Mogudu is a 2011 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi starring Gopichand, Taapsee Pannu, Shraddha Das in the lead roles with Gadde Rajendra Prasad, Roja and Naresh in supporting roles. The film is all about how a man truly becomes mogudu (husband) when he understands his wife and wins her love. The film released on 4 November 2011
Mogudu is a 2011 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi starring Gopichand, Taapsee Pannu, Shraddha Das in the lead roles with Gadde Rajendra Prasad, Roja and Naresh in supporting roles. The film is all about how a man truly becomes mogudu (husband) when he understands his wife and wins her love. The film released on 4 November 2011 . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mogudu torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Enjoyable, disturbing, smart film... what if the only thing that makes your life standable is to see somebody else being as miserable as you?... great story, amazing ending.
(ag) wrote: It does what it is setting out to do perfectly, but I can't see myself giving this film another view. Painful to watch at time, but really worth it. 7/10
(de) wrote: In an age where political correctness is killing us all, it is nice to see a film that holds no punches when making fun of religious stereotypes! People got offended by this film, but that is why it made me laugh.
(mx) wrote: Most of her jokes are, in fact, very very funny, but her delivery is often times awkward and ruins the potential for laughs that the joke can catch. She also doesn't seem to have the energy that makes for famous, successful comedians. Silverman's loaded with potential, and appears to already be using a little bit of it.
(de) wrote: This is definitely my favorite Adam Sandler flick. Love this film. I think its a super funny film(especially since Adam Sandler is in it). 10 out of 10 stars.
(gb) wrote: Howard's End suffers from excessive lenght and a messy direction, but it rises on the strengh of its top notch cast, - led by a mesmerizing performance from Emma Thompson - a witty script and extremely stylish settings.
(mx) wrote: Yes, this is a dumb flick. Yes, the acting is terrible. Yes, the film uses about half of the footage from the first film. Yes, this is entertaining as hell.
(us) wrote: Something unusual and sometimes perverse, but then again so are humans.
(fr) wrote: Simply love it. Looking forward to see the full-length feature.
(br) wrote: After the well had seemingly run dry after 'Child's Play 3', 'Bride of Chucky' is a meta-horror reinvention of the killer doll franchise. Injecting the series with the contemporary elements of copious Fangoria gore (the Pinhead moment is stupendous), a headbanger Rob Zombie-contributed soundtrack, an exuberant Hong Kong director (Ronny Yu) and a spangly sense of humor (Chucky summarizes that "If this were a movie, it would take two or three sequels to do it justice."), 'Bride of Chucky' is exactly the cocktail that the Lilliputian murderer necessitated. The nasally vocal work from Jennifer Tilly compliments the acid-tongued grouchiness of Brad Dourif. Squabbling over Martha Stewart recipes and monogamy, the domestication-via-relationship satire is an absolutely hilarious contrast and it is overt that improvisation was used for the scenes between the Tiffany and Chuck puppets. It should be noted that the expressive animatronics have dramatically ameliorated since the 1988 original and the movements look effortlessly fluid. The rules around the soul transference with the voodoo amulet are now jettisoned mostly but, within the genre-bending confines of Don Mancini's lampooning script, it is appropriate to violate canon. The film concludes on a tawdry jab at sequel-bait with the birth of Chucky's spawn. Even the presence of Katherine Heigl can't derail this spirited successor.
(jp) wrote: Fell asleep halfway through. maybe it got better after that. But the first half was cranky old guy being cranky in ways that weren't amusing or endearing, just cranky. There was very pretty scenery if you can ignore the dialog and other signs of actors. waking up to old people cuddling in my living room while watching it ensured I won't be reattempting the second half, cause now I feel like it's tainted with my stepfather putting the moves on my mom and feels like old people porn. Save that shit for when I'm back in Colorado and don't have to see it.
(mx) wrote: Well,at the least there is truth in advertisement.
(de) wrote: What's Your Number is your average predictable romantic comedy, but with Anna Faris' comedic and usually ditzy performances, it is definitely worth a look.