The killing of warlord Gangula Suryanarayana Reddy alias Maddelachervu Suri here brought an end to the chilling factional feud and a bloody saga of revenge between two families of Andhra Pradesh’?s Anantapur district which Ram Gopal Varma turned into a movie “Rakta Charitra”. Two generations have been brutally eliminated in the nearly four-decade long fight between the families of Suri and Paritala Ravi. Except one brother of Suri, who died in a road accident, all other family members of the two warlords were murdered by rivals in the most brutal fashion.
Plans are already afoot to bring out Dev Anand’s classic hit “Hum Dono” (1961) in colour. Now, the evergreen star just might literally pop out of the screen and stroll in the theatre, a cigarette dangling from the corner of his lips, when it is converted into 3D. “The 3D process is currently being considered for the conversion of ‘Hum Dono Rangeen’, which will further enhance the value of this invaluable Bollywood classic, giving it new life for future generations of audiences,” said Barry Sandrew, the founder of Legend Films that specialises in colouring Hollywood black and white classics, in a statement