Monday, August 27, 2012

Nata Simham,
Yuva Ratna "Nandamuri Balakrishna" In & As "SRI MANNARAYANA" Releasing in Worldwide & Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 30th Aug 2012.

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Nata Simham Nandamuri Balakrishna will appears as journalist in this movie. His characterization and performance is extra-ordinary, most of the movie shooted in Malaysia.

Produced By : Ramesh Puppala ( Raviteja Mirapakay fame )

Directed By : Ravi Chavali ( Samanyudu fame )

Music Director : Chakri ( Itlu Sravani Subramaniam, Idiot and Amma nanna O tamil ammayi fame )

Screening Theater /Cinema : Federal Cinema, Chowkit.

Show Timings :-
30th August (Thursday) :- 8:30pm ( Fans Show & Premier Show )
31st August (Friday) :- 12:15pm, 3:00pm & 6:00pm.

" SRIMANNARAYANA " Movie Tickets advance booking has been opened, Please reserve/book your tickets now and watch Nata Simham Nandamuri Balakrishna In & As " Srimannarayana" movie in Federal Cinema, Chowkit, Kuala Lumpur on coming weekend 30th August (Thursday), 31st August (Friday).

For Ticket Bookings & Enquiry please Call
Sirish Reddy :- 010-2599745

Thanks & Regards
Sirish Reddy
Telugu Cinema @ Malaysia

Thursday, August 23, 2012

He created a base for Telugu films in Andhra Pradesh

Akkineni Nageswara Rao

Nageswara Rao's first Telugu film was Dharmapatni in 1941 In a career spanning over 78 years in the Telugu film industry, he has played the lead role in over 256 Telugu films and 26 Tamil films. Is the recipient of the Dada Saheb Phalke Award, the highest award for films in India. He also received in 1996 the NTR National Award.He is also a recipient of Padmashri, Padmabhushan and Padma bhushan awards

Among other things, Nageswara Rao is credited for influencing Telugu film producers and creating a base for Telugu films in Hyderabad.

The Telugu film industry in its early days was based out of Madras (now Chennai) in Tamil Nadu.] The new state of Andhra Pradesh was carved out from the Madras Presidency on 1 November 1956 and several leaders opined that in order to create a separate identity for the Telugu film industry, it had to be based out of Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh. ANR was one of the actors of that period who insisted on creating a base for Telugu films in Hyderabad and established his own production studio, Annapurna Studios, to facilitate this.

US Telugus honour Veteran Actor Nageswara Rao

US Telugus honour veteran actor ANR

Veteran Telugu film star Akkineni Nageswara Rao has said he is very much impressed by the honour given by NRIs, especially those in the US, in the year of completing his 80 years of acting.

Telugu Literary and Cultural Association (TLCA), the tristate body most of whose members have origins in Andhra Pradesh, honoured the thespian on the occasion of his 89th birth anniversary. Nageswara Rao, who is popularly known as ANR, is formally scheduled to celebrate his birthday early next month in Dallas, Texas.
"Trust in a person is a great thing. Your mind is sacred and your love towards is me unparallelled," he told the audience comprising all age groups, particularly those who are in their late 40s and above. Up to 800 attended the event held over the weekend, when organizers arranged a dinner for all the attendees at the Ganesh temple auditorium-a noted venue for desi programs in New York City's Queens borough.

ANR said he had come to the US at the invitation of various Telugu organisations, including the New York-based TLCA. V Nagendra Gupta, president of the TLCA, said later that when the association had invited the veteran more than two months ago, he accepted immediately.
The thespian spoke about 20 minutes in chaste Telugu and received three times the standing ovation.

On the occasion, TLCA honored many prominent Telugus and others who have been closely associated with the community. All the awards were formally presented by ANR on behalf of TLCA.

"I came here to be honoured but I am glad to honour the prominent people of our community," he noted, and urged the Indian-American community to promote the language and culture of the motherland and pass them to the future generations. (UNI)

Monday, August 6, 2012

Next Telugu movie in Malaysia @9 till 12/8/2012

"Mega Stylish Star" Allu Arjun New Telugu Movie "Julayi" Releasing worldwide & in KL, Malaysia on 9th August 2012 - Thursday

Movie Title: "Julayi"

Star Cast: Allu Arjun, ileana, Brahmanandam, Rajendraprasad, M.S.Narayana, Sonu Sood, Thanikella Bharani, Kota Srinivasa Rao and many others

