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After the resounding success of Gabbar Singh, Powerstsar Pawan Kalyan
this time picked a script that addresses contemporary problems. Ever
since the project was announced Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu's (CGTR) is
one of the most awaited movies of this. What more, its maverick
director Puri Jagannath who is wielding the megaphone for the film. So
here is a lowdown on some of the review highlights of CGR.
Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (CGTR) Telugu movie review highlights
As one would expect Pawan Kalyan (Rambabu) is the life of the film.
His plays one of the most thunderously crackling characters in his
Besides his appealing acting, he charms audiences with the right kind
of attitude the role has demanded. Upping the glam quotient he looked
uber stylish in his hip jackets! For his fans, it's a bonanza. This
film will go down as one of his best, in terms of performance.
He represents the common man. An angry commoner, he is boggled down by
problems plaguing the society- injustice, corrupt politicians and
sensationalism. But only this time his hands are not tied. Pawan bites
into it like a starving man devours a feast and inhabits it fully,
strutting and swaggering.
Puri Jagananth's direction deserves good marks but having said that,
the film could have been better. Puri managed to add a touch of
romance and self-introspection in the action fare.
The screenplay also may not be the most ideal one but conveys
everything in a straight and simple manner. Although there are several
jumps in the screenplay, Puri's storytelling manner fascinates the
Since it is the story a common guy who reacts to the news, and later
gets into the media to expose the evil deeds of the society, Puri
could have incorporated something better in the script to elevate
Rambabu's (Pawan) character
Dialogues are one of the assets of the film - Pawan's dialogues on
media, contemporary politics, describing girls, etc. had the audiences
whistling and applauding. Light hearted scenes brought out the
humorous best of Pawan.
Shyam K Naidu's camerawork complements the director's vision well.
Certain scenes and stunts may be gimmicky but these are the scenes
which will drive the masses crazy.
What also works fabulously in the movies favour is Pawan's capacity to
Tamannaah (Ganga) is camera-friendly and performs naturally. The
actress is getting better with every movie.
Gabrieala Bertante (Smitha) peforms decent but, the audience could
have connected better with her character, had it been a familiar face.
Prakash Raj and Kota Srinivasa Rao are at their usual best -
delivering a stellar performance
The climax scenes, which had a huge crowd supporting Pawan Kalyan,
brought the house down- the theatre had audiences put your hands
together and applaud constantly.
Editing by SR Shekhar is mediocre. The film needs to go under the
scissors, particularly in the racy second half.
Mani Sharma's music is a huge let down to the film. Although couples
of numbers are peppy, you can hardly remember them.
To wrap the Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu (CGR) Telugu movie review
highlights package, the first half of the film goes on a decent note
while the film's racy second half keeps you going.
Herman Melville Google doodle marks 161st anniversary of Moby-Dick
Herman Melville, celebrated author and the man behind the all-time classic Moby-Dick, is the inspiration behind Thursday's Google doodle.
Moby-Dick is the great epic of whales and waling. It tells the story of Ahab, Captain of the Pequod, and of his revenge-mission and insane pursuit of Moby Dick, the fierce white whale. Among Ahab's crew is Ishmael, a young man undergoing a gruelling rite of passage and pursuing a different salvation. As the Pequod circles the globe like a latter-day Noah's Ark, so Moby Dick ranges and digresses through space and time, through mythologies, religions and philosophies.
The Google doodle depicts a scene from the book where Captain Ahab leads a boat to strike at the huge white whale.
Herman Melville had written Typee and Omoo before he wrote, what he believed was his masterpiece, Moby-Dick. He was shocked by the less-than-flattering reception the book received. One critic described it as "[A]n ill-compounded mixture of romance and matter-of-fact. The idea of a connected and collected story has obviously visited and abandoned its writer again and again in the course of composition. The style of his tale is in places disfigured by mad (rather than bad) English; and its catastrophe is hastily, weakly, and obscurely managed."
It wasn't until way after Herman Melville's death and the end of World War I that Herman Melville was rediscovered and Moby-Dick found favour with the critics of the time. The book is now, of course, regarded as one of the all-time classics and considered essential reading for students in many countries across the world.
