As you may know, my laptop is broken. This means, for example, no movies. So I haven't seen anything for two months now (really) and thus I have nothing to say (cancelled my plans for some Silk Smitha tribute), I will carry on tweeting, tumblring and will continue writing here ASAP I will fight all odds.


Happy Birthday, dear Masala w Bigosie!

WOW, it's been two years since I started writing this blog... can't believe it! Thank you for the support, dear Readers!


How I met Karthi (and Pranitha. and Raju Sundaram!)

Week ago I was taking a train home while my friend Grus phoned me and said that another Indian movie is being shot in Cracow. I was delighted to hear that now Kollywood tried shooting in Cracow and surprised that no one other than Karthi has came to my town!
Proudly speaking, it is great that three videos for Saguni are picturarised in Poland :) I met Karthi quite near my house, funny that the curch where I was baptised etc is going to appear in a tamil movie, unbeliveable!

I met Karthi, Pranitha and Raju Sundaram. Raju was shocked that I recognized him - I just have a good memory for faces :) Pranitha was extremely sweet and Karthi... uber-cool. I was so fangirling (told him, for example that he made my heart stop etc, really!), and Karthi was like a normal guy to me and my friend, no star issues. Unlike, for example Bachchan saab - I wanted to write something about his recent stay in Cracow but... I was quite dissapointed and opted-out from the idea.
Anyways, I wish that some more movies could be shot here - let Poland be tha new Switzerland! :D


All the best, Tollywood!

Telugu Film Industry is celebrating today 80th anniversary of the release of Bhakta Prahlada, the first sound movie in Telugu.
Wishing Tollywood happy bday! More Maya Bazars, less Saleems :P

I know all this from my friend's awesome blog :)


Mini reviews!

Money Money More Money - they wanted it to be hillarious, for me it's just riddiculus.

Andamaina Abatham - Raja could be such a fine actor only if he tried to change his image... Suprising number of misc significant telugu character artists aka "that man who shows up is nearly every movie" or "that woman who always play mean aunty".  

Daggaraga Dooranga - I missed Sumanth so much... It's great that he's back. And even better that Vedhika is back in action. I really liked them together! And the movie... sometimes lack logic but cool songs make it up :P  

Danger - messed up. BTW, it's from 2005 and starts people like Swati (yeah!) or Allari Naresh.  

Ullam Ketkumae - one of the best "youth flicks" I even seen.  

Prem Kahani - cute movie but also hard-hitting. Loved the songs.  

Veppam - only first half, somehow I am not able to watch more... Maybe later.  

Bbuddha Hoga Terra Baap - Puri rewaorks his South ways for Bollywood. It's good but despite Big B, it lack some suspence in story. Average.

Hey, isn't Main Chali from Force just a new version of Manasa from Munna?

Yeah, it's slightly modified but still - if mister Jeyaraj would have read my basic guide how to remake movie, he wouldn't do that to Force. I mean to remade every song? Chi.


3 mini movie reviews + one mini music review

First the music review - Dhookudu! After cool songs for rather bad movie, I mean Khaleja, I was expecting something nice from Thaman S, as Dhukudu is one of the very few Mahesh movies without Mani Sharma music.
Well, last year was great for Thaman but in 2011... I didn't liked much any of his albums, even Vandhaan Vendraan. Kandireega was just OK, Mirapakai was awful. I miss OSTs like Eeram, Brindavanam or Ragada. Guess 2011 it's not Thaman's best year...
The only song I really liked is the title one, rest is passable.

And now, films :)

Kandireega - so fun! Guess I haven't seen a good mass movie in a while, but this one is good. Sonu Sood is a scene stealer! Only the dubbing... Second half is better, and Hansika was slightly less annoying. Ram rocks.

10th Class - wanted to watch something with Sunaina after her tamil debut. Sharvanand was credited Bharat? WTF. Overally, veeery "vintage" movie. Funny if with Rajni Filter.

