But if the very thought of yet another Christmas with routine guests makes you scorn, Buzzintown has good news for you. We bring you a list of Christmas parties, carnivals & events scheduled for umpteen Christmas celebrations in Delhi NCR, Mumbai…more.
After all a change is as good as rest! Who knows, you could discover few Christmas ideas to incorporate in Christmases to come. Moreover, kids are the ones who wait for this time of the year most eagerly. You never know what new things or skills your kids could learn in these XMas carnivals filled with fun activities.
Christmas Celebration Events in Delhi NCR
A lavish buffet comprising of roast turkey, mince pie along with sparkling wine, beer and soft beverages make for an elaborate Christmas eve tradition at NYC. Traditional Christmas puddings and other festive delicacies await you for the dining experience of the season.
Christmas Celebration Date: Dec 25, 2013
Event Venue: Epicentre, Apparel House, Sector 44, Gurgaon
Epicentre gives you an awesome opportunity for all day shopping, games, music, films, contests, food and numerous other things to do. Get a chance to meet Santa too.
Christmas with the Gourmet Gift Hampers
Christmas Event Date: Dec 01 – Dec 25, 2013
Event Venue: Foodhall, DLF Promenade, 3 Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
This Christmas season, spread love as Foodhall brings you gourmet gift hampers that reflect the spirit of Christmas and have been carefully designed to reflect your taste and spread joy to your loved ones.
Become Santa and enjoy choosing from a careful selection of the best products from around the world or feel free to customize to suit your palette. Gift the love of food with Foodhall. Indulge in Chocolate Fondue or gift a warm bread basket perfect for the winters. One can even choose between the white wine toast, nutty delight or the high tea elegance. There is something for everyone.
A Merry Christmas – Christmas Special Lunch
Christmas Special: Dec 20, 2013
Event Venue: Daily Treats, The Westin Hotel, Sector 29, Gurgaon
The Westin Gurgaon, New Delhi presents ‘A Merry Christmas‘ at The Westin Culinary Academy. A Christmas special with Complex Pastry Chef Mohammad Qureshi, this session of the Westin Culinary Academy is all about cheers, happiness and spreading the joy of the festive season. Join us as Chef Qureshi teaches you how to prepare some simple but delicious sweet holiday treats. Rich Christmas Cake, Christmas Choux Croquant and Lemon Macaroons – it is indeed going to be a day of mouth – watering sugary delights. So drop in and spread the holiday cheer with a culinary session you cannot miss!
Celebrate Christmas with Flavours of The Caribbean
Merry Christmas Celebration Event Date: Dec 25, 2013
Event Venue: Pollo Tropical, MA 01, DLF Place Mall, Saket, New Delhi
This Christmas, rejoice and feast like the American’s do.Whether you’re an American away from home or just a fan of the Caribbean cuisine, delve into a range of Caribbean delights and celebrate Christmas at Pollo Tropical. Indulge in a soulful treat at Pollo Tropical with Special Family Meals that offer a wholesome package complete with succulent Flame Grilled Chicken served with Signature Sauces, accompanied by Rice and Beans, Dinner Rolls, Potato Wedges and Soft Beverages. A gastronomic delight awaits the vegetarians in the form of juicy fresh Grilled Paneer Family Meal.
A Gourmet Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve Celebration Event Date: Dec 24, 2013
Event Venue: The Westin, Number 1, MG Road, Gurgaon
The Westin Gurgaon, New Delhi presents ‘A Gourmet Christmas Eve’ at The Westin, Gurgaon. Celebrate winter chills and the festivities of Christmas with a heart – warming, scrumptious Christmas Eve special spread at Seasonal Tastes. Savour a throng of delights – from plum cake to glue wine, from candy cane to Roast Turkey – we have a little something for everyone. Bring your loved ones along and join us in grand yet warm merriment as we welcome the holidays together!
New Chocolate Brownie Twist
Happy Christmas Event Date: Nov 28 – Dec 31, 2013
Event Venue: All Gelato Italiano, New Delhi
Christmas is just around the corner and to pay a chocolaty tribute to all eternal chocolate lovers, Gelato Italiano introduces the flavor of the month with ‘New Chocolate Brownie Twist’. Lose yourself in the rich, creamy and soft crumbles of brownie flavour this Christmas season. Savour every bite of the new flavour for an exciting price of Rs.15/- in a cup and the TUB is priced at Rs.120/- across all Gelato Italiano outlets on the first day of the month only. 100% Vegetarian indulge in this dessert, guilt free at an outlet near you.
