The source told a local news media that Ashwin recently met Samantha at her residence in Hyderabad and narrated the script. He said, she loved it and immediately agreed to be part of it. However, the actress is yet to give him the dates. An official announcement will be made soon. The source further added that Ashwin's next film will be different from his previous ones, which were intense and dark. Reportedly, his third film will be shot simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. An official confirmation from director Ashwin himself on this regard is awaited. … [Read more...] about Samantha Akkineni To Star In ‘Game Over’ Fame Ashwin Saravanan’s Next? Deets Inside!
Rejected in love
Oka Laila Kosam is a romantic entertainer, it is the love story of Naga Chaitanya and Pooja Hegde. Naga Chaitanya is playing a lover boy, in the movie. Director Vijay Kumar Konda's story and screenplay should really be appreciated for portraying the casual story magically, onscreen. Music by Anoop Rubens adds charm to the movie. Naga Chaitanya's matured acting will be liked by every film goer. Pooja Hegde's acting is worth appreciating.The movie is produced by Akkineni Nagjuna under his home banner, Annapurna Studios. OLK's main highlight other than the romance, is Ali's comedy punches. The story is predictable after its first half, and the second half has been dragged and lacks entertainment. … [Read more...] about Oka Laila Kosam Movie Review
The 20th Century Fox CEO uses his commencements speech to tell the film school graduates that "technology is always in service of your story, never the end result," while Marvel's Kevin Feige is given the Mary Pickford alumni award. 20th Century Fox CEO Jim Gianopulos told the more than 400 graduates of the USC School of Cinematic Arts in his commencement address Friday that he didn’t have all the answers that they would need to succeed in Hollywood but that is alright, because the most important thing is to know how to ask the right questions. … [Read more...] about Jim Gianopulos to USC Grads: Great Films Are Made by ‘People With Lots of Questions’