BJP leaders and party state chief Somu Veerraju referred to the remarks of Andhra Minister Perni Venkataramaiah, who asked Pawan Kalyan to question the country's top officials on levying taxes.
The other day, during a pre-release function of a Telugu film, the actor-politician accused the government of coming up with the online sale idea only to raise loans so as to fill its empty coffers.
On Friday, Chris took to Instagram and posted a video recalling how his love for Mario stemmed from his childhood days.
Some might find the deliberate pacing of Sunny bothersome, but those who had endured long periods of darkness & solitude might find the film relatable, if only to a certain extent
The show will follow Bumper Allen, the vocal villain who fans love to loathe, several years after viewers saw him in the films, as he moves to Germany to revive his music career.
'Finch' narrates the story of a lone survivor of a global apocalypse who has embarked on a dangerous journey to find a new home for his unlikely family, a dog and a newly created robot.
A delegation of representatives from Telugu film fraternity including producers Dil Raju, C Kalyan and G Adi Seshagiri Rao called on Information and Public Relations minister Nani on Monday.
The studio, which recently released writer-director Rensil D'Silva's 'Dial 100' and Satramm Ramani's comedy 'Helmet', will launch four new directors this year.
Bollywood directors rarely wrestle with love honestly but when they do, the entry point is almost always male.
Remaking a National award-winning film that is still being lapped up by the movie buffs on digital platforms is a tricky proposition.
It is also reasonably interesting that early deaths in the film happen without much ado.
During a crucial scene in Ananda Krishnan’s Kodiyil Oruvan, the protagonist gets beaten black and blue in front of the public.
Guy (Ryan Reynolds) is an NCP (Non-playable character) in the Free City game.
Kaanekkaane is another intellectually stimulating exercise from writers Bobby and Sanjay
Versatility ranks low in the list of Indian traits. Our heroes are usually good at one or two things, winning a medal or championing a cause, and that’s mostly fine.