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Jr NTR Is Kept Away From Balakrishna August 25, 2007

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Terms are not at all good between Jr NTR and Balakrishna’s family.

He is not invited for the ‘Sangeeth’ program that was held in Kadiri Babu Rao’s (Balakrishna’s close friend) house in Jubilee Hills. The entire Nandamuri clan is seen in that event that takes place before marriage (adoption of North Indian style) except Jr NTR. He was also seen worried during the engagement of Lokesh with Brahmani as he was not received in right manner by anyone.

It is obvious that Jr NTR and his mother has been considered less when compared to others in the family after NTR’s demise. Earlier, NTR used to consider them equally although Harikrishna’s first wife and other family members shunned them. Now, it is a doubt if Jr NTR attends the marriage of Brahmani at all.

Balayya and Vasundara sings and dance- Lux Paapa Lux Paapa. August 25, 2007

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  • Nandamuri Family enjoyed a lot , last night Sangeetha Vibhavari held at Taj Krishna.
  • Balakrishna, Brahmini and Lokesh danced for Khajarare Khajarare song of Hindi film Bunty aur Bubbaly.
  • Lokesh and Brahmini performed dance for Aaku chati pinde thadise from NTR’s Vetagadu
  • Balakrishna and Vasudnara performed dance for Lux Paapa Lux paapa lunch ki vastava song
  • Tejaswni, younger daughter of Balakrishna danced for the song from Varsham, Innalaku gurthichana vaana.
  • Finally Chandrababu also shaked his legs for Khajarare khajarare song.
  • The program ended at 10.30 Pm.

Download NTR’s All Time Hits (good quality) MP3(AUDIO) SONGS August 24, 2007

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Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao (Telugu:నందమూరి తారక రామా రావు)(28 May 1923 – 18 January 1996), more commonly known as N.T. Rama Rao, NTR, Pedala Pennidhi by his fans, or Anna garu, was an Indian film actor, director, producer and politician. He founded the Telugu Desam Party and served thrice as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. His repertoire of films included mythological, social and folk themes. He was awarded the Padma Sree by the Government of India in the 1960s, recognizing his contribution to Telugu cinema. After his film career, NTR became a political activist and party leader.

He was born in Nimmakuru, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Andhra-Christian College of Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. He later received an honorary doctorate from Andhra University.

NTR highlighted Andhra Pradesh’s distinct cultural identity, distinguishing it from Madras State, with which it was so often associated.

Career as an actor

Though widely recognised for his mythological characters, NTR is considered one of the greatest actors in Telugu film, and in South Indian film generally. His portrayal of Lord Krishna in MaayaBazaar by B.Nagi Reddy, producer of Vijaya Productions was a turning point in his life. His portrayal of avatars of Vishnu, especially Rama and Krishna, mesmerised an entire generation who saw the face of NTR when the Lord Krishna/Rama was mentioned, this even transcending even into non-Telugu speaking states like Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

NTR had a major contribution to what can be considered “The Golden Age of Telugu Film Making” especially between the 1950 and 1965. Analysts believe that the Telugu film industry produced some of the best mythological movies from India, while the Tamil and Hindi movie industry produced better socially oriented films.

NTR was naturally talented and extremely disciplined with various aspects of acting like preparation, punctuality, and dialogue delivery. An important factor that made him a great actor was his ability to deliver dialogues which were extremely lengthy that were original verses from Ramayana and Mahabharatha, with a fervour and command (unlike most of his contemporaries, with certain exceptions like S. V. Ranga Rao). In addition, he generally used to play multiple roles in the same movie, which increased the number of dialogues and hence the preparation required.

NTR was very versatile. In Tamilnadu, Shivaji Ganesan was much more known for his acting skill and talent and MGR was much more known for his commercial movies. NTR struck a balance between both kinds of cinema. He used to perform roles in mythological movies like those only Shivaji could perform and even do commercial Janapadham (where the adventurous prince saves the damsel in distress) films which were MGR’s forte.

