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Krish’s Vedam – Allu Arjun, Anushka, Manoj **Stills** (Updated -Reviews) April 13, 2010

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More fixing of the cable and less of the posing Arjun..Lol!



This is more like it…


Now or never promo       


Prapancham song promo

 Song promo 1

Different version theatrical trailer with some great new scenes

Song promo 2 


vedam stills  


 vedam allu arjun    


Great trailer!  








vedam first look stills

vedam anushka     









 ,vedam first look stills   

vedam anushka


 A not too exciting first look poster (at least a clear one now). Releasing 20th May so should get more stills and trailers soon.  

,vedam poster  

vedam  stills


34 Responses to “Krish’s Vedam – Allu Arjun, Anushka, Manoj **Stills** (Updated -Reviews)”

  1. MinaiMinai Says:

    LOL- for a split second I was like “woah, what did Arjun do to his hair?” Oh wait, that’s this Manoj dude. Actually, he looks sorta cute from some quick pics I saw of him. Interesting!

    So is this Anushka the same one as the Arundathi Anushka? Looks completely different…hmm….

    • filmizest Says:

      Yes she is. I am not sure who she is paired with since this is a multistarrer but she plays a prostitute. I think she gets offered more meaty and Interesting roles than the other actresses. Probably because Arundhati was such a success.

  2. Kiran Says:

    Hey thanks for pics, Shwetha. But why are there more pictures of Manoj than Arjun in all the websites?
    Sorry Minai, but ‘cute’ is the last word i think of when i see Manoj 😛 He is like Uday Chopra to me…..just barely tolerable 🙂

    • filmizest Says:

      hehe…just saw this comment. Com’on Kiran Uday Chopra? That’s harsh.

      • Kiran Says:

        Harsh? And here i was thinking i was being generous 😛 That guy just rubs me the wrong way.

        • filmizest Says:

          :))) well here is some more info from Allu Sirish on twitter;

          Bunny’s name in the movie is CABLE RAJU, a lower middle class youth. Krish Jagarlamudi promises Vedam will be unlike anything u’ve seen b4.

          Manoj – an aspiring rock star

          I am excited by the potential/idea of the movie. That poster except for the font used, is useless and the colouring/shading is awful.

          Unclear what Arjun has in his hands, is it cards?

          • Kiran Says:

            I am not sure what Arjun is holding in his hands either, but i think it most probably is money…..not cards.

  3. MinaiMinai Says:

    Ahh! Finally a clear version of that image, yay! Hmmm… Arjun looks like a cross being his plaid-shirt wearing Parugu look and his Arya 2 look.

    So we’ve got Arjun holding money and Anoushka gazing at us seductively as a prostitute… I am excited about this one! *evil grin* Love Anoushka, love Bunny… sounds like this may actually be Allu Arjun’s first truly GOOD film.

    LOL about Manoj- will have to see him in action before I make my final “attractiveness” call. 😀

    • filmizest Says:

      I think this has great potential for Arjun after Arya 2 too. I still haven’t seen Varudu, so can’t comment on that.

      Gamyam by the same director is a really good film, interesting story telling/screen play , good pace, the comedy.

      I wish he still didn’t have that hair but… never mind that… Manoj Bajpai is in this one too. After Happy, he is doing this one and Komaram Puli.

      Has he done any other Telugu films?

      • Chetana Says:

        Manoj Bajpai did Premakatha(1999) in telugu with RGV right after Satya.

        I’m getting a feeling that bunny’s role is like an extended guestrole/special appearence, though he seems to be sharing equal space in ads/posters now.

        • filmizest Says:

          Thank you, he played the brother right? Saw this movie a long time ago and hated it. I should see it again with grown up eyes.

          btw I love the photographs on your site, stunning! Especially the birds and the one of Golden Gate Bridge.

  4. bollylove Says:

    I have been trying to find the meaning of Vedam, still no clue just that it may be related to Hindi Veda. Can anyone tell me the meaning?

    • Shona Says:

      @bolly love
      vedam usually refers to the holy scriptures of Hindus, means the “sacred word” or “sacred truth”. Can also mean knowledge.
      In daily context if you tell someone to take ur words as
      “vedam”, you are telling them to take your words sacredly and abide by them as a way of life. Hope this helps 🙂

      • filmizest Says:

        Hi Shona, thanks for the comment. Looking forward to reading about your Vedam watching experience… lol!

        I love that second pic of Anushka in blue. She looks beautiful.

        • Shona Says:

          hahaha, i too am wondering if that “never before xperienced” courage will resurface again for Vedam. Hopefully by then, i can convert someone to be a Telugu movie fan..then again, how many are crazy enough to watch a movie without subs, in a language they don’t know! Shall keep my fingers crossed!

          I think Anushka looks gorgeous in that pic too :)..did you know her real name was Sweety?! she’s as sweet as her name 🙂

      • bollylove Says:

        Thank you so much for the answer. I wasn’t sure they would have the same meaning because of the spelling. Thanks for putting it in daily contex as well. Interesting.

