- currency note in the hand of Sayaji Shinde to demonstrate the atmosphere of 1989
* Geetanjali movie running in a theatre, again to depict that was 1989
* Showing the ship named ‘Shikari’ when the villain shoots a character and kills
* Hero holding ‘sutthi and kodavali’ in climax fight to portray his ideology (as the villain holds ‘trisoolam’ in his hand, it can be understood as fight between theism and atheism)!
All the above scenes say that director has some mettle in him. At the same time the director has missed the opportunity to portray 1989 atmosphere on screen in better way with Art Department. Budget might have become a hindrance to it; otherwise it would have become something bigger than Tamil movie ‘Subramaniapuram’, brought into Telugu as Anantapuram. Other than showing Ambassador Cars, wall posters and red capped police constables, nothing else was shown that pumps in nostalgic feel.
Lack of required humor
The movie is serious but sensible. The debut venture of Chaitanya Dantuluri as director is commendable. Nara Rohit also has shown good screen presence although he needs to shine himself with respect to performance and demonstrating histrionics. The limitation in the movie is lack of comedy. The plus point in this is subtle dialogue by Gandham Nagaraju of ‘Gamyam’ fame. Other added glitters are background score by Mani Sharma, beautiful songs and cinematography.
First half of the movie runs serious but promises something interesting in second half. But the second half also runs in similar tempo without any twists or turns. The narration is very well within the limits of audience’s thought periphery but not out of the box.
On a whole, the movie definitely appeals for class audiences but it should go with aggressive publicity to reach masses.
Bottom Line: Worth Watch for a serious treat