NTR, in fact, played the role of Lord Krishna not only in Telugu Movies, but also in Tamil and Kannada movies. While the Megastars – MGR, Shivaji Ganesan and Kannada Rajkumar vied for the roles of other Mahabharata heroes like Karna, Arjuna and Bhima, there was no denying that NTR would be the only one to play Lord Krishna. This is probably the greatest tribute to Mr. N. T. Rama Rao’s charismatic cine-genius.

One of his greatest janapadams was “Jagadekaveeruni katha” (the story of the universal hero) where he plays the role of Pratap, the prince of Ujjain. He dreams of celestial damsels as his wives. On revealing the dream to his father, he gets banished. But the heroic prince does the impossible – win the celestial damsels, pass the various tests put on him and bring his ladies to the kingdom. Another one of his janapadams was “Gulebakavali katha” (the story of Gulebakavali) where he plays the role of a prince who sets out to the heavens to bring the flower named “Gulebakavali” in order to cure his poisoned father and even win Indra’s daughter.

As time passed by, NTR stopped playing the role of the prince in films. Instead, he played the role of a poor yet heroic young man against the system in his kingdom. To the lakhs of the denizens in Andhra Pradesh, he became ‘one of them’ — one who assures the poor that he is there to rescue them from the wicked traitors in the kingdom.

The most notable movies acted by NTR in mythological characters are Maya Bazaar (Sri Krishna), Lava Kusa (Lord Rama), Sri Krishnaarjuna Yuddham (Sri Krishna), Bheeshma (Bheeshma), Bhookailas(Raavana),Nartanasala (Arjuna also as Bruhannala), Panadava-vanavsam (Bheema), Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam (Lord Venkateswara), Maha Mantri Thimmarusu (Sri Krishna Devarayalu) and Dana Veera Sura Karna (Duryodhana, Sri Krishna, Karna). Apart from these he played a variety of roles in folklore characters like Jagadeka Veeruni Katha, Pathala Bhairavi etc. On the social front he played roles in the movies Malliswari, Kanyasulkam, Gundamma Katha, Missamma, Raktha Sambandham, Ramudu Bheemudu, Adavi Ramudu, Vetagadu, Gajadonga, Driver Ramudu, Sardar Paparayudu, Kondaveeti Simham, Justice Chaudhary, Bobbili Puli etc. He acted in over two hundred and eighty movies in the lead role.

He also donned the roles of an elderly teacher (Badi Pantulu) becoming a model to his pupils, as a prince and pauper(Raju-Peda), a down to earth servant dedicated to his master (Aatma Bhanduvu).

