25 best OSTs this year - a rank.

truly subjective
random order - apart of VTV top position.

!music reviews!

Bottle Awards for the second half of 2010!

Third edition of the coolest movie awards in the whole Universe - Bottle Awards! Named after funny scene from Om Shanti Om, they are given by me, Louella. Every movie that I saw has a chance to get one, no matter if it is from 1998, 1954 or 2010.
Lots of catgories, of course some vanished and some are new, compare to prev editions here.
I'm afaraid that there's none who saw all those mentioned movies in the same time as I did so don't worry if you think I gave some cat a pleasure to rum trough my keybord, skip it and enjoy what you know. What may interest you - search in the box on right or simply ask me or tweet :)

These are given for movies I saw since June 1st till December 29th, that makes more than 280 movies. Ipessive, na? ;) Three centuries in that time.

truly subjective


Stay away from Tees Maar Khan (2010)...

...if you want some thinking. Otherwise, you give it a try, but remember to switch off you brain as I did. That made me enjoy most of the plot, even when I'm allergic to Kat.

And it was funny when I saw Arya Babbar on screen. There's a funny story about him, want to hear?


Suprisingly good! - Benny and Babloo (2010)

It's about two mates that lost their jobs and find jobs in rather odd places - Benny works as bellboy in five star hotel and Babloo is a waiter in ladies bar.
It turns out that the place which seemed safer, better and fair is not what it seemed and even girls that simply has to work in ladies bars are humans too and there's no other choice for them.
But one day the interest of bar and hotel meets and troubles arrives.

I felt like it will be another stupid comedy without much sense. Actually, it's more masala than you think. Greed, love, crime, humanity etc mix up and gives us one, nice movie about, simply, people. What they seem to be adn what they aren't.


Hard knock life - Sontha Vooru (2009)

Really good. Very... Tamil (?) I would say, yet it has a nice Telugu touch, that makes you stick to the reality :)


My first Bhojpuri movie, I'm afraid there's something wrong with me - Kanyadaan

It was fun for me to watch this one. Even if this one is a total family drama, all those twists and turns, they tried everything and there's every possible issue (xD), made me laugh, not cry.

If new we couple want to settle down, her family turns awful, he lefts her to became a tough guy, that is policeman... I'm speechless about the plot xD


Snake the remake - Nagavalli (2010)

Ah, I hate remakes! So much that I even wrote a guide for filmmakers that advise them not to do so ;P
And I wrote much abt the original version here so this one won't be long.


Mini stuff

Mynaa - so sad! Yet very interesting. Liked it so much, it's very gripping and makes youy think, in a good way. Total recommendation.
Altough I don't agree with the revenge plot. Simply for me this isn't a solutionfor certain issues.

Punyam Aham - very artistic.

Ullasa Utsaha - not bad remake, I enjoyed Ganesh in this, Yami has a face that reminds me Sonali in few angles.

Golmaal 3 - sorry to say this, but it was rather awfuly oring for me, way worst than previous Golmaals.

Aithe - deep.

Thoovanathumbikal - TOO GOOD!

Pappi Appacha - OK comedy.

Baabul - boring.


For the ones that ask

An complete list of everything Indian I saw so far. Enjoy!

You can download it HERE, press the green button 'Pobierz plik'. The rar is with a bonus.

Here's one with links to reviews, but it was updated the last time when I finished my 600th movie, so. I promise an update soon!
Both won't be that complete on Monday, as I plan to watch at leats 5 new flicks :P


Chandramukhi strikes again! - Aptharakshaka (2010)

Why? Vishnuvardhan! Sadly it's both his 200th and last movie. And the telugu remake of it, that is scheduled to release this Friday, starring Venkatesh and some of my favorite girls.

In a house where a join family with few daughters lives, strange things starts to happen. So they call a priest. And he knows that there's only one guy to help them!