Chillar Party - so cool!! Loved it!


Complete waste of... everything - Veera (2011)

I watched this one only because I was bit bored and most of masala flicks enables me to switch off my brain for like 2h, so I watched Veera. Exept movies like Neninthe, Ravi Teja's movies are damn repetitive. I can watch them with my eyes closed and still know what's happening.

Veera is a movie that has crappy mass songs, one probably badass heroine (come on, Kajal?? She can play dumb princess, not a kabbadi player!), cool yet rather dissappering second heroine, creepy villains, annoying comedy... And a hero, who can do everything except the stuff only Rajni can do.
Ain't good this movie is, watch it only if you like feel brain-screwed. I did. After watching. Ouch.
And that song, with Taapsee, for example, singing in toilet or wearing fugly wigs...



Hey there. My name is Sarah and I was hoping for some advice. I could really do with a list of films that have romantic jealousy as a theme within the film. I've never seen a Bollywood film and I was hoping to do something for my degree. Haven't got a clue where to start looking. If you could suggest any films or websites or anything to help me, that would be amazing.

Great blog by the way xx

Right now, I have no idea. Any help guys?

I knwo movies that have jealouse as a one of light themes, like Dev D, I can't find in my head a movie completely about jealousy... Probably there's something malayalam from the golder era...

Taapsee appreciation post

Samantha appreciation post


Mini reviews.

Lion of Punjab - I wanted to watch some straight punjabi movie but this one turned out to be just a remake. Remake of one of my fav Vikram movies, Dhool. It was very much like the tamil original, frame-to-frame. I detested the lead heroine, she was defenitely unimpressive. The second one was fun, and her songs were awesome. The last one, with chorus - "I am fine as Kareena, but you are no where close to Saif". And one thing - that guy in lead can dance!

Christian Brothers - Mohanlal to the rescue 24/7. 3 hours, loved Dileep in it.

404 Error Not Found - pretty weird...

Shaitan - reminds me that movie with Keira Knightley. Kalki rocks.

Hududga Hudugi - Johared! Lots of "hot" ladies in the cast, though. Ileana, Lekha, Anitha, Sada...

Tera Mera Saath Rahen - nice one, Sonali did a great job.

Kannodu Kaanbathellam - I expected something usual, yet it was good. Watched all that southies with Sonali, I feel proud :D Mission accomplished!


Dhada music review

on a request :) BTW big hug for Ashok for everything!

DSP is not a bad compositor but somehow he just stopped evolving.
And the amount of songs he is used to remade from himself - almost every hit or underrated song, from Ringa Ringa to Manmadhuda.

Any idea about this magazine?

 Apparently it's entitled Starz so I guess it's somehow a continuation of Maa Stars? Maa Stars wasn't a bad magazine, maybe somehow different than, for example South Scope or Galatta... (All three were analised here on my blog and I even posted some scans :))
Layout is similar, even photoshoots. Just can't find any info about this thing online, just one issue with two lang versions.

Liked that Kajal cover, it's nice. Shame I can't read telugu xD
Why is Rana in every possible magazine these day? Really annoying, sorry. I don't find anything special about him, sorry.

Click more to read :)


Four movies you must watch, trust me.

Broker  - RP Patnaik made the music, script, story and directed the whole thing, and also plaed the lead character of Ganapathi.
Two things I didn't liked - weird comedy track and item numbers - commercial elements not needed in this movie cause it's pretty known that social issues-related movies won't get too much recognition or make much money. Yeah, Tagore. But how commercial this movie was, comparing it to the tamil original.
I liked the amazingly gripping plot. And Srihari - he was awesome, as usual!
Kudos to RP Patnaik! Watch this now, I am telling you.

Elsamma Enna Aankutty - my new favorite malayalam movie!
Loved how strong the lead character of Elsa was. And songs are great. And story was great. Liked that cute romance plot :) Only that Sherin girl annoyed me a lot, but I guess it was the purpose of her character. Kunchako Boban was adorabs.

