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Anushka Shetty Hot Telugu Movie Vedam 2010 Full Movie Online Live

Vedam (Chant) is a 2010 Telugu drama film written and directed by Krish, starring Allu Arjun, Manoj Kumar Manchu, Anushka Shetty, Manoj Bajpai, Saranya Ponvannan, Deeksha Seth, Lekha Washington, and Siya Gautham. Broadly falling into the Hyperlink Cinema genre, the film was critically acclaimed, receiving several accolades including four Filmfare Awards, This was also the second film to win the four major awards (Best Movie, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress), after Jeevana Jyothi in 1975 Shoban Babu film and had a decent run at the box office as well. Krish later remade the film in Tamil as Vaanam (2011), with Anushka and Saranya reprising their roles.

Vedam revolves around 5 principal characters.

Vivek Chakravarthy (Manoj Manchu) is an upcoming rock star in Bengaluru who hails from a family of decorated army officers. His mother wants him to follow the same path but he isn't interested. He is about to give his first live concert on New Year's Eve with his band-mates in Hyderabad. However, Vivek is late to catch the flight and so the band is forced to travel by road. After sometime, one of their tyres get deflated. Not having a spare, the other friends go to get the tyre inflated leaving Vivek and Lasya (Lekha Washington) alone. Meanwhile, they are attacked by a Hindu racist group. However, they manage to get out of the mess with the help of a Sikh truck driver (who incidentally gets involved in an earlier alteraction with Vivek). The band successfully reaches Hyderabad. However they suffer a minor accident there which involves a mother in labour. So Vivek and Lasya takes her to the hospital.

Saroja (Anushka) is a prostitute in Amalapuram working for Rattamma. She has a best friend Karpooram who is a eunuch. Saroja doesn't like working for Rattamma and plans to run away from there. Her dreams come true when she receives a call from Hyderabad from one of her agents. The very next day, which happens to be the New Year's Eve, she leaves for Hyderabad with Karpooram, without Rattamma's knowledge; but not before putting the local sub-inspector Bullabbai to sleep using pills. However, Saroja is arrested in Hyderabad by constables for betraying Bullabbai. Karpooram gets frees her from the inspector and they are both taken by their agent to a client. The client turns out to be yet another broker, who bought Saroja and Karpooram from Rattamma. Both successfully escape from the broker after a scuffle in which Karpooram gets stabbed. So, Saroja takes her to the same hospital that Vivek and Lasya take the pregnant lady to.

Ramulu (Nagayya) is a debt-ridden weaver from Sircilla. He lives with his widowed daughter-in-law, Padma (Saranya Ponvannan) and grandson. Ramulu is desperate to get his grandson educated, being illiterate himself. However he owes money to the local landlord, who takes his grandson away saying that he would be sent to the construction business in the city for 10 years to recover the money. He gives Ramulu & Padma 3 days to clear the debt. Not knowing what to do, Padma agrees to sell her kidney, which is illegal (Ramulu had previously sold his kidney for the same purpose). They come to Hyderabad and her kidney is sold successfully. The original kidney is sold for 100,000 rupees of which Ramulu gets only 37,000 rupees.

Raheemuddin Qureshi (Manoj Bajpai) is a Muslim hailing from Old Basti in Hyderabad. In the past, his wife suffered a miscarriage due to a scuffle between him and a few Ganesh devotees during a religious procession. Unable to bear the loss, he decides to leave the country. However during his farewell party, a police officer (who previously insulted Qureshi during the scuffle) comes to his house and arrests his nephews, alleging that they have links with terrorists. When Qureshi obstructs him, he arrests him too. During interrogation, one of his nephews accepts his terrorist background and says that something tragic would happen on New Year's Eve. Qureshi is shocked. When the police transports him to remand, Qureshi panicks and tries to escape. However, his escape bid is unsuccessful and he gets shot in the leg. He is then taken to the hospital and kept in the same ward as another terrorist suspect.

