- Madhu Shalini great opportunity to work in Ram Gopal Varma's film Madhushalini
- Ten Questions to Vijay
- Trisha’s brief Visit Home
- Suriya's Five Looks in Maatraan
- Vijay's Thuppaki stopped ... Disastrous for the film industry ...
- Amala Paul Mobbed in Hyderabad
- Vijay's 360 Degree Nanban Promotion
- Kamal Haasan Donates Rs 15 Lakhs to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister
- Appukutty’s Mannaru First look stills
- Aravind Swamy to make a comeback?
- Pandiarajan Aan Paavam is back
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 10:15 AM PST
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 10:09 AM PST
I donned the small Vijayakanth role in the film Poonthotta Kavalkaran.
The friends you meet most and speak?
Morning time in Neelankarai Beach
You have acted in many films? Which are your favourite films?
Kadhalukku Mariyadhai and Thullatha Manamum Thullum
A photo in which I will be sitting next to Rajnikanth
With whom did you speak very frankly very much?
Your recent new habits?
Reading the autobiography of political leaders
Your summer vacation spot?
Going to London with my family
The place you visit on your birthday?
The Saligramam School in which I have studied up to 10th Standard.
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 09:56 AM PST
Trisha just flew down from Bangkok after completing the shooting of her portions in the Vishal starrer Samaran. The actress has said that the project is shaping up well under the able hands of director Thiru. Soon after a her return to the city, Trisha spent just a brief time at her residence in Chennai as she had fly down to Pollachi for the shooting of her upcoming Telugu flick Dammu, starring Jr. NTR.
The actress has said that though it is tiresome and she feels bad for not getting to stay at her home often, she just loves her work and that is reason enough to juggle her time between different film sets.
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 09:55 AM PST
But what is confirmed is that K V Anand and Suriya have packed their bags to the US to finalize on one of the looks for Maatraan. The duo will meet up with top makeup technicians before they fly back to India.
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 09:53 AM PST
UTV's CEO G Dhanajayan has said, "Shooting of our Tamil films Mugamoodi & Masala Cafe are stuck due to the strike. Hope a solution emerges soon as films are getting delayed."
Murugadoss has said "Watchd NANBAN Vijay has given a rocking performance! can't wait to get back working with him soon...once the strike ends!"
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 02:50 AM PST
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 02:37 AM PST
Today, the actor visited the theatres – Archana and KG Theatres in Coimbatore and tomorrow will head to Tiruppur, where he will be available at Usha Theatre.
It looks like Vijay's promotional spree after two weeks of film's release will add more intensity drawing more crowds to the theatres.
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 02:32 AM PST
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 02:29 AM PST
His first solo venture Azhagarsamiyin Kuthirai directed by Suseenthiran was a critically accalimed movie and also a commercial success one.
Even though Appukutty appears only post interval block in Azhagarsamiyin Kuthirai his role won him accolades. Now the actor will be seen in a full fledged role in 'Mannaru' says sources.
Mannaru is a two heroine based subject and it is sure to attract the audience with the funny plot adds the team. Also actor- producer Thambi Ramaiah has joined the league and their combo is sure to bring laughter.
The film is directed by debutant S Jayashankar and produced under the banner Rathna films.
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 02:15 AM PST
comeback in Kollywood?
The buzz is that his mentor and guru Mani Ratnam is giving him a new lease of life in his new film.
Aravind Swamy referred to as the "most handsome man ever to debut in Kollywood" is now all set to return in a character role. Swamy, as per the grapevine is going to play heroine Samantha's father in the film which was initially titled Pookadai.
Mani Ratnam's love story set against a coastal village has been creating a lot of hype even before the shoot on the film started. Gautham, Karthik's son is debuting opposite Samantha in the film which has Rajiv Menon as cinematographer and has music by AR Rahman.
Mani has also roped in 'Action King' Arjun to play an important role which has shades of grey along with Pasupathy and Lakshmi Manchu.
The addition of Aravind Swamy in the cast is a major plus, as the actor was refusing to make a comeback.
Posted: 01 Feb 2012 01:55 AM PST
Now Aan Pavam is back. Hold on. It is no sequel to the movie. Rather it would be a television serial to be aired in a popular Tamil television channel. Sathyajothi Thyagarajan, who produced many blockbusters on big screen, is producing the serial.
In this serial Rajesh and Meera Krishnan are playing the role as father and mother; Barath Kalyan, Raaj Kamal, Venkat, Satish are the sons. Pairing with them are Jayshree, Magi, Gowri, Lakshmi, Ishwarya. Others who play important roles are Tamiz Mani, Bombay Babu, Suji Bala, Pandi, Magima.
It has nothing to do with the movie Aan Pavam, sources say.
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