Google has recreated the adventures of Little Nemo in Slumberland for the 107th anniversary of Winsor McCay's comic strip's first publication.
Regarded as a comic-strip art masterpiece, the weekly strip first appeared on October 15, 1905 in the New York Herald as Little Nemo in Slumberland and later in New York American as In the Land of Wonderful Dreams.
The interactive and animated Google doodle celebrating the nightly dreams of the little boy called Nemo begins with Nemo dreaming about falling from his bed into a hole and being rescued by Princess Camille. After a series of little adventures, through Google-land (the interactive doodle strip is titled Little Nemo in Google Land) Nemo, as in the actual comic strip, falls out of his bed.
In the different panels of the Winsor McCay Little Nemo Google doodle the letters of the Google logo - G-O-O-G-L-E - appear in a chronological order.
Winsor McCay was not only a newspaper cartoonist, but also a pioneer of animated films. He started off as a poster and hoardings artist and later moved to newspaper cartooning.
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held today by the chairman of the jury committee, cinematographer S
Gopal Reddy. Mahesh Babu won the Best Actor (Male) for Dookudu,
Nayanthara won the Best Actor (Female) for Sri Rama Rajyam.
Dookudu and Sri Ram Rajyam stands in first position by wining 7 Nandi
awards. While Rajana stands in second position with 6 nandi awards.
Jai Bolo Telangana stands third position with 3 Nandi awards.
Best Film – Sri Rama Rajyam
Second Best Film – Rajanna
Third Best Film – Virodhi
Best Home-viewing Feature Film – 100% Love
Best Popular Film for Providing Wholesome Entertainment – Dookudu
Best Documentary – Avayuva Daanam
Second Best Documentary – Mana Badhyatha
Best Film Critic – Rentala Jayadev
Best Film on National Integration – (Jai Bolo Telangana)
Best Children's Film – Shikaram
Second Best Children's Film – Gantala Bandi
Best Director for a Children's Film – Kailash
Best Actor – Mahesh Babu (Dookudu)
Best Actress – Nayanthara (Sri Rama Rajyam)
Best Supporting Actor – Prakash Raj (Dookudu)
Best Supporting Actress – Sujatha Reddy (Inkennallu)
Best Character Actor – Gandhi (Rajanna)
Best Comedian (Actor ) – M S Narayana (Dookudu)
Best Comedian (Actress) – Ratnasagar (Karalu Miriyalu)
Best Villain – Lakshmi Manchu (Anaganaga O Dheerudu)
Best Child Actor – Master Nikhil (100% Love)
Best Child Actress – Baby Annie (Rajanna)
Best Director – N Shankar (Jai Bolo Telangana)
Best Cinematographer – Raju (Sri Rama Rajyam)
Best Editor – M R Varma (Dookudu)
Best Art Director – S Ravinder (Rajanna)
Best Screenplay – Srinu Vaitla (Dookudu)
Best Story Writer – Raj Madiraju (Rushi)
Best Dialogues – Neelakanta (Virodhi)
Best Debut Director – Bhanu Prakash (Prayogam)
Best Choreographer – Sreenu (Sri Rama Rajyam)
Best Audiographer – K Devi Krishna (Badrinath)
Best Costume Designer – Nikhil Dawan, Baasha (Anganaga Oka Dheerudu)
Best Makeup – P Rambabu (Sri Rama Rajyam)
Best Stunts – Vijay (Dookudu)
Best Special Effects – Phani Eggone (Anaganaga O Dheerudu)
Best Dubbing Artist (Male) – RCM Raju (Jai Bolo Telangana)
Best Dubbing Artist (Female) – Sunitha (Sri Rama Rajyam)
Best Literature on cinema (Books, posters, etc) – Eeshwar
Best Music Director – Ilayaraja (Sri Rama Rajyam)
Best Lyricist – Madepalli Surender (Jai Bolo Telangana)
Best Male Playback Singer – Gaddar (Jai Bolo Telangana)
Best Female Playback Singer – Malavika (Rajanna)
Special Jury Awards
Ramesh Prasad (Rushi)