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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

A GRAPH SPEAKS A MILLION WORDS



This is whats been happening at my site since the 15th of June 07.

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5 comments:

Sebastian said...

hey come to my blog at http://newspoliticsandmore.blogspot.com/ by the way nice blog

Anonymous said...

it was like bill o reilly's commentary. great movie opening got me intrested and then gradually faded away with his endless rant. movie was too long, a 40 min would have been great. didn't make much sense that children would be affected by movies (even thella doralu here are afraid that paris hilton, movies and video games are affecting their children) though it has been known that its the peers who influence the children. they might be some truth in that but highly debatable. and to single out only telugu or indian cinema, i didn't like that. big hollywood producers produce the same glittery material and run the same politics like the telugu movie. its just that our look a bit crude and their's a bit polished. but still crap. everybody knows that indian cinema is an escapist cinema. if u tell someone at the end of hard days work if can sit patiently to watch pather panchali (great movie ra and real) will he?
its like the hollywood action movies u just watch and don't think. et me tell u my own copywrited theory of superstar status ( if its already common knowledge i aplogise)
my belief is that rajni and guys who don't look hero material ( physical or acting skills) but are still famous because of the common man's belief his life being reflected on movie screen. u see rajni and he looks like everyother avg person and thats what makes him appealing.
they relate more to him than say a good looking hero (very glamourous, in desi sense white, and skilled actor) who fail to gain superstar status just bcos nobody relates to them except young ladies loving them just for looks ( who later succumb to pressure by males and peers who constantly barrage with great deeds of superstar) and young heros will be evntually forgotten but not superstars.

Prashanth Mahagaonkar said...

more statistics please....anish! We would like to know how the movie grossed the first week!

I have seen the movie, yet thinking of what I think of it. Will come up with fedback soon.

best
Prashu

Anonymous said...

hi anish is there anypossibility for those who dont have a credit card or a paypal account.?

in india only 18% netizens have credit cards(recent study)...

plz provide a alternative...

Kishan said...

Anish

Just watched your movie and I don't know what to write..

There are so many things that I absolutely loved and more importantly
, felt exactly like the protaganist in ur film..

I will definetly watch it for the second time and will let u know how much I loved it...

Kamal is aaaawwwwweesome......
I underestimated his acting skills after watching the trailers ...but he is supercool and never for a moment in the movie...felt like he was "acting"....I only hope that he will not be miscast and misused in the mainstream ... ( In pawan kalyan's film and thereafter)...