About Me

Rigobertha Prabhatha

‘I have only two windows to my world – movies and books’ was what I wrote about myself long ago. It was the tagline of my Youtube channel Prabhathalovesmovies from 2020 onwards. Nothing has changed since then except that I am writing more often to different websites; not only reviews of films and web shows but profiles, features, year enders etc. I myself am surprised that the number has reached 250 plus in 3 years and thought it is time to put them at one place. Hence this website. It is also my personal digital library.
My CV is brief. I did M.A B.Ed in English and working as a Content Writer for school children. I forayed into translating also, mainly stories from Telugu to English which are published in anthologies.
Before movies, my biggest passions were history and cricket, which still remain with me. I have always enjoyed reading books related to history, both fiction and nonfiction, and I love watching movies and web series based on historical events. As for cricket, I still make sure to catch all the important matches like the World Cups.
My first movie experience was with Ram Gopal Varma’s “Satya”. The film began with two murders occurring pretty much back-to-back. As a young kid, two gunshots in two minutes were too much for me to handle at that age. I cringed in my seat so much that my mom had to take me out of the theater. However, as I grew older, I started watching mainstream Telugu movies featuring stars like Junior NTR, Balakrishna, and others. Alongside, I also watched Hindi movies like “The Legend of Bhagat Singh”, “Lagaan”, and “Munnabhai MBBS” at my mother’s insistence.
Gradually, I ventured into Bollywood movies while still keeping up with Telugu cinema. Before the pandemic, I often watched Tamil films dubbed in Telugu, such as “Ghajini” and “Rangam”, on TV. During the pandemic, my consumption of straight films, mainly Malayalam and Tamil, increased, and it has now become a habit. I’ve also indulged in documentaries like the one on the Radcliffe line. While my intake of Hollywood films isn’t as extensive as Hindi and Telugu cinema, I have seen a fair number of recent movies both in theaters and on OTT platforms. These include films like the “Avatar” series, “The Killers of The Flower Moon”, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, and “Little Women”.

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