Cable Raju (Allu Arjun) is a lower middle class guy hailing from Jubilee Hills slum living with his maternal grandmother. He loves Pooja (Deeksha Seth), who is from the upper class of the society. Pooja, however, doesn't know of Raju's financial background and thinks of him to be rich. Raju has to get 2 passes for a lavish New Year's Eve party which cost almost 40,000 rupees. He tries to obtain that money by various means, but is unsuccessful. He even tries to snatch chains from women's necks, but is apprehended by the police when his motorbike hits a police van. He is taken to the police station where he meets Saroja. However, Dappu Subani (who initiated him into the chain snatching business) comes to his rescue and gets him freed. His grandmother, vexed at his behaviour, gives him 3,000 rupees and asks him to do whatever he wants. In a local cafeteria, he happens to see Ramulu with his money bundle and decides to steal it and thus follows him to the hospital. He successfully manages to steal the bundle from Ramulu and Padma. However, as he is about to pay for the passes, he realises his mistake, adds his own 3,000 rupees to the bundle and returns it to Ramulu.The Movie moves around INR40,000

Meanwhile, a group of terrorists come to the ward housing Qureshi and free their leader. They leave Qureshi unharmed on account of his being a Muslim and start the terrorist attack. Raju and Vivek try to save as many people as possible. They even kill two terrorists in the process. Qureshi saves the life of the policeman who arrested him. In the final fight sequence, both Raju and Vivek valiantly give up their lives, trying to protect the people in the hospital.

The conclusion of the movie shows Saroja deciding to change her professiion; Vivek being recognised as a national hero; Raju was dead being respected by all in his community, with Pooja coming to see him along with her mother; Qureshi being freed by the thankful policeman and Ramulu successfully repaying the money and getting his grandson back.

Manoj Manchu as Vivek Chakravarthy
Allu Arjun as Ananda "kanna" Raju
Anushka Shetty as Amalapuram Saroja
Manoj Bajpai as Raheemuddin Qureshi
Saranya Ponvannan as Padma
Nagayya as Ramulu
Lekha Washington as Lasya
Deeksha Seth as Pooja
Siya Gautham as Zara
Posani Krishna Murali
Raghu Babu as Dappu Subani
Rakesh Varre
Ravi Prakash as ACP Shiva Ram
Satyam Rajesh as Ganapathy
Nikki as Karpooram
Director Krish had a visual of an old man walking along with a child in his dreams. However, he felt it as too arty to make a film and also the story was not complete. One day while travelling from Guntur to Hyderabad, he narrated the story of Nagayya (initially he named it as Jalayya) to cinematographer Gnana Sekhar, who also worked with him in Gamyam. The second story initially he conceptualised was about a film crew and later changed it to music band. The title of Vedam struck him when he was penning the story at Sirivennela's home. Krish wanted to do the character of Karpooram, but decided against it after his mother warned him. Later, when discussing the story with Anushka Shetty, she suggested her personal make-up person Nikki for the role and Krish liked him. Anushka reduced her remuneration by 30% as the film was a being a low budget producction. Raheemuddin Khureshi (character played by Manoj Bajpai) is the name of Krish's best friend in intermediate. Nagayya was spotted by Krish. The climax of the film was an inspiration from 26/11 Mumbai blasts in Taj Hotel. After getting a basic story line he decided to produce Vedam on his banner First Frame entertainment, before producers Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni decided to finance it. The five principal characters were based on the five natural elements-Water, Air, Earth, Fire and Sky. It notably became the first film Allu Arjun and Manoj Manchu starred in that did not involve their respective fathers Allu Aravind and Mohan Babu.

Vedam had no promotional activities since the film's launch a year ago. First activity happened just before the music launch, by releasing the wallpaper masking the main actors and highlighting the film's title at After the film's music launch, the wallpaper was re-released without masking the actors.