“Allu Arjun & DSP coming back to Rocks you with ‘Julayi’ movie

Music by:
DSP (Devi Sri Prasad)

Directed by: Trivikram Srinivas (Prince "Mahesh" Athadu fame)

Produced by: Radhakrishna

Screening Theater/Cinema: Sentul Cinema, KL

Show Timings:
9th August (Thursday): 9:00PM (Fans Show)
10th August (Friday): 8:30PM (Premier Show) & 10:45PM
11th August (Saturday): 3:00PM, 6:00PM, 9:00PM
12th August (Sunday): 3:00PM

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Saturday, August 4, 2012

4th World Telugu Conference

Andhra Pradesh to host World Telugu Conference in December

The temple-town of Tirupati will play host to the Fourth World Telugu Conference (WTC) in December this year.

The state-sponsored event is being organised in Andhra Pradesh after a gap of 37 years.

Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy held discussions in Hyderabad on Tuesday with some of his cabinet colleagues and senior officials on the arrangements for the prestigious conference, to be held from December 27 to 29.

They agreed to release Rs. 25 crore for organising the event on a grand scale.

"Promotion of Telugu language and culture is the state government's responsibility," a press release from the Chief Minister's Office (CMO), quoting Kiran Kumar, said.

Eminent Telugu people who have made a mark in different spheres of life would be invited from all over the world to the conference.

Cultural conferences would be held in all districts of Andhra Pradesh in September to highlight the significance of the WTC and motivate widespread participation of people in the event, the CMO release added.

The Chief Minister will write to the Government of India seeking release of a postal stamp to commemorate the Fourth World Telugu Conference.

The First World Telugu Conference was held for a week in Hyderabad in April, 1975.

source : Press Trust of India Updated: July 24, 2012 19:13 IST

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

We lost great Telugu Dance guru

Doyen of Kuchipudi Vempati passes away

Hyderabad/Vijayawada: Renowned Kuchipudi dance guru Vempati China Satyam passed away in Chennai on Sunday. He was 83. Recipient of numerous awards, including Padma Bhushan, Vempati died of old age related ailments, sources said here.

Born in Kuchipudi village in Krishna district of coastal Andhra Pradesh, where the Kuchipudi dance originated, Vempati strove for popularising the unique dance form across the world. He is hailed for refining the dance form by introducing new elements into it, and for training hundreds of students in Kuchipudi in Chennai. Vempati was awarded Padma Bhushan, an honorary doctorate from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, and several other awards from different state governments and other institutions.

According to his closest disciples, China Satyam was not only a passionate exponent of the dance form, but also a great reformer. For, in those days, only men in Brahmin community were eligible to train in Kuchipudi dance. Women, even those from the Brahmin community, were not eligible to learn the dance. It was Vempati who broke the mould and created awareness not only in the community, but among people at large.

It was he who extended the glory of the dance from Kuchipudi to different parts of the globe. He trained nearly 10, 000 students, including Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, Union Minister for Human Resources Purandeswari and several top film actresses in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi film industry. Several of his students are teaching dance and working as heads of various government and non-governmental organisations in Krishna district and elsewhere.

China Satyam was held in high esteem in Chennai, where the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and yesteryear hero MG Ramachandran allotted him a 1500 square yard site for his residence. Vempati developed Kuchipudi Natya Academy at the site.The present Chief Minster Jayalalithaa had also allotted funds for developing the academy.China Satyam has left an indelible mark in Kuchipudi village and its surroundings in Krishna district, where his moorings lie. He visited Kuchipudi last year and was felicitated three months ago in Vijayawada.

One of his daughters, Kasi Annapurna, married Hari Srinivas, a railway employee based in Vijayawada. He used to visit Vijayawada frequently to call on his daughter until about three years ago, after which his knee joint problem worsened.

He left Krishna district in 1952 and walked all the way to Chennai, where, at the instance of his brother, started Kuchipudi Natya Academy. He used to visit Kuchipudi village at least once a year.
China Satyam’s eldest son Ravi Shankar is equally proficient and well-trained under his illustrious father’s tutelage, but down with some health-related problems.

Guru to many: CM
Hyderabad: Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy expressed his grief over the demise of China Satyam. The Chief Minister said: “Vempati China Satyam was a great dance exponent and a guru to many of the top dancers.” The Chief Minister conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members.

Tourism and Culture Minister V Vasant Kumar said the China Satyam had dedicated his life to Kuchipudi. “China Satyam spread the dance around the world by giving performances in about 60 countries and training about 10,000 pupils,” the minister said. Related reports: P5