If any heroine shares screen space with Power Star Pawan Kalyan then the name and fame she attains is very high. One of the most benefited heroine in the recent time from Pawan Kalyan film is Bangalore beauty Pranitha.
Post the success of Attarintiki Daredi movie, Pranitha got busy with handful of projects in Tollywood and she is considered as celebrity chief guest for many showroom openings down south. Because of back to back film shootings this mega heroine is working round the clock and for her upcoming film with Vishnu Manchu she is going through sleepless nights.
From couple of days night shooting schedules are been planned for Dynamite movie and Pranitha is left out with no sleep no yawing but ice cream treats at 4am early morning , informed unit members. Pranitha is playing a strong role and she did some heavy action scenes in Dynamite film which will show her in ever seen angel. Deva katta is directing this action thriller film, Achu is composing music, Manchu Vishnu is producing Dynamite and aiming for a grand release in summer, 2015.
Ind vs Aus: Pujara breaks Rahul Dravid’s record
Young and talented cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara has displayed a spectacular performance by scoring 202 runs from 525 balls in the third test match against Australia.
In doing so, Pujara went on to surpass ‘The Wall’ Rahul Dravid’s record of playing 495 balls in his way to score 270 runs against Pakistan in 2004, and also becomes the ‘batsman playing highest number of balls in a single test innings’ for India.
Interestingly, not even a single six was hit by Pujara in this marathon.
Throughout the innings, he exhibited sheer patience while batting and continued to embarrass team Australia. Pujara also registered a record partnership of 199-runs for seventh wicket with Wriddhiman Saha. Before Kohli men decided to declare the innings, Australia bowled 210 overs. The last time the Australians bowled more than 200 overs was in 1994.
This one innings saved the result of the match, eventually the series for India from slipping the cup into the hands of Australia.