Critical reception
Vedam opened to utmost positive reviews. The Times of India gave a review stating "After watching contrived plots and stereotype protagonists, this path-breaking movie arrives as a breath of fresh air. Undeniably, it's another inspiring film from the maker of Gamyam."[7] Rediff gave a review stating "Vedam is a must-watch for its story, screenplay, direction and technicalities. It offers a hope to the audience interested in good and sensible cinema that such a film can be made in Telugu. Vedam is a beautiful confluence of writing and technical aspects. It has set a benchmark in Telugu cinema."[8] gave a review stating "Vedam is a good film. Please watch it and encourage good/meaningful cinema. This film will be liked by classes and A center audiences. If masses and B/C centers patronages Vedam, it will not only do good to the film, but to the entire Telugu film industry."[9] Esskay of gave a review stating "If films like Vedam aren't encouraged, we will be left with films that will be made with only money and without a soul! Watch Vedam and ask your friends to watch it, for the sake of good cinema in Telugu. The noise of clapping by the audience after the film finished is the loudest I've heard. I plead and rest my case!"

Box office
Vedam collected INR25 crore (US$4.2 million)(gross) until end of its run[1] Vedam Pre-release revenues went up to INR17 crore (US$2.8 million). Making it a Table Profit film even before its release. Allu arjun took an acting fee of INR6 crore (US$1.0 million) as remuneration from acquiring distribution rights with a few important areas across the state.

Nandi Awards
Nandi Award for Best Feature Film – 2010.
2011 Filmfare Awards South
Best Film – Sobhu Yarlagadda & Devineni Prasad
Best Director – Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi
Best Actor – Allu Arjun
Best Actress – Anushka Shetty
Best Music Director - M. M. Keeravani
Best Female Playback Singer - Sunitha - "Egiripothe"
Best Lyricist - Sirivennela Sitaramasastri - "Now Or Never"
2011 CineMAA Awards
Best Actress (Jury) – Anushka Shetty

Anushka Shetty Tamil Movie Singam 2010 Live Online Full Movie

Singam (English: Lion) is a 2010 Indian Tamil action-masala film directed by Hari, starring Suriya and Anushka Shetty in the lead.  The film, produced by K. E. Gnanavel Raja in association with Reliance Big Pictures, and distributed by Sun Pictures, was released on 28 May 2010. Upon release, the film was dubbed into Telugu and released as Yamudu and into Hindi as The Fighterman Singham.  The film's success led to remakes in Kannada as Kempe Gowda, in Hindi as Singham, and in Bengali as Shotru.  The sequel, Singam II, which released in July 2013, was a high commercial success as well. 

The film begins in Nallur, a small village in Thoothukudi district in southern Tamil Nadu. Duraisingam (Suriya), is the honest police sub inspector of Nallur, assisted by his bumbling colleague Erimalai (Vivek). He belongs to Nallur with his father having a respectable status in the village. His family business is provision stores and Duraisingam wants to join it, but he joined police due to his father's wishes. He resolves most of the problems in his village with non-violence and mutual counselling. He uses force only when the situation demands it, thereby gaining much reputation and love from the villagers. Mahalingam (Nassar) is an industrialist in Chennai and a friend of Singam’s father (Radha Ravi). He comes to the village with his beautiful daughter Kavya (Anushka Shetty). Eventually Singam and Kavya fall in love with each other.
Everything seems to be smooth-running until Chennai-based Mayil Vaaganam (Prakash Raj), a big-time extortionist with shady mafia dealings who blackmails people by complaining to the Income Tax Department, is required to travel to Nallur to sign a conditional bail. He instead, sends one of his allies to do the formalities, much to the anger and rage of Singam who demands Mayil sign the bail in person. Humiliated, Mayil reaches Nallur but is unable to take any revenge on Singam fearing the immense love and devotion of the entire village towards Singam. Using his political contacts, he gets Singam transferred to Chennai to teach him a lesson.
Singam, unaware of Mayil’s hand behind his transfer, joins Thiruvanmiyur police station. His co-worker, Sub-Inspector Ravi (Bose Venkat), hates Mayil for his crimes but is unable to take any action because of Mayil’s political powers. The assistant commissioner (Nizhalgal Ravi), Singam's senior, is on Mayil's payroll and takes care in concealing and eliminating the evidence of Mayil’s crimes from the eyes of the law. The police commissioner (Ajay Rathnam) also does not help Singam as there is no evidences against Mayil and the assistant commissioner and in turn, warns him to stay away from Mayil's case. Unable to take on Mayil in his stronghold, Singam wants to return to his village but is stopped by Kavya who encourages him to fight against the evil and not run like a coward.

