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Mohanlal’s Marakkar Completed Censor Formalities, Grand Release In Telugu Through Suresh Productions On December 3rd

Malayalam superstar Mohanlal's upcoming big-budget film, Marakkar: Arabia Samudra Simham, has completed all the formalities including ce...

26.11.21

Mohanlal’s Marakkar Completed Censor Formalities, Grand Release In Telugu Through Suresh Productions On December 3rd





Malayalam superstar Mohanlal's upcoming big-budget film, Marakkar: Arabia Samudra Simham, has completed all the formalities including censor and it is now all set for theatrical release on December 3rd. The film, directed by Priyadarshan, is the most expensive Malayalam film. Tollywood’s leading production and distribution house Suresh Productions owned by Suresh Babu will be releasing Marakkar grandly in Telugu states.


Marakkar is the most awaited film in Malayalam and there is good anticipation for the film in Telugu as well. With Suresh Productions releasing the movie in Telugu, it will have big release here as well.

Mohanlal’s popularity is not confined to single language or state, he is a noted star in Telugu and other languages as well. His films like Manyam Puli did exceptional business in Telugu and he’s part of few superhit straight Telugu movies such as Janatha Garage.

Antony Perumbavoor, Malayalam’s top producer, who received two National Awards and made numerous blockbusters under the banner of Aashirvad Cinemas has produced Marakkar in association with Confident Group on a massive budget.

Arjun, Suniel Shetty, Kichcha Sudeep, Prabhu, Manju Warrier, Keerthy Suresh, Kalyani Priyadarshan etc. are the other prominent cast of the film.

Constitution Day celebrated in a grand manner at Raj Bhavan








Hyderabad, Nov 26: Constitution Day is celebrated in a grand manner at the Raj Bhavan, here, on Friday.

Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan, Chief Justice of Telangana High Court Justice Satish Chandra Sharma, High Court Judges, Ministers and other senior officials of the government took part in the celebrations where the rich tributes were paid to the architects of the Indian Constitution.

The dignitaries also read out the Preamble of the Constitution as part of the celebrations.

Speaking on the occasion, Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan stated that the Constitution has been proving effective in strengthening the country’s unity in diversity.

“The Constitution played supreme role in protecting the rock solid foundation of democracy in India,” she added.

The Governor gave a call to protect and promote the supremacy of the Constitution by promoting the ideals and values enshrined in it.

Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for initiating the Constitution Day celebrations since the year 2015 to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution by the Constituent Assembly on November 26th in 1949.

Remembering the services of Baba Saheb Dr. BR Ambedkar in drafting the Constitution as the Chairman of the Drafting Committee, the Governor paid glowing tributes to his contribution in preparing one of the best and the comprehensive Constitutions in the world.

“We can only pay our real tributes to the architects of our Constitution by upholding the values and ideals enshrined in it and by promoting the spirit of Constitution at all levels,” she said.

Chief Justice, High Court of Telangana, Justice Satish Chandra Sharma exhorted all the sections of the people to resolve to rededicate to protect and promote the supremacy of the Constitution and the rule of law in the country.

Earlier, the Governor, the Chief Justice and the Judges of the High Court of Telangana and senior officials of the government and the judiciary offered floral tributes to the portraits of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. BR Ambedkar, and the Constitution.

Telangana Legislative Council Chairman V. Bhupal Reddy, Ministers K T Rama Rao, V. Prashanth Reddy, Satyavathi Rathod, V. Srinivas Goud, and Ch. Malla Reddy, were among others who were present on the occasion at the Raj Bhavan.

Protect the rights of the poorest of the poor: Governor

Hyderabad, Nov 26: Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan has called for the protection of the rights of the poorest of the poor and other underprivileged sections.

“It is vital to protect the rights of the people in the true constitutional spirit. Advocates and others concerned must be the voice of the voiceless,” she said.

The Governor was inaugurating the training and development programme for the advocates and para-legals belonging to the primitive tribal groups, being organized by the Centre for Practicing Law in collaboration with the National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (NIRDPR), at the NIRD campus, campus, here, on Friday.

The Governor expressed concern over the high rates of Infant Mortality and Maternal Mortality among the tribal people and called for concerted efforts to improve their health and nutritional conditions.

“There is an urgent need to improve the healthcare infrastructure in tribal areas and ensure better access to the medical and healthcare services for the tribal people living in remote tribal habitations,” she added.

Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan called for the sustained efforts to improve the health, nutritional, social, educational and economic status of the tribal people.

