Kamis, 06 Mei 2010

Little Krishna Secondary Characters (Universitas Surabaya Kampus Hijau)


 Putna, the mistress of darkness, the female demon with powers to fly was an expert in snatching souls in excruciating torturous ways. She was sent by Kamsa to kill Krishna who was nothing more than a toddler at that time. As an expert in camouflaging which was much needed for she was an ugly demonic lady, she took the disguise of a celestial beauty and offered her services to Krishna’s mother Yashoda for breastfeeding little Krishna with her poisoned breasts. Having underestimated Krishna’s powers, her heinous motive met a gruesome end as Krishna while feeding sucked the life out of her.

 Trinavrata the tornado demon was one of Kamsa’s allies. His unprecedented power to create whirlwind for mass destruction made him one of the most fearsome evil force. Sent to destroy Krishna, he created a scary situation by uprooting and destroying everything that came in his path. Full of pride, Trinavrata twisted a vicious dark cloud of terror and gripped Krishna in his clutches. But Krishna ripped through the tornado crashing him down to his death.
 Vatsasura, the calf demon was one of Kamsa’s favorite for his malicious nature and brutal force. He gleefully accepted the mission to execute Krishna. Vatsasura took the disguise of a demonic calf to trick Krishna into a duel. With his capabilities to maneuver his own shape and size, he grew into a fearsome large calf and attacked Krishna. While he could scare away the rest of Krishna’s friends, Krishna stood his ground. Vatsasura with all his strength finally realized that he was no match for Krishna and finally met his end.
 Bakasura is the Crane Demon who was provoked by Kamsa to kill Krishna in return for a lavish life thereafter. His armored sharp beak, deadly talents and volleys of fire spitting powers had earned him the reputation of an insanely powerful monster. Even the heavenly powers seemed no match for him. Blind in greed, overconfident of his own strength he challenged Krishna and after a deadly fight managed to swallow him up. But he had undermined Krishna’s abilities. Krishna managed his way out and after another bout of lethal fight he forcefully stretched out Bakasura’s deadly beak and shattered it.
 Aghasura the giant deadly serpent demon had the powers to glide in the sky and change its forms. Summoned by his master Kamsa he turned himself into a ghostly cave to allure Krishna and his friends inside with the intention of swallowing them up. He managed to trick Krishna’s friends inside and trapped them in his poisonous belly. Sensing the danger, Krishna came to their rescue as Aghasura sucked Krishna in as well. But just as he was about to crush Krishna inside him, Krishna tore open Aghasura’s abdomen into pieces and brought an end to the great serpent demon.
 The four headed god Brahma was bestowed with the responsibility of keeping an account of all the events happening on earth. But little did he know about the great powers that Krishna possessed. In zest he mistook Krishna’s supremacy as a magician’s trick and challenged Krishna by kidnapping his friends. Not to be let down, Krishna in return fooled Brahma by multiplying himself in the form of his friends till Brahma realized the magnitude of Krishna’s powers and bowed in front of him seeking mercy.
 Dhenukasura was the guardian of Kamsa’s prized wine orchard and a terror for any trespasser. With his deafening bray and stampede there was no mercy for anyone. He had even dwarfed the king of the Gods Indra. With his unmatched strength he shook and split the earth into two almost about throwing Indra inside the deep crevice.  He reigned supreme until Krishna and Balaram challenged his might. Threatening to shatter the boys, he engaged in a violent fight on land and in the sky. Earth trembled as finally Dhenukasura got slay in the hands of Balaram while Krishna overpowers rest of his evil gang of demonic donkey cronies.
