Friday, September 1, 2017

RGV's review of Arjun Reddy - Vijay Deverakonda is 10 TIMES better than PAWAN KALYAN

The fundamental difference between SHIVA and ARJUN REDDY is that whereas Shiva probably could have been more structurally designed in terms of shot taking,shot division and characterizations,AR is much more identifiable and relatable in every sense
Personally I could identify with seven or eight scenes from AR which happened in my own life and that's the connectivity I am talking about The highly unconventional casting is just one of the many break throughs the film has managed to overcome ..Me being too long used to a stereotype way of thinking,when I first saw Shalini in her introduction scene,I was aghast that anyone can think of her as heroine material but by the time the film reached interval I felt there could be no one ever who could be better than her

I was also impressed with the ability of Sandeep Reddy Vanga to evoke so much heroism without any heroics in any scene ..its commendable on both the directors and actors part that they could so resist the temptation to crossover into widely believed and universally accepted commercial cliches
There's no attempt in the story to be judgemental on the characters and that can only come from the directors highly matured understanding of real people in real life situations ..A case in point is the director treating with respect even that guy who gets beaten up by vijay in the class room
Nowhere does it seem as if Sandeep took a decision to sit and write a great scene as often is the case with most main stream writers and directors ..It feels as if the scenes were just organically flowing by themselves and Sandeep just happened to be there to capture it
Also though the story is so simple the cuts in the screenplay take it to another level cut I especially liked is the way the previous scene cuts into a glass shard being taken out of Shalini's foot
I always believed that,if the slow motion camera and ramping techniques were not invented most of the present day heroes would have to sit at home because none of them have the ability to hold a close up in front of the camera.
Without the aid of both Cinematic techniques and artificially written punch dialogues I can't recall a single actor creating any kind of impression compared to what Vijay has done in AR..I especially love the lengthy profile close up of Vijay towards the interval with that single tear drop slowly flowing on his's one of the most evocative Cinematic images I have ever seen in my life
All in all I strongly believe that all of us in the whole film industry should thank Sandeep and Vijay for making all of us realise that a highly impactful film can be made
With such a low budget
Without lip sync songs
Without gravity defying action
With 3 hour above length
Without punch dialogues
Without any top technicians
and above all with an absolute 100% complete honesty in story telling
The audience should thank Vijay and Sandeep for making them realise that such high quality films like AR can be actually made and they don't need to settle for sub standard cliched and disgustingly formulaic films
All aspiring film makers should thank Sandeep for giving them a new direction to their directorial aspirations
To talk about Sandeep Reddy in one line in comparison to all established directors he respects the audiences intelligence whereas established directors imagine the audience to be fools
To talk about VIJAY DEVERAKONDA in comparison in one line,he in both looks and star charisma is 10 times better than PAWAN KALYAN and he is 20 times better in performance than PAWAN KALYAN
Considering the extraordinary realism in his performance I think VIJAY DEVERAKONDA should be given the title REAL POWER STAR

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

June 2017 - Job Openings @ CES IT Private Limited

CES is hiring engineers (at Chennai Location), who want to make a difference in the world of "SOFTWARE"!

chaitanya.vummethala (at) cesltd (dot) com is my email address. 

Please feel free to reach out to me for further details on the interview process.... I would be glad to help both CES and you!!

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Immediate Software Job Openings @ CES IT Private Limited (Chennai)

I am glad to announce that my employer "CES IT Private Limited" is currently looking for a pool of passionate software engineers at our Chennai Development Center (located at Navalur, OMR) as shown in the table below. 

If you are interested and bring the suitable technology skill set with "I Can Do""I want to Learn & Grow" attitude then please share your contact number and send your profile to chaitanya.vummethala (at) cesltd (dot) com 

CES IT Private Limited (CES) is an Information Technology Services and Consulting Company with over 20 years of professional experience in providing product engineering services to clients globally. Our mission is to provide quality and cost-effective software development services in a timely manner to help our client stay competitive in the market place. We have matured into a recognised organisation in the IT Industry for designing, deploying, implementing, migrating, testing and training of high technology and innovative solutions for the complex problems faced by both the private industry and the public sector. 

Our services are results-oriented and are achieved by our most valued resource—“Our People”, over 1,300 global employees. We have multiple offices in US, Canada, and India with Offshore Development Centers (ODCs) located in Chennai, Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam. 

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Super30 - All Educationalists are not businessmen - Anand is exception!
Anand Kumar (born 1 January 1973) is an Indian mathematician and a columnist for various national and international mathematical journals and magazines. He is best known for his Super 30 programme, which he started in Patna, Bihar in 2002, and which coaches economically backward students for IIT-JEE, the entrance examination for the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). By 2014, 308 of the 360 had made it to IITs and Discovery Channel showcased his work in a documentary. He has been invited by the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University to speak on his globally acclaimed effort to mentor students from the underprivileged sections for admission to IIT.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Excellent Language - Ram Gopal Varma writes an open letter to Pawan Kalyan

Hey Pawan,
Before talking about ISM, I must confess that I have long been obsessed with the idea of you starting a political party. I have always admired your honesty and integrity, and yes, I was also mesmerised with your speech at the launch of Jana Sena party.

When I heard that a book called ISM was going to be launched, I was truly ecstatic. Being a voracious reader since childhood, I finished reading Immanuel Kant, Arthur Schopenhauer, Descartes, Wilhelm Hegel, Friedrich Nietzsche, Baruch Spinoza and Ayn Rand back in my engineering college days and moved on to various modern day philosophers, who thought forward in terms of applied philosophy, to aid the world in restructuring rapidly changing societies.

