Vastadu Naa Raju
Vastadu Naa Raju is a 2011 Indian Telugu-language action film directed by Hemant Madhukar. It stars Vishnu Manchu, who has also produced the film and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles. While Gopal Reddy S has handled the camera, the music is composed by Mani Sharma.
- Stars:Vishnu Manchu, Tapsee Pannu, Prakash Raj, Tanikella Bharani, Brahmanandam, Satya Krishnan, Jeeva, Ramaprabha, Sayaji Shinde, Ajay, Surekha Vani, Babloo, Tulasi, Satyam Rajesh, Siva Reddy,
- Director:Hemant Madhukar, Gopireddy Mallikarjuna Reddy,
- Writer:Hemant Madhukar (screenplay), Hemant Madhukar (story), Marudhuri Raja (dialogues), Sreedhar Seepana (dialogues)
Vastadu Naa Raju is a 2011 Indian Telugu-language action film directed by Hemant Madhukar. It stars Vishnu Manchu, who has also produced the film and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles. While Gopal Reddy S has handled the camera, the music is composed by Mani Sharma. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Good movie to watch with tween's. Very energetic, makes marching bands look cool. Lead actor is excellent.
(nl) wrote: Classic. On Blu-ray.
(ca) wrote: This is an elegy of a film. Deep and poetic, this is an autobiographical film where family is on its core, working class its realm, Liverpool its setting, yet it reads beyond the conventional social, political and cultural boundaries. A masterpiece.
(es) wrote: The romance was a bit cloying, but the section with Ford and Plummer was excellent.
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(ru) wrote: Having directed it as a play once, there is SOME bias to my opinion. Frankly, the film's version of David (and his family, at that) were a bit too over-the-top, and the portrayal of Dr. Swinford verged on soulless at times. The visual use of David's "Clock Execution Dream" was unnecessary and overly cartoonish. Props go to the actress portraying Lisa, but overall it's hard to top Shane Lewis, Luke Kaufman, and Allison Rollins.
(kr) wrote: At first, I was like, "Oh my God, this is so good. They are all incredible." But then at the end, I frowned and mumbled, "Wait, what's this!?"
(gb) wrote: Definately a product of its time but taking off the nostalgia glasses I have to say that not much happens in the movie, its not even as funny as I felt it was watching it as a 13-14 year old back then.Nowadays its hard to find an audience for that movie , the people who watched it as teenagers when it was new have experienced more crazy and exciting sexual encounters by now and for teenagers nowadays the movie will look very dated, but it still delivers on its charm and worthy to check out.
(it) wrote: This is a movie about dance by a team that knows very little about dance. Poorly shot with a bunch of weak interviews, emphasizing racial victimhood, The movie leaves the few were tired and uninspired.
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