Christmas Celebration Events in Mumbai
Turkey Delivered to Your Doorstep This Christmas Eve
Christmas Festival Event Date: Dec 01 – Dec 24, 2013
Event Venue: Out of The Blue, Bandra, Le Sutra, 14, Union Park, Khar (West), Mumbai
On this Christmas Eve, select 10 Individuals would have the Opportunity of a Delicious Feast Created and Delivered by Out of the Blue. A specially crafted Turkey with a Delectable stuffing & some selective accompaniments awaits you on this Christmas Eve. Preebook, Pay in Advance & let us take care of your Christmas Eve Dinner Pre Ordering Starts from 1st Dec 2013 Delivery Date- 24th December 2013 between 6pm to Midnight.
Christmas Eve Dinner
Christmas Eve Dinner Date: Dec 24, 2013
Event Venue: Vista – Taj Land’s End, Taj Lands End, Bandstand, Bandra West, Mumbai
Soak in the festive joyous spirit of Christmas! Enjoy the spirit of sharing and bonding! Savour a delectable Christmas Eve dinner with your family and friends. The buffet dinner sparkles with Christmas specialities. A live carving turkey counter adds a touch of festivity to the meal. Truly a memorable dining experience!
Christmas & New-Year Hampers
Christmas Event Date: Dec 10 – Dec 31, 2013
Event Venue: Sugar ‘N’ Spice, Vivanta by Taj – President, 90, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai
Celebrate the festive season with specially crafted New Year & Christmas gift hampers that make it easier than ever to give your family and friends a perfect festive gift! Filled with delicious treats, gifts and surprises, the one-of-a-kind hampers are a most thoughtful gift!
Christmas Special Chocolate
Event Date: Dec 24 – Dec 25, 2013
Event Venue: The Cocoa Trees, 65, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy, Mumbai
Sprinkle the Love of Divine Chocolates this Christmas from The Cocoa Trees. It’s the Christmas season again; it’s the perfect time to gorge on delicious roasts & sinful desserts. It’s the season for enticing Chocolate treats, so go ahead, and treat yourself and your loved ones with chocolates this Christmas from The Cocoa Trees. Deemed by the old-fashioned traditional seller, The Cocoa Trees, a Singapore based chocolate boutique store has introduced Chocolate hampers this festive season bringing more contemporary and global choices to its customers. One can customize their hamper according to their taste, choice and preference.
For Christmas 2013 Events in Bangalore & to buy Christmas party tickets online visit Events section on Buzzintown (dot) com site.
!! Buzzintown wishes you all a Merry Chirstmas !!
It’s a Fuchsia aztec drape off-shoulder gown. The style was kept minimal and complemented the actress’s peaches and cream complexion to perfection, said a statement.
The episode, to be aired Sunday on Star World, will see Kareena Kapoor going up, close and personal about her life with host Karan Johar.
She has already created a stir with her controversial statement of addressing Katrina Kaif as her “sister-in-law” on the show. It shows that her cousin and Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor is serious about Katrina.
Interestingly, Ranbir will join her in the chat show. In the previous season of Koffee With Karan, Ranbir & Imran Khan appeared together and their lip lock were talk of town. It would be amusing to see who wins the much coveted hamper this time – Ranbir or Kareena. Who do you bet on?
Few more juicy tid bits about the Bollywood celebrity guests inline on Koffee with Karan…
Karan would also be doing an episode with his “Students” – Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt & Sidharth Malhotra.
Karan would grill Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor too in one of his upcoming episodes of Koffee With Karan Season 4.
Do you like Ranveer Singh’s clean shaven look? Stay tunned, looks like Karan would leave no stones unturned to make Season 4 of Koffee With Karan a superhit.
Kareena Kapoor’s cameo for “Happy Ending” movie will leave viewers surprised, says the actress’ star husband Saif Ali Khan, who plays the lead role in the movie.
“‘Happy Ending’ is a romantic comedy film. She (Kareena Kapoor) has done a scene in the film, which is against (her) type. It’s something you guys must not have expected, you all will be surprised,” Saif told reporters here.
Directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, “Happy Ending” also features actress Ileana D’Cruz.