A far superior advancement in those thought processes of all those earlier philosophers is what I actually expected from your ISM. And why I expected that was because of my adulation of your near perfect instinctive intellect,which I have been observing in you ever since I have known you. But when I finally got to read ISM, I was appalled at the elementary school understandings of the great social philosophies articulated by Raju Ravi Tej.

Please note that I am primarily addressing Raju Ravi Tej because he has the primary credit as the author of ISM.I have chosen to express my views on ISM on a public platform only because I have always communicated my views about you through such platforms.

From your gestures, your lines, your expressions and even your pauses at the Jana Sena launch, I can tell you that you have more instinctive wisdom than what is there in the whole of that entire-most-non-explanatory book I have ever read in my life called ISM. I am sorry Pawan, but you truly don’t need the over used crutches of here dead and there gone philosophies and that too so falsely represented by Mr Raju Ravi Tej.

I truly believe that maybe because of your busy schedule, you neither read Arthur Schopenhauer’s ‘The World As Will And Idea’ nor Immanuel Kant’s ‘The Critique Of Reason’ and just depended upon Raju Ravi Tej’s extremely superficial misreading of it. The basic fact of the matter is that your instinctive originality has been corrupted by his school boy interpretations of Schopenhauer’s Metaphysics, Kant’s Epistemology, Marx’s Dialectic Materialism. To make matters worse, your original thought process has been diverted into a very wrong direction by his complete non understanding of existential nihilism.

Please understand that the best of yesteryear philosophies have already been absorbed into the evolution of modern societies and what is needed now is 100% pure Pawanism and not an adulterated version of it and that too so haphazardly done by mis-representing and mis-interpreting pseudo philosophical understandings of second handers. Philosophy, in its simplest form, is a pursuit of truth, but truth by itself cannot be absolute in an ever changing society. Ayn Rand said, “The pursuit of truth in general is not important but the pursuit of a particular truth is important which helps you in reaching your intended goal.”

Ninety percent of ISM doesn’t have a single goal oriented direction pointer in comparison to your arrow like vision, which was so clear in the inaugural speech. But the same was absent in the second speech. I suspect it was because your first speech was more you and the Vizag speech was more him (Raju Ravi Tej). Also, the very thought of moulding a relevant ISM for today’s requirements to be based on outdated philosophies of bygone eras is like wantonly carrying an unnecessary and fatal burden.Bruce Lee,who, incidentally, apart from being a fighter was also a philosopher, once said, “Knowledge should be used like the steps of a ladder to climb up. You should leave the step behind once you climb up. But if u keep collecting all the steps you have climbed upon, their combined weight will one day not let you climb further. You should never carry what should carry you.”

Pawan, I mentioned Bruce Lee because I feel you share his focused intensity and dynamic integrity. Bruce Lee’s style is unique because he refused to be influenced by others. I really wish that you understand that only what you feel yourself, and how you express it yourself will be your own unique philosophy. As a well wisher, I implore upon you to get away from diversive, destructive and corruptive influences. Lastly, I want to tell you that yes, I am thoroughly disappointed with ISM but I still have tremendous faith in Pawanism.

source: TOI

RGV's objective might be just this (a free promotion through his followers, like me), but he richly deserves this following!!

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Arvind Kejriwal's debut victory over INC reminds NTR's 1983 triumph

Source: NDTV | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Updated: December 08, 2013 16:10 IST

Assembly election 2013: Arvind Kejriwal sweeps Sheila Dikshit right out of her constituency 

New Delhi: In  a mega political bender, rookie politician  Arvind Kejriwal has defeated three-time chief minister Sheila Dikshit in her constituency of New Delhi. (Mango man Arvind Kejriwal tastes sweet success)

The 44-year-old emerged after hours of meditation at his party office, wearing his trademark white Gandhi cap. "This is a victory of the shows India has won, democracy has won," he said to a huge crowd of supporters, all brandishing brooms, the symbol of his one-year-old Aam Aadmi party.

Voters mercilessly spurned Ms Dikshit and her party, permitting the incumbent Congress less than 10 of Delhi's 70 seats. The BJP has emerged as the single-largest party in the capital with 34 seats, one short of the half-way mark. If the results deliver a hung assembly for Delhi, Mr Kejriwal is emphatic that he will not align with either the Congress or the BJP. (All you wanted to know about Sheila Dikshit but didn't know who to ask) 

The symmetrical stellar performances of Mr Kejriwal and his AAP imputed a double take the Congress and the BJP, who repeatedly dismissed the new organization as an upstart throughout  the campaign for Delhi.

Ignoring those dismissals, an army of meticulously-organized volunteers spread Mr Kejriwal's message: that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) stands for anti-corruption, service and accountability in a country robbed of effective and clean governance.

The record 65.86% turnout  in Delhi is being attributed partly to an enthusiastic welcome for the AAP, formed after Mr Kejriwal split from his one-time partner Anna Hazare. In 2011, they invigorated middle class India with a movement demanding the Lopkal bill, the genesis for a new national ombudsman or Lokpal empowered to investigate charges of venality against elected representatives and bureaucrats.

But after a strong launch, the movement dissipated; Mr Kejriwal said he had no choice but to enter politics, a move Anna said he could not get behind.

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