Actor – filmography

* Sreenatha Kavi Saarvabhouma (1993)
* Major Chandrakanth (1992)
* Samrat Ashok (1992)
* Brahmarishi Vishwamitra (1991)
* Shrimad Virat Veerabrahmendra Swami Charitra (1984)
* Chanda Sasanudu (1983)
* Simham Navindi (1983)
* Anuraga Devatha (1982)
* Bobbili Puli (1982)
* Major Chakradhar (1994)
* Justice Chowdary (1982)
* Kaliyuga Ramudu (1982)
* Naa Desam (1982)
* Vayyari Bhamulu Vagalamari Bhartulu (1982)
* Tirugu Leni Manishi (1981)
* Kondaveeti Simham (1981)
* Satyam Shivam (1981)
* Aatagadu (1980)
* Circus Ramudu (1980)
* Sardar Papa Rayudu (1980)(Sardar Paparayudu/Gopi(dual roles))
* Vishwa Roopam (1980)
* Driver Ramudu (1979)
* Shrimad Virata Parvam (1979)
* Shri Tirupati Venkateswara Kalyanam (1979)
* Vetagadu (1979)
* Yugandhar (1979)
* Saleem Anarkali (1978)
* KD No 1 (1978)
* Shri Rama Pattabhishekham (1978)
* Simha Baludu (1978)
* Adavi Ramudu (1977)
* Chanakya Chandragupta (1977)
* Daana Veera Soora Karna (1977)
* Manushulanta Okkate (1976)
* Yamagola (1975)
* Yeduruleni Manishi (1975)
* Ammayi Pelli (1974)
* Deeksha (1974)
* Manushullo Devudu (1974)
* Nippulanti Manishi (1974)
* Sree Rama Anjaneya Yuddham (1974)aka Shri Ramanjaneya Yuddham
* Tatamma Kala (1974)
* Deshoddharakulu (1973)
* Devudu Chesina Manushulu (1973)
* Palletoori Chinnodu (1973)
* Aaradhana (1972)
* Badi Panthulu (1972)
* Chinnanaati Snehithulu (1971)
* Jeevitha Chakram (1971)
* Pethamdaarlu (1971)
* Rajakota Rahasyam (1971)
* Shri Krishna Satya (1971)
* Alibaba 40 Dongalu (1970)
* Maathru Devatha (1970)
* Nirdoshi (1970)
* Shri Krishna Vijayam (1970)
* Talla Pellamma (1970)
* Bhale Mastaru (1969)
* Ekaveera (1969)
* Gopaludu Bhoopaludu (1969)
* Katha Nayakudu (1969)
* Nindu Hridayalu (1969)
* Bagdad Gajadonga (1968)
* Bhagyachakram (1968)
* Kalisochchina Adrushtam (1968)
* Niluvu Dopidi (1968)
* Nindu Samsaram (1968)
* Ninne Pelladuta (1968)
* Umachandi Gauri Shankarula Katha (1968)
* Varakatnam (1968)
* Kanchukota (1967)
* Aada Paduchu (1967)
* Satyam Apoorva Piravaigal (1967)
* Bhama Vijayam (1967)
* Shri Krishnavataram (1967/I)
* Ummadi Kutumbam (1967)
* Adugu Jaadalu (1966)
* Palnati Yudham (1966)
* Paramanandayya Shishyula Katha (1966)
* Shri Krishna Pandaviyam (1966)
* Shri Krishna Tulabharam (1966/I)
* Chitti Chellelu (1965)
* CID (1965)
* Gudi Gantalu (1965)
* Naadi Aada Janme (1965)
* Satya Harishchandra (1965/II)
* Todu Needa (1965)
* Babruvahana (1964)
* Bobbili Yudham (1964)
* Daagudumootalu (1964)
* Devatha (1964)
* Manchi Manishi (1964)
* Ramadasu (1964)
* Ramudu Bheemudu (1964)
* Varasatwam (1964)
* Vivaha Bandham (1964)
* Manchi Chedu (1963)
* Narthanasala (1963)
* Tirupathamma Katha (1963)
* Lakshadhikari (1963)
* Bandipotu (1963)
* Paruvu Prathishta (1963)
* Lava Kusa (1963/I)
* Savati Koduku (1963)
* Valmiki (1963/I)
* Pempudu Kuthuru (1963)
* Irugu – Porugu (1963)
* Sri Krishnarjuna Yudham (1963)
* Apta Mithrulu (1963)
* Karna (1963)
* Karnan (1963)
* Atma Bandhuvu (1962)
* Raktha Sambandham (1962)
* Swarnamanjari (1962)
* Mahamantri Timmarasu (1962) as SriKrishna Deva Rayalu
* Gundamma Katha (1962)
* Dakshayagnam (1962/I)
* Bhishma (1962)
* Tiger Ramudu (1962)
* Gaali Medalu (1962)
* Gulebakavali Katha (1962)
* Sri Srikakula Andhra Mahavishnuvu Katha (1962)
* Taxi Ramudu (1961)
* Kalasivunte Kaladu Sukham (1961)
* Jagadeka Veeruni Katha (1961)
* Santa (1961)
* Pendli Pilupu (1961)
* Sati Sulochana (1961)
* Intiki Deepam Illalu (1961)
* Sri Seetha Rama Kalyanam (1961)
* Pandava Vanavasam (1961/I)
* Bhatti Vikramarka (1960)
* Deepavali (1960)
* Sri Venkateswara Mahatmyam (1960)
* Srinivasa Vimala (1960)
* Balangamma (1959/I)
* Raja Makutam (1959/I)
* Rechukka Pragatichukka (1959)
* Sabhash Ramudu (1959)* aka Shabash Ramudu (India: Telugu title: alternative transliteration)
* Sri Panduranga Mahatyam (1959)
* Raja Nandini (1958)
* Bhookailas (1958) as
* Ravana aka Bhakta Ravana (India: Tamil title: dubbed version) aka Bhakti Mahima (India: Hindi title: dubbed version)
* Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1958)
* Raja Rao Intiguttu (1958)
* Maya Bazaar (1957/I)
* Bhagya Rekha (1957)
* Maya Bazaar (1957/II)
* Nala Damayanti (1957)
* Panduranga Mahatyam (1957)
* Pundarikudu Sarangadhara (1957)
* Vinayaka Chaviti (1957)
* Chiranjeevulu (1956)
* Tenali Ramakrishna (1956/I)
* Charana Daasi (1956)
* Chintamani (1956)
* Bilwamangal Jayam Manade (1956)
* Marmaveeran (1956)
* Penki Pellam (1956)
* Sontha Ooru (1956)
* Jayasimha (1955) aka Jaisingh (India: Hindi title)
* Kanyasulkam (1955)
* Missamma (1955)
* Rani Ratnaprabha (1955)
* Santosham(old film) (1955) aka Naya Admi (India: Hindi title)
* Parivartana (1954)
* Aggi Ramudu (1954)
* Raju-Peda (1954)
* Rechukka (1954)
* Todu Dongalu (1954)
* Vaddante Dabbu (1954)
* Chandraharam (1954)
* Pitchi Pullaiah (1953)
* Ammalakkalu (1953)
* Chandirani (1953/I)
* Chandirani (1953/II)
* Marumagal (1953)
* Sangham (1953)
* Daasi (1952)
* Palletooru (1952)
* Pelli Chesi Choodu (1952)
* Tingu Ranga (1952)
* Malliswari (1951)
* Patala Bhairavi (1951)
* Navvite Navaratnalu (1951)
* Maya Rambha (1950)
* Palletoori Pilla (1950)
* Shavukaru (1950)
* Samsaram (1950)
* Mana Desam (1949)
* [Devatha] (1965)

