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Varun Tej takes on the role of a soldier in the Second World War so effortlessly in Kanche that it’s hard to believe this is only his second movie. 1,080 more words


The Bane of Traditional Copyright Law - Dikkatra, "Dikkatra Parvathi" - Part II

In my previous post, Neither did I speak much about ‘Dikkatra Parvathi’, the damsel in distress, nor did I speak about ‘Copyright Law’. Infact, I spoke nothing about Copyright Law, at all. 1,096 more words

Aditya 369

When I heard Singeetham Srinivasa Rao’s Aditya 369 described as ‘historical science fiction’ I was immediately curious.  It is less about science or history and more about the outfits and derring-do, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. 1,037 more words


Top 5 Worst Kannada Films of Top Directors ever Directed


“MakeUp” Starring. Jaggesh, Shakthi Kapoor, Laila Patel, Komal Kumar, Master Yethiraj Jaggesh, Bank Janardhan, Dayanand, film is directed by Singitham Srinivasa Rao produced under the banner of Jaggesh Chithra and produced by Smt Parimila Jaggesh music by John (HP) film is released on 2002… 186 more words


Bhairava Dweepam

Released in 1994, Bhairava Dweepam is a lavish lolly coloured Telugu folk tale. Writer/director Singeetham Srinivasa Rao picked up a couple of awards and the film was both a commercial and critical success. 1,104 more words



Although made in 1987, Pushpak is a silent film with no dialogue. However there is background noise and a very funky soundtrack. Presumably inspired by the early silent films from the start of the last century, director Singeetham Srinivasa Rao has included plenty of situational and physical comedy but Pushpak manages to be a compelling, if somewhat moralistic drama at the same time. 1,535 more words