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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Gangrape victim dies in Singapore, body being flown back to Delhi

A medical student who was savagely gangraped in New Delhi died in a Singapore hospital Saturday, triggering appeals for calm from leaders who feared a fresh outburst of violent street protests.

Police threw a ring of steel around the centre of the capital after news of the 23-year-old's death was broken in the early hours of the morning by the Singapore hospital that had been treating her for the last two days.
Scores of people on Saturday mourned in silence the death of the 23-year-old gangrape victim and demanded stringent punishment for the culprits.
People started gathering at Jantar Mantar here at around 10am and sat in silence.
Aam Aadmi Party leaders Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and Kumar Vishwas also joined the protest along with some of their supporters with their mouth tied with black cloth.
Aam Aadmi Party National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, "Her death is a matter of shame and sorrow for all of us. Let's resolve that we will not let her death go in vain.
"Aren't we all responsible for her death? Can we all now do something so that half of humanity starts feeling safe amongst us?" he said.
The mourners protested against the security lock down of India Gate and Raisina Hill where violent demonstrations were witnessed last weekend over the rape.
"The government is not even allowing mourning of the death. This is insensitivity. There is complete lock down. You have the metro stations shut. You have a road completely blocked. This is undemocratic," a protester Sunil said.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh led the tributes to the victim but urged protesters to channel their anger constructively.
Singh said he was aware of the emotions the attack has stirred and that it was up to all Indians to ensure that the young woman's death will not have been in vain.
According to doctors in Singapore, the student lost her fight for life at 4:45am (20.45 GMT), nearly two weeks after the brutal attack that horrified India.
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Gajaraju Movie Review

Boppanna [Vikram Prabhu] shares a great rapport with his elephant, Manikyam and both lives together. Temporarily, Boppanna heads to a tribal village Devagiri to save one of his well-wishers and due to circumstances pretends his elephant Manikyam to be kumki and helps the villagers in chasing wildlife elephants from the village.
Meanwhile, Boppanna happens to see Singi [Lakshmi Menon], daughter of village head and falls for her. As the story proceeds, there occurs a situation where Boppanna and Manikyam have to chase a wild and mischievous elephant which destroys houses and crops of farmers every year.
Did Kumki and Boppanna succeeded in chasing the elephant? Will the villagers get rid of the problem forms the crux of Gaja Raju…
Vikram Prabhu has given a convincing performance especially his understanding with the elephant is incredible. Being son of Prabhu Ganesan and grandson of Sivaji Ganesan there were good expectations on Vikram Prabhu. And the actor has excelled with his performance in the debutant venture itself. Lakshmi Menon has proved her mettle and delivered a good performance.
Thambi Ramaiah has surpassed with his timing and he is a treat to watch. Beyond these, the other cast had no good or convincing roles.
Technical Analysis:
Gajaraju has got one of the finest camera works from Sukumar. The forest locales were scenic and beautifully captured. Songs composed by D. Imman are good and they look more beautiful on screen with Sukumar’s photography. Screenplay is predictable at times and pace is slow. Editing is fine. Seshank Vennelakanti’s dialogues are okay.
Brilliant cinematography by Sukumar is one of the major assets of Gajaraju that keeps you hooked to the screens. The plot line is quite good but its wafer thin line which is revealed in the first hour itself, it moves on predictable mode and the pace of the story is slow. While the tragedy climax might not appeal to all, the fight shot looked unrealistic due to its poor quality CGI effects. Gajaraju has lot of Tamil nativity which might not liked by most of the Telugu audiences.
Final Verdict:
Gajaraju is an Innovative story with brilliant camera work; but go for it, if you don’t mind excessive Tamil nativity.
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