Lavakusa - classic! NTR was such a splendid actor. I realised it only after watching some of his classic mythological movies like this one. Bobilli Puli, for example, was pretty bad.

Mynaa - NOW!!!! I rewatched it like 1000 times.

New (or at least recent) tamil (one bilingual) releases.

Kanden - finally Shantanoo started acting. Loved this movie! Maybe it's pretty weak in terms of story telling but... Do I care? ;)

Venghai - Hari is a good director, yet sometimes I just don't like his movies. Like I liked Thamizh or Saamy but Vel or Aaru? No way. This movie, despite great Dhanush and Prakash Raj plus great second song - that one by Karthik, hasn't impressed me. And you know that I don't like Tamanna at all.

Bhavani - badass Sneha. Well... everything in this movie could be better.

180 - great visuals, lack of gripping plot. Great acting by leading ladies.

Avan Ivan - I really liked it! Despite my dear Githa's rather not favourable review, I find this movie really entertaining and touching. Good music. Surya SA was dissapointing though. Vishal - damn, I bet he totally made

Deiva Thirumagal - very good! Amazing! I agree that last hour was dragging, but all performances by the lead (and supporting to, of course) cast were splendid. Comedy was also good. And the ending... I loved the original, so big thumbs up for Vijay as he "adapted" the story well :)

Thambikottai - Poonam is one of my favorite girls, really. Narain is cool too, yet this movie... Wasn't that good. Meera was OK but her character was lacking substance (yay, it's weird - I sound like some masala-brained critic...)


4th Bottle Awards.

You may know my very special and also very own film awards. I give them every 6 months, check winners in the prev editions here.

I am awarding all the movies I saw since December till today. I don't know how many of them I watched... Many, that's sure :) 300? Probably.
I don't care about lang, it just must be Indian, and year - every possible one. 2011 or 1987, I don't care. Good movie is good whether it premiered two moths ago or fourty years ago.
I've shorten the categories a bit.

5 reasons why I don't want to watch my 1000th Indian movie

1. What next?
I mean it will be quite an achivment. And I'll lose the whole motivation, the kick from being Polish girl who watched nearly 1000 to some rubbish expert that watched more than this.

2. No more good movies!
Even now it's hard to amaze me, much much harder than 400 movies ago.
And I will run out of movies one day... Like I don't have much movies with my fav actors and actresses to watch.

3. Boredom.
To be frank, I rarely watch a movie that is completely free of cliches or/and it uses it in cool, new way. Honestly, most of Indian filmmakers just don't like to experiment.
It's like this not only in India though.

4. I still know nothing.
Yeah. I know nothing about movies. It makes me sad that probably I will never know much and people will see first a gori in me, then a fellow fan.

5. Not much time for that...
Well, this is not a reason that is my fault. Seriously, month of holidays and I don't think if I watched more than 10 new movies since end of school?
Sad but true.


Kannada answer for Sheela Ki Jawani...

This sandalwood trend to copy Bollywood is a #fail.
And Ramya... She looks good, but not actually sexy...



WOW, 10th issue already! Thanks for making it big guys, thanks to all bloggers and readers!

This issue has everybody once again featured plus regular bloggers feature, this time double, and other stuff rather doubled too.

This time you can't download it, sorry. But this is just an experiment, as I want to know how many people read BLOGUE. As it will be published online only, on Issuu, I will know the exact number of views and after crossing 1000, I'll make it downloable.

Have a good read then!


