Cameraman Ganga tho Rambabu

Cameraman Ganga tho Rambabu

As for the film, Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu is another story of corrupt Indian politics brought to its knees by a single man, in this case Pawan Kalyan's Rambabu. When Rambabu is spotted defusing a potential riot he becomes something of a folk hero in Andhra Pradesh, and Cameraman Ganga (Tamannah), a newswoman eager to climb the corporate ladder, decides to take advantage of his new celebrity by bringing him on as an investigative reporter of sorts at her TV station. There is tension, suspense, a love triangle, murder, and numerous fights and songs, and it all adds up to what seems to be an above average masala film, and a return to form for director Puri Jagannadh.

Rambabu (Pawan Kalyan) owns a garage and is a mechanic. But he is a different young man who is sensitive to injustice and doesn't hesitate to take action as a responsible citizen. Soon, his... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cameraman Ganga tho Rambabu torrent reviews

Jenn T (fr) wrote: Outstanding score, I really loved the music. Really helped bring it all together. Good acting too.

Sora S (fr) wrote: even many years pass, u never 4got the story that u have fall in love wiz a person who from the other country when u stay there

Ryan H (au) wrote: This showed promise for the first twenty minutes, then completely fell apart. Aside from the story ignoring reality, the characters just simply are not believable in their roles. Renner does not strike you as a cold-blooded killer; Tucker acts innocent at times, cold at others, then innocent again, then just confused. This isn't character development, it's just an unstable character. The lead female character is one of the worst characters I've seen in a film in quite some time. Unrealistic, bad characters, a couple chuckles, and a completely unsatisfying ending. This movie is definitely worth skipping.

Marta R (br) wrote: This would be a much better world if we could speak the truth.... sloppy ending.

Eric A (de) wrote: This movie is a great example of pure addiction. Knowing some people who has had the exact problem, on a lower scale, made me cringe in certain scenes.

Mark B (nl) wrote: ubaya hakuisha vizuri

Michal G (de) wrote: Un film assez interessant car tres realiste. A la fois trop court et rapide. Aurait-il fait une heure de plus que c'aurait ete geant

Emmi K (us) wrote: You gotta love Ludwig II.

Richard L (ag) wrote: Members of a revolutionary group blow things up, fight and have sex with each other, and have long, vague, cryptic discussions about what they should do.

Keenan S (gb) wrote: Gate Of Hell is quite a film, to say the least. Sure, there's the fact that it was the first color Japanese film, but it's also a film where despite a deceptively simple premise, it holds a great deal more in intellectual value, and also having a lot to say about the nature of human beings when obsession and desires consumes every last facet of our lives, even if it threatens to destroy the object of desire.During a traitorous rebellion, the royal family needs to be evacuated, so to fool the invaders, a woman named Kesa, volunteers to be the Ladyship's double, while being escorted by some samurai, including one named Moritoh.The rebellion ends up being crushed, and Moritoh is considered to be a hero and he is offered anything he wants as a reward. He wants to marry Kesa, but this particular request cannot be honored, as she is already married to a man named Wataru. This infuriates Moritoh, and he refuses to take no for an answer and seeks endlessly to win her love while also deviously plotting to get Wataru out of the picture.The story is familiar, and on the surface, is simple.. But, it's the way that the film presents it, and the way that is written and performed, that makes the story a great deal more than what it would seem at first thought. There are many themes to be processed: obsession, desire, greed, and other dark themes, but it is also surprising in themes like devotion, true love, sacrifice, and other themes. It covers a wide spectrum of human thoughts and emotions, both dark and malicious, but also how goodness and devotion to the one you love can stand in the face of terrifying evil that threatens to destroy everyone. The story is quite compelling, and also tragic and emotional.The acting is superb, especially from Machiko Kyo as Lady Kesa and Kazuo Hasegawa as Moritoh. Machiko Kyo is a sympathetic and wonderful character, while Kazuo Hasegawa does an amazing job of playing the menacing Moritoh as his mental state slowly deteriorates when the object of his desire rejects him over and over again until there is nothing but the obsession as his goal in sight. These two are what made the film what it was in terms of storytelling, as they successfully balance between good and evil elements of human nature.Gate Of Hell is a superb drama that definitely deserved the numerous awards that it won when it first released. This makes it ever more questionable as to why it took so damn long for it to get released on a home video format (So much so, that they had to restore all the colors and footage because the footage was so faded and old from not being used for so long). Whatever may be the reason for this, we finally get to see the masterpiece in all its glory. It's not just a beautiful color film, but it's also an exceptional drama and among the greatest Japanese films ever made. If you love a good drama, Gate Of Hell is something worth seeing.

Augustine H (fr) wrote: The overtone is so simple: why can't humans leave the aliens alone? It's heart breaking to see the alien died here.

Caitlin L (nl) wrote: Love this story. Great story of learning who you are.

Jesse C (jp) wrote: The cool thing about Darkman it is a classified a superhero film without being based on a comic book, it feels like it could have been. Liam Neeson does a great job playing a well-mannered and good man, who is utterly and completely losing his s#it. The movie's got a great style to it, it's dark, kinda bizarre, and kinda comical (This does have the same director as The Evil Dead trilogy) With some great music from Danny Elfman, who also did the score for Burton's Batman movies

Gleb I (nl) wrote: A powerful film - one that plays a lot in the grey areas between good and evil. Touches of psychological horror. Excellent score and script, great acting, good cinematography.

Chris Y (ru) wrote: While it was too long i recommend watching its a good 3 hour pass time.

Samantha K (jp) wrote: Quite funny and has JF' what's not to love