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Wednesday, March 14, 2012



Actress Shriya Saran halts Pokkiri Raja over remuneration issue

Posted: 13 Mar 2012 03:27 AM PDT

Actress Shriya Saran has lodged a complaint against the producers of her Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja at South Indian Film Artistes Association over remuneration issue. She has alleged that the movie bosses are releasing the film in Tamil without paying her extra bucks.

The 29-year-old says that she came to know that the makers of the film were dubbing Pokkiri Raja in Tamil recently. However, when they signed her for the film, they did not pay more. Hence, Shriya Saran has filed the complaint at South Indian Film Artistes Association asking them to halt the release of the movie until they settle her dues.
On the other end, Malaysia Pandian, who has bagged the Tamil rights, said that he has not signed any agreement with Shriya Saran and it is the responsibility of the original producers to pay her salary. He will be taking legal action against the actress if she tries to halt the release in Tamil Nadu.

Actor Prabhu Deva returns to dancing

Posted: 13 Mar 2012 03:08 AM PDT

Prabhu Deva, who has been out of acting for some time after getting interested in directing films, has returned to his profession _ dancing.

With the shooting of his Hindi remake (starring Akshaya Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha) of 'Vikramarkudu' in Telugu and 'Chiruthai' in Tamil, is nearing completion, Prabu Deva has been cast in a UTV dance-centric film directed by ace choreographer Remo D'souza. It is titled 'ABCD' (Anybody Can Dance). This is claimed to be the first dance film in 3D in Indian cinema. The shooting of the film started in Mumbai on March 5.
Speaking about the film, director D'souza says ABCD is his dream project. He has written the script keeping Prabhu Deva in mind. The film will be an expose of sorts on the talent and skills of Indian dancers and have dazzling dance sequences.
Prabhu Deva says he is happy to return to dancing. He and Ganesh Acharya are the key characters. Lauren Gottlieb, the global winner of the popular Television talent shop, 'So you think you can dance' plays the heroine. 'Dance India Dance' winners Salman Khan, Dharmesh, Prince, Mayuresh and Vrushali are central characters. "The thought of dancing with them gives me the feeling of being a student," Prabhu Deva says.
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