Showing posts from October 22, 2020

NTR's look as Bheem from RRR unveiled

 By Rinku Gupta India's most celebrated filmmaker is back with a bang. After giving the audience a reason to rejoice with the hugely appreciated glimpse of actor Ram Charan as Ramaraju, director SS Rajamouli and the team of RRR released the first sneak peek into NTR's avatar as Bheem and the response, as expected has been astounding. RRR is a massive production that is being made on budget of Rs 450 crore. The film is a fictional story of celebrated freedom fighters Alluri Seetha Rama Raju and Komaram Bheem. Released earlier today, the visuals have left the audience in awe with NTR's look, which is the most different and poweful he has ever been seen in. Director Rajamouli is presently shooting in Hyderabad with Ram Charan and NTR. After taking a very long break that was majorly forced by the pandemic that hit the entire world, the film's team got back to the sets with all necessary precautions in place. Alia Bhatt, who plays a female lead in the film will join the sets

Jiiva's begins shooting his next, for Super Good Films

 By Rinku Gupta Super Good Films is one of the most well-renowned production houses of South Indian Film Industry.  The Production House owned by producer RB Choudary is now gearing up for a new venture.  Theit next is a film tentatively titled “Production No.91” featuring  Jiiva in the lead and marks the directorial debut of filmmaker Santhosh Rajan, a former assistant to director Sasi.  The shooting commenced on October 21, 2020 with a formal ritual ceremony attended by cast and crew.  Kashmira Pardeshi  and  Prayaga Nagra  are playing the female leads  and others in the star-cast include VTV Ganesh, Siddhique, Sha Raa and many more prominent actors.  Filmmaker Santhosh Rajan says, “It’s a pleasure to kick-start my journey as a director through a film produced by an icon like RB Choudary sir. He has been the gateway of success for many filmmakers, who made their debut under his production house.  While the audiences usually follow the practice of preferring a film based on the star-