It was so Arundhati at times, ending and the partly leading lady character.
Anyways, I enjoyed it a lot. I don't consider this one or Chandramukhi scary, rather interesting.
Mantra or Anasuya are scary, not this one (but still much more than Chandramukhi!).

Terrorists, circumstances - Anwar (2010)

I was waiting for this movie, lots of hype. I liked a lot previous flicks from Neerad, this one was good as well. Different, but still not bad.

 - interesting ensemble cast, Prakash Raj, Lal, Nitya and others - works for me, hero has great backing and the story is not being focused on the lead actor but everyone has their moments.
 - Prithviraj. What a performance!
 - Mamta Mohandas, both acting and singing. I totally admire her, she won a battle against cancer, and she decided to go on with Anwar. She wore wigs all the time. Yeah, she hasn't got much to do, really, but anyways.
 - Narration, gripping one but not without drawbacks.
 - Clear ending.
 - Music, Gopi made one of his best albums. Something modern, something motivating, something sad, something muslim. My fave is defenitely Njan! I was waiting for that track ever since I heard that the lead will sing in one pop song.
 - Late flashback and two songs in a relatively short span of time. I think that something more interesting that this usual 'hero-past-sequence-or-what-made-him-do-that' that I am bored of, it's so common in t' or kollywood.
 - Dull moments, so many of them in
 - Over-the-top fights, they could be more real.
 - Pathetic - so the movie is, nearly to make me temorary ill.

Mani Ratnam rocks.

This is how I feel after watching two of his movies in a row - Mouna Raagam and Anjali.
Masterpieces, that's all I want to say.

Rate (for both) - 5
VM - 100%

Fresh air - Band Baaja Baaraat (2010)

So many did recommended me this one, I had no way but watch it. And?
Whoo, really good one. YRF is getting back th BaB spirit? Maybe.

No need of plot, I'm going straight to the point.

Anushka is one of the models that actually can act. And so the newcomer does. Whe I saw the first scenes of BBB, I thought - what? did they took some kannada actor to act for them? Nah, he's good - that was my last impression.

Script and direction - winners. The movies is cliched at moments, but it's not trying to be, you know, like Aisha or other semi-western-muhahaha-modern-romcoms that usually has nothing much to offer than nice cast and some good songs.
This one maybe hasn't got a great music but who cares if everything else is so good?


Intermission junkie - door

Youngsters and city dishoom - Geleya (2007)

I loathe Birugaali, choreographer Harsha next, but hid debut is better. At least - not that mixed up.

Two village guys need to leave their safe homes, love issues, and goes to the city to find a shelter. It's hard so they end up as criminals and their letter burdens forms the rest of the story.

What a terrible remake - Tagore (2003)

This movie is a perfect example of 'how NOT to remake movies'. VV Vinayak should read this...
I consider Ramana, tamil original, Murugadoss's best so far, as it's pure social issues-realted stuff, other plots do not takes that much time.

It's different here.


Une admiration beate

One of the funniest songs ever shot!

Mini reviews again

Hum Saath-Saath Hain - family drama, for Sonali. Liked it, though second half is a drag.

Samanyudu - Jagapathi in good youth-politics thing, only his love plot with Kamna was bit... eww? Especially the beach song, a 'Right here right now' rip off even with Sunidhi singing in Telugu. Mumaith has here one of her best item numbers ^^ And Archana gave her best.

Kutti Pisasae - WTF? Kid with enormous powers? Bit fun, though, loved Ramya Krishna.

Kutty - Arya in Tamil, both the versions aren't for me. But Shriya was nice and Samir/Chyan's dubbing was awful.

1977 - oh, no.

Athey Neram Athey Idam - supposed to be an deep psycho stuff, result? Semi romance with disturbing ending. Does Jai really have such poor taste in scripts?

Manja Velu - Lakshyam once again, prefer telugu. Why? Better heroine, that's one. And somehow the genius of original was lost in translation.