This is my amazing wall

Rocks, na? ;)

Well, this is my wall of cool stuff. There are things that shouldn't be there, like lots of SRK, and stuff I always forgot to paste there, like my favorite bands. Guess the space left it little ;)
There's Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood etc. - lots of Indian Cinema-related stuff, in genelar. But also there's a Doctor Who poster, toy TARDIS, two Keep Calm posters - one with Ian Somerhalder and another with Benedict Cumberbatch. Plus they are also somewhere else. I have two little poscards with "vintage" educational Indian posters, they are great.
You may ask why Leonardo? It's one of my fav paintings and I also joke alot that Cecilia's my bro girlfriend xD Cinema Paradiso - easily one of the best movies ever made.
Near Malaika and that 'Save the planet, Kill yourself' thing, there's a cute postcard with Sonali dancing with Govinda, my sis bought me this one.
In the middle, there's a lovely ad for some Indian clothing company. I adore it, though I have no idea about the company at all xD It's great and cheers me up sometimes.
That paper with written Surya, Vishal, Prabhas, Mahesh, NTR Jr on it, is pretty old. Two, three years since it's on my wall. Sometimes, when I get a superb idea, I write it down on it :)
And yeah, I hate Fashion but I love the poster designs and that two litte posters were a gift from my sis.
It's above my bed, I fall asleep while looking at it, like a boss.

How do you like it? :) For me it's splendid :D


I wonder about having some fashion police section here...

What you think, guys?

Why Anushka? Only to draw attention :D

Stupid Faces of Indian Cinema X

Une admiration beate

People who don't watch kannada movies... guess the rest of this sentence ;P

Trisha in 2000. RARE!

She's singing this song without knowing the words :P
She said that cinema is not her cup of tea... Yeah, we were supposed to belive you.

Une admiration beate

Cause it's a year since I adore Jiiva!
Read my review of SMS here, it was my first Jiiva movie :)

Une admiration beate

Anyone can tell me in which tamil movie that thing from, for instance, 1:20, was used in BGM?


Random thoughts after watching Force trailer

Watch the trailer first, then read my ramblings.

1. Kaaka Kaaka forever and the dwo days after that. Surya totally changed his fate after that movie and earlier Nanda. Which watching made Jyothika recomend Surya to the director, and then, while shooting, they felt in love with each other. And had to wait 5 years (yes! Surya narrated the whole story in some talk show.) for their parents to agree for them to marry. Today they have two cute children and are perfect :)


Another reason why I don't get the point of Daboo Ratnani's calendar.

Asin photo from the 2011 edition has been doing rounds in my circle of friends during January. Most if them didn't liked it, me neither. And as I was browsing google today to find some Sonali Bendre pictures (yeah, over 800 on my herddrive is not that much:P), I found this:

It's also clicked by Daboo.
Now compare to the Asin one.

Get some inspiration, man!

Mini again.

Dum Maaro Dum - pretty good, yet I don't get the point of Bips' character.

Arjunan Sakshi - well, it could be better... but I am not complaining.

Dharti - punjabi. WTF - who goes to a club and dances, wearing a coat? Overally it was gripping. And, damn, Jimmy is 40 years old - when he will stop playing students?

Prema Kavali - that deserves a full review :D

Sapoot - speechless? Erm. Like Sonali a lot.

Stupid faces of Indian Cinema IX

Stupid faces of Indian cinema VIII


Mini reviews.

Best Actor - Mammootty good as usual, nice movie. Loved the dialogue abt RGV :P

Diljale - ahh, I've been listening to

Zakhm - sooooo good.

Cocktail - boring... But I liked the ending.

Zakhmi Aurat - kannada action flick with Prema in lead as a cop dubbed into hindi. That was weird, yet the movie was pretty... entertaining. In a weird way :D

Marykkundoru Kunjadu - I like it :)

Goonda - whooooo, Radha and Chiru = always. Plus Silk Smitha and Rao Gopal Rao, my favest villain of all time!

Prema Nakshatram - love this cute train song!

Ride - rather bad. And hey, it's a mallu flick. Not the hindi one, I reviewed it before.

Abhinandana - I had no idea that Bewafa it's a remake of it... Seriously, this one was great, Bewafa is awful. Loved Shobhana-Karthik, great songs.



Amaluu of Bollystalgia graced the cover and blogger special.

Githa wrote her thing and Prathna edited stuff.

