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Poo is a big girl now 06-May-2017
Malvika Raaj who played young Poo in KKKG is making her debut in Telugu movies Remember young Poo, the girl who loved reciting the tongue twister Chandu ke chacha ne chandu ke chachi ko to bully boys in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum ? That little kid Malvika Raaj has turned into a tall young woman who is taking the ramp by storm and making her way into films. Her instagram posts show she is a busy model who loves shooting and walking the ramp. The girl hasn’t changed much in her looks. In town to complete the shooting of her film Jaidev with débutan Ghanta Ravi Teja, Malvika is excited about her debut. Being directed by Jayant Paranje, Jaidev is slated for an early May release. She was seen having dinner with her father who is also producer/director. The entire unit was flying to Slovenia to shoot for a song sequence. Malvika says she loved being in Hyderabad during her shoot; her favourite shooting spot has to be Ramoji Film City. She was pampered on the sets with good food and being a food lover, she loved the local cuisine she was served. Malvika is the granddaughter of late Jagdish Raj who entered the Guinness World record for being the most typecast actor — he played the role of a police inspector 144 times.
Success sets new standards: Nani 04-May-2017
People of Vizag are close to my heart, says the actor After the romantic-thriller movie Gentleman, Nani and Niveda Thomas have paired up again for another romantic movie Ninnu Kori. With 50% of the film having already been shot in San Francisco, the remaining part of it is being shot in the city. Nani appears to be more than excited to combine leisure and work. “I always look forward to visiting Vizag as my in-laws stay here. Moreover, people here make me feel special and are close to my heart,” says Nani, who was here to wrap up the shooting for his next movie. Talking to The Hindu, he says his onscreen chemistry with Niveda Thomas has worked well for Gentleman and that he is now confident that Ninnu Kori, which is likely to hit the theaters in June, will also work wonders. When the actor is not shooting, he is busy campaigning for a cause in the city. “I feel glad to be part of the campaigns that focus on promoting health and sports. I believe in the theory of staying fit as it ultimately helps you deliver better,” says Nani, who prefers home-cooked food. Being a romantic person himself, Nani says he fits effortlessly into romantic roles that come his way. With more than a dozen successful movies to his credit in just a span of nine years, he says success sets a new standard for him. “The expectation for the next film will go up and the responsibility to deliver better as an actor also doubles,” he reasons. Next film MCA Nani is happy w...
Baahubaliprovespowerofdigtlmarketng 02-May-2017
Baahubali proves power of digital marketingbr> Startups and business enterprises can take a leaf out of Baahubali’s marketing strategy to tap into the immense potential of digital marketing space,” says Sangeetha Abhishek, co-founder of Chennai-based digital marketing firm CGD Creative. “Baahubali is a great example of the power of digital marketing. Sangeetha AbhishekIn a chat with The Hindu, Ms Sangeetha spoke about the latest trends in the digital marketing space. It has become a classic case study that highlights how innovative digital marketing campaigns can enhance a product’s market success. Over 80% of marketers have already utilized social media marketing to boost their sales and gain better brand identity.
Finally, the day has come to know 28-Apr-2017
Finally, the day has come to know why Katappa killed Bahubali VISAKHAPATNAM: Why did Katappa kill Bahubali? The answer will finally be known on Friday as the much-awaited Bahubali II directed by SS Rajamouli hits the theatres. However, frenzy caught up with the port city's film buffs days before its release. Huge crowd was observed outside one of the multiplexes on Thursday night. The security had a tough time controlling the jostling crowd and queue. The multiplex management had closed the gate and was allowing only a few people at a time to the counter for purchasing tickets for Friday's show. "Given the crowd and queue, it doesn't seem like I'm going to get tickets before 10 pm today. My mother is a big fan of Prabhas. So, I am going to watch the movie with my family tomorrow. It seems this will be better than the first part," said K Prajwala, working in Concentrix, Vizag at Inox. Some theatres, like Jagadamba, which had opened online booking a few days in advance, had got almost all tickets sold out. Multiplexes like Inox Beach Road and CMR Central opened their bookings only on Thursday night. Venkateswara Rao, an employee with a private company, said, "I managed a ticket for the premiere show on Thursday night at Jagadamba Theatre. I got the ticket from one of my friends, who is connected to a theatre owner. I paid Rs 1,000 for the ticket, but some of my friends paid Rs 4,000 for the premiere show," said Rao.
