No importance to cinema's

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Postby Marxist » January 29th, 2005, 8:39 pm

Very good topic. Cinema's are making people lazy. Instead of giving unnecessay importance to cinema's we should concentrate more on productive activities.

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Postby mandangi » January 30th, 2005, 3:16 pm

venugopalsistla wrote:Do we really need a prompting and encouragement, our brains are totally polluted and full of cinema virus, In vizag we have more than 50 theaters and all do run to packed houses. Sankardada has been released in 12 theaters in Vizag, this shows madness.

Ilanti verri vallato adukovadam cinema vallaki 1980 nunchi baga alavate.
In India rich people become more rich and poor people become more poor. Because our politicians are following pro capitalistic policies.
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Postby ArunMahapatra » July 9th, 2005, 9:22 pm

venugopalsistla wrote:Sankardada has been released in 12 theaters in Vizag, this shows madness.
Few mad people make junk cinema super hit. Evaru emanukunna vallu alage chestaru.

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Postby mandangi » July 16th, 2005, 10:12 am

Kalinga_tiger wrote:In Srikakulam district even muncipal towns like Amudalavalasa which have around 40,000 population do not have more than 4 or 5 theatres. In East Godavari district such towns have nearly 10 theatres.

Very true. Intrest on cinemas in people differ from area to area. My relatives town Rayagada in Orissa is district head quarter. But still there are only 3 theatres in that town. But those theatres dont get much patronage. My father said that in those days there were only 2 theatres in Rayagada. Those thatres are owned by kammas. They used to play only telugu cinemas in their theatres. Due to popularity of NTR and ANR only, those theatres used to get patronage. Nowadays there are no good heros like NTR or ANR. But some mad people are patronising useless cinemas well. Now they are also playing Oriya cinemas in that town. But Oriya cinemas are also not much popular like telugu cinemas.
In India rich people become more rich and poor people become more poor. Because our politicians are following pro capitalistic policies.

Praveen Kumar Mandangi


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