Director – filmography (1990s)

* Samrat Ashok (1992)
* Brahmarishi Vishwamitra (1991)
* Shrimad Virat Veerabrahmendra Swami Charitra (1984)
* Chanda Sasanudu (1983)
* Shrimad Virata Parvam (1979)
* Shri Tirupati Venkateswara Kalyanam (1979)
* Akbar Saleem Anarkali (1978)
* Shri Rama Pattabhishekham (1978)
* Chanakya Chandragupta (1977)
* Daana Veera Soora Karna (1977)
* Tatamma Kala (1974)
* Talla Pellamma (1970)
* Varakatnam (1968)
* Shri Krishna Pandaviyam (1966)
* Gulebakavali Katha (1962)
* Sri Seetha Rama Kalyanam (1961)

Producer – filmography

* Shrinatha Kavi Sarvabhowma (1993)
* Samrat Ashok (1992)

Writer – filmography

Bidaai (1974)(story)

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Yamadonga’ Rocks In First Week August 24, 2007

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Now it is declared that ‘Yamadonga’ made thumping collections in the first week of its release. Initially there were mixed opinions on this film but the first week records are impressive with about 12 Crore of share collection in entire AP. If the tempo continues for subsequent weeks, then the film would stand as big hit of the season. The film is running very well in the centers like Guntur, Krishna and Uttarandhra. NTR is happy with this film after Simhadri.

The newly released ‘Yamagola Malle modalayyindi’ also bagged heavy openings but the talk is in mixed way again. We have to see the plight of this film only next week.

Coming to ‘Allare Allari’ the film toppled without reaching expectations. The scarcity of audiences at the theaters is clearly evident.