Nani’s next moves to Vizag 18-Apr-2017
After a memorable 2016 with back to back hits, Natural star Nani kick-started this year in style with a blockbuster in the form of Nenu Local. Now, the talented actor is busy shooting for an upcoming romantic entertainer titled Ninnu Kori. The film’s first schedule happened in USA, where major part of the talkie part has been shot. The team returned to Hyderabad last month for a short break. The latest update reveals that next schedule started in Vizag where key scenes featuring the principal cast are being canned by the unit. This schedule will proceed till the end of this month. Debutant Siva Nirvana is calling shots for the film which has Nivedha Thomas as the female lead. Gopi Sundar is the music composer.
TSR Will Take Tollywood to Vizag 05-Apr-2017
Summary: Most of the top stars of Tollywood are set to gather in Vizag on April 8 for the TSR film awards, given by T. Subbarami Reddy. Unlike other film award functions, TSR is organizing the event on his own, without sponsors. “This is one of the biggest film functions in recent times,” says TSR. “The nine-member jury has decided the winners and the process is not commercial,” says TSR, who started the T. Subbarami Reddy Cultural Foundation that gives out the film awards. “Nearly 60 stars are attending from all the industries,” confirms TSR.
Celebration Time For Odiyas in City 03-Apr-2017
Sri Jagannath temple complex, Daspalla Hills, wore a festive look on Saturday as Odiyas settled in the City of Destiny came together to be part of the 82nd Utkal Divas celebrations. Organised by Utkal Sanskrutika Samaj, the two-day celebrations began with food festival followed by an impressive cultural show. While the troupe from the Hallisaka Dance Institute, New Delhi, enthralled the audience with Odissi and folk dances, members of the Samaj served sumptuous Odia delicacies to the visitors.
Children’s Film Fest to Be Hosted 03-Apr-2017
The three-day film extravaganza for the children of Andhra Pradesh will be inaugurated by Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on April 7 at VUDA Children’s Theatre here. Visakhapatnam: Children’s Film Society, India (CFSI) is set to host National Childrens Film Festival (NCFF) here for 40,000 students in the coming week. The three-day film extravaganza for the children of Andhra Pradesh will be inaugurated by Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on April 7 at VUDA Children’s Theatre here.
Patriotic Film Festival Kickstarts 27-Mar-2017
VISAKHAPATNAM: The screening hall was jam-packed with children and their parents who came to watch the recently released flick ‘Ghazi’ at the three-day Patriotic Film Festival that began at VUDA Children’s Arena here on Sunday. As part of the festival, only three cities from the South India have been selected for the screening of patriotic films between March 26 and 29. Apart from Visakhapatnam, Chennai and Cochin have been chosen for the fest. In total nine movies in Hindi and Telugu languages would be screened. For the next two days, four movies on each have been lined up for screening.
‘Bhallaladeva’ Floors His Fans 25-Mar-2017
Actor Rana Daggubati, who is basking in the success of his latest film The Ghazi Attack and awaits the release of Baahubali: The Conclusion, thanked the fans for all the love, during his visit to the city on Friday for the launch of Lifestyle store at Waltair Uplands. “I love coming to Vizag. This is one of my favourite cities,” said the actor while waving out to the fans who thronged the newly opened store to catch a glimpse of Rana. Dressed in black the actor obliged many fans with selfies as he went around the store after the opening, interacting with the people. Regular visitor Of late, Rana, who played Bhallaladeva character in Baahubali, has been a regular visitor to the city. Last week, he was here for actor Rakul Preet Singh’s gym launch. Meanwhile, as the buzz grew around the release of the next sequel of Baahubali, fans have grown restless to know a bit more about what’s in store for them.
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