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Chiranjeevi's 150th Film - Jilla remake
« on: January 16, 2014, 09:33:57 PM »
Chiranjeevi's 150th Film The Remake Of 'Jilla

Ever since Chiranjeevi has joined politics that is, almost 6 years ago, there have been huge clamoring for his 150th film among the fans. Whenever he is called as a guest to a filmy event, fans have eagerly waited to hear an annoucnement from him on the stage and the Mega Star himslef has admitted that he always belonged to Films than politics.



Of late, the chant has resurfaced back when Chiru was learnt to have spoken to his close associates that he would be making his 150th film soon after the elections 2014 are over. There are also news making rounds that he has seen the recent Tamil success 'Jilla' starring Mohan Lal and Vijay. Adding to the flavor is the rumor that Charan will play Vijay's role while Chiru will do Mohan Lal's and the film will be directed by VV Vinayak.

Well, this could be one of those products of the rumor mills in T-Town or this could well turn out to be a reality. If it does, Mega Fans will pull up their socks once again to show their love for their star.

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Chiranjeevi's 150th Film - Jilla remake
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2014, 09:38:24 PM »

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« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2014, 10:00:31 PM »
Vijay-Mohanlal Jilla remake in Telugu with Mega Heroes



Mega Supergood Films which produced the Vijay-Mohanlal starrer Jilla is planning to remake the film in Telugu with top stars.

Producer RB Chowdary announced Jilla was not being dubbed in Telugu because of a plan to do a remake.

Rumors have been in circulation that Ram Charan and Chiranjeevi might star in the remake of this movie as Vijay and Mohanlal played Son and Father in this commercial flick. Jilla is releasing on January 10th and Mega family might consider remaking it if the Tamil movie hits the bull's eye.

Mega Fans will be delighted to hear the news of Ram Charan and Chiranjeevi playing the leads in 150th flick of Megastar. Hope for the best!

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Chiranjeevi's 150th Film - Jilla remake
« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2014, 08:57:24 PM »
Tamil cinema audiences love mass hero films, which may not have logic or reason but just have the essential masala items. Vijay’s Pongal release Jilla is a typical festival fiesta, a power packed, crackling thrill ride tailor-made for fans.

If you are looking out for some fun and time-pass entertainment then, Mohanlal and Vijay combo is sure to make your day. The bonding and camaraderie between the two, who play father and son is what the film revolves around.

Don’t expect any surprises in the plot or treatment, as the story is as old as the hills. Sivan (Mohanlal) is a don like guy in Madurai area. He brings up Sakthi (Vijay), his driver’s son as his own after he is killed by a police officer. Sakthi grows up with an aversion to Khaki and hates cops. To save his father’s crime syndicate, Sakthi is forced to join the police form, but soon tables are turned.

The film works largely due to Mohanlal – Vijay combo scenes. The jostle and push dance between the two in the energetic and massy number Sivanum Sakthiyum Serndha Maasu da.. is electrifying. The bonhomie and the comic timing is perfect and emotional action laced climax is apt.

Both the superstars have equal screen space. If Mohanlal hogged the show in the first half, it is an out and out Vijay show in the second half. Mohanlal is at ease playing the larger than life don, that only an actor of his proven calibre can make it believable. Be it his introduction scene or his flare-up, he tempers the recklessness of his character with restraint and pours plenty of heartfelt emotions. Vijay as usual is dashing and is terrific in the scene where he transforms from a reckless guy to a duty bound cop.

Kajal Aggarwal has nothing much to do other than be a part of the songs. Comparing her last release Thuppaki, here she lacks the oomph of an eye-candy and her make-up and costumes are nothing to write about. Poornima, Mahat, Niveda, Sampath and others just fit the bill. The major plus of the film is D Imman’s songs with Kandaangi Kandaangi.... and Paatu Onnu... being the pick of the lot.

On the downside, the film is too long and predictable with some of the songs acting as speed breakers. What is the need of that item song? Soori’s comedy falls flat.

The film works mainly due to Mohanlal and Vijay combo. Jilla is masala entertainment and a full course meal that leaves you with a smile on your face. A perfect outing with your family this festival season.

Verdict – Mass Masala Entertainer

SOURCE: sify.com

If so does it fit the bill for MEGASTAR'S 150TH FILM. Routine routine....from my end a bigggggg       N O

 

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