Producer : MSR Production
Story-Screenplay-Dialogues-Direction-Lyr­ics-Edting-Vfx : Mastan Vali Shaik
Music : Nagul Meeravali Shaik (ssv)
Cinematography : Mangipudi Srikanth
Singers : Vidya Sagar , Nagul Meeravali Shaik (ssv)
Cast : Alisha Bri Tanveer Tannu Krrishna Mohan Sampath Kumar Chandala Leela Venkatesh Kommuri Vishnu Vardhan Vicky
Dubbing & Re Recording : NSM Studio Prakash Gummadi
Dubbing Artist : Nagavarapu Rakesh Singer Sanagapalli Lahari
Violin : Chandra Kanth
Rythem : Krishna Koushik

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Direction       :  Mastan Vali Shaik
Genre             : love
Running  time: 25minutes
Punchline       : half baked love  story
Shortsadda rating: 2.75/5

The content :
It is a silent and cute love story between a asst. Engineer who comes to a village on part of his job and village belle, who is dumb. Love blossoms between them. One problem which completely changes their love life. What is that problem? How do they face it? Forms rest of the story.

The effort :
On screen:
Tanveer Tannu has done neat and commendable job. Alisha Bri is very cute as dumb girl she is perfect. Remaining all others are adequate.

Off screen:
Story and direction:
Story  is old one there is nothing  new in it expect the beautiful village backdrop and dumb angle to Alisha Bri . Direction Mastan Vali Shaik is very routine, plain and nothing fresh  in it. He tried to make this film as heart touching classic love story which is clearly visible in the movie but his efforts completely turn futile because of weak script and not so great screenplay. Movies like this needs slow pace but for this movie pace is dead slow.
Apart from negatives he has highly succeeded  in extracting  good performances from actor and maintaining telugu nativity feel. Comedy scenes are good.

Other departments :
Bgm work for this movie is entirely different and has classic touch. If it was properly utilised it would  have been a major plus point for this film. But it didn’t happen here. Bgm is similar for most of the scenes and sometimes  it dominates the dialogues  in the film. Still it has its own charm, elevated few scenes really very well.

Cinematography Mangipudi Srikanth is biggest advantage  and strength. It stood as main attractions, scenic beauty around Godavari have been captured really well. It flows along with the movie and it is apt.

Editing could have more better, few scenes can be easily avoided in final output 
Dialogues  have very little to do in this film. They are good.
Analysis :
A half baked love  story lacks sole in it. If you want to watch a pure telugu love story it serves your purpose.

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Cast: Imran Sonu, Sravani, Leela Venkatesh
Cinematography: Sagar Rahul
Story: Puri Jagannath
Editing/ Vfx: Kishore Vfx Bro
Screenplay/ Dialogues/ Direction: Ajay Ejjada


Banner : Cine Style Video's Cast : Nandini, Vamshi Parepalli D.O.P & Editing : Ganesh Tela Dialogues : BNIM Music & Sound FX : Ree Bhatter Sound Engineer : Salmon Raju Titles & vFx : Dilip Kumar Dubbing : Mime Madhu, Sravya, Jayapradha, Shivaram Prasad Asst. Director : Parashu Produced by : Bhimsain Murthy, Kavitha Kiran Juluri Story - Screenplay - Direction : Shashank Ramanujapuram


Cast and Crew;
Actors : Teja Kakumanu, Phaniram Ghantasala, Suhaas, Radhika, Appaji Ambarisha Darbha 
Editor ; Bhanu Chander, Gin
Music ; Kaarthik Kodakandala
Camera; Vekataramana
Writer And Director ; Karthik Reddy

Poignant and heartwarming inspirational short films that you can watch online.