Naan Avan Illai - people are right - this one is one of the worst ever made.

Unnai pol oruvan - defenitely too much, not bad remake but somehow I think I need to try to avoid Kamal.

Sakudumbam Shyamala - funny! Loved Urvasi, she was fab. Plot is very nice, like the change in main character.


One of the best movies I ever seen - Krishnan Love Story (2010)

Oh, so many people recommended me this one!
And how better that Moggina Manasu it was.

So... Wise men say that good movie cannot be told, so i'll move directly to how the movie was :)

Damn, this one is though!

Lovely - Chikku Bukku (2010)

Despite the movie id deeply inspired by LAK and JWM, I find it really nice and it wasn't a waste of time to watch it :)

Careless DJ (Arya) and rather modern girl (Shriya) are caught in the same plane, train and even direction. So they travel together, while the other side of narratons goes back few years and tells what has happend then.


My 700th Indian movie! - Shravana Banthu (1984)

This time it's kannada one :) Reminds me that I need to update this list, because the last time I've done it was like three months ago, that is my 600th Indian movie.
Previous centuries celebreated here - 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th. More to come ;)

I need to thank naya_tweety and cantorindex for being my awesome helpers in exploring kannada movies :)

I've seen only one movie with Dr.Rajkumar before, it was Rekha's debut where I coulnd't apparently find her, but that's another story :P
He was nice there, charming in different kind. Defenitely made an lasting impression.
So once I grabbed Shravana Banthu, I couldn't wait to watch it, once I also found out it has my favorite Urvasi ^^

Fly away with Bips - Pankh (2010)

I saw it mostly because I was just curious. Bips, a girl who's love by many of my friends, including the marvelous Nicky.

I was interesting. And honestly, only if it was release somewhere in Europe, it would gain lots of interest, cause it's not bad, just somwhat too overdone, as possibly the director wanted the movie to deal with too many things.
There's a gender problem, mother problem, father problem, movie industry problem, son problem, love problem, mental problem, belief problem... Too much of problems in just one movie. Confusing, na?

The only thing I liked 100%, I would say even 200%, is Bipasha's character. Mysterious alter ego, how brilliantly acted (and dressed ;)).
Have a little picspam!


Liked it a lot! - Thenmavin Kombath (1992)

I needed to watch it twice to get it well :)
Shobhana and Mohanlal share this awesome chemistry, I want to watch more movies with them! Any reccommendations?

I like the plot, it was gripping. And with some interesting twists, the basic love story was everything but cliched!

Cinematography was awesome. I loved so many shoots, mindblowing.

Music? Hummable.

Bhoomika's show all the way - Missamma (2003)

I loved this movie for this strong, title character. Bhoomika made the movie.
Of course, apart of her Nandi awarded-performance there's good story and others great job, but  this "new" Missamma will remain for me as her movie.
There aren't really much actresses in Tollywood right now that would create such a character with ease, really.
And acting in such flick is a risk too, for actor.
Kudos to Neelakanta. And Sivaji. And Bhoomika. And Vandemataram Srinivas. And Vasundhara Das.

Barbie doll and semi-(Simbu)Karthik - Kanimozhi (2010)

So... average!

There's a guy who writes a diary. Then he sees a girl. And then he falls in love (or maybe it was kadhal at first sight? eh.)
Anyways, now he's dreaming and trying to woo her, with a pressure on the first thing.

I don't know who cated this girl. I decided not to use her name until she would be able to act, so she's anonymus also ithe review of Orange.
Jai was adorable but I don't think I would like such a guy. Too much of maya.
Swati was superb!

Chiranjeevi fights with his dad, Gemini Ganesan - Rudraveena (1988)

This is w-o-n-d-e-r-f-u-l. AMAZING. Loved every scene, every song, every character.