The legal training and development programme for the advocates and paralegals belonging to the primitive tribal groups is the brainchild of the Governor, who wanted special efforts to legally empower them

The Governor appreciated the initiative of Raja Rajeshwari Thaman, director, Centre for Practicing Law, and the NIRDPR in collaborating for the training programme.

NIRD PR director general Narendra Kumar, Secretary to Governor K. Surendra Mohan, CPL Director Raja Rajeshwari also spoke on the occasion.

-Press note







Director Kalyan Krishna Launched First Look Of Prabhu Deva, Regina, Anasuya’s 'Flashback'



'Flashback' is a crazy project starring Prabhu Deva, Regina and Anasuya in the lead roles. The upcoming film with the tagline 'Gurthukosthunnayi' is produced on grand scale by P. Ramesh Pillai under the banner of Abhishek Films. Don Sandy who previously directed two movies has helmed the project. AN Balaji of Sri Lakshmi Jyothi Creations will be releasing this bilingual film in Telugu.


First look poster of Flashback is out now. Star director Kalyan Krishna Kurasala has released two different first look posters of the movie. While the first poster shows the beautiful love track of Prabhu Deva and Regina, the other poster shows Anasuya along with the lead pair. Both the posters are highly impressive.

Billed to be a coming-of-age entertainer, the film will be high on emotions and they will easily connect to younger generation with interesting narration. The title and tagline have garnered great interest on the film.

Every scene in the film will strike a chord with all section of audience. Regina plays an atypical role as an Anglo-Indian teacher in the film, while Anasuya will be seen in a vital role. These two roles are going to be a major attraction of the film. Anasuya's role will be a highlight, while Prabhu Deva's character will be very new. The songs and background score by Sam CS will be another big asset. Challa Bhagya Lakshmi and Anirudh Sandilya are the lyricists for Telugu version.

Nandu Turlapati has penned dialogues for the Telugu version of 'Flashback' which is being made in Telugu and Tamil languages. Tamil dialogues are penned by the director himself. The producers are pretty confident that their film will not only impress everyone with its unique point, but it will also become a big success. The release date of the film will be announced shortly with an unexpected bang.

An amazing story, coupled with all the commercial ingredients, the film is going to offer never-seen-before experience to audience in theatres.

Bhagagat Gita Competition on 5th Dec at Annamacharya Kalamandiram in Tirupati


With an aim to inculcate the great values of our Sanatana Hindu Dharma among youth, TTD will be conducting a Srimad Bhagavat Gita recitation competition to students on December 5 at Annamacharya Kalamandiram in Tirupati.


This competition will be held under the aegis of the HDPP wing of TTD. The students have to recite the shlokas from the 17th Chapter, Shradhatraya Vibhaga Yogam. The Junior category includes 6th and 7th class students while students of 8th and 9th standards fall under the Senior category.


Similarly, competitions will also be held in all the 700 shlokas from 18 Chapters of Bhagavat Gita and those below 18 years of age are considered to be juniors and above as seniors.


Interested shall participate in the competition which takes place in Annamacharya Kalamandiram from 9am onwards on December 5.


For more details, contact ph. 9676615643, 9866028992, 9133681593.

TTD Clarifies


With an aim to telecast the rituals, religious events, festivals that are performed in the Srivari temple at Tirumala every day on SVBC and SVBC Radio,  TTD has stopped the services of Akasavani-All India Radio Tirupati FM.


In a statement released on Thursday evening, TTD said it has entered MoU with Akasavani for an everyday three hour slot from 3am to 6am to live relay the programmes in Tirumala temple during that time on payment of Rs. 35akhs per annum.


When TTD is having its own Channel and Radio to live telecast and relay all the rituals in the temple, it has decided to stop the services of Akashvani.

Devotees are requested to make note of this and watch and listen to the live programmes on SVBC and SV FM.


TTD Jeo Reviews onSKVST Development

TTD JEO Sri Veerabrahmam on Thursday inspected the ongoing development works at









Srinivasa Mangapuram.


During the review meeting with officials in the temple premises, he directed the concerned to make accommodation arrangements for devotees and Archakas near Kalyana Mandapam. He also instructed to bring Sri Krishna Deva Raya Sadan into public utility soon.


The JEO also said to initiate measures to ensure that rain water does not enter inside the temple. He directed to erect display boards with the necessary information for the sake of devotees. The officials were directed to send the proposals of development works to Archaeological authorities for prior permission.


He said, soon there will be review meeting on Vaikunta Ekadasi arrangements.


Later he also visited SV Ayurveda Pharmacy in Narsingapuram and verified the preparation of medicines.


ASI Official Sri Satyam, temple DyEO Smt Shanti, EE Sri Murali, AEO Sri Dhananjeyudu were also present.