The best short films are ones that make you ponder for hours, even days on end. Positive stories that broaden your mind and allow you to see a fresh new perspective on life. Touching stories that make you reflect and push you towards becoming a better person and leave you feeling like a million dollars. Fortunately I have just the list of uplifting, inspirational and motivational films and they are short enough for you to watch in Shorts Adda, right now.
If you can spare just 40 minutes of your time to watch all of these films right this moment, that would be fantastic.
Below are the five short films that inspire, uplift and encourage. Aside from the fact that they are wonderfully-crafted gems everyone must see, they are all under 20 minutes long and can be watched online thanks to Youtube, right here on this very page.

Uplifting short film #1: Signs - A very sweet romantic film.

Where do you find love? If we knew, we would all know where to look.
Sometimes all you need is a sign.
Signs is a heartwarming short story about two people working in opposite office towers who communicate and eventually find love by holding signs up to their respective windows. It was created by Publicis Mojo and @RadicalMedia and is a 2009 Cannes Lions winner. The story is very engaging and the chemistry of the actors and their performances are superb. When I was watching it, I barely noticed the passage of time and couldn't wait to see what will happen in the end.
Director: Patrick Hughes
Written by Patrick Hughes, Karl Fleet & Nick Worthington

Uplifting short film #2: Marry Me - A cute and charming little love story.

Little girl likes little boy. Little boy likes BMX bike. Something has to give.
Marry Me is a cute love story about a young girl who likes a young boy and a young boy who likes his BMX bike. The film is based on a true story of director Michelle who, at 5 years of age, would chase her crush Jason Mahooney around the school in a pretend wedding dress (her mother's nightie). This is an adorable short film that captures the innocence of childhood, and the children's acting is very believable. Women viewers will love the ode to girl power somewhere towards the end.
Director: Michelle Lehman

The World's Greatest Proposals - A collection of wonderful, real-life proposal stories

If you don't want to commit the same mistake as the little girl in the previous short film, learn from real-life couples as you read personal accounts of their beautiful marriage proposal and engagement stories.

Uplifting short film #3: Clocktower - A quiet, heartfelt and moving film.

A clockwork girl learns her true purpose in life, and her ultimate sacrifice to save her clockwork world.
The Clocktower is a short animated film that was actually created as a thesis project. It is about a clockwork girl who lets go of her dreams in order to make her world function normally again. It's a very sad and touching story, yet it makes us think of how one person's anonymous selflessness can make a huge difference in many others' lives.
Created and animated by Cara Antonelli

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein - A poignant tale of unconditional love.

Every day the boy would come to the tree to eat her apples, swing from her branches, or slide down her trunk and the tree was happy. But as the boy grew older he began to want more from the tree, and the tree gave and gave and gave. This is a tender and touching story that warms the heart and offers an affecting interpretation of the gift of giving and a serene acceptance of another's capacity to love in return.

Uplifting short story #4: Wrong Side of the Bed - A clever film that plays on alternate realities.

Normality takes a turn on his head when Mr Average Joe suffers a very unlucky day when he gets up on the wrong side of the bed. Will he manage to get back on the right side of life or will he be doomed to suffer bad fortune for the rest of the day?
In Wrong Side of the Bed, a split screen shows us the same character having a great day on one side, and a much worse day on the right. The opposing realities collide somewhere down the middle and ends in a pleasant, unexpected twist. It reminds me a bit of the 90s movie Sliding Doors 
Director: Daniel Lucchesi

Sliding Doors (1998), a movie by Peter Howitt - Exploring the "what if"

A movie comparing reality to a what-if scenario. Sometimes it's fun to daydream about what could've happened if you took the other path on a fork life presents you.

Uplifting short film #5: Validation - A delightful film that revolves around the importance of knowing you are appreciated.