Thanks for reading and be prepared for fully loaded 10th anniversary issue! :)

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My 900th Indian movie watched - Prema Nagar (1971)

This time, as I am usually much more into recent movies than classics, I chosed a legendary romance starring the great ANR and Vanishree. Why this one? I really don't know. Probably because of that I like classics most of the time plus ANR is much more my man, I think, than NTR.

Previous centuries - 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,7th,8th.
I am sorry for not updating this list. One day I'll do it, give me some time.


Why I am so interested in Indian cinema?

I have no idea how many times I heard many variations of still the same question: Why you, Polish chick, care about movies made somewhere you have never been in your life? Why?

Nagarjuna would shout YE?! but I'll simply explain this matter to you :)


SI music reccommendations for @TheMasakkali! Part I

My new lovely twitter buddy, music lover that wants to get to know some great songs. So... That's why this post. Hope you don't mind.
I am shitty when it comes to writing about music, really, I always end up writing about movies than it's OSTs, so pardon me that. And this one is chaotic. Hope the next part will be better.

As SI cinema is parted into 4 four industries, one for each state and lang. Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam. Some of India's greatest talents hails from there, like Rahman or Ilayaraja or Keeravani.

Among all these four langs, I don't have my favorite. I used to think that Kannada is ugly but... That view of mine changed when I heard some songs which lyrics were written in a way that changed my opinion. Like Chalisuva Cheluve or Nadheem Dheem Thana.
The hardest South lang to sing is is defenitely Malayalam but it does not stop Udit Narayan or some other North guys sing some Telugu or Tamil songs in a way that it doesn't really sound like this lang. And I don't mean it in a good way.

My first Tamil OST I ever heard was the one by Harri Jayaraj for Goutham Menon's Vaaranam Aayiram. I heard it even before watching the movie, thanks to ApunBindaas :)
I don't remember which Telugu album was my first. Probably Pokiri as it was my first Telugu movie. I saw it in cinema, it was awesome!
Malayalam or Kannada? No idea.

There is one thing I hate about South Indian music - it's sometimes so underrated.

Mass or class? Who cares. I adore Vijay Anthony, whose kuthu or whateva numbers are really catchy for me, but AR Rahman is my fave too.

I can't list my favorite South composers. That list would be a) long b) shallow c) I don't like most of composers completely, like, for example, Yuvan Shankar Raja, only some of his albums appeals to me d) because of my low self-esteem I think all such lists by me will be shitty e) my taste is eclectic and weird f) I hate music remakes! Any everybody does that...
I will just write a bit about people that matters in all these woods, mention some songs - google them of play the video :) Next post will be a continuation of my coposers ramblings, ma ybe I'll start talking about singers :)

Une admiration beate



Mini set.

Khakee - great music, cruel and naive Ash, stunning Akshay... Well-written and gripping.

Videsh - Preity was a-m-a-z-i-n-g! Love the last 20 minutes.

My Bollywood Bride - at least it wasn't as awful as I expected, watchable but still no good.

Parineeta - classic.

Best of Luck - only Urvasi was worth it.

Haan Maine Pyar Bhi Kiya - ugh, how boring.

Before the Rains - awesome.

Blue - I can write a post titled 'How to make an unwatchable movie with sooper-dooper budget'.

Page 3 - real good!

Barood - pretty epic, in the funny sense :P

Aag - Sonali's debut. She had really short part, and the whole movie was very South.

700th post! Call it a journey, whatever.

Can't belive this! Thank you for being with me and reading my crap.


Eighth BLOGUE!

Beth loves BLOGUE? I hope so :)

Thanks to my team and fetures blogger. I  just want to say that I'll need all these lovely people who ever been in BLOGUE before soon, for something special connected to 10th issue :)

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Worst than its silly title - Naughty @ 40 (2011)

I saw this movie only because I was quite curious what will happen to Forty Years Old Virgin when Govinda plays the lead.