Of his role in the film, Saif said: “There is a lot of talking in ‘Happy Ending’. Even that’s too difficult! You need control over that… I think I prefer different kind of roles and I must say I love my role in ‘Happy Ending’.”
Produced under Saif Ali Khan’s Illuminati Films banner, Happy Ending has an imressive enssemble of Govinda, Saif, Ilena D’Cruz, Ranvir Shorey, Kalki Koechlin and others. Apart from Kareena, Preity Zinta too would be seen in a cameo. Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. would be directing the movie and popular music director Pritam will be giving music in the upcoming rom com. Happy Ending is expected to release next year.
Hold your breath ladies & gentlemen as Karan Johar is back for the fourth time with his very famous talk show “Koffee with Karan“. Koffee with Karan Season 4 starts on 1 December 2013 at 9 PM on Star World with the first guest being Dabangg Superstar Salman Khan. The first teaser of Koffee with Karan Season 4 is already catching lot of eyeballs for obvious reasons
This is for the first time that Salman Khan would be seen on Koffee with Karan. Papa Salim Khan too is expected to join in.
Karan Johar would be seen asking Salman questions like:
“Its taken me many years to bring you on this show. Why did you resisted coming?” Salman – “Because you ask too many personal questions which i am not comfortable answering…”
“How does it work with handling exes?”
“If at a gun point you were forced to have a gay encouter who would you like to be with?”
“If you woke up one morning and realise you were Katrina Kaif, what would you do?” To which Salman replies in his typical Dabangg style – “Kuch bhi puchta hai yaar… yeah adami”
In the previous season of Koffee with Karan we saw Deepika Padukone share space with Sonam Kapoor but this time its our Piggy Chopps i.e. Priyanka Chopra doing the honor! Last time Deepika Sonam took potshots at Ranbir Kapoor and the Bollywood celebs who went under the knife which created lots of noise. Lets see whats in store this time.
Buzz is Gulab Gang actresses Madhuri Dixit Nene and Juhi Chawla too would be seen together. Looks like lots of surprises coming in in the upcoming Koffee With Karan episodes. Guys are you excited about watching Karan grill Bollywood Celebrities in his rapid fire round?
Red Hot Entertainment Presents Yo Yo Honey Singh live with Mafia Mundeer on 7th December, 2013 @White Orchid, Bangalore. Mashup Of DJ Vasi And MJ Irfan Manna will add all the more fun to the eventful night.
Visit here for more details on Yo Yo Honey Singh live in Bangalore. Get set for a rocking evening – it’s time for Yo Yo to mesmerize you with his catchy numbers! For early bird offer and more info CALL: 99869 – 84878 (Ahmad).
Honey Singh is all set to entertain his fans in Chennai on 29th November, 2013 @YMCA – West Cott Road. He is going to perform with DJ Hussy and Indian Dancing Superstars Finalists Loyola Dream Team.
To know more and to book tickets online visit here – Yo Yo Honey Singh live in Chennai. Be there to enjoy the musical extravaganza with the THALAIVAA (Honey Singh) of Bollywood music!
For all Honey Singh fans, we bring you a couple of Honey Singh photos along with his biography…
Honey Singh (28) is a Punjabi rapper, music producer, and an actor. He began his career in the music industry in 2006.
At the same point in time, he studied music at the prestigious School of Trinity (London). In 2006, Honey Singh, dropped his first single called “Glassy”.
Yo Yo Honey Singh Fan Following:
• Beyond 5 Million people are following Honey Singh across Facebook.com and Twitter.com
• Nearly 210 Million Combined views on His Youtube videos.
• Over and above 150000 Combined Youtube subscribers.
• People of 27 different languages are listening to His music.
• Highest paid singer in the South Asian film industry, Bollywood.
• Honey Singh’s “Brown Rang” was acclaimed the most-watched YouTube
Video of 2012 in India.
Honey Singh Awards:
• The ETC award for the Best sound in Glassi (2006).
• The PTC award for the Best Folk Pop Award for Rebirth (2009).
• PTC Punjabi Best Music Director for Desi Daroo song (2010).
• PTC Punjabi Best Music Director for The Folkstar album (2011).
• PTC Punjabi Best Music Director for his album I.V. (International Villager) (2012)
• Brit Asia (UK) Best International Act 2012.
• UK Asian Music Awards Best International Album for I.V.(International Villager) album (2012).
