Banner: Parameswara Arts
Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Trisha, Kriti Kharbanda, Paresh Rawal, Danah, Mukesh Rishi, Pragati, M S Narayana, Sudha, Kasi Viswanath and others
Story: Imtiaz Ali
Screenplay and dialogues: Trivikram Srinivas
Cinematography: Jayanan Vincent
Editor: M R Varma
Art director: Narayana Reddy
Action: Tinu Varma
Choreography: Raju Sundaram, Kalyan
Produced by: Ganesh Babu
Directed by: Jayanth C Paranji
Release date: April 14, 2011
Theater watched:Prasads, Screen 3, Hyd.
Rating: 3 / 5
Pawan Kalyan New Telugu Film Teenmaar Movie Review:
By Comparing past film this film gaved some hope for Pavan Kalyan For his Furture Cine carrer.
Teenmaar is a Copy and Paste film of bollywood Bolckbuster Love Aaj Kal. Jayanth didn’t take any risk for this film so he just copied and paste the Love Aaj kal Movie in telugu. Jayanth is very good Director of Copy & Paste Films.
The film is about love of the present generation and bygone era. Michael Velayudham (Pawan Kalyan), a chef in Cape Town, meets chirpy beauty Meera and both of them hit off well. They start dating and fall in love. When Meera has to move to India, Michael proposes to break it off, as long distance love relationships don’t work. They part ways but Michael’s friend Senapati (Paresh Rawal) tells that real love can lead you to any distances and lengths and begins to narrate his friend Arjun Palwai’s love story. Arjun (Pawan Kalyan) and Vasumati (Kriti Kharbanda) take us back to the end of the 70’s era in Kasi. Their story begins. Rest of drama is about the parallel stories of Arjun going to great lengths to win his love and Michael trying to win back Meera.
Pawan Kalyan: AsUsal Pavan Shows his strenth in acting, But In Mike Charcter some parts in film his Performance is not upto the mark and done over acted. But In Arjun Character His Performance was Very good.
Trisha is cute as always. Kriti Karbandha did the role of lady love in the flashback episode. Though she looks pretty good, her hair-do and make-up didn’t appear natural. Australian girl Danah has done the role of hero’s girlfriend. Paresh Rawal is fine as a restaurant owner and story narrator. Ali entertains in a small cameo as a taxi driver. Sonu Sood is apt as a gentleman. Mukesh Rushi, Sudha, Tanikella Bharani etc are okay.
Technical and Other Departments:
Trivikram’s dialogues form the major highlight of the movie. There are many punch dialogues (antha chinna nadumu intha baruvu ela mostundi) as well as meaningful ones (baledani ammani, kopamga vuntadu ani nannani marchalemu kada). Songs scored by Mani Sharma are good. However, the re-recording could have been better. The spot dubbing done for Pawan Kalyan affects the audibility of dialogues. Cinematography by veteran Jayanan Vincent is fine. Art direction is alright. Editing should have been better.
The film is the remake of the Bollywood hit ‘Love Aaj Kal’ and while most of it has been repeated, few changes were made in the script and extra scenes were added to suit Pawan Kalyan’s image. While the first half takes off a bit mildly, the real momentum begins in second half. This is a film for those who believe in the value of loved ones and know how to respect a relationship. Overall, the film scores with good technical values and production quality but given the backdrop, this will appeal more at the Urban centers and may not have the same impact at B, C centers. At the box office, this has a hit written all over it.
Teen Maar is good entertianment film and its good film to watch this weekend!!!!!