Doosukeltha

Doosukeltha

Chinna (Vishnu) is a very witty and resourceful person who knows how to get things done. As kids, Chinna and Piccheshwar (Vennela Kishore) have a tiff and Piccheshwar leaves the village in a huff. Piccheshwar’s outraged grandfather (Kota Srinivasa Rao) orders the execution of Chinna’s family, forcing them to flee as well. As the years go by, Chinna grows into a tall and fearless young fellow. He applies for a job as a journalist and he is sent on an assignment by his boss Avatar (Posani). The assignment is to conduct a sting operation on Minister Dilleeswara Rao (Pankaj Tripathi). Chinna succeeds in capturing incriminating footage, but he is caught and thrashed by the minister’s goons.

Chinna (Vishnu) is a very witty and resourceful person who knows how to get things done. As kids, Chinna and Piccheshwar (Vennela Kishore) have a tiff and Piccheshwar leaves the village in a huff. Piccheshwar’s outraged grandfather (Kota Srinivasa Rao) orders the execution of Chinna’s family, forcing them to flee as well. As the years go by, Chinna grows into a tall and fearless young fellow. He applies for a job as a journalist and he is sent on an assignment by his boss Avatar (Posani). The assignment is to conduct a sting operation on Minister Dilleeswara Rao (Pankaj Tripathi). Chinna succeeds in capturing incriminating footage, but he is caught and thrashed by the minister’s goons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Edward M (de) wrote: Celine is great! if your a fan u have to see this movie.

James W (fr) wrote: The dialogue is pathetic, the storyline trite, the conflict so obviously manufactured. The acting, primarily due to the terrible script, was poor at best - which is a shame given someone like Alan Rickman was among the cast. This movie was one of the worst I have seen in a good long while.

Dana M (fr) wrote: Really? A hand in someone's head? Really? Spoiler alert.... could have done a much better job with the parasitic twin. Otherwise shocking.

Walter M (de) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "The Pool," Venkatesh(Venkatesh Chavan) is an 18-year old hotel worker whose dreams are too ambitious for his lack of an education. In the meantime, he sells plastic bags with his 11-year old friend, Jhangir(Jhangir Badshah), who works in a restaurant. Together, they often go to a large abandoned house on the edge of the city and dream of swimming in the pool there. One day, they find the occupants returned, a middle-aged man(Nana Patekar) and his young daughter, Ayesha(Ayesha Mohan).[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"The Pool" is a fine but insubstantial movie that has more of a message than any kind of plot. It is mostly concerned with the issue of children in India being forced to grow up too quickly, many with little or no education. But the film's structure betrays this by simply going in circles, repeating the endless cycle of the boys' lives. And the jump cutting gives the movie an unnecessarily artsy feel.[/font]

Murder C (ru) wrote: A Californian rap group (lead by Chris Rock) decide to base their image on a local gangster named Gusto (Charlie Murphy) to become to world's most notorious gangster rappers. At first everything goes well for the group, but when Gusto finds out about the group, he breaks out of jail and goes out for vengeance. CB4 is a pretty fun comedy poking fun at late 80's, early 90's gangster rap. Good cast and nice cameos, however the storyline is a bit sloppy. Phil Hartman, who stars as a conservative senator could have been used better in the story and the ending comes without any real climax. Well worth watching if you know your rap history.

Nick W (ca) wrote: 2 of the stars are for special effects alone. this is definately Emmeric's best disaster movie

Sd M (br) wrote: Fungus fond of family (?)

Dave R (ca) wrote: i decided to watch this when james garner died. it's amazing to see how much sylvester stallone's 2001 "driven" ripped this movie off! neither film is any good really but when i watched "grand prix" i just kept seeing the parallels - but perhaps films about race car driving are by their very natured somewhat limited in their scope...it's a long movie with some cool racing footage but overall a bit boring.

Tim M (es) wrote: "The Spectacular Now" starring Miles Teller is that once in a while film that comes along takes a lot of turns, keeps you thoroughly engaged, and makes you run the gamut of emotions. Teller, as Sutter Keely, plays a likeable, sometimes loveable, but often hateable senior in high school who often makes the decision you are convinced he won't.The supporting cast, all who have a remarkable chemistry with Teller, and all have small but pivotal roles. Jennifer Jason Leigh, as Sutter's mom, Bob Odenkirk, as Sutter's boss, and Brie Larson as Sutter's ex-girlfriend each have flawless performances. The depth that JJL can show makes her one of my all-time favs. Teller, who parlayed this role into one in Whiplash, which made him a mainstream star, is spectacular playing the often tormented teen. Shailene Woodley, plays Aimee Finicky, Sutter's late senior year girlfriend. The long single shot scenes between the two are so authentic you'd think you're watching with a hidden camera into someone's real life. This movie is special, the cast is fantastic, the direction is natural, and the writing ties it all together. There's little not to like. It's one of the best coming-of-age films of recent memory.