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Ra Ra Linga lyrical video from Skylab is full of nativity


Even as Skylab is gearing up to hit the screens on December 4, its makers have released the Ra Ra Linga lyrical video. The folkish song aptly serves the purpose of raising expectations on the movie.

Running for 4.27 minutes, the video presents the lead characters of the movie in an interesting manner. There are some impressive scenes too. On the music front, the tune is catchy and the song is full of nativity.

The film features Nithya Menen as Gauri, a zamindar daughter-turned-journalist who is waiting for her big story. Then there are Satyadev as Anand and Rahul Ramakrishna as Subedar Rama Rao.

How the lives of these three different individuals join at a point- in the form of an alert that Skylab would fall on earth- is the idea behind the story. The trailer is a fun-filled one and raises expectations on the movie.

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Jathi Ratnalu Movie Review : Entertaining

Jathi Ratnalu movie review

Telugu360 Rating: 3/5

Jathi Ratnalu is creating ripples all over with the fun quotient. The trailer is fresh and thoroughly entertaining. The opening numbers for this small film are exceptional and it even dominated other releases. Jathi Ratnalu is directed by a debutant Anudeep and has Naveen Polishetty, Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna played the lead roles. Nag Ashwin produced the film on Swapna Cinema banner. Here is the review of Jathi Ratnalu:


Jathi Ratnalu is the story of Srikanth (Naveen Polishetty) and his friends Ravi (Rahul Ramakrishna) and Sekhar (Priyadarshi). All these three are fun-loving guys and are not bothered about their careers. One fine day, Srikanth decides to move to the city and his friends follow him. The trio lands in trouble for attempting a murder on a MLA. The rest of Jathi Ratnalu is all about how they clear all these problems and settle in life. Watch Jathi Ratnalu to know about the twists:


The audience will have to strictly leave the logic behind before entering the auditorium. Jathi Ratnalu is fun-filled, hilarious and is packed with entertainment throughout. Right from the first frame, the film looks hilarious. Naveen Polishetty is a gem and his comic timing is top class. Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna are quite supportive. The first half is well-packed and sets good premises for the second half.

The second half of the film maintains the same tempo though some of the episodes are dragged and slow-paced. The hilarious climax takes the film to the next level. The trio outshines throughout the film. One will just laugh and laugh ignoring the logic. The three songs are well picturized and the makers should have focused on the production values as they are extremely poor. Jathi Ratnalu is a hilarious ride and is focused completely on fun.


Naveen Polishetty is a gem of an actor and a Superstar is in making if he chooses the right scripts. He carried the entire film with his comic timing alone. Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna did their parts perfectly. All the scenes of the trio will generate enough laughs. The court scenes are shot well and the audience will be thrilled with Brahamanandam’s episodes. Faria looks good though she looks aged. Her smile and her expressions are her biggest strengths. Murali Sharma, Naresh and Vennela Kishore are good among the other actors.

Jathi Ratnalu has a lean plot and it is laced completely with entertainment. Please do not search for the logic and go with the flow. The dialogues, one-liners are the major highlights of Jathi Ratnalu. The music is good and the background score is decent. All the other technical aspects are good. The production values are not up to the expectations. The makers should have spent more to make the film colorful. Anudeep makes a grand debut with Jathi Ratnalu.


‘ Jathi Ratnalu ‘ is a good comedy film to watch . This film doesn’t not appear logical at times but it scores good at providing ‘ entertainment’ . You may watch it !

Telugu360 Rating: 3/5

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Mithai Review


Mithai Movie Review

Telugu360 Rating 1/5

Happening comedy actors Rahul Ramakrishna and Priyadarsh are testing their luck as heroes with a dark comedy titled as Mithai. Directed by Prasanth Kumar, the film also features a bunch of newcomers in key roles.

Mithai grabbed the attention of audience ever since the wacky and fun filled trailers have been released by the makers. The madcap thriller narrates the story of two eccentric friends who struggle in their professional life. VivekSagar composed the tunes.

Let’s find out what is in store for audience with this quirky drama.

Story: Sai ( Rahul ) , Jaani ( Darshi ) are childhood friends who reside in Hyderabad. This ‘ Mithai’ story span is four days in which Sai and Jaani are in search for a necklace thief. In a theft at Sai’s flat, robbers steal a necklace which he bought for his fiancée. As the marriage is scheduled in four days, Sai and Jaani determine to find the culprit. Rest of the story is the situations they face in pursuit of the thief

Analysis: Youth appealing trailers raised curiosity on Mithai. Audience do expect some dark comedy or any type of comedy at least in few scenes. But Mithai miserably fails in generating required comedy. A wafer thin story line has been developed into full length film with some absurd scenes. Inspired by some bolly flicks, director seems to be attempted a hatke comedy which is failed. Most of the film has been shot in bars, the lead duo always shown as drunkards. Characterization wise that is fine, but it becomes monotonous to see back to back bar scenes.

PriyaDarshi , Rahul Ramakrishna acted with ease. VivekSagar’s music is forgettable one in this film


  • None


  • Comedy that failed
  • Poor Casting

‘Mithai’ is a B grade film which tries to package as a trendy comedy film. With no sequence is able to make audience laugh, this film is avoidable one.

Telugu360 Rating 1/5

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Tollywood actor gets chance in Hollywood


Hyderabad: Rahul Ramakrishna, who played a hero’s friend role in Arjun Reddy and Geeta Govindam, is making an entry into Hollywood that too in a lead role. The movie titled ‘Silk Road’ will narrate a story of a Telugu student in the US.

Pradip Katasani will direct the move Silk Road and Rahul Ramakrishna will be playing the role of a Telugu student in the US. The Silk Road movie revolves around foreign students’ life in Los Angels. Cyber crime, drugs and other underworld activates in Los Angeles and how they affect the lives of students, who land in the world’s largest economy to fulfill their dollar dreams. Ramakrishna had earlier acted in Sammohanam and Bharath Ane Nenu movies as well.

“The news hit the streets very faster than I thought. This is my dream project. I always wanted to play such role. I am very happy that my Hollywood entry with this role.

Ramakrishna’s student role will be in a serious manner in the two-hour movie.

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Young and happening comedian all set to tie knot


Young actor and comedian Rahul Ramakrishna shot fame with Vijay Devarakonda’s Arjun Reddy. The actor is occupied with a bunch of films and is shooting without breaks. Rahul Ramakrishna who is quite active on twitter posted a picture saying that he is all set to get married on January 15th next year. He did not reveal much details about the girl. Soon, his followers showered the actor with congratulations messages. Rahul Ramakrishna is busy with a bunch of films and is signing web series too.

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