Thursday, May 27, 2010

Gary Coleman is in critical condition in Utah hospital

Thursday, Gary Coleman is in critical condition and has been hospitalized at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo. Coleman, 42, is a former child TV star who is best known for his role on the TV show “Diff’rent Strokes” which aired from 1978-1986.Coleman has lived in Santaquin, Utah since 2005; Santaquin is located just 55 miles south of Salt Lake City. Coleman came toUtah to star in the movie Church Ball and met his wife, Shannon Price on the set of the movie. They were married in 2007.In February of this year, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor criminal mischief charge in Utah. To read more about that case and to see his hilarious mug shot, click here.Late last year he had heart surgery and complications of pneumonia arose afterwards. He also suffers from kidney problems and has had two transplants. Coleman has also had financial and legal problems throughout most of his adult life.

CBSE X Results 2010(All Regions Results 2010) | CBSE Class 10th Exam Results 2010 | Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) tenth results

Class X Results 2010

CBSE will declare results of Secondary School Examination 2010 (Class X) of the Board on 28th May, 2010 at 10:00 AM.

Rates for IVRS per roll no. will be a maximum of Rs.1.20 per call (180 sec pulse rate duration) based on the plan. As per previous years, with the help of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department ofInformation Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology , Govt. of India, Board would be disseminating its results through IVRS also. The telephone numbers of NIC and other organization through which results can be had through IVRS are as

(a) National Informatics Centre :
- for local subscribers in Delhi
- for subscribers in other parts of the country
(b) MTNL :
28127030 for local subscribers in Delhi
011-28127030 for subscribers in other parts of the country

(c) Others :
TELEPHONE NUMBER(S) Covered Operators
55456068 for IDEA subscribers
1255536 for BSNL subscribers
(Outside Delhi – Landline & Mobile)
5550099 for AIRCEL subscribers
5303052 for VIDEOCON subscribers
54321223 for TATA INDICOM subscribers
54321202 for Airtel subscribers
56735 for Vodafone subscribers
56583 for Reliance subscribers


SMSCovered Operators
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 52001MTNL
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 57766BSNL
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 56735Vodafone
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 5800001Aircel
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 55456068IDEA
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 51234 / 56506Reliance
cbse10 rollnoSend SMS to 582821Tata Indicom

Golimaar@movie Review 2010

Golimaar Review

Rating 2.75/5

Sir Sai Ganesh Productions
Cast: Gopichand,Priyamani
Direction: Puri Jaganath
Producer: Bellamkonda Suresh

Puri Jaganandh is desperate to prove a point or so after a series of flops. This time, he has roped in action hero Gopichand for his latest film ‘Golimaar’ to test his fortunes. Let’s find out how far Puri is successful.


Ganga Ram (Gopichand) is an orphan who dreams of becoming a police. He becomes a Sub Inspector and later Nazar (D.I.G.) promotes him as an Encounter Specialist where he starts killing all the gangsters. But later, Ganga Ram comes to know that it is a game played by DIG and Khaleed (Kelly Dorjee) to destroy all their rivals. And when D.I.G. plans to encounter Ganga Ram, he escapes and turns into a gangster. How did he take revenge on DIG and other policemen, and how did he trap Khaleed eventually forms rest of the story.


‘Golimaar’ is made with an inspiration of a real life story of a Mumbai encounter specialist named Daya Nayak. In fact, it is a typical Puri Jaganandh film with action sequences taking centre stage. Puri is known for action films, but ‘Golimaar’ is surely not on the lines of ‘Pokiri’. Fans who are dreaming to see Gopichand in vintage can surely have a double dhamaka. Puri has focused more on action sequences with traditional twists and turns rather anything else.

The film creates an interesting plot after the interval, but lack of emotions and comedy has turned thumbs down for the film. Mind you, there’s humor mixed with action punched dialogues like in ‘’Pokiri’, but Puri could not sustain the momentum all through making the plot clearly evident. He even showcases police officers as unintelligent in many scenes.

‘Golimaar’ is on the lines of Ram Gopal Varma’s Bollywood films like Satya, Company, having all the commercial elements making the lead protagonist’s character more interesting. There are few scenes that are shot like Ram Gopal Varma (no wonder). The first half is completely packed with action, but the second half has turned the film into an average one.


Gopichand has done exceedingly well as Ganga Ram, and he’s surely another Tollywood Akshay Kumar in the making. He has played a cop with different styles and modulations.

Priyamani is a miscasting for the role, but has done her bit to suit to her character. She plays an Event Organizer character where she and her mom hate men. Although her character rallies around Gopichand, her role is surely much better than her recent films.

Roja played Priyamani’s mom and did reasonably well. Her age can be really seen in her dialogues, which are blunt. Perhaps, its time she makes way for others.

Kelly Dorjee is apt as gangster. His role is something similar to his previous films like ‘Don’, but as you are aware, our Directors relish casting in Bollywood crew for a stylish Villain.

Nazar, MS Narayana, are adequate, but Ali did not have much role to play. He is seen only for few minutes in the second half.


The Cinematography by Shyam K Naidu is very good, making the film look almost like a typical Bollywood gangster film. Re-recording and background is not great.

Dialogues are pretty good with action and humor being mixed. Songs are a big minus to the film and couple of them are a lift off from the Bollywood films.

Puri is determined to focus on action entertainer and wants to showcase Gopichand in a high-voltage exploits. He has shown that in a different style. But I have to say, he is only just half way through. ‘Golimaar’ is a Tollywood film shown in a different style, but mind you, after all it’s only an average film.