 Kaliya the five headed serpent king was blinded by hatred and rage as his toxic venom had completely shadowed his senses. He posed a deadly threat to the peaceful water lands as the mighty eagle warrior Gaduda had to challenge him. Defeated, Kaliya had to leave with his five serpent wives only to find his new abort of terror in Vrindavan, Krishna’s homeland. His fearful venom started poisoning the river as commoners flew to safety. Krishna challenged his vicious motives and what followed is a titanic underwater fight between them. Finally Krishna jumped on Kalia’s head and forced all the venom out of him stripping Kaliya of all his powers.
 Pralambasura the giant demon had a reputation of possessing brutal strength. Following Kamsa’s orders he ventured out to find the blazing Fire Demon with the motive of teaming up to kill Krishna. The meeting of two old pals resulted into a mock fight to test each other’s strength. Unable to find Krishna, Pralambasura mislead Balram into the forest and tried to crush him to death with his demonic strength. But with one single punch, Pralambasura died in the hands of Balaram. 
  Fire Demon
 Fire Demon was a friend of Pralambasura and together they had the order to kill Krishna. Fire demon possessed the unique power of morphing his form into any simple burning object and emerge when needed as the monster, capable of turning everything into ashes while riding on his chariot of fire. In order to allure Krishna in his fiery trap, he set ablaze the Munjavana forest trapping Krishna’s friends and their cattle. Krishna came to their rescue and extinguished the might of Fire Demon by sucking in the demon and all the fire inside him.
 Indra was the arrogant and capricious demigod of rains and thunder. His wrath fell upon Vrindavan – Krishn’a abort when the villagers decided to worship Govardhan hill instead of him as per Krishn’a advise. Infuriated with rage and humiliation, Indra vowed to teach the people of Vrindavan a lesson and manifest his supremacy.  He brought upon relentless rain and thunder resulting into floods and disaster. Krishna provided shelter to the commoners by lifting the gigantic Govardhan hill on his little finger. Indra riding on his pet elephant – the giant Airavat along with his cronies tried every trick to destroy the hill. All their thunderous powers went in vain as finally he had to taste defeat and humiliation in the hands of Krishna.
 Aristasura the severe bull demon attacked Vrindavan confident of overpowering Krishna to fulfill his master Kamsa’s wish. His demonic appearance and wild fury scared off the common people of Vrindavan. With his violent grunt and giant horns he shattered the dam and flooded everything around. But Krishna took him by his horns and flung him over. The earth trembled as they fought till Krishna swung him violently in the air and shattered his horns bringing an end to the bull demon.
 Keshi the horse demon went mad in fury as Krishna was killing all his demons cronies. He approached Kamsa assuring him of his own atrocious powers seeking orders to face Krishna in a combat. With revenge in his mind and full of pride for his own strength, in his pursuit he created havoc. Earth trembled under his hoofs as Krishna matched his powers and a terrible battle followed. Severely smacked and battered by Krishna, Keshi finally met his end.  
 Vyomasura the bat demon was a vicious dark evil force hungry for destruction. He was sent by Kamsa to create disaster and kill Krishna. In his pursuit, Vyomasura had spread a veil of terror among people. Having found Krishna, Vyomasura kidnapped his friends in disguise thus trapping Krishna in a precarious situation. Sensing the opportunity, he took his real shape as Vyomasura and pounced on Krishna with vengeance. A fierce battle later Krishna crashed him down with an explosion, killing the vicious demon.  