Being mentally tortured by Mayil, Singam arrests Mayil’s henchman (Adithya) in a fake case of illegally smuggling alcohol. He thwarts off the assistant commissioner in full view of the public when the assistant commissioner, bounded by his duties to Mayil, tries to protect the henchman. Meanwhile Mayil kidnaps Kavya’s younger sister for ransom. Rescuing her, with unexpected help from the Home Minister (Vijayakumar) Singam successfully traces the origins of the kidnapping racket to Mayil. Singam also gets promoted to Assistant Commissioner of the specially-formed Anti-kidnapping Task Force. Mahalingam, who was hostile to Singam following an altercation with Singam's father back at Nallur, softens up and agrees to give him Kavya's hand in marriage.
The police officers, including the police commissioner, and the assistant commissioner, now on Singam's side, decide to help Singam fight Mayil. They manage to kill Mayil's henchman in an encounter at an hospital and begin to target everyone and everything related to Mayil. In retribution, Mayil starts targeting everyone close to Singam, including Kavya, whom he shoots but is saved by Singam, and Ravi, who is hacked to death by Mayil's henchmen. To escape the arrest warrant issued out to him, Mayil kidnaps the Karnataka Home Minister's daughter. He falsely tells Singam that he is going to Pondicherry with her when actually he is going to Nellore in Andhra Pradesh to put the police off the track. However Singam manages to pursue them till Gudur near Nellore, where he rescues the home minister's daughter and kills Mayil in an encounter.
As the post-credits roll, Durai Singam is seen with Kavya heading back to Nallur, and as when Singam is stopped briefly by the Home Minister and assigns an undercover mission, to which he willingly agrees.

Suriya as Assistant Commissioner Durai Singam
Anushka Shetty as Kavya Mahalingam
Prakash Raj as Mayil Vaaganam
Nassar as Mahalingam
Vivek as Yettu Erimalai
Manorama as Kavya's grandmother
Radha Ravi as Durai Singam's father
Vijayakumar as The Home Minister
Krishna Pillai as Divya Mahalingam
Bose Venkat as Sub Inspector Ravi
Nizhalgal Ravi as The Asst. Commissioner
Yuvarani as Durai Singam's sister
Janaki Sabesh as Kavya's mother
Subash Chander as Vengai Swami
Sumithra as Durai Singam's mother

Character Map of Remakes 

Singham (2011)
Kempe Gowda (2011)
Shotru (2011)
Surya SivakumarAjay DevgnSudeepJeet
Anushka ShettyKajal AgarwalRagini DwivediNusrat Jahan
Prakash RajPrakash RajRavi ShankarSupriyo Dutta

Anushka Shetty Tamil Hot Movie Vettaikaaran (2009) Movie Online Live

Vettaikaaran (English: Hunter) is a 2009 Tamil action masala film film directed by debutant B. Babusivan that stars Vijay and Anushka Shetty. Gopinath handled cinematography while V. T. Vijayan was the film's editor. The film, produced by AVM Productions and distributed by Sun Pictures, was launched in February 2009 and the shooting for the film commenced the following month. The film revolves around a youngster who aims to be a cop just like a local police commissioner whom he idolizes, but during the process he is stopped by the evil done to his friends by a local mobster. The film's soundtrack, composed by Vijay Antony, was released in September 2009. The film was released worldwide on 18 December 2009, receiving mixed reviews.  The film was an super hit at the box office and was dubbed into Telugu as Puli Veta. 


