ABOUT THE FILM
Veedu was a small budget film which went on to win the Best Film award in Tamil, the Best Actress award for Archana at National level, and also achieved commercial success. 1987 was the International Year of Shelter for the Homeless and this film was on the theme of a middle class family’s struggle to own a home. The film was presented in a realistic and artistic format without any commercial elements like songs, fights or comedy track and yet achieved success.
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Shifting careers and finding success in whatever one chooses to foray is not a talent that comes naturally to many... A visual communications graduate with photography as a hobby turns it into a career as a photo-journalist. From here, he turns his attention to cinematography and despite winning the National Award for his chosen career in his debut movie itself and going on to be noted for his work in his subsequent thirteen movies, the man decides to foray into direction. Here he finds his ultimate calling and after just a miserly six movies as a director over a period of twelve years, each of his movies are still eagerly waited upon by Kollywood audiences. Yes! This might seem a sophisticated fable indeed. However, this is no fable but the career story of KV Anand who is celebrating the success of his recently released directorial Kavan!
V For Victory
Most of Tollywood Has Been Classified and Ruled by a Couple of Leading Clans and the Daggubati Clan Is One of the Most Powerful Amidst Them. The First Scion of the Daggubati Family Is Veteran Producer and Politician Ramanaidu, Who Is Synonymous With Producing Some of the Biggest Blockbusters in Telugu Cinema. Emulating His Father and Becoming the Flag Bearer of the Daggubati Family Became Venkatesh, Who Originally Wanted to Become a Producer but Ended Up Becoming an Actor Instead and an Amazing One at That Too! One of the Most Decorated Actors of Tollywood.
Come On, Join The Joyride!
As Galatta Cinema turns ten years old, KAANCHAN PRASHANTH catches up with one of the stars who has always shined only his brightest light upon us - JIIVA.
Stepping Into The Big League
Modeling Is a Cakewalk for This Supermodel Who Has Been a Face of Big Brands and Has Walked the Ramp for Top Designers in the Industry.
Sri Kala International - Veedu
On The Wings Of Romance
KAANCHAN PRASHANTH caught up with some of the KV cast and crew, for a sneak peek into the movie. Snippets from those conversations...
Lady In Charge
You Know How Movie Heroines Are So Slender and Beautiful and Dainty and Graceful? Well, Sanjjanaa Galrani Is All of That. And You Know How Movie Heroines Are Fluttering in the Background, Chasing After Butterflies or Getting Ice Cream on Their Nose Tips as They Childishly Wobble Through Life? Well, Sanjjanaa Galrani Is Nothing Like That! She Has a Strong Personality to Match Her Stunning Looks, and That’s What Keeps Fans Seduced and Entranced. We Caught Up With Her and Jumped Straight Into the Deep.
Choosing a Genre to Dwell on, Is Not an Easy Choice for a Filmmaker. He May Have Several Ideas in a Basic Stage. He May Then Want to Make All of Them Into Scripts, or Combine Ideas Into a Single Film. Romance Goes Down Very Well With Our Audiences, So Does Action. A Genre Which Is Still Not Embraced in This Society Is Psychological Thriller.
First Draft… Scene One
The door creaks open… A man slowly creeps into the dark room… He is looking for something… A street light streams mildly through the window.
Ramp to Reel! The Big Step Forward...
With a burning passion for acting, Mohnish Raheja started off on the right track by taking to modelling and gradually moving into TV commercials before taking the big leap into cinema! Arming himself with an acting course at the Anupam Kher acting school in Mumbai and then moving on to alchemy in Chennai and following that up with two years of stage plays alongside the masquerade group, only strengthened his repertoire. Mohnish has begun working on his maiden movie, a Telugu-Tamil bilingual which is expected to hit screens in 2017. Read on to see what keeps Mohnish ticking, from some excerpts of a tete-a-tete with him...