Awful things.

Forty Years Old Virgin is like a Mani Ratnam movie and Naughty @ 40 seems to be something smashed by Kjo widely-appreciated genius.


What happend to National Awards?

Yesterday I sat with handy iPad and the news about National Awards for 2010 suprised me. National Awards are like sunshine in Poland - you never know when it happens, but it's a rather rare thing.

I was reading the list of winners peacefully, oh so proud of South Indian industries as it truly ruled this year (again!), and then I saw strange word among familiar ones. Dabangg. I remember watching this movie - I was bored and expected something at least bit better. Post Dabangg bang I am experiencing Sonakshi hiccup - she is everywhere, does she deserves  that?
Back to National Awards, National Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment is these days mostly given to movies like Oye Lucky Lucky Oye but 30 years ago, K Viswanath's classic, Sankarabharanam, have won this award.

And there's no comparison between the legend and the... Oh, I don't know what Dabangg is. Nothing good, that is sure.

The funny thing is that National Awards comitee/jury refused to award best movie in Telugu at least few times saying that they are not good enough.

So... Dabangg is better than them? Than Vedam, than Happy Days, than Andari Bhanduvaya, than _____________?
Sorry, no. Not for me. And probably not for 3/4 people who read my blog.

I consider movies awards lame - they are never totally just, as sometimes lobbies work, sometimes my view is different. That's why I think that my very own Bottle Awards rocks - they are mine! ;D

Last five years National Awards used to both amaze and shock. Like Priyamani's award or the ones for Konkona Sen Sharma - truly deserved. But Priyanka Chopra? Saif Ali Khan? Come on...
Sometimes I think that somehow performances like Surya's in VA tend to be not actually recognized nationally.

Anyways, I want to congratulate Dhanush, Saranya and everyone who had won this year! :)


(Ek) Khiladi Ki Kahani part 16 to x - Mr Bond, Yeh Dillagi, Waqt, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Sangharsh, Aankhen, Ek Rishtaa, Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Angaaray, Tarazu, Suhaag, Ajnabee...

Yeah, this post will be rather long :) I am totally into Akshay Kumar these days, he's one of the very few reasons which makes me watch Bollywood movies at all, as I prefer less-west infected things like tamil masala or anything so-called regional.


56 'name' songs

Name is a fence and within it you are nameless.  ~Samuli Paronen

Amaluu wrote a similiar post just when I was in the middle of developing one of mine, very similar. So I dropped the idea but the, after some time, I thought - why not?
So... Enjoy some of my most favorite 'name' songs :) The order is quite random. I know even more of them but I've menationed only those I like that much so I don't mind listening to them once while :)

Before seeing what songs I've chosen, I want to share a story about myself. My real-life name is Teresa (actually I dunno why I am using Lou so often but this is a different story), I inherited it after my mom. When I was in kindergarten, a movie entitled Cześć Tereska (English: Hello Tereska; Tereska is a childlish form of Teresa) was realeased and literally it turned my life into a hell. Not the theme (it's about a girl, Teresa, who hails from a poor family and then she starts to drink, take drugs, smoke, prostitute and probably it hasn't got an happy end). Even today, after 10 years. when I introduce myself, most of the people are telling me about that movie. Arghh!
I pity all Sheilas.

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Engeyum pudusu? - Engeyum Kadhal (2011)

Why all the love stories must be labeled as innovative? Naaaaaaaaah. Since months (years?) in my life I watched just few romances that were actually innovative. But apart from being different they weren't agressively promoted as such ones (exept for VTV) and they worked because of word of mouth.
Prabhu Deva again proves, this time with his latest Engeyum Kadhal, that without good script he is an irredeemable director. NvNv worked because of new, appealing to AP audience story. Pournami is awful. Shankar Dada Zindabad failed badly, as a remake of Lage Raho Munna Bhai. Villu was a flop too and Wanted was a hit only because the masala stuff in it was sort of new for hindi audience.