The collections of Shankardada Zindabad came down drastically. ‘Lakshyam; is also losing its life now. Well, it could make enough of collections by now.


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‘Shankar Dada Zindabad’ Song Is Chartbuster August 23, 2007

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‘Yamadonga’ has overtaken ‘Shankar Dada Zindabad’ (SDZ) at the box office. But the SDZ song ‘Aakelesthe’, composed by Devisri Prasad, seems to have an edge and is rocking the charts.

The top five Telugu songs are:

1. ‘Aakelesthe’ – Film: ‘Shankar Dada Zindabad’. The song is still a chartbuster. Mamta Mohandas and Naveen have made it hummable with some terrific support from music director Devisri Prasad.

2. ‘Noonoogameesalodu’- Film: ‘Yamadonga’. A melodious peppy number reminiscent of an old Telugu song! Music director Keeravani sings it with Sunita.

3. ‘Manasa’ – Film: ‘Munna’. The film came and went but the song is still popular, thanks to Harris Jayaraj’s trademark music. The tuneful number with some lively beats is sung by Sadhana Sargam, Naresh Iyer, Krish, Haricharan and Kandikonda.

4. ‘Yemaindhi ee vela’ – Film: ‘Aadavari Maatalaku Ardhale Verule’. Yuvan Shankar Raja’s song continues to be on the charts even after many weeks of the film’s release. Though Udit Narayan croons it well, his accent gives away and it is evident that a north Indian has sung the song.

5. ‘Aata’ – – Film: ‘Aata’ – The film didn’t get good reviews, but Devisri Prasad’s score is still popular. Title song ‘Aata’ is a foot-tapping number sung by Shankar Mahadevan and is quite popul

Record openings for Yamadonga in US August 22, 2007

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NTR is back with a bang. The hit combination of star director S S Rajamouli and NTR has once again shatters all the records. Their latest film “Yamadonga” set new records in openings in NTR’s films in USA. This is the best ever openings for NTR’s film overseas.

So far about 16, 500 audiences had seen the movie in the first five days in USA. This is also one of the biggest openings in general for a Telugu movie. Director Rajamouli who gave two hits with hero NTR – Simhadri and Student No.1 – presented a socio-fantasy movie which is liked by everyone especially family audiences love it. There is a tremendous craze for the film and already heavy rush for the bookings this weekend.

Here are the figures for the prime centres in USA for Yamadonga for first five days.

Edison NJ 2597
San Jose, CA 2183
Dallas, TX 1771
Virginia, VA 1682
Chicago, IL 1372
Detroit, MI 1286
Atlanta, GA 1059

(Press Releas

Yamadonga First Week’s Response August 21, 2007

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Inspite of a lukewarm response from the critics and in total contradiction, the first week response for YamaDonga seem to tell a different story. Total no of tickets sold was 16,342 with Edison, NJ topping at 2597. Another interesting trend is the fact that there has been a measured increase in the number of tickets sold throughout the weekend.

Day Wise
Date Day Theaters Count
8/15/2007 Wednesday 6 – 1531
8/16/2007 Thursday 11 – 2086
8/17/2007 Friday 12 – 3831
8/18/2007 Saturday 14 – 6065
8/19/2007 Sunday 14 – 2829
Total – 16342

Center Wise
Center wise Numbers
Center – Count
Edison, NJ – 2597
San Jose, CA – 2183
Dallas, TX – 1771
Virginia,VA – 1682
Chicago, IL – 1372
Detroit, MI – 1286
Atlanta,GA – 1059
St. Louis,MO – 669
Minneapolis, MN – 640
Cary, NC – 550
Columbus, OH – 548
Memphis,TN – 270
Maryland,VA – 250
Kansas City,KN – 235
Cleveland, OH – 225
Richmond, VA – 210
TAMPA, FL – 204
Cincinnati, OH – 203
Denver.CO – 160
Baton Rouge,LA – 77
Dayton,OH – 54
New Orleans, LA – 50
Birmingham, AL – 47
Total – 16342

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