• PTC Punjabi Film Award – Best Music Director and Best Debut (Male) for “Mirza – The Untold Story”.
• PTC Punjabi Best Songs of the Year Award for “High Heels” and “This Party Getting Hot” (2013).
• Best Asian Singer of Middle East by World Top DJ’s association (WTD,UAE)
• MTV VMAI Awards – BEST INDI ARTIST (male) 2013 for Brown Rang.
Best of Honey Singh Songs:
Which is your favorite Honey Singh song? As is always, do tell us in the comments section below.
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“Saif is still in touch with his professors and teachers. These days people party with the same industry people and want to be with them but we don’t attend many parties. It’s important that we should meet normal people too,” Kareena said at an interaction here.
“We don’t like to only be in touch with the industry people. We work, but we are in touch with our college friends too. So we are in touch with reality, or else in this industry and in this glamour world, one can easily get carried away,” she said.
The actress, who comes from Bollywood’s famous Kapoor family, says she has never chased success in her life.
“I am very dedicated to my work but at the same time I have also lived my life. Each actor gets so lost in the competition and the glamour of this industry that they are always chasing success. I don’t think I have ever chased success.
“I have lived my life along with my career. My parallel life is always there with me. I don’t go away from reality,” added Kareena Kapoor, who made her Bollywood debut in 2000.
Adding a sparkle to your home is really easy. Get into the festive mode and follow our simple ideas to reinvent the décor to match this festival of lights! Check out few Diwali decoration ideas & tips…
Dressy Décor for Diwali celebration…
Pull out your brightly coloured silk dupattas or an old Benaresi saree with zari. Drape them across sofas, curtain rods or banisters to add that perfectly zesty festive touch. Pull out brocade (or brightly coloured) cushion covers to add colour to the room. Dress doorways, stairways and windows with ethnic wall-hangings or freshly made garlands of marigolds or jasmine to capture the essence of Diwali festivity.
Festivals in India revolve around food, and Diwali is no exception. Tie strips of colourful silk or bandhini fabric around every dish you put on the table. Use plantain leaves and terracotta pots to add life to the table. Create a sparkling centrepiece with an asymmetric arrangement of diyas, candles and tapers. Intersperse these with fresh fruits or flowers, sprinkle rose petals or draw diagonal lines with strings of jasmine!
Clay earthen Diwali diyas are perfectly biodegradable and will ensure a guilt-free Diwali for you: take your pick from hanging lamps, diyas, flat diyas, diyas with cutwork domes etc. You can wash and dry them post-Diwali and tuck them safely away till next Diwali.
Colourful paper lanterns, votive / tea lights, floating candles and strings of fairy lights will add a sparkle to your celebrations.
Lakshmi pujan is the fulcrum of Diwali. To propitiate the goddess of wealth, use fresh flower garlands on idols. Drape a colourful dupatta in the puja area, decorate polished silver thalis with offerings of fruits and sweets. Colourful rangoli, hanging diyas, coconut, silver /copper kalash, fresh leaves and flowers can all be used imaginatively to create innovative puja decorations
Rangoli is synonymous with decorating the house for Diwali. Colours used to create these magical rangolis (patterns of colour) may contain harmful chemicals. Do your bit for the environment this Diwali and create innovative rangolis with fresh flower petals, leaves, henna, whole pulses and coloured spice powders like turmeric, chilly etc straight off the kitchen shelf. All you need is a generous helping of imagination…
Simple rangoli designs not only brighten your home, but can be interspersed with flickering diyas for added effect. It’s also a fun way to bring kids, friends and the family together! Here are some simple rangoli designs you may like to decorate your home with…
Diwali is not just about lighting up your home, but also about lighting up your life with good cheer and happiness. It is symbolic of dispelling ignorance with the light of knowledge and awakening the inner self or attaining enlightenment…
!! Happy Diwali !!
Bhai Dooj Significance…
Bhai Dooj festival falls two days after Diwali and on this day sisters visit their brothers to apply a tilak on the brother’s forehead, along with a few grains of rice and offer sweets. This is to wish him a “sweet” life ahead, whilst the tilak symbolizes the vertical line which even the God of death (Yama) cannot cross. The sister wishes her brother a long, healthy life, whilst the brother promises to protect his sister always.
Bhai Dooj 2013 Date: This Year Bahi Dooj falls on 5th November, 2013.
