Haider movie review
Cast : Shahid Kapoor, Shradha Kapoor, Tabu, Key Key Menon.

Director : Vishal Bhardwaj

Music : Vishal Bhardwaj

Story: Haider comes back to Kashmir after hearing his father's missing news. Later he searches for his father and get to know about the killings of innocent people by military. The story unfolds what happened to his father.

Review: The complete movie was shot in Kashmir. This is an inspiration from a Shakespeare's Hamlet.

A brilliant piece of film by giving the right place for all the emotions, relationships and thirst for political power and love. He  has shown the killings of innocent people in Kashmir by militants and military. The story starts with a slow pace but at the end of the film, you would be so involved in the screenplay to kill the antagonist at the end.

Shahid Kapoor has given befitting performance as a broken son in search of his father and helpless guy, couldn't kill the person who is responsible for the situation he was in.

Tabu's character is one of the pivotal characters in the film, who marries her  brother-in-law after her husband mysteriously disappears. She has done a wonderful job as a mother of Haider.

Key Key Menon and Shradha Kapoor did their part well.

Music Dept: Seriously, there is no much back ground score to compose in this film. But there is one certain music which iterates through the movie in your ears and makes a "feeling".

+ Points: Plot, Tabu, Shahid Kapoor.

Interesting points: Inspired from third installment(Hamlet) of Shakespeare trilogy after Macbeth and Othello .

Rating: 4/5

Suggestion: Must watch.

Bottomline: This is a pure Vishal Bhardwaj's movie.

Govindudu Andarivadele

Govindudu Andarivadele review
Translation: Govindudu is people's man.

Cast : Ram Charan, Kajal, Prakash Raj, Srikanth

Director : Krishna Vamsi

Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja

Story: Abhi Ram lands in India after listening his father's fight with his grandfather to unite them again. The rest of the story tells whether he is successful in his attempt.

Review: Krishna Vamsi once again showed his talent in a kind of films he is best for. Tho ugh it is a kind of a plot we have been watching in the earlier films in the past few years but the narration was bit different with Krishna Vamsi's mark directorial skills.

The hero of the film is of course Prakash Raj, he shown his versatility in acting as a strong grandfather who strives for respect in his village.

Ram Charan was the backdrop for a film like this who need to do acting through his expressions in emotional scenes, he couldn't do any better. For few scenes, he should have made us cry, but failed. Even Krishna Vamsi couldn't able to squeeze the acting skills from Ram.
"He must have bunked expressions classes while he was in Satyanand School of acting"

Kajal was so cute, gorgeous and sensuous. She is more beautiful than in Chandamama, thanks to Krishna Vamsi.

Jayasudha, as grandma steels the show with her natural acting and screen presence.
Srikanth was well suited to the character.

Music Dept: All the songs were good. Neeli Rangu Chiralona and Rara Raj Kumara were my favorite.

+ Points: Prakash Raj and direction.

- Points: Ram Charan.

Interesting points: Ram Charan and Srikanth acting for the first time.

Rating: 3/5

Suggestion: One time watchable.

Bottomline: Krishna vamsi back to his mark movies. Its a Krishna vamsi's show.