- Shruthi clarifies her relationship with Dhanush
- Lingusamy Signs Up Salman Khan?
- Kajal Aggarwal repeating her white-dress magic for Vijay’s Thupaki
- Rumour on Dhanush Shruthi Affair Tensed Rajini Family
- Samuthirakkani to Remake Porali in Hindi
- Radhika back in Kollywood
- Santhanam goes Rajinikanth way
- Vijay’s ‘Appadi podu’ falls into Akshay Kumar’s lap
- Kolaveri Di picturisation starts!
- I’d never put on obscene costumes, says Nisha Agarwal
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:45 AM PST
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:41 AM PST
Vettai is slated for release this Pongal. Music for this film has been scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Arya, Amala Paul, Madhavan and Sameera Reddy play the lead roles in this film.
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:39 AM PST
Kajal Aggarwal is superstitious and she admits it. The actress not only wants to give her best to her characters but also wishes to bring good fortunes to the films in which she acts. Well, the Naan Mahaan Alla gal believes that so far white has proved to be a lucky colour for her movies and through it, she wants to repeat the same for her upcoming Tamil movie Thupaki.
The gorgeous girl claims that the movies have turned out to be massive hits, whenever she has sported white-dress for her first shots. Giving examples of Telugu blockbuster Magadheera, which was dubbed in Tamil as Maaveeran, and her debut Bollywood movie Singham, Kajal Aggarwal adds that in those films, the 26-year-old had given her introduction sequence wearing white-dress and hopes to continue the same magic for Vijay's Thupaki.
Meanwhile, Kajal Aggarwal's wish has been granted by AR Murugadoss. We hear that she has shot her first scene wearing white costume in Thupaki too.
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:38 AM PST
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:22 AM PST
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:16 AM PST
Theater personality and Bollywood actress Radhika Apte, who impressed with her riveting performance in RGV's Rattha Charithram, is back in a Tamil film titled Vettri Selvan. Ajmal, who surprised everyone with his villain act in Ko, is the lead protagonist.
The story is about three individuals abandoned by society who bring about a revolution.
Rudhran, a popular name in the ad film circuit and with several awards to his credit, debuts as the director.
Rudhran has worked as an assistant to Vikram Kumar in the Madhavan starrer Yaavarum Nalam. "Though it has a serious subject, I have infused a lot of commercial elements into it to make it interesting," he says.
Playback singer Mano returns to the silver screen after a long hiatus and appears in an important character role. Ganja Karuppu will be seen in a comic role and Mani Sharma will be composing the tracks.
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 09:09 AM PST
numero Uno star in Tamil cinema having been part of many successful ventures last year.
He hopes that 2012 would be another successful year for him in Kollywood. Stating that he wants to continue his good run in Tamil cinema, Santhanam wants to do more films that would have major scope for him.
He is now geared up for a new avatar in real life. He says that he has become a spiritually sound person.
The actor, who is an ardent fan of Rajnikanth, has plans to follow the footsteps of Superstar. He wants to indulge in spiritualism and travel across the globe.
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 08:11 AM PST
The rights of the Bollywood version of 'Appadi podu…', a chartbuster song from Vijay starrer Tamil movie Gilli, has changed hands. Actor Sonu Sood, who had bought the rights, has sold it to Akshay Kumar.
Bollywood star Akshay Kumar has reportedly bought the rights of 'Appadi podu…' for his forthcoming Hindi movie Naam Hai Boss. It is said that the Khiladi requested Sonu Sood and the audio label to give him the same and managed to get the rights.
Reports add that Akshay Kumar, like Sonu Sood, was impressed with the track at the first hearing. Without delaying, the actor decided to acquire the rights to know that it was already been sold to Sonu Sood and the latter had already started working on it.
However, Akshay Kumar is yet to finalize the singer and the composer for the Hindi version of 'Appadi podu…'. The original song was sung by Krishna Kumar Kunnath and Anuradha Sriram and the Hindi version.
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 08:09 AM PST
The song which had the world dancing Kolaveri Di, is now being picturised onthe sandy beaches on ECR in Chennai.
Debutant director Aishwarya Dhanush is shooting the song for 3 at VGP Golden Beach resort.
The popularity of the song which has become a phenomenal worldwide hit has given a lot of confidence to the 3 team.
All songs from the film composed by Anirudh has also become chartbusters after last week's music launch.
3 is slated for release in the first week of February. The film with Kolaveri Di has become a craze in trade circles.
The buzz is that a Mumbai based corporate may buy the theatrical rights of the film at an unheard price.
Posted: 04 Jan 2012 07:42 AM PST
Nisha Agarwal is the debutant heroine waiting to make waves in Tamil films. As the name amply suggests, Nisha is the younger sibling of established actress Kajal Agarwal, who has been among the leading heroines in both Tamil and Telugu films. Nisha's stature, physics and facial appearance resemble very almost that of Kajal.
Nisha would be debuting as Vimal's heroine in the upcoming film Ishtam. Thanks to her elder sibling's popularity, Nisha knows a thing or two about how it feels like being a newcomer in the industry. "I'm very happy to be debuting in Tamil through Ishtam. I'm also doing a couple of Telugu films as well. In fact, I love the professional ethics and work culture followed both in Telugu and Tamil film industries.
"Shooting schedules are strictly adhered to as per original plans which are quite appreciable. Only recently, I completed the shooting of one of the Telugu films. The shooting schedule of the other film was halted due to the Telengana struggle; I now come to know that the film has since been abandoned for the time being. I'm not sure when the shooting schedule would resume.
"Like Kajal, I'd love to star in films in all languages. Soon, I'd be making my debut in Bollywood as well. Whatever film offers I'm getting, I first discuss it with Kajal and then decide about which ones to take up and which ones to reject. We both criticize each other's work in a constructive manner which helps us to avoid whatever errors we might commit.
"Irrespective of the money offered to me, I shall never put on swim-wear in any of my movies. I'd always ensure that the costume(s) I put on doesn't make me and the audiences feel embarrassed," concludes Nisha.
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