Chiru suprised me (thought he's not able to do so anymore but... suprise!), with a wise performance and wise move, to avoid "commercial" elements in this one. And he proved to be as good as not many in the industry.
Shobhana? Where are the girls that were/are both adorable and talented? Naah, you won't find them until you discover her.
Gemini Ganesan... He aged badly. And yes, his acing is as good as it should be :)

Story has it's moments.

And the music...
Tarali raada is defenitely wonderful. But it's Cheppalani Vundi that is the most mindblowing among perfect score from Ilayaraja:

It's a must-see, totally.

Feast for eyes, what for brain? - Guzaarish (2010)

Boring, but visually lush.
Why have I seen it? I don't know. Maybe the hype worked.

It's a pure visual pleasure.
Switch off your brain and enjoy the visuals because there's nothing else you can do.

Give me a Break ke Baad (2010)

I don't like 70% (80% maybe) of romcoms because they seems so shallow for me. Not only Indian, also US ones and Polish too, they are cute at best.
Thank God that this one wasn't that bad, at least better than IHLS.

When you know someone for a long, long time, it's simple you can't like without him/her. But sometimes a break is needed.


Aa koncham lone yentho nachhave - Orange (2010)

Bhaskar directed his third movie with RCT in lead. It's his third flick too. As Catholic, I consider Three as God's own number that is perfect so anything that has/is three is ideal.
Is Orange so?

I saw it... For Gen? Thanks to Pooja or Hemanth? Telidu. Sonia mostly.
I wanted it to be bad or/and flop. Why? Because 3 hits in a row - it's not good for a guy who just debuted. Same for Karthi. I wish his remake would not fare well. It really cleas your mind up. And another bad movie this year? Doesn't change much, there was Maro Charitra and there was even amazing Vedam so.

I know. My bro's director. I know much more about movie industry than you expect.

We have our angry hero destroying his very own graffiti. Ye?
That's the answer asked by police officer and this angry young man starts to tell his story. A story of all girls he loved.

The very first thing I liked is this mindblowing, huge cast.


Gem - Pak Pak Paakak

Nana rocks. Marathi cinema's great.
God, made marathi movies more accessible for me (especially Sonali's award winning starrer).

The movie is about a boy, Chikhloo. He's bubbly, he's stubborn, he's maybe bit weak in studies. He's focused on pranks, apparently.
His village's placed near a forrest, where Buthya lives. Buthya's is a powerful. Evil thing, they say. But... Is it true?
Chikhloo one day goes to the forrest and...

This movie is defenitely one of the best movies I've ever seen. And I saw quite few.

AP goes scary [once again] - Anveshana (1985)

I love Telugu thillers. I can watch Mantra or Anasuya all over again, maybe Arundhati is not that easy ;)
It was natural for me to try Anveshana, even if Vamsi dissapointed me once or twice recently.

It's about a tiger that's eating people, which living in a forrest nearby people's houses. A girl cames there for a research, also one guy wants to know if the story about puli is true.
If not? If it's a serial killer?

Whoo, amazing!

Punnet and his mom - Vamsi (2008)

I consider Puneet Rajkumar as heir to his dad's throne, good performer, quite multi-talented. And yes, he's the best dancer in S'town :)

Vamsi is about young man who wants to be a policeman. He's got a loving mom, not-that-inteligent-but-pretty-girlfriend and lots of ambitions to change his mother land.
But he has no idea how the police looks like in real...

It was a nice timepass, nothing much, really.


Just trying Chetan - Aa Dinagalu (2007) and Birugali (2009)

I'm keen on exploring kannada cinema but it's tough as I hate remakes and just too much of movies made there aren't original at all.

Aa Dinagalu was splendid, maybe drag at parts but still it wasn't bad. Liked it.
But Birugali was way worst. I don't understand the point of this movie, defenitely messed up. Tough it has one paisa vasol song ;)

Urvasi + Chiru + Rao Gopal Rao + Silk Smitha = *amazed Lou*. Sorry not that, just Rustum (1984)

What a combo! When I saw a movie with Chiru (young Chiru!) on Urvasi's filmography, I couldn't resist. Saw it immidiately and...

