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Billa (Telugu)


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  • Actors: Prabhas, Anushka, Krishnam Raju, Nayana Tara, Namitha
  • Directors: Meher Ramesh
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Bhavani DVD, inc.
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B002VL8CNI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #501,347 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Technical Aspects are furthermore top-notching. Cinematography is strikingly spectacular while editing is sleek and stylish. Billa has chic look, cool visuals, rich production values, and stylish hero (Prabhas) and some good skin show by Anushka. The movie is an escapist action drama with technical glitz. Stunning cinematography, rich production values, glamour, and action stunts are main highlight of the movie. Billa is all about style and gloss. --Bhavani DVD

Billa is magniloquent on all panoramas of narration and technical aspects. So, it s a great treat for all Prabhas fans getting to watch their star so fantastically portrayed. Fine! For sure, it s winner of Summer Season. Prabhas is extremely stylish with well toned and highly muscular body in the role of the don. The blazers suited him really well. His second role as Ranga entertains us with the dialogue delivery he popularized with Bujjigadu film. His steps in Bommari Bommali song are good. --Bhavani DVD

Anushka is good with slim figure and she is extremely glamorous in revealing dresses. Fights done by Stun Siva are efficient and stylish (especially superb chase sequence). Production values by Gopi Krishna Movies are excellent. The entire movie is mounted on a grand scale. --Bhavani DVD

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Billa (Prabhas) is a don operating from Malaysia . Krishna Murthy (Krishnam Raju) is a cop who is on the trail of Billa. Billa dies in an encounter with cops. Krishna Murthy keeps it as a secret and brings Billa s lookalike Ranga a petty thief onto the scene. The rest of the story is all about how Ranga completes the job for Krishna Murthy.

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Bollywood (Hindi pop film) and Tollywood (Tamil pop film)have been robbing each other even before somebody coined those ridiculous terms for Indian regional movies, and "Billa" is no exception. Back in the day, Hindi film god Amitabh Bachchan made a gangster film called "Don," penned by the classic writing duo Salim-Javed, about a ruthless gangster who is secretly replaced by a rather sweet and naive look-a-like when a cop captures him. The film was a big hit, and soon after Tamil film god Rajnikath came out with "Billa," a knock-off that tailored the story more to regional sensibilities, and it was a big hit for him as well. Both films became classics of their respective industries, just as both stars became absolute icons, so it was generally beyond imagination that anyone would dare to remake these films. In 2006, however, the unthinkable happened when writer/director Farhan Akhtar, son of Javed, re-imagined his dad's story and installed current Hindi superstar Shah Rukh Khan as the new "Don," creating some fierce debate and another hit. So it is no surprise that current Tamil superstar Ajith remade "Billa," which is "Don," which is...well, you get the idea.

This new "Billa" owes more to the new "Don" than the old "Billa," but like its predecessor, it pays strict attention to the regional differences and is more Hindu-centric than the rather secular "Don." Like the Tamil film industry itself, the movie is less polished and rougher around the edges than the Bollywood version, and Billa is more of a brutish "gunda" (gang leader) than the fatally sophisticated Don.
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