Thursday, June 3, 2010

Vedam Telugu movie review

Telugu movie star, Allu Arjun’s upcoming movie, Vedam, will be releasing in theatres tomorrow. In the movie, Allu Arjun will be donning the role of a cable worker. To promote the movie, Allu Arjun followed a different approach.

Allu Arjun walked in the slums of Hyderabad wearing a cable around his shoulder. Since he played a cable guy in the movie, who comes from lower strata of the society, he wore cable. He even climbed polls and got into the house of people to see if their cable was alright. During this interaction, he even delivered some dialogues of the movie. Promotion is a very important part of movie making. It was director Krish’s idea to send Allu Arjun to slums to promote Vedam.

Title: Vedam

Director: Krish

Music: MM Keeravani


Allu Arjun………Cable Raja

Manoj Manchu………Vija Chakravarthy

Anushka Shetty……..Amalapuram Saroja

Manoj Bajpai……Raheemuddin

Lekha Washington

Siya Gautham

Deeksha Seth



Posani Krishna Murali

Raghu Babu

Ravi Prakash

Satyam Rajesh

Vedam is directed by Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi alias Krish, who directed hit movies like Gamyam. Produced by Yarlagadda Shobhu and Devineni Prasad for Arka Entertainment, Vedam is a mixture of five different stories and each story belongs to five main characters. Famous Bollywood actor, Manoj Bajpai is doing an important role but it has not been revealed. An old man is doing the fifth character who will steal the show.

In the movie, Allu Arjun plays “Cable Raja,” who works as a cable operator and he is a working class man. Manoj Manchu plays Vija Chakravarthy, who is an upcoming rockstar. Anushka Shetty donned the role of “Saroja” a prostitute.

Vedam is an action drama movie. The music of the movie was released on May 3, 2010 and became very popular. M M Keeravani composed the music of the movie and lyrics were penned by Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry, Sahiti, ES Murthy and Keeravani.

Vedam did not see much promotion. Producer of the movie claimed that the movie will be released in Andhra Pradesh and overseas especially where Telugu speaking people live. More than 300 prints of the movie will be released.

Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi alias Krish, who directed the movie said that the movie is made focusing on screenplay which would be a new experience for the viewers. Krish believes that Vedam would become a cult film and set new style in movie making in Tollywood.

1 comment:

  1. Probably the best movie this year so far. Another good movie by krish.