Maybe it wasn't something special, but I wasn't much bored or disgusted, rather I was simply enjoying my fav people on screen.

Deepavali... what, the party's over? - Va (2010) and Uthama Putthiran (2010)

Yeah, I know I'm late. But I saw the movie a while ago, just wasn't able to write then.

Va - a meeting of three strangers. I can't say it was bad, but great either, for me.
Shiva was good, so was Charan, Lekha - OK, though she was quite too (?), I don't know, calm? No sign of live was there in her character, was it intentional?

Uthama Putthiran - remake of Ready that's one of my most loved movies. And that's a good remake, after all, maybe the music is bit less adorable, more mass, and Dhanush hasn't got the charm that Ram has and made the movie work.
As in remakes, dialogues are translated, actors changes and that's all. But still this one proves that you need something more than that, which UP certainly has.
One minus - no cinderella plot... Boo!


Here it shines in all it's glory - bolly bloggers grace the cover of BLOGUE!

It took me some time to get the idea (Darshit suggested it, though I was unsure the if to try and then, after few weeks, I've decided to try).
I hope it looks good enough to be worth the hype ;)

So... Introducing the very special cover of BLOGUE, featuring the fantastic bloggers that write about Indian cinema!


Mini set, again and again

I'm sorry, but I'm not able to write at all.

Jhootha hi sahi - Liked it a lot. Adorable! ARR music is not the only pro. And I don't care if Paki looks elder than John, since when the heroine always need to look 15 when the guy can be any age?

Yamaleela & Taqdeerwalla - Another Yama tale and it's hindi remake with Venky. Telugu version is mindblowing while hindi seems to be quite out...budgeted? Though Venky does great job, even with his strange voice.
Ali is a powerhouse, loved his shrewd reactions :) The book thing was wicked!

Dabangg - what a dissapointent. I was like - ugh, it's a super hit? Naah, why it's so bad then? Literally.

Thamizhan - Priyanka's real debut, an WTF Vijay movie. Their duo song is like... Oh, I'm speecheless.

Vaseegara - Nuvvu Naaku Nachhav remake, way worst, even if I prefer Sneha anytime anywhere while Arti=disaster. Vijay just can't carty such a movie on his shoulders in the way Venky does.

Ninne Pedhalatha - oldskul! Tabu was so bindaas, love it + greeku veerudu song.

Chal Mere Bhai - Young Salman? Not for me. I saw it only for Sonali's SA, Sanju was a suprise. Actually, he made me finish it without being much hurt.

Katha Thudarunnu - how good it was! And the ending - so real. Mamta was amazing.

Lahore - an unconventional attempt

I saw this movies in August but it took me that much to finally speak mostly because of my writer's block + school.
And this is not a movie that can be mentioned only in a set of oneliners, no way.

The movie is mainly focused on sports but yet it shows a new way of taking a look at the India - Pakistan thing.

Though I finally wrote this, I'm still quite non-in-a-favour-of-writing so forgive rather confused write-up.

Three words - Kutty Shrank (2010)

Go watch it!
Rate - 5+
VM - 100%

Naanu - Manasaare (2009)

Bhat's movies are different than the rest. I loved one and rather loather another. How about this one?

It's about an useless guy, he's living a live on so-called his own terms, that is: no job, affair with a girl that would never marry him and frequent family arguments.
One day, he ends up in a mental asylum...

I liked acting but I didn't liked the story.


Happy Independence Day!

Yup, the Polish one.

