Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Nitya Menon Wallpapers

nandi award winners
Balakrishna and Nityamenon got the Nandi award as best hero and best heroine respectively. The film Vedam got the best feature film award. Here is the complete list of Nandi Awards announced in year 2011:
  • First Best Feature Film:Vedam
  • Second Best Feature Film:Ganga Putrulu
  • Third Best Feature Film:Prasthanam
  • Akkineni Award for best home-viewing feature film:Andari Bandhuvaya
  • Best popular feature film providing wholesome entertainment:Maryada Ramanna
  • Best film on national integration:Parama Veera chakra
  • Best Children film:Little Buddha
  • Best documentary film:Advaitham
  • Best director:P Sunil Kumae Reddy(Ganga Putrulu)
  • Best Leading Actor:N Bala Krishna(Simha)
  • Best Leading Actress:Nitya Menon(Ala Modalaindi)
  • Best supporting actor:Sai Kumar(Prasthanam)
  • Best supporting actress:Pragati(Yemaindi Yee Vela)
  • Best comedian actor:Dharmavarapu(Alasyam Amrutam)
  • Best comedian actress:Jhansi(Simha)
  • Best Villain:Nagineedu(Marada Ramanna)
  • Best Child Actor:Master Bharat(Bindaas)
  • Best debut film director:Nandini Reddy(Ala Modalaindi)
  • Best screenplay writer:Gowtam Menon(YMC)
  • Best story writer:RP Patnaik(Broker)
  • Best dialogue writer:P Sunil Kumar Reddy(Ganga Putrulu)
  • Best lyric writer:N Siddareddy(Veera Telangana)
  • Best Music director:Chakri(Simha)
  • Best Male playback singer:MM Keeravani(Maryada Ramanna)
  • Best Female playback singer:Pranavi(Sneha Geetam)
  • Best art director:Ashok(Varudu)
  • Best Choreographer:Prem Rakshit(Adhurs)
  • Best audiographer:Radhakrishna(Brindavanam)
  • Best costume designer:Sriram & Sri Kumar(Varudu)
  • Best male dubbing artiste:Raju(Darling)
  • Best female dubbing artiste:Chinmayi(YMC)
  • Special Jury Awards: Samantha, Chandra Siddhartha, Manoj, Sunil, Sreeramulu
While not too long ago tinsel-towners taking a shine for hard-hitting journalist roles was the fad, now the trend seems to have reversed with those with a media background settling down for a filmi career. That's exactly what bubbly Nithya Menen, stylish Priya Anand and Bengali Babe Shraddha Das have opted for. 

If Nithya Menen, who played a photo journalist in "180", sounds too candid at times, then perhaps you can blame it on the fact that she studied journalism. The actress, who does not believe in beating around the bush, in her forthright style had gone on record to tell us why she chose not to take up journalism as a career. "Journalism is not what it used to be. I thought it was an important job, but it is not. I'm idealistic and it pretty much upsets me that negativity sells. I knew a job like that would lead to a lot of conflicts because of the way I am and I wouldn't last long!" she says. 

Then does she really get to do what she wants to in films? "More than being an actress, I wanted to make films so that I could say what I wanted to through the medium. Actually, I almost turned down "Ala Modalaindi" because I wanted to learn cinematography at FTI Pune. Nandu (Nandini Reddy) brainwashed me into doing the film. Now I have no regrets," she adds. 

While that's Nithya's viewpoint, Priya Anand, a Communication and Journalism graduate from the University of Albany, who also played a journalist in her debut film "Leader" looks at things in a totally different way. "I think journalism, films and all other media go hand-in-hand. I always wanted to get into films and I studied journalism to get to know the technical aspects of production. I also worked as an assistant director for a TV channel. My education has helped me handle all kinds of people and to present myself in a better way." 

Actress Shraddha Das, whose last T-town outing was "Nagavalli", holds a degree in Mass Media and Journalism. Shraddha feels that her education stands her in good stead in a tinsel world where actresses have a short shelf life. "Journalism is my Plan B. I took up the course after I had joined films as I was interested in it and it is a related field. In the glam world, nothing lasts forever and after my marriage I do not want to do films. I'd love to be an anchor or a news reader." 
Nitya Menon at Sega Press meet

Urumi Movie Photos

180 movie review
Movie Name: 180 - E vayasika radu
Review Rating: 2 / 5
Cast: Siddharth, Priya Anand, Nithya menon, Geeta etc
Cinematography: Balasubramaniam
Music: Sharath
Director: Jayendra
Production: Sathyam Cinemas and Agal Movies

Ajay (Siddharth) comes to Kasi in a sad manner. He meets a young boy who doesn't havethe fear and worry about death. Being inspired from the boy, he forgets his sorrow and turns into a happy living guy next door. He choses to stay in a house and gets close with the owners Geeta and Mouli. Vidhya (Nithya Menon), a photo journalist falls in love with him. But Ajay didnt accept her. What is the reason? Why he is sorrow in the movie at beginning? Who is priya anand? To know answers to this questions, you need to watch the movie on screen.

Siddharth performance is good as usual. His character has two shades and he did justice to both of them. Nithya Menon looks little chubby, but was amazing. She suited the character well. Priya Anand role is cute and lovable. The rest did their part well.

  • Priya anand and Nitya menon.
  • Fantastic picturisation of first song.
  • Background music.
  • Predictable storyline
  • Boring second half
  • Lack of comedy
  • Screenplay
Final Note:
First half of the movie is OK, but second half is too much boring. Last 1 hour of the movie is very difficult to tolerate. I saw people walking away from seats during last hour. It tests the patience of the audience. The movie has no chance to become success at box office.
Few who like tragedic movies may like it, rest can ignore it.
sega audio function

Nani Nitya Menon Sega Photo Gallery

Nani Nitya Menon Sega Photos

180 Movie Audio Songs Function

180 Movie Wallpapers

Nitya Menon as Journalist
Recently she spoke to media about her role in 180 and said, "180 is a romantic film but I don't think it can be classified as a fluffy love story. It is a wonderful story with a script that is layered and more complex than the normal ones. I play a journalist in this film. I studied journalism though I never really became a scribe. So, this film gave me an opportunity to play that role."
180 Movie Posters: Nitya Menon

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