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  • Top Goriest Kills In South Indian Cinema

    Films are often criticized for promoting violence and the other hand, filmmakers and actors have time and again stressed upon their obligation towards their respective art forms. It’s a by-product of the raging debate over whether art imitates life or vice versa. However, there is no denying that we have been exposed to violence throughout our history and it seems only necessary for art to reflect upon it and films are no exception. Here’s a list of five films with some of the most violent scenes in recent times, although this is by no means an exhaustive list. Read more at

  • Review: Lucia Is A Smart Thriller

    Pawan Kumar’s Lucia, a Kannada film starring Neenasam Satish and Shruthi Hariharan, is a smart thriller which blurs the line between dreams and reality and considering the budget it was shot in, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that it’s quite an achievement.

  • Walking The Grey With Miyazaki

    A thriving presence in Japan, the anime film style today enjoys an ever expanding fan base across the world. Quite ironic then, that there exist only a few Japanese anime filmmakers that have made their presence felt in the western film market. Hayao Miyazaki is one such film maker – breaking language and cultural barriers, and in the process being spoken of in the same breath as cinematic luminaries like Robert Zemeckis and Walt Disney. Read more at

  • Super Star Rajini Is Back With Kochadaiiyaan

    The First Official Teaser Of Super Star Rajinikanth Starrer Kochadaiiyaan is Out It Is the First #IndianMovie Made Using Motion Capture Technology. Have A Look At the Trailer here :

  • Pawan Kalyan’s Power Styling

    They say Pawanism is more than a religion. We decided to review six signature looks from Pawan Kalyan’s filmography, to understand what goes into the making of the Power Star’s styling . Read along and see you agree with us… Read more at

  • Comedy Movies

    No one makes comedy films like they do in Telugu and over the past six decades, the emergence of comedy as the biggest USP of Telugu cinema is no mere coincidence. From the days of Relangi to Brahmanandam, several legends have enthralled us with their antics. Watch comedy films on

  • Kaaru Diddina Kapuram

    DV Narasa Raju was one of the most prominent writers with over 90 films to his credit. Some of his famous works are Gundamma Katha, Bhakta Prahalada, Yamagola and Donga Ramudu. In 1986, he directed Karudiddina Kapuram which had a car as one of the principal characters in the film. It was truly a daring move, but DV Narasa Raju blended this character quite well into the story. Watch the film on

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