Today we celebrate the end of First World War, that gave us our country back. For more than 120 Poland wasn't present on any map, we were under rule of three countries, each took different part of Poland and we had to do wonders to save our nations. There were an attempts to try revolutions, Napoleon or seek help from Turkey but nothing really worked. Then, the War came and changed everything.
At least, we succeded and now I can proudly say I'm Polish without being bailed for it.
But... We had 20 years of freedom yet... After Second World War we were unlucky to lose our freedom once again. Russians took our country under rule. Till 1989 communism was destroying Poland.
Once again we proved we never give up and after some circumstances like choosing John Paul II as the new Pope in 1978 or Solidarity that came to light and never stepped out of it, we are free now. How happy - it's a different story.


5 things you should avoid while watching any South Indian movie

An bonus to all my previous "xlusive pieces" on SI cinema.
Some fun situtations that are connected with those movies, I just thought 'why not?'. And I'm writing it, while I still find myself doing it. (:P)


Her smile says it all - Sneha Galatta scans

How gorgeous she is... Makes up my issues with her long career in Kolywood with doubt Thamizh knowledge.


Honest, modest and unbeliveable - Jeeva Galatta scans

I liked him a lot ever since I saw SMS, then I managed to watch more and I just can't helf finding him super-awesome, either in duds like Kacheri Arambam or unfair Tamil MA.
I would NEVER belive he's not after any formal training.

Defenitely one of the best directors we have today - Gautham Vasudev Menon Ritz Chennai scans

Scans from Galatta and South Scope are here.
Man, how I just can't love the cover!


Hotter as she ages - Mumtaj Galatta scans

I still can't belive it's the same woman who tried to seduce Venky and Kalyan in Gemini and Khushi, respectively!
Message for all of those worried if I would ever comeback. Yup, I'm quite finishing Doctor Who now, will comeback to watching Indian stuff soon :)


#Rekhatober - where's she in her debut movie?

Because I saw it, three times, and there's no trace. Or I am blind.
So, enjoy another song, my screencaptures are hopeless ;)
[BTW, it's my first movie with Rajkumar! feels good to get a piece of a legend]


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No movie for a boy: being modern girl - Moggina Manasu (2008)

I expected a good movie. But? All I felt after this two something hours was 'I really wanted to see it?'.
I mean it.

So, the movie is about a girl (Radhika Pandit) that just started college. She's extremely exited but rather not about what she can learn.
She meets fellow fresher and they became friends. Then they befriend two gals, seniors that teach them "real" world.
All of them want to find their loves. Will they be happy?



As usual in such cases - Brindavanam (2010)

The movie is aabout a guy who wants to help his girlfriend friend and pretends to be her boyfriend. But it's a telugu movie so the girl's father is rather powerful, her arranged match is crazy in love with her but it's a sick prema + some twist and turns along with lots of dance, action and overall appalouse from specific audence.

Intermission junkie - no smoking


Mini, mini reviews - again

Eww. My b'day was yesterday, apart of lots online wishes the day wasn't that special.
And my block strikes again. Doubled!

Gangster - Emraan fails. He made the movie unwatchable for me, only he could be replaced...

Billa - for me telugu version is way better. Not only cause I don't like Ajith, but logically speaking, there's not so much holes in Meher Ramesh's remake.

Pasanga - marvelous!

Calendar - boring, I failed to get the point.

Parthiban Kanavu - Sneha show all the way.

Indian - I hate movies that talks about communism as it's something great. No way, I know my country history.

Chattanbinadu - yay, Mammootty with kannada accent! That made me watch it!

Janakan - fantastic! Loved it. Well-written.

Raaj the Showman - what is this? Pure WTF made in Sanadalwood, with one good song (Hey Paro), heroine that should be banned from breathing (wear some clothes, gal!) and hero, who's looks are more important than his acting.

Bheema - I don't know why such movies always takes so long to complete. This one's boring, complicated, naive, though the ending's rather disturbing, and overally not for me. But  Vikram... he's the best!

