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Sunday, September 21, 2014

“Will the Power Star (Pawan Kalyan), the David, Take on the Mighty Megastar (Chiranjeevi), the Goliath in Tollywood?” - Professor M.S.Rao












There has been ongoing rivalry between megastar, Chiranjeevi and his younger brother, Power Star, Pawan Kalyan for a few months. Whenever rivalry surfaced on political platforms, Chiranjeevi played it down asserting that family is united but politically they belonged to different platforms. Whenever Pawan Kalyan widened the gap, Chiranjeevi invested all his efforts to bridge the gap. If Chiranjeevi adopted evolutionary approach, Pawan Kalyan adopted revolutionary approach. It is due to the age difference between the brothers which led to open political conflict. Adding fuel to the fire, a few politicians tried to divide these two brothers. But Chiranjeevi remained cool and mature throughout, and maintained consistently that family is one and well united. The merger of Praja Rajyam Party into Congress party by Chiranjeevi was not appreciated by Pawan Kalyan. In fact, both brothers love each other as they did not indulge in personal attacks which usually happen in politics.  In fact, Chiranjeevi helped many people to enter into Tollywood including Pawan Kalyan, Ram Charan, and Allu Arjun. If there were no Chiranjeevi, there would be no Pawan Kalyan, Ram Charan, and Allu Arjun.  Everybody knows this fact.

When we talk about the popularity of Megastar and Power Star, the fan base of Power Star grew because of the voluntary honorable exit of Megastar from the Tollywood. And some of his fans joined Ram Charan, son of Chiranjeevi who is known as Mega Power Star.

If Chiranjeevi is compared with Goliath, Pawan Kalyan can be compared with David. We will have to see whether David will take on the mighty Goliath. Even if Pawan Kalyan takes on Chiranjeevi, the latter doesn’t mind as he loves his younger brother very much. To conclude, one thing is certain that between these two stars, there is a ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’, the Mega Power Star (Ram Charan) who will take on both these stars to be the number one in the Telugu film industry.  Good luck Charan!




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Saturday, September 20, 2014

“If a Film Producer Dies, Entire Film Industry Dies” - Professor M.S.Rao











“Superstars come and go. I want to make sure I am always a producer's actor. I may be refused to be called a great actor but I have never troubled any of my producers in my life. Honesty always catches the camera, and that is what my strength is.” - Akshay Kumar


Usually it is the heroes and heroines who earn good name when a film is hit. In rare cases, the villains and other artistes get credit when the film is a hit. Presently the directors of the films also earn good name if the film does well at the box office. However, the producers rarely earn any good name although it is the producers who risk everything by pumping all their money to make films in India. In most cases, the producers suffer the most. They have to manage many things including the egos of stars, directors, technicians and other stakeholders who are directly and indirectly involved in completion of a film.

It is basically the passion for films that inspires the film producers to risk everything to produce films. But mostly they suffer at the end. Most film stars hardly care their producers when their film bombs at the box office. However, there are a few actors who stand by their producers and handhold them if their films have failed at the box office. Such actors earn not only goodwill from their film producers but also ensure longevity of their career in the film industry.

Most people outside the film industry think that all producers have lots of money. It is not correct as most of them take loans from others. In some cases, they raise funds with high rate of interest to release their films on time. If films are not released on time, the interest rate will be higher, and it is a big risk again to the film producers.

Therefore, the life of film producers is not a bed of roses as viewed by outsiders. It is a bed of thorns. As long as producers perform well, actors and technicians flock them. The day the producers fail, these actors and technicians distance from such producers.

Remember, actors like Rajnikant and Chiranjeevi survived in the film industry as they supported their producers when their films failed at the box office by signing their next films with those producers for lesser remuneration.

The message from this article is that actors must support producers who are passionate to make films as passionate producers are very few in number presently. As the authors must support their publishers, the film stars must support their producers not only to ensure film industry to survive but also to ensure their careers to survive and thrive.  Remember, the actors and authors who let down their producers and publishers have gone to abyss.  Therefore, be accountable whether you are an actor or an author.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

“Are Boys Bakaras (Fools/Immature/Puppets) and Girls Nakaras (Clever/Mature/Puppeteers)?” – Professor M.S.Rao



“You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” - Abraham Lincoln
                                                                                  

It is observed that boys often run behind girls in educational institutions to impress them. These boys often compete among themselves to win the hearts of the girls in educational institutions. And girls get immense pleasure internally when boys chase them. Some of the girls proudly tell to other girls that more number of boys are chasing her in order to show their greatness. And the competition starts among the girls to attract more boys. At times, a few good girls are also tempted to join this competition due to peer pressure and age pressure. A few notorious girls incite boys with their fake smiles to outsmart other girls. In this way, they show to other girls that more boys run behind them. It is a kind of a game that happens in most educational institutions. Most boys don’t understand the inner motives of these notorious girls and their games.  They chase the girls just because the girls smiled at them. Sometimes they go to the extent of fighting among themselves physically costing their precious friendship for the sake of these notorious girls. They rarely understand that they are being fooled by these notorious girls due to their unhealthy competition among themselves. Some girls have more jealousy when other girls have more number of boy friends. Likewise, such games occur in educational institutions.

A few girls treat their boyfriends as ATM cards (ATM card is used for instant cash withdrawal from banks). Once the money runs out, these girls throw out these boyfriends and search for better boyfriends with ATM cards. Worse, there are some boys who ride by motor bikes along with their male friends by chasing the buses in which their girlfriends travel. These girls smile and provoke the boys through their eye contact and body language. Unfortunately, accidents occur and most times, the boys die in bike accidents. These notorious girls search for some other boy friends with ATM cards loaded with lots of money. Ultimately, it is the parents who weep over the death of their children. Boys don’t realize it; girls don’t care for it; and the life goes on like this! What a wonderful world!

Boys are often attracted by external appearances like color, not by internal beauty like character in girls. The problem with boys is that they mature late and the prospect with girls is that they mature fast. There is a mismatch between the genders. That is why boys become bakaras (fools) and girls become nakaras (clever). Boys become puppets and girls become puppeteers.

It is unfortunate that suicides are shooting up in educational institutions due to love failures. A study reveals that the rate of suicides is more among the boys than the girls.  It causes pain and brings misery to parents who have very high expectations on their children. Unfortunately, the boys and girls don’t realize these things at the time of committing suicide.

The message from this article is to love the right girl or boy, not the wrong one. Remember, an individual with a rotten attitude is always a liability. You must be intelligent enough to choose the right person when you love. Don’t fall in love with the person based on color. In contrast, fall in love with the person based on character because it is the character that bonds lovers together forever whereas the beauty goes away over a period of time.  


“Experience is a dear teacher, but fools will learn at no other.” - Benjamin Franklin
“It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.” – Mark Twain



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