Validation" is a fable about the magic of free parking
Validation is an independent short film about, well being validated. It talks about the importance of encouragement and motivation, of letting someone know that that he or she is doing something right. It's 16+ minutes long, the longest by far on this movie list, but please trust me, this is absolutely worth watching.
Starring TJ Thyne & Vicki Davis
Writer/Director/Composer: Kurt Kuenne
Winner - Best Narrative Short, Cleveland Int'l Film Festival, Winner - Jury Award, Gen Art Chicago Film Festival, Winner - Audience Award, Hawaii Int'l Film Festival, Winner - Best Short Comedy, Breckenridge Festival of Film, Winner - Crystal Heart Award, Best Short Film & Audience Award, Heartland Film Festival, Winner - Christopher & Dana Reeve Audience Award, Williamstown Film Festival, Winner - Best Comedy, Dam Short Film Festival, Winner - Best Short Film, Sedona Int'l Film Festival.

Did the short film "Validation" make you feel good? - Now it's your turn to validate someone and make him/her feel good too.

Have you ever thanked someone just for being who they are in your life, for no particular reason at all? Saying thank you is a great way to say you care without having to say it at all. Go ahead and send a special message of appreciation to someone you love today.
Customizable cards you can use:
In the following 3-minute talk, Dr. Laura Trice muses on the power of the magic words "thank you" -- to deepen a friendship, to repair a bond, to make sure another person knows what they mean to you. Try it.

Guys now it's your turn, comment bellow which film you like and think most inspiring


Screenplay - Direction : NARENDRA NATH Y
Direction Team : THARUN
Music by NIKHIL JOSH, Cinematography by SREEDHAR KV, Edited by BHANU CHANDAR, Publicity Designs by DINESH DESIGNS


Story,Dialogues,editing - Praneeth Namuduri
Concept,Cinematography,Direction - Nitin Bhargava
Casting - Ricky Pranay , Sonali Putla , Daniel , Praneeth Namuduri , Pavan Divakaruni , Sravan Kumar

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Story,Dialogues,editing - Praneeth Namuduri
Concept,Cinematography,Direction - Nitin Bhargava
Casting - Ricky Pranay , Sonali Putla , Daniel , Praneeth Namuduri , Pavan Divakaruni , Sravan Kumar


Music : Vamsi Krishna Keys
Lyrics : Dinesh Goud Kakkerla
Guitar : Arun Chilveru
Violin : Sandilya Pisapati
Flute : Pramod Umapathi
Cinematographer : Raghava Devagudi & Najeeb Ahmed
Editing & VFX ; Ricky Drk & Vinay Boyapati
Production Managers : Vijay kumar & Sai krishna
Producers : Rekha Chinthakindhi, Manoj Lakkavarapu,Nagendra 
Co- Director : Harsha Vardhan 
Director : Sushanth Chinthakindhi

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Hero: Roshaan
Hero Friend: Sanjay
Ghost: Pranisha
Little Girl: Sai Trivedita 
Mother: Latha
Father: Ramanaidu
Written & Directed by: Naini Charan
Produced by: 9e Pictures
Cinematography: Nimma Gopi
Production Designer: Ramesh Rana
Editor: Banu
Music: Sarath Various Artists
Associative Directors: Amar Chilamakuru Kumar M
Special Thanks: Padmanav Bhardwaj (Music Director) Mouli Patnaik( Sound Designer)

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Written & Directed by Sasidhar Reddy Parlapalli
Produced by : Sirisha alla
Cast : krish NA, Arpita,Jai sai varma,Bhargava vadlamani,KI RA N 
Dop : R.k. Varma & Hari
Music : Martin charles
Editing & VFX : Gnanesh kumar

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Cast : Lalith Kalidindi, Honey Joycy, Krushna Kumbhar, Sneha
Lyrics : Ramanjaneyulu 
Singers : Sravana Bharagavi, Revanth
Music : Sandeep Anand
Co- Writers : Anil Varma and Kaku Venkata Siva Kumar
assistant Director : Uday Kumar Bejji.
Editor : Murali.
Dop : Raghu Mandaati.
Co- Producer : Giribabu Lanke.
Written, Produced and Directed by Vijay Kumar Kalivarapu