  5. MinaiMinai Says:

    OK you are the best! Gah, how do you find all these things? I’m so out of the loop. 😀

    Know anyone who can translate the trailer? I am so stunned. The near-kiss, the cash shots, Anushka sitting on the train, Arjun’s tears… by golly, we might have a GOOD Arjun movie on our hands soon! On the other hand, Manchu Manoj looks ridiculous… 🙂

    • filmizest Says:


      I will see what I can do about translation.

      • Shona Says:

        i’m sure filmi zest can get a proper translation soon! here’s a rough one,
        I kinda got the trailer but certain words got missed’s what i understood:

        Allu Arjun: he’s talking about death/funeral and importance of money

        “(first wrd can’t hear), in an hr, funeral’s over. But if you have a lot of money, you can spend a few days in the “fridge””
        (ie if you are rich, you will be able to afford a fridge-like coffin that preserves a dead body longer)
        …Even just to die “rightly” (have a proper death/funeral), you need money”

        Anushka: about her job

        ” normally for any job, the more experience you have, the more salary you’ll receive. only our job, the lesser experience you have, the more money you get.”

        Manoj Bajpai:

        “here, we are second rate citizens. whatever happens (can’t hear cos of bullet shot!) …
        in the eyes of prathivaalo(does that mean the ruling party?), we are anu-wat?? (what’s the word?)

        Sorry about the manoj part, that guy just cannot seem to capture my attention long enough!!

        Telugu’s not my native lang, so there may be errors. Apologies in advance! Sorry for the incomplete translation as well!

  6. filmizest Says:

    Detailed translation from the fabulous Kiran 🙂 Thanks so much dear.

    Arjun(22 sec): If someone dies in our basti( a rundown area)….they(presumably the authorities) will take the body away in an hour.

    On the other hand if a stinking rich fatcat dies…they’ll keep d body in the fridge for 2-3 days.Even 2die properly one needs money.

    (44 sec): We shall see to it that Seenu gets a good education. For that, we will sell anything we’ve got.

    (54 sec): There will be one day. Everyone will sing praises about me to you.

    (1:02): For any job, the more experience you have…more salary you’ll get. Ours is the only profession where…the less experience you’ve – the more you get paid.

    (1:20): We are second class citizens here.Whenever anything happens..everyone’s focus will be on us.All their eyes are filled with suspicion.

  7. MinaiMinai Says:

    THANK YOU KIRAN! *Posts to BollyWhat* Makes me even more deliriously excited…

  8. filmizest Says:

    Music is not what I was expecting at all but I absolutely love it. Almost all the tracks are exceptionally done. I think they will be very situational and apt.

    Egiripote Enta Baguntundhi, E Chikati Cherani, Now or Never, Malli Puttani, even if this one reminded me of some Emran Hashmi film song at start, all are awesome. Lyrics, of some I can understand, are deep, touching. Great soundtrack.

    hmmm….could live without Prapancham track I suppose.

  9. filmizest Says:

    I am warming up to the song after watching the video….stylish star!

  10. Nicki Says:

    Thanks so much Kiran!! Love it

  11. Nicki Says:

    I meant thanks Kiran for the translations and Shweta for informing me on Twitter about this. (hit reply too quickly :D)

  12. Ajay Says:

    hi, a very nice humanity movie. “Humanity is a simple treatment of a man as a human” explained clearly in the movie.

    Allu arjun dialogues like
    1. “Adrustam addam theruguthe…arati pandu thinna pannu iruguthundi” loved a lot this dialogue”
    2. “Perugu vaada lo perugu vtundhi kani pullihoralo pulli vunadhu kada”
    3. Prapanchamu lo ekkadina bike ki petrol kottisthanu ana friend ni namakudadhu”.

  13. bollylove Says:

    It’s getting great reviews. There was talk of subtitles. I hope they did put subtitles because I would be ready to go watch it.

  14. filmizest Says:

    Mini Review from me

    Watched this film last night. I am very impressed with the story/screenplay and all the performances. It is non formulaic, can be called a message film (basically about people with selfish aim who become more selfless as the movie goes on) but it is still a commercial film, with songs and comedic dialogues but is written and directed very well. Very engaging throughout. I was not bored once.

    Arjun’s role actually seems the weakest initially but he has some of the greatest scenes in the film. Some funny scenes and possibly the darkest one (where he decides to take the old man’s money). Loved that he built on his performance in Arya 2.

    Manoj, I think I have seen in one film – he does really well too. Anushka and her friend are good. I felt her story could have been developed a bit more. Manoj Bajpai was great in all his scenes as expected. All small roles, the cop, the pimp and the 2 girls were good and effective.

    Interval and second half turn serious with intense and some touching moments. Overall, great pace, engaging screenplay, excellent camera work. I already loved the OST but background music was also brilliantly used.

    I really liked Gamyam too and this is one better.

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