I am improving with every film: Sudheer Babu

Sudheer Babu is all set with his upcoming film ‘Sammohanam’. He plays the role of a person who hates films. The actor talks about the film and also how he is faring as an actor without using any influence from his family. 

What made you sign this film in the first place?

Kalyan Krishna: I make films from the audiences' point of view

Kalyan Krishna is aiming for a hat-trick. His last two films - 'Soggade Chinni Nayana' and 'Raarandoi Veduka Chuddam' - were blockbusters. His latest film 'Nela Ticket' starring Ravi Teja is making buzz all over. The film releases on May 25. The director says he makes films that he'd like to watch them as an audience in theater. Excerpts from the interview...

Nela Ticket is not a massy word

Birthday star Vijay Deverakonda Unplugged

Vijay Deverakonda has become heartthrob for youngsters. The handsome hunk connected to youth with the films like 'Pelli Choopulu' and 'Arjun Reddy'. However, he has taken up different kind of movies now. He turns a year older today (May 9). He will also be seen in 'Mahanati' that hit the screens today. The birthday star spoke to us. Excerpts from the chitchat..

Success has changed me from time to time

Tollywood is changing for better: Anasuya

The Jabardast girl Anasuya has given jabardast performance in Rangasthalam. Anasuya has arrived as an actress, is what her husband said after he saw her in the film. The actress is extremely pleased with this and tells us about why she chose to do this role. She elaborates about her roles and why she does not repeat them...

First reaction after hearing the role

Nithin: 'Chal Mohan Ranga, proper fun film this summer'

Describing 'Chal Mohana Ranga' as this summer's only proper family entertainer, Nithin in this interview also talks about various issues, especially why he shouldn't give flops and politically supporting Pawan Kalyan.Nithin celebrates his birthday on March 30. Here he talks about 'Chal Mohan Ranga' and more....

Trivikram Srinivas has penned the story of 'Chal Mohan Ranga'. What made you rope in Krishna Chaitanya as director and how has the journey been?

Am balancing well now: Kajal Aggarwal

Ahead of the release of 'MLA' on March 23, Kajal Aggarwal says in this interview that hers is a strong role in the Upendra Madhav-directed movie.  Catch her talk about the film, how it was working with Nandamuri Kalyan Ram, how she is changing her career graph, and more.  

Kalyan Ram was recently saying that you have evolved as an actress since 'Lakshmi Kalyanam'.  He has done 14 films and you have done 50.  How was the bonding on the sets between you both? Exclusive: Sobhan Babu's last Interview

It has been 10 years to the sad demise of Natabhushana Sobhan Babu. He breathed his last on 20 March 2008. On his 10th death anniversary paying tribute to him by reproducing his last interview (it was his last interview to any media publication or channel or website)...memories never die...


Will announce my next on 10th Jan: Akhil Akkineni

Akhil Akkineni is pretty much relaxed. Saying that he doesn't look at numbers, the youngster talks about what went well for 'Hello!', what mistakes he did.

What went into preparing for the much-acclaimed action scenes?

Both ability and training. Capability is one thing. But I also had to put in hours and hours of physical training under Bob Brown's team of 16 trainers who were in Hyderabad. There was a separate trainer for each of the segments like running, jumping, etc. It was a long 60-day training regimen.

Nani now okay with Natural Star tag!

As Nani gears up for the release of 'MCA', he talks about what he goes by in selecting stories, teaming up with talented co-stars, his upcoming movies, and more. 

I choose relatable, enjoyable stories:

Right from the beginning, the one criterion by which I have chosen scripts is their ability to entertain me.  I listen to stories as an audience.  They should be relatable.  However, some of the films I did in the early years didn't work.  

Lack of background is a blessing:

Mahanubhavudu is not remake of any film: Maruthi

Maruthi comes across as a director with a lot of aplomb.'Mahanubhavudu' starring Sharwanand as hero releases on Sept 29. In this interview, the director talks about what is his priority as a director, if some other hero could have done this role better, etc.

What is the rationale behind the title?

Onscreen heroes are always special. They are definitely at a higher pedestal. You will understand the rationale behind the title once you watch the movie.

In 'Bhale Bhale Mogadivoy', too, we saw a hero with a defect...


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