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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Tollywood Film News 28-07-07 Latest

Athidhi through Suresh Productions
As for the unconfirmed sources, UTV has bagged the theatre rights of Athidhi for Rs18.5 crores. It is heard that the UTV is planning to release the film through Suresh Productions. The film is likely to release on 27th of September.

Heavy loss to SDZ.
The communists parties state Bandh has dent on the collections of the SDZ . Megastar films usually collects good amounts in the first week with good openings. But the Bandh last two shows of today and this will dent the collections of the film.

Manirtnam's film with newcomers.
Manirthnam had a plan to make a film with Amir Khan after his Guru but the film with Amir Khan is dropped. It is heard that he is planning a film with newcomers. And the film is likely to make in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu.

Rivals say ‘Chiranjeevi Zindabad
Vijayawada: With the much-awaited ‘Sankardada Zindabad’ having released here on Friday to huge fan frenzy, speculation over megastar Chiranjeevi’s political ‘arangetram’ is back in focus. And if people thrive on such speculations, will our netas be far behind?
It was no surprise that the hot-bed of the caste politics in the state —Vijayawada—was packed with flex banners and posters of Chiru to coincide with the film’s release.
But what raised eyebrows was the unflinching zeal of the followers of Devineni Nehru’s son Avinash to put up banners and posters of Chiru all over the city.
Senior Congress legislator, Nehru, is a known representative of Kammas in the district, while Chiru belongs to the Kapu community.
In fact, it was caste politics which sowed the seeds of a feud between Nehru and late MLA Vangaveeti Ranga about a decade ago.
While Nehru represents the powerful Kammas, Ranga was the vanguard for Kapus in the region. Vijayawada city, for long, faced the brunt of the caste wars between these two strong communities. While a majority of the Kammas support the Telugu Desam Party, their rivals plunged into politics by joining the Congress. After the split in the Telugu Desam Party in 1995, Nehru joined the Congress and presently represents Kankipadu constituency.
Meanwhile, Ranga’s son Radha too got elected as an MLA from Vijayawada east constituency. Both these arch rivals have now joined hands in the party to take on the local MP Rajagopal.

Monica to do 'Lady Amitabh' on reel
HYDERABAD: A free, 'stronger and confident' Monica Bedi is coveting the 'Lady Amitabh' tag which once belonged to actress Vijayashanti.
Like Vijayashanti, Monica wants to play the tough police officer — bash up goons and pack off criminals to the prison.
"She's played a police officer in films before and has encountered police in real life. Since Vijayashanti's slot in films is vacant after she strayed into politics, Monica wants that position," sources close to her said.
Monica was learnt to have already got four film offers from the Telugu film industry which were routed to her through her family. She is yet to make up her mind and will soon be back in Hyderabad to finalise on some of the films.
But first, the former starlet who spent one year and eight months in the jail here wants to experience her newfound freedom in all its fullness.
At 7.30 am on Wednesday, Monica was released from the State Prison for Women at Chanchalguda on bail. Speaking first to The Times of India, she said she badly missed her family and wanted to spend a lot of time with them.
Asked what freedom meant to her, Monica was at a loss for words. She simply took a deep breath and laughed from her belly to convey how free she felt. "I prayed in my prison cell and God answered my prayers. I am excited being free," she said.
In an interaction with the media before she took a flight to Delhi en route to Punjab, along with her father Prem Kumar Bedi and uncle Purushottam Bedi, the former actress said from the experiences she has had, she would now no longer trust everyone. "I have to be careful in life now," she said.
Marriage is also not on her mind right now. "I'm just out of jail. Give me a break. Don't get me married so soon. I have to achieve a lot," she replied in response to a question as her father Prem Kumar Bedi nodded in approval.
Though Monica said she had no hard feelings against anyone, her 'vote of thanks' revealed she was not happy with the conviction she got at the CBI court.
She mentioned that she had got justice at the Bhopal court which acquitted her in a fake passport case, the AP High court reduced her five-year sentence to three years and the Supreme court has granted her bail.

Another fan of Shankardada dies in Kadapa.
Venkatesh is from a village Kopparthy in Kadapa district. Venkatesh is the fan of Megastar and like all other fans of Megastar, Venkatesh too wanted to watch the film SDZ on the first day itself. But he died in stampede that took place at the book counter. Venkatesh died before taking to the hospital..

Shankardada fan dies in Nellore.
Megastar fan who was in hurry to watch SDZ film on the first day of its release was died in stampede that took at the ticket booking counter in Archana theatre Nellore.This is not first time a fan dying in stampede, it happened for Stalin, Athadu of Mahesh Babu.

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