The God of death, Yama’s twin sister was Yami ( who later took the form of the river Yamuna). Yami invited her brother on Bhai Dooj and smeared a tilak on his forehead, as she chanted shlokas for his long life. Overwhelmed by emotion, Yama promised that every brother who observed this ritual, will escape from the jaws of death. Bhai Duj is considered an auspicious day to bathe in the waters of river Yamuna.
Bhai Dooj Gifts…
It is customary for sisters to give gifts of sweets and dry fruits on this auspicious day. The brother in return offers his sister a token of commitment in the form of a gift. Traditionally brothers gave money to their sisters, but today gifting at Bhai Dooj is dominated by the stretch of imagination. It can range from jewellery, sarees, ensembles and shawls to handbags, trinkets, chocolates and even Spa vouchers!
Bhai Dooj Greetings…
It is customary for sisters to wish brothers on Bhaiya Dooj…
Dooj ke Chand sa Sunehra
Mera Bhaiya hai sab se pyaara
Is Bhai Dooj ke avsar par dobara
Karein hum yaad bhai behan ka rishta pyara pyara
Bhaiya mere, Bhai Dooj ki Shubhkamnayein!
Bachpan ki nok-jhonk…
Tumhara who mujhe chedna chidhana…
Kabhi hansaana kabhi rulana…
Acha lagta hai yaad karke…
Wohi hamara atoot rishta purana…
Happy Bhai Dooj Bhai!
Bhai Duj is a time to tell you
How much you mean to me, my dear brother!
Happy Bhai Duj!
Pyare bhai ke liye Bhai Duj pe yehi hai Behan ki dua…
Kamyabi hamesha tumhare kadam choome…
Khushiyan tumhari zindagi mein jhoomein…
Bharpur Sehat tumhara kabhi saath na chode…
Lambi ayu tumhare aage jhuk ke haath jode…
Har saal isi tarah hum yeh rishta nibhate rahein…
Is gulshan mein pyaar ke phool khilate rahein…
Bhai Dooj ki Shubhkamnayein!
For others, we may have grown old
But our childhood bond is pure gold
Unchanged, untarnished with time
We were once partners in crime
You were my first friend and guide
Till date a bond that we abide
Happy Bhai Dooj Bhaiyya!
Through life, fun, laughter and tears
You have been my constant companion.
With loving wishes for my dear brother
Happy Bhai Duj!
Festivals like Bhai Duj convey simple lessons of love and bonding, caring and sharing. Invaluable lessons indeed, considering the troubled and violent times we live in, today, reiterating bonds of love that remain as relevant today as they were then…
!! Happy Bhai Dooj !!
Diwali literally translates as an array of oil lamps. It is always celebrated on a dark moonless night (Amavasya) and marks the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya, after his having vanquished the demon, Ravan. It signifies the triumph of good over evil and stands for the light of knowledge as against the darkness of ignorance. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on Diwali festival and her blessings are sought for prosperity, wealth and abundance.
Five Days of Diwali…
Traditionally Diwali stretches across five days. Dhanteras is the official beginning of Diwali and Goddess Lakshmi is propitiated by buying something new for the house, usually in silver. It is followed by Choti Diwali and the third day is the most important: Lakshmi Puja or Diwali. The fourth day is observed as Govardhan Puja and the fifth day celebrates the sacred bond between brothers and sisters, known as Bhai Duj.
When is Diwali? This Year, Diwali falls on Sunday, 3rd November, 2013.
This Diwali use biodegradable diyas to spread cheer and goodwill. The traditional clay lamps are perfect for this. Today you have options of picking up hanging terracotta diyas, flat diyas, diyas with cutwork domes etc.
Nothing beats the flickering glow of oil lamps (diyas) on Diwali, and they burn much longer than wax diyas and candles. The best part is, you can wash and dry them post-Diwali and tuck them safely away till next Diwali!
It may be fun to watch the fire crackers light up the dark sky on Diwali, and crackers may seem to be synonymous with celebrating Diwali, but have you spared a thought for the fact that this temporary joy actually causes air and noise pollution? Most Diwali crackers contain toxic chemicals like lead, copper, zinc, cadmium etc and tend to linger for long periods in the atmosphere, apart from emitting a blanket of smoke. Say “No” to crackers this Diwali!
