Mungalla Krishnaon 10th Nov 2002, 6:37pm | Permalink
I have not seen the film yet. But I can say one thing about this film, and that is that ever since Ravi Teja worked with Chiru in Annayya as his brother, his luck has changed. And I expect that one day he will prove his talent and will become as successful a star as Chiranjeevi. My suggestion to you Ravi Teja is that you should not forget your annayya Chiranjeevi and should always get his blessings. I hope one day you will also turn out as Chiru in the Telugu industry. Raviteja I saw clippings of your film in Gemini T.V. Your performance is very well in Idiot. Best of luck for your next coming films, and I wish you a bright future. Bye Bye..
Nowhere are the triumphs of men's machismo more evident than on the silver screen. Right from the pan-munching, intrepid State Rowdy to the cotton-clad, butchery Narasimha Naidu, stars are dogged on braving new baddies and breaking new grounds. At the moment, the latest break-through is a non-butchery (fortunately), macho 'n' hep (definitely by Tollywood standards) hero whose hobby is to yap - and preferably snap - at a baddie-turned-police-commissioner. Presenting Chantigadu, a k a Idiot (Ravi Teja).
Sye… Sara Sara Sye… comes in Idiot Chanti, togged up in jimjams, gleefully boogyin....