Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Subscribe to Kollywood Kalatta by Email

Sunday, June 17, 2012

T.C.L.N

T.C.L.N


Actress Hansika Motwani Permission Build Her Temple

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 04:57 AM PDT

Top actress Hansika denied permission to his die hard fans for building a temple to her in Usilampatti.


Actor Vijay to do Thuppaki Hindi remake?

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 04:14 AM PDT

A R Murugadass is gearing up to remake his yet to be released Vijay starrer Thuppakki in Hindi with Akshay Kumar.


Actress Chaya Singh Marries Krishna

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 03:50 AM PDT

Actress Chaya Singh tied the knot with actor Krishna yesterday in a traditional ceremony attended by close family and friends. The couple reportedly fell in love during the shooting of Ananthapurathu Veedu in which they both starred.

Chaya Singh and Krishna's parents gave a go-ahead for their wedding after approving their love. Chaya Singh had acted in over 25 films in various language including Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam and Krishna is a television artiste cum actor.

Some of the films that Chaya had starred include Thiruda Thirudi, Vallamai Tharayo and Ananthapurathu Veedu. Krishna was seen in K Balachander's television serial Sahana and Naga's Chidambara Ragasiyam to name a few. He has also acted in a number of films including Eeram and Ananthapurathu Veedu.


Actor Mohanlal in Trouble

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 03:45 AM PDT

The forest department has registered a case against popular actor Mohanlal before the Perumbavur Judicial Magistrate, under the Wildlife protection Act 1972, for "illegal possession of ivory at his house."
A first information report has been filed at the Judicial First Class Magistrate court, Perumbavur, by the Forest officials. Ivory was seized from the residence of the actor in a raid conducted by the Income Tax officials in 2011.
It was in July last year that the IT department officials searched the houses of actors Mammootty and Mohanlal. The operation also spread to other cities where the two had houses and business interests.
Meanwhile, PN Krishnakumar and N Krishnakumar, second and third accused respectively, have stated they had obtained permission from wildlife authorities for the possession of ivory which was later handed over to Mohanlal for safe custody as they were employed abroad.


Actor Simbu & ARR to team up?

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 03:05 AM PDT

This is the latest buzz in tinsel town. Rumor mills are working overtime that Silambarasan aka Simbu will join hands with Isai Puyal AR Rahman! It is said that the multi-faceted actor is planning to approach ARR for his pet project, 'Manmadhan 2'.

Few others have it that ARR has already given his nod for the project! Sources close to the actor have it that the duo met and the talks will be finalized soon following which an official announcement will be made.

Post work on 'Podaa Podi', 'Vettai Mannan', 'Vaalu' and 'Vada Chennai', it's widely buzzed that Simbu will start work on this sequel to his blockbuster 'Manmadhan', that rose him to a star status. He will wield the megaphone and pen the script apart from playing lead.


Actor Jiiva in Seeman's 'Pagalavan'!

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 02:56 AM PDT

When it was expected that Vijay and director Seeman would come together for a film titled 'Pagalavan', a full-stop to the buzz arrived, stating that the project was shelved due to "unavoidable reasons".
However, Seeman is now reviving the film, with Jiiva replacing Vijay. Says the Tamil activist, "Vijay initially accepted to be part of the project as he was impressed listening the story. But I don't know why he opted out of it later."
Seeman adds: "I am currently in talks with Jiiva and am sure that he would do this film. Once the movie gets released, those who had missed it would realize that they had actually committed a mistake."
Throwing light on the story of 'Pagalavan', Seeman says, "It's about problems faced by the people. It's about the inaccessibility to quality education. The theme of the movie is 'education is for people'."


No comments:

Post a Comment

Followers