Colourful rangoli is synonymous with decorating the house for Diwali. Colours used to create these magical rangolis (patterns of colour) may contain harmful chemicals. Do your bit for the environment this Diwali and create innovative rangolis with fresh flower petals, leaves, henna, whole pulses and coloured spice powders like turmeric, chilly etc straight off the kitchen shelf. All you need is a generous helping of imagination…
Simple rangoli designs not only brighten your home, but can be a fun way to bring kids, friends and the family together! Here are some simple Diwali rangoli designs you may like to decorate your home with…
Spread Diwali cheer with meaningful greetings and text messages…
May the glow of diyas light up your life & home.
Have a cracker of a Diwali!
Mithai ki mithaas
Patakhon ki awaaz
Diyon ki timtimaati lau
Lakshmi ji ka poojan
Apnon ka pyaar
Yeh sab dein aapko Diwali ki bharpoor khushiyan
Apnon ka pyaar
Khushiyon ki bauchaar
Lakshmi ji ka ashirwad
Bhar de aapka ghar is Diwali par!
Wishing you and the family a very Happy Diwali!
May this festival of lights bring you joy, prosperity and cheer!
Yeh Diwali ka tyohaar
Laye unginat uphaar
Saphal ho apka karobaar
Badhe apas mein sneh aur pyaar
Lakshmi ji ki kripa ki ho bauchaar
Kushal rahe apka parivaar
Diwali ki Shubhkamnayein!
Diwali celebration marks the end of the harvest season across India and the closing of business accounts. It is a time for thanksgiving, and Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth is propitiated to ensure the coming year brings abundant prosperity. Diwali is also symbolic of the awakening of the inner light or enlightenment…
!! Happy Diwali !!
The first Telugu film (Sati Savitri) was made way back in 1933 and the first film studio in South India was built in Rajahmundry in 1936. Since then Telugu films have come a long way…
Telugu films are quite the staple in the state and with Telugus residing elsewhere. The Telugu film industry has gone down in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest film production facility in the world. The heroes are larger than life with rippling muscles and twirled moustache while the heroines are buxom and the film hoardings tower like skyscrapers. Telugu movies in Andhra Pradesh are BIG! Several successful Telugu films have been remade (or dubbed) in Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam and Tamil.
Telugu actor Brahmanandam holds the Guinness record for acting in the maximum number of films in a single language. Telugu producer D Rama Naidu holds the Guinness record for having produced the maximum number of films and has over 130 films to his credit.
Patala Bhairavi (1951), Malliswari, Devadasu, Mayabazar, Nartanshala, Marocharitra, Siva, Sagara Sangamam, Sankarabharanam and Maa Bhoomi are listed as the ten of the finest Indian films by CNN-IBN out of the hundred films selected.
One of the earlier films Missamma (1955) saw Savitri and Nageshwar Rao entwined in a scandalous plot in a bold film of its times.
Sankarabharanam (1979) traces the life and love of a Carnatic singer (Somayajulu) and the film went on to become a mega-hit and won several prestigious awards.
NTR was a legendary Telugu actor worshipped by the masses. He acted in popular mythological films like Ramayanam, Allari Ramudu and Brahmarishi Vishwamitra. His other blockbusters included Student No 1, Aadi, Andhrawala, Ashok, Rakhi, Shakti, Subbu, Badshah etc.
Siva (1989) saw Amala and Nagarjuna as student protagonists championing the cause of students with gangsters, politicians and the mafia forming the backdrop.
Telugu Veera Levara introduced the Andhra cowboy on the silver screen and this was the first James Bond genre of films ever made in Telugu.
Chiranjeevi set the Telugu screen ablaze with his characteristic good looks and macho image. His list of super hits includes Chandipriya, Kotabeta Rowdy, Love In Singapore, Kaali etc.
Other Telugu films to have created history are Subhakankshalu, Brahmaputrudu (starring Venkatesh), Ladies Tailor, Sri Krishna Tulabharam (starring NTR) Aatma Gouravam, Donga Ramudu, Chandrahaaram etc.
In recent times Tollywood hits range from Prema Kaavali, Rakta Charitra, Vadha, Eega, Business Man, Love Failure, Julai and Shirdi Sai to Sudigadu, Life Is Beautiful, Ee Rojullo, Dhenikaina Ready, Romance and Poola Rangadu.
Telugu films are money spinners, Telugu stars have temples dedicated to them, Telugu heroes and heroines are role models to be emulated… all is well in Tollywood!