Rabu, 05 Mei 2010

Little Krishna Characters (Universitas Surabaya Kampus Hijau)


 Krishna is India’s most known super-hero across the globe. Krishna the super hero was destiny’s child. He emerged at a time when the earth was tormented by evil forces and vicious demons. The peace and tranquility of common people was put onto test, when Krishna appeared as their savior. He came, he saw and he conquered the heart of entire humanity with his all encompassing love and unparalleled bravado. An innocent fun loving kid who used all his charms to play pranks against anyone and everyone. For him stealing butter from unsuspecting Gopis was as much a child’s play as finishing off Kamsa’s menacing cronies. The darling, the prankster, the savior – Krishna comes across as a wonder boy with his mesmerizing flute in one hand and the ultimate power to destroy evil on the other dressed up in his shining warrior armor, he is a timeless appeal, a favorite of kids and adults like beyond borders and genders.

 Balram was the elder brother of Krishna, extremely responsible and protective towards the well being of his younger brother and their entire group. He was Krishna’s alter ego.  Powerful and strong himself, known better as the most hailed wrestler in all of Vrindavan, he allowed Krishna to enjoy the privilege and credit for the heroic actions. He was an active partner in all the tom foolery that Krishna and his comrades indulged in Vrindavan. Though he was not the apparent leader but his presence was there to protect whenever the need arises. He was sensitive not only to his thoughts and feelings, but was the only one around who was aware about what Krishna was truly capable of doing, his prowess and his abilities. His confidence in Krishna and the amazing chemistry between the two brothers made their relationship a legend.
 An absolute comic relief, he was one of the closest buddies of Krishna with a voracious appetite.  Madhumangal was best characterized by his unsatisfying craving for butter and his lazy demeanor epitomized in his bulky physique and paunch. He was hardly seen taking any initiatives, when it comes to taking any action, but was always the frontrunner in eating stolen butter.  Quintessentially an opportunist but his unconditional love for Krishna endears him to the audience.
 He was the conscience keeper of Krishna’s troupe who would always warn before the group ventures out on any of its escapades. The youngest in the group, he was meek and hardly forceful about his beliefs and quick to submit before the decision of the group. He had a unique style of repeating the last two words of every sentence spoken by other members of the group which symbolizes the way he eventually acts- following what the rest of the group has decided.
 She was the queen of the girlie group and a major contest for Krishna and his friends. She would often challenge Krishna as nothing but a prankster nullifying his superhero image. She was also the greatest obstacle for Krishna and his friends from stealing milk and butter.  On the outside she was a tough cookie, but inside she was among the closest friends and well-wishers of Krishna. She herself was known to be a human incarnation of a divine power .
 She was one of Radha’s closest friends and a trusted follower. She accompanied Radha almost everywhere and was among her favorite playmate. She was also an ardent supporter of Radha when it came to stop Krishna and his friends from stealing milk and butter or support their playful rivalry.
 She was also among Radha’s favorite friends and one of their unmistakable gang of three girls. She too loved Radha and always took her as their leader and supported in every possible way, whether its teasing Krishna or stopping him and his friends from stealing.
 She was the playful calf and pretty much a part of Krishna’s gang as one of his favorites. Her playful naughtiness often asked for scolding from Krishna but with a leap in her steps she would follow the gang everywhere not willing to be left out from their adventures.
 The stories can never be told in their true flavor without Dadiloba - the mischievous monkey and one of the closest followers of Krishna. They both seem inseparable and every time Dadiloba appears he creates a riot of fun around him. Trusted and proactive, he was among the frontrunners in the group when it comes to stealing butter and milk and hence quiet often we find him and Madhumangal teaming up for the pranks.
 He is the father of Krishna and also the village-chief of Vrindavan. Krishna was his eye candy. But being a sensible and able leader he was equally concerned and protective about his subjects. They would often get blessed with his generosity. One thing that kept him worried was Krishna’s safety from King Kamsa and his battery of vicious demons. Every time they attacked, Nanda while tensed about the well being of his beloved son was also equally worried about his subjects who were in a constant danger of falling prey to those vicious demons. With every conquest, his paternal love could never fathom the true super hero that his son really was.
 As the quintessential mother of Krishna, she was maternal love manifested. She could never see any fault in her beloved son and was always there to pamper him.  No amount of complaints of Krishna from the neighboring ladies who had been subjected to Krishna’s pranks will ever alter her immense love for Krishna. For her the entire world was around Krishna only. The demons and the threat on Krishna’s safety would madden her with grief and concern. Even after accomplishing all the heroic acts Krishna would come back to his mother as the innocent child and Yashoda would hug and love him simply as her sweet little kid.
 Evil arrogant king Kamsa, the main antagonist, was maternal uncle to Krishna in relationship. Destiny had it that Krishna will emerge as the angel of death for him. Terrified to face his own fall, Kamsa’s fear for death turned him into a ruthless cruel ruler. To secure his own life it became pivotal for him to eliminate Krishna. With this malicious motive he relentlessly kept on sending his vicious cronies, the deadly demons one after another with the single motive of Krishna’s death. Each one of his plans succumbed to failure as Krishna killed all the demons resulting in bolts of panic and frustration to Kamsa who could helplessly sense the approach of his angel of death.

Selasa, 04 Mei 2010

Film 'Menculik Miyabi' Akhirnya Siap Dirilis 6 Mei 2010(Universitas Surabaya Kampus Hijau)

Jakarta - Film 'Menculik Miyabi' sempat mendapatkan protes keras tahun lalu. Namun ternyata film yang dibintangi Maria Ozawa itu tetap dibuat. Kini bahkan sudah selesai dan siap dirilis.

Maxima Picture mengungkapkan film yang digarap oleh sutradara Findo Purnomo itu telah lulus sensor. "Sudah lulus sensor kok. Dapat kategorinya remaja," ujar sang produser Odi Mulya Hidayat saat berbincang dengan detikhot lewat telepon, Selasa (4/5/2010).

'Menculik Miyabi' rencananya akan diputar di bioskop pada 6 Mei mendatang. Selain Maria, film tersebut juga dibintangi Nicky Tirta, Herfiza Novianty, Kevin Julio dan Rizky Mocil. Naskah 'Menculik Miyabi' pun ditulis oleh Marqee.

Di film tersebut, Maria Ozawa berperan sebagai Miyabi, perempuan yang mendapat tugas untuk menjemput pemenang kuis di Indonesia. Namun, ia malah diculik oleh tiga remaja culun.

Pada September 2009 lalu, penggarapan film 'Menculik Miyabi' gagal karena mendapat protes dari beberapa pihak. Sejumlah kalangan terutama kalangan agama menolak Miyabi datang ke Indonesia.

Namun setelah tujuh bulan protes itu, Maria Ozawa pun siap menyapa para penggemarnya di Indonesia.
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