Damarukam

Damarukam

Damurakam is an upcoming Telugu socio-fantasy film directed and written by Srinivasa Reddy. Nagarjuna, Ganesh Venkatraman and Anushka Shetty play the lead roles in this film. The film features music by Devi Sri Prasad. Ganesh Venkatraman, Prakash Raj, Sonu Sood, Pradeep Rawat, Brahmanandam, Krishna Bhagavaan, Ahuti Prasad, Ali, Venu Madhav, Raghu Babu, M.S. Narayana and Jeeva are in the cast.

Damurakam is an upcoming Telugu socio-fantasy film directed and written by Srinivasa Reddy. Nagarjuna, Ganesh Venkatraman and Anushka Shetty play the lead roles in this film. The film features music by Devi Sri Prasad. Ganesh Venkatraman, Prakash Raj, Sonu Sood, Pradeep Rawat, Brahmanandam, Krishna Bhagavaan, Ahuti Prasad, Ali, Venu Madhav, Raghu Babu, M.S. Narayana and Jeeva are in the cast. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Private U (ca) wrote: Sad, smart and yet sometimes silly. For the minuscule budget, this movie is mind-blowing.

Ricardo H (kr) wrote: SHOOT THE GHOST...that is all that needs to be said about how much sense the movie makes and how good it is

Thomas F (es) wrote: une com (C)die musicale mettant en avant un jeune homosexuel qui va dans un lyc (C)e priv (C) pour garons. L'ambiance est trs r (C)ussie et l'intervention d'une pointe de magie est rafra (R)chissante.

Kashan P (kr) wrote: The word psychopath dripps throughout the entire running time while showing off haunting dialogue and teeth chattering acting from Dench & Blanchett

RJ G (us) wrote: good movie on an overplayed genre. some new twists. acting was good.

Bill K (br) wrote: I only watched half of this and turned it off. I couldn't get into it.

Kan R (de) wrote: 65%This movie contains three part,firstly, introduction the character. Secondly adaptation part. The final part,I like the most , Happy and goodbye.

Matt M (mx) wrote: He Walked By Night is a hidden treasure of the noir genre, as it aims and succeeds to tell a police hunt through a compelling realist approach, and by remaining neutral. This adds great intensity to the film which is only slightly ruined by the cheesy narration.

Charles H (fr) wrote: I remember first learning about this movie from an online article at the time of its release, rather than the usual t.v. spot or some other more visibly placed form of advertisement. After reading about the movie's intriguing plot-line and discovering that Danny Boyle was its director, I wondered why the film had received virtually no publicity here in America. Now, having seen the film, I can write that this is not Boyle's finest effort. In fact, the film is flawed in several noticeable respects. But, in spite of its failings, this remains an interesting science fiction story to experience and is certainly much better than your typical entrant in that genre. The first half of the movie was even good enough to have me thinking that it might accomplish something truly memorable, only to be marred by a mis-delivered final act. Watching the crew, under intense pressure, plot the approach intended to give them the greatest opportunity for success and then deal with the calamities that arise is perfectly established and delivered. The movie is brimming with high tension and suspense. Who cares about the many practical and scientific liberties that the screenwriters take throughout the movie? That is what the genre is all about -- stretching one's imagination and challenging the mind to ponder what was perhaps unthinkable. I just wish that their ambition had resulted in a better movie. They really did almost have something here, but the effort comes up just shy of achieving greatness.