Ravi (Vijay) lives in Tuticorin. He aspires to become a policeman like his idol, Police Officer Devaraj IPS (Srihari). After completing his 12th standard (Plus 2), he joins a college in Chennai, and also earns a living by driving an auto rickshaw. During the course, he meets Suseela (Anushka Shetty) in and falls in love with her instantly. With the help of her grandmother, he succeeds in winning Suseela's heart. Chella is a criminal who wants any girl he desires. He meets Uma in a public place and insults her by removing her saree. Ravi comes to her defense and defeats Chella, hospitalizing him. His troubles start as Chella's father, a criminal don named Vedanayakam (Salim Ghouse), with the help of a corrupt police officer Kattabomman (Sayaji Shinde), begins to create havoc in Ravi's life. Ravi himself is thrown in jail on a false case and is expelled from college. Only Suseela is willing to actively help him. As Ravi turns to his mentor Devaraj for help, he shockingly learns that Devaraj's family has died at the hands of Vedanayakam and that Devaraj himself has been blinded by Vedanayagam and is helpless. It is at this stage that Ravi takes up a new persona called "Police" Ravi to clean up the illegal activities of Vedanayagam and instill hope in the public, something that Devaraj was unable to do.
In the process, however, Vedanayagam kills Ravi's close friend Sugu (Sathyan), prompting Ravi to kill Chella in retribution. Vedanayagam decides soon after to become a minister, knowing that it is the only way to put a stop to Ravi's activities. As Ravi finally plans to kill Vedanayagam, knowing the danger of him becoming a minister, the police arrive to arrest Ravi. However, Ravi sees Devaraj in the crowd and announces Vedanayagam's location to him just as he is being arrested, allowing Devaraj to shoot and kill Vedanayagam, effectively taking his revenge.
In the end, Devaraj is reinstated into the police force and agrees to make Ravi a police officer. However, Ravi states that he does not need to become one, for he has found the police officer within himself and that is all he needs to succeed in life. The film ends as Ravi happily leaves with Suseela and his friends.

Vijay as Ravi
Anushka Shetty as Susheela / Kanchana,
Srihari as Devaraj, the IPS officer who Ravi idolizes
Sayaji Shinde as Kattabomman/Shivaji, a corrupt police officer working for Vedanayagam
Salim Ghouse as Vedanayagam/Nayak Bahadur, the main antagonist
Sanchita Padukone as Uma/Sanchita, Ravi's friend
Sathyan Sivakumar as Sugu, Ravi's friend
Ravi Shankar as Chella Vedanayagam / Chella Nayak Bahadur, Vedanayagam's son
Srinath as Valayapathi, Ravi's friend
Sukumari as Susheela's / Kanchana's grandmother
Cochin Haneefa as the owner of a complex
Raviprakash as Commissioner of Police
Delhi Ganesh as Ravi's father / Radhe Singh's Father
Lakshmi Ramakrishnan as Ravi's mother
Bala Singh as Rajasekhar
Jayashree as Chella's Wife
Imman Annachi
Jason Sanjay in a special appearance
Madalasa Sharma in a cameo appearance

During the filming of Kuruvi, directed by S. Dharani, B. Babusivan served as one of his assistant directors in the film and wrote the dialogues. Sivan was later prompted to begin his maiden directorial venture with Vijay in the lead role. He was eventually chosen as the director for the next feature film to be produced AVM Productions. The project was originally titled as Police Ravi but in August 2008 it was re-titled as Vettaikkaaran, taken from the 1964 Tamil film starring M. G. Ramachandran. 
Vettaikaran was formally launched the next month. The film's director Babusivan, producers M. Balasubramaniam and B. Gurunath Meyyappan, Vijay and his wife, Vijay Antony, S. A. Chandrasekhar and director Dharani were present at the film's inauguration.
Commercial directors Perarasu and Hari were mentioned, but AVM Productions chose B. Babusivan to be the director of the film. 
Several actresses were considered for the lead female role with Shriya Saran, Tamannaah, Ileana D'Cruz, Bhavana, Asin,  Nayantara and Anushka Shetty  being considered for the role. Afterwards, Anushka was finalized to portray the role. Cinematographer Gopinath was chosen to be the lead cameraman in the film after Ravi Varman was dropped from the film. V. T. Vijayan was signed as the film's editor.

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