Engeyum Kadhal will be remembered only for nice music. And from my side - good-looking Jayam Ravi.

Surprisingly good - 100% Love (2011)

I hardly anticipated this one. Only Githa's tweets made me watch it. And? I would regret not trying this one?

Tamanna (yes, I use the "old" version of her name, I am not able to remember that new one, actually it's bit weird) and Chaittu (that's Naga Chaitanya) - defenitely I don't like them much. Sukumar is someone who made few unlike movies in the past, such as grey-shaded Aarya 2 or Jagadam that pointed out what is appealing in voilence to today's youth.
After I read in the April issue of South Scope that this one is simple, I was puzzled.
And I have to admit - 100% Love only seems simple!


Santosh Sivan's masterpiece - Urumi (2011) review

Before watching this one, I rewatched Asoka like five times. Why? Because it's epic and also period. I was bit worried if Santosh Sivan will fall into some cliches after making one genius movie of such sort before.

And after watching Urumi... Darn! It's too good! Asoka was good but this is even better! (and has no SRK doing his siginificantly annoying gestures and faces :P:P)

Nobody really knows that Vasco Da Gama wasn't only a genius explorer but... he was cruel. And while he is gaining fame in Portugal, one boy grows up. He has golden urumi and wants to take a revenge on him.
But how's that connected to a modern guy that is taken to Kerala from Goa?

Ah, that movie is defenitely one of the best this year, this decade... All of the time.
Why? Let me explain.

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I don't think it was necessary to remake Vedam - Vaanam (2011)

Vedam was alone too good to be even considered to have a remake. But somehow I still watch remakes even if I don't like them at all... But I like Simbu. And Anushka. And Krish is an interesting director too.
I don't think I have to go deep with the plot, let's go straight ahead to the movie itself.

Puri Jagan garu, what you want from us? - Nenu Naa Rakshasi (2011)

I have no idea what to write about this one, apart from saying it was rather very bad. Not even bad that's good, but serious crap.
Even superb Subbaraju or Mumaith Khan won't change my mind.
Thank God - right after this one I saw Urumi and it was like watching TMK and then Sholay.


Seventh BLOGUE - the lucky one? I hope so!

Well, well - two cooperative teammates makes me work so fast. And few school-free days also matters :)

This issue is epic not only because it looks relatively good but also because it's the first issue with our new team member, Prathna! She became the editor, while I am more or less the one who does everything expect special pieces by Githa - obviously she's the feature writer :)

Prathna is also on cover cause she's the special blogger guest this month. And she has two covers. Ye? One is crazy, other is plain. I relesed the colorful one at first then she asked me for something plainer. Her wish was my command so the cover which actually appears in the .pdf file is the simple one, back one is that first one. And personally? I think both are awesome, some serious editing from me.

Only 16 pages. The underrated previous issue has more pages but they weren't actually "interactive" so... Anyways, I think you are quite used to BLOGUE being thin. I like to call it compact, though. But - I promise. The 10th issue will be HUGE. Two bloggers and one, big suprise!

And hey, I've noticed an awful lack of feedback on BLOGUE lately. What happend? Let's fix it!

So... Enjoy!

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Three oneliners.

Psycho - uh, erm... fail?

Red Alert - that was good!

Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke - nice, bit boring tough.


(Ek) Khiladi Ki Kahani part 15 - Bewafaa!

I have no idea why such movies are being made. So much drama, of course - probably lots of scope for the actors to perform but... Who will watch them actif the whole thing is rather unwatchable?
For me, because I am defenitely not a sucher for drama. I remember my suprise while watching something, long long time ago, while I was just a kid then, a movies without any comedy. Not a sideplot or something, but without any more or less funny scene. I am sucher for nice comedy, not for drama. But when it comes to actors I love, I will watch anything. Even the worst stuff ever made.
Yes, call it dedication but it's kind of stupid tough. Cause a movie like Bewafa is painful to me.

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