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Thursday, July 26, 2007

'Lakshyam' beats 'Sivaji' to take top spot

Actor Gopichand shines in 'Lakshyam', a revenge drama.

The film got an overwhelming response at the ticket window and pushed Rajnikant-starrer 'Sivaji - the Boss' one notch down. It is enjoying the top position this fortnight and may rule the charts for sometime.

The top five Telugu films are:

1. 'Lakshyam' - A revenge drama complete with the trademark smirk and imposing physique of Gopichand, the film has become an instant hit with the audience. Land disputes, cops and journalists appear to have touched a chord with the masses.

2. 'Sivaji' - Still running to packed audiences, the success of 'Sivaji' at the box office appears unending. The viewership has now shifted to moviegoers who have watched the movie more than once. One can attribute its success to superstar Rajnikant, who has the knack to turn the ordinary into extraordinary. A fall in the list for this film, therefore, does not signify anything more than the film industry's rising production values.

3. 'Dubai Seenu' - The film moves up the list this week, with fans appreciating actor Ravi Teja who is back in form. A crowd-puller directed towards youth, the film about a young man who yearns to become rich strikes a chord with the viewers. Well-crafted action scenes and good music by Mani Sharma have helped the film chart its upward move.

4. 'Satyabhama' - Not very unlike 'Ghazni' minus the violence, the film is like a page out of Salvador Dali's surrealistic paintings. The mush interspersed with comic relief has proved to be a crowd-puller for some time now and appears to continue entertaining the lovelorn audiences.

5. 'Toss' - Priyadarshini Ram's 'Toss' has bagged the fifth spot this fortnight. Though the film boasts of an interesting plot, there is little to hold the audience's attention. Radical changes in cinematography and a new avatar for Raja do not appear to have gone down well with the masses. The movie may be well on its way out.

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