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Banner : Srinika Productions
Cast : Srinivas Amgoth, Jaya Vishwanathan, Nithish Chandra, Madhuri Ch, Suresh Eeraveni, Raju Nayak, Mallesh
D.O.P : Pandari Nath, Balaji, Mallesh
Editing : Harsha Annavarapu
Lyrics : Mahesh Poloju
Singer : Sai Kirshna Ganta
Music : Ganeshwar Singh
Dubbing : Shobitha Yetukuri, Sohini Yetukuri, Latha, Santhosh
Sound Engineer : Suresh, Murthy
Posters Designer : Aneel
Title Aninmation : Krishna
Makeup : Mallesh
Direction Department : Suresh Eeraveni, Santhosh Bhukya, Pavan Amgoth
Story - Screenplay - Dialogues - Direction : Srinivas Amgoth

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Direction         : Srinivas Amgoth
Genre              : love
Running  time : 20minutes
Punch line       : character testing 
Shortsadda rating: 3.25/5

The content:
Movie starts off with alive proposal from a boy and immediate rejection from the girl then the aimless journey of the boy begins there he happens to meet two mysterious  people kiran and spandana. Who are they? Where does his journey ended ?

The effort:
Hero is  really good in emotional  scenes but slight mass touch which has given by director  to him for few scenes doesn't  suits him really well.
Heroine is very spontaneous, energetic  and charming. Her vibrant charm in her smile and attitude has taken the movie to next level and the other guy  who acted as kiran also has done well.

Off screen:
Other technical departments
Cinematography is too good in carrying  the mood of the film  and editing  complements it well and few moments  in the movie can easily chopped off.
Music Ganeshwar Singh is very gripping and apt.
Dialogues give regular feel but have lot of depth in them. Undoubtedly dialogues  are awesome.

Story - screenplay - direction
Story will connect with the young audience  well. Screenplay  is good. There is too much detailing in the movie where ever it required. Direction Srinivas Amgoth is super, the scene in the hotel stands out and kiss on forehead scene is simply touching. He maintained the suspense element very well. But the take off the movie is dead slow. As discussed earlier, the mass touch, recklessness attitude  to hero is not at all necessary. It serves no purpose.

It has all ingredients which actually  a love story requires, length is also at acceptable manner. Story  is refreshing, spandana acting is cool. It is not so good to give skip for this film. You will be liked this one.

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Directed by Jay Krish Indrakanti, 
Starring Dinesh, Priyanka, Sandeep Kadime. 
Cinematography by Chanti (Krishna Shankar Anisatti), 
Editing by Sandeep Kadime 
Dubbing by Niharika Indrakanti and Naveen (Dinesh).

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Direction            : Krish Indrakanti
Genre                 : love
Running  length : 8m
Punch  line         : Greeting Card  
Shortsadda  rating: 2.75/5

The content :
DInesh falls for Priyanka at very first sight while he was talking with his friend. He follows her and gives her greeting card every day. She also accepts them from him. Does she really love him? etc forms the rest of the story.

The effort:
On screen :
Dinesh is apt, suited to the character well.
Hero friend Sandeep Kadime tried to provide some laughs and succeeded a bit.
Priyanka is ok and the second heroine Amulya did commendable job in climax.

Off screen :
Story - direction
The different angle in the story is giving greeting cards, but it lacks proper justification. However director has given reason for it in climax but it still looks not very complete. The reason for hero giving is also not properly shown.
It may have some loopholes in story, execution is very neat, director Jay Krish Indrakanti didn't  add unnecessary songs just to increase  the length. Take off was good and so the tempo throughput the film. However end looks abrupt. 

Other technical departments :
Music is good, but dominated  the dialogues during climax, bit loud.
Cinematography is neat and decent.
Editing is alright.
Dialogues deserves special mention. There are few funny dialogues and at the same time it has some meaningful dialogues. Script like this doesn't provide necessary scope for more dialogues still this department had created space in the movie and emerged as major highlight.


If proper would have taken during scripting stages then it would have become more interesting film. You can have a look over it.

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