Villu - Prabhu Deva isn't a good director, he's good only while having good script like NvNv. In his thamizh latest, everything fails. And Nayan... She's looking like a make-up store most of the time. There are scenes where she has more lipstick, eyeshadow etc then I had all my life.
Remaded songs - shame. Only Daddy mummy sounds good in tamil.

Malai Malai - liked the particular masala style used here, Vedhika's my weakness.
Two songs (almost 3) are remaded, I hate this, but they sound OK. Loved Prabhu. But... His voice is so disturbing.

Kanden Kadhalai - JWM-hindi*thamizh. What's there in Tamanna? She's too Bebo, if to ask me. And here she's just copying, unlike Bharath, who managed to give his best.
Love the music, especially Odo odo, title song and, ripped, Oru naal.

Anjaana Anjani - there are only two things I liked in this movie - narration and Hairat.
Rest? Pora!

Bhramaram - Mohanlal as a guy who's taking revenge. Bhoomika was suprising, Lal was a usual terrific!
Narration failed, I was damn confused and the ending wasn't good shaped.

Pokkisham - boring! I loved the theme but... It was just too drag at parts, though the edning is perfect.
Loved Padmapriya, it was suprising to see Bindhu Madhavi in a tamil movie + she was reading Galatta :P

Inkosari - hmm, it's like Pokkisham. But it's still less drag, it has superb comedy by Venella Kishore. And one superb song by Shweta Pandit ^^

Idhi Sangathi - what is this? Tabu, nuvva? Raja had funny part ;) Awful, I can't belive the same guy made AB.

Anbe Sivam - jeez, Kamal. There's no possible way for me to like him. Maddy was my pillar of focus there, witha a rather confusing act that's good in it's own way.

Renigunta - marvelous.

Nanithale innukum - pimp up my Classmates? Liked few songs and that's all.

Vishaka Express - what is this? Disaster.

Arindhum Ariyamalum - what happend to Vishnu that he's not making such movies anymore? This and Pattiyal are his bests till date, no doubts.

Yagam - LOL :P Navdeep as hero that's earning by kissing cobras + Kim Sharma bikini + Bhoomika at her girlish best.

Pramani - Mammootty's not hero, he's not the villain! So...

Gayam and Gayam 2 - why to sequel when there's an final end? Anyway, I liked RGV movie but the recent one... Somehow it's more "trying to be appealing" why the director should just mind his bussines.

Mummy & Me - Urvasi all the way, but Archana is OK too. Loved Kunchako Boban, he looks 17! Somehow the story isn't appealing for me.

Raju Maharaju - despite of having small part, Ramya Krishnan rocked! LOL at some songs. And the good girl-turned-villain. The ending is riddiculous. Sharwanad can't even look good here! Songs, the kaleja number and cowboy song are rather shameful than catchy. Adn Mohan Babu was OK though sometimes I had feeling that his character was so unreal. The story is terrible and that's the point.

Dream Girl - loved it! But... I think Hema grew old in a rather unfavorable way, as seen in LCMD, for example. Dharmendra is too good.

Laaga Chunari Mein Daag - naive like nothing else. Totally. Abhi has role that's not much longer than usual cameo, actually, while Konkona and Kunal saves the movie with some antics.
Well, minus lots of drama and naive factor, the movie is pretty good.

Housefull - nice comedy, but Heyy Babyy was better :P Telugu spoken there is terrible, even mine's better.

Yavarum Nalam - not that scary but OK.


Vintunnava - another pichhi remake idea (my b'day special)

Once I tweeted about how great it would be to see the remake of Arrasu, kannada hit that had Puneet, Meera Jasmine and Ramya love triangle.
The drama was romba over, especially near climax, though last 10-5 minutes makes impression that you just have seen good movie.

I know the so-called poster is looking damn strange and Anushka-Mahesh combo may not work perfectly as seen in Khaleja but... I just couldn't help myself to use it as in contrast to a lyric from YMC song.

Enjoy another stupid post!

Chellam, this one's (again) for you!

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