- Music Director AR Rahman’s AM Studio introduces 7.1 technology to Kollywood
- Actress Taapsee walks out of 'MGR'
- Actress Anjali prefers kissing scene
- Actor Jiiva is very handsome, says Pooja
- Actor Vijay and Suriya clash again?
- Tom Hanks inspires Shaam
- Who is directing 'Karikalan'?
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 12:26 PM PDT
The AM Studio has come out with the concept of 7.1 surround sound track for South Indian movies. The 7.1 sound track will have 8 channels of audio output with left, centre, right, left side surround, right side surround, left rear surround, right rear surround and a low frequency enhancer. This technology familiar in Hollywood has a few movies in Bollywood Dum Maaro Dum, Rockstar released in 7.1 sound track.
Now, Rahman's AM Studio has introduced this 7.1 technology to the south Indian film industry. Director Ameer's Aadhi Baghawan with Jayam Ravi in the lead will be the first Tamil feature film to be mixed in 7.1 surround sound track. With the modern digital sound systems installed in most of the theatres in Tamil Nadu, the 7.1 technology can be easily adapted to the existing system for a better output.
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 12:24 PM PDT
First it was Karthika who opted out of 'Madha Gaja Raja' (shortly 'MGR'), a film directed by Sundar C with Vishal in the lead role. And now, Taapsee, who was later roped in for the project, has also walked out of it.
Following this, Sundar has finalized his 'Kalakalappu' heroine Anjali and Sarath Kumar's daughter Varalakshmi for the double heroine subject, which has Vishal in a triple role for the first time.
It is said that Taapsee wanted to promote her Hindi film 'Chashme Badhoor' during the first week of July and hence found it difficult to accommodate dates for 'Madha Gaja Raja'.
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 12:13 PM PDT
"I was given with a choice at the time of signing Settai. That I had to either act in a bedroom scene or a kissing scene. I chose the latter since I found it safe than the former," says Anjali.
Explaining the reason, she says, "Because only now I have been able to earn good name thanks to excellent roles in films such as Angadi Theru and Engeyum Eppodhum. I don't want to spoil that image."
'Settai', a remake of Hindi hit 'Delhi Belly', is directed by Kannan. Arya, Anjali, Hansika Motwani, Premgi Amaran and Santhanam play lead roles in it. "It is an interesting subject," Anjali says.
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 12:09 PM PDT
transformation in terms of looks in Mugamoodi.
"He looks very handsome in the movie and it was a great experience playing the lead opposite him," she was quoted as telling a magazine. Mugamoodi is reaching completion and is expected to release in the month of August.
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 11:59 AM PDT
This August is going to be fun time for the film buffs. Two biggies of Tamil film industry are going to clash to establish supremacy at the box office. The makers of Vijay's Thuppakki recently disclosed that they are looking to release their film on August 15th. Now we hear that, KV Anand is also looking to release Maatraan in August.
The same scenario arose last year when Suriya's 7aam Arivu and Vijay's Velayudham released on the same day. In the end, 7aam Arivu scored more at the box office, when compared to the Vijay starrer.
Amidst this there are also chances of Kamal's much awaited Vishwaroopam releasing around the same time. Looks like it is going to be one hell of a clash…
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 11:54 AM PDT
The movie has already created a buzz in trade circles for its intriguing content and Shaam's experimental looks.
The actor's commitment to the complex role of Ram, which spans the three different stages of a man's life, is apparent.
In the last one-and-a-half years, Shaam has turned down at least three Tollywood flicks and has been pretty much living the character he plays in this film.
He has shed 16 kilos over the last eight months,and grown his hair as well as a beard. When the director wanted a new look for the climax that is to be shot in Kolkatta, and where the actor has to sport the look of a beggar who comes in search of something, what Shaam did shocked everyone in the unit.
The actor reportedly took two weeks sabbatical and went sleepless to get that perfect look — with swollen under-eye bags (See Pic).
No one in the unit recognized him when he reported back at the locale. Speaking to DC from Hyderabad, Shaam says, "The movie 6 is very close to my heart.
There are six different looks and the story traverses six different cities namely Mumbai, Goa, Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Lucknow and culminates in Kolkatta.
When Durai wanted those specific looks, I thought why not give it a try without any makeup or CG work. Hollywood star Tom Hank's looks in the film Cast Away inspired me a lot.
Closer to home, Rajini sir's risky efforts for Endhiran and Kamal sir's incredible avatars in Dasavatharam motivated me." He also revealed that the people of Kolkatta who saw him at the locale, did not believe that he was a popular star down south.
Posted: 27 Jun 2012 11:52 AM PDT
Rumor mills had it that the makers aren't satisfied with the rushes and want to start from scratch again with Gandhikrishna on board. When a media firm approached Gandhikrishna he expressed that the makers have approached him and he will go ahead with helming the film is Vikram's dates & other things fall in place.
But at the same time, Kannan has it that he is still helming the film and it will resume shooting once Vikram is free of commitments! The makers have also confirmed that Kannan is still the director of the project and that cinematographer Karthik has been replaced with Randy aka Rathnavelu and that the crew has undergone a change.
Although this period cum contemporary movie went on floors more than a year back only 25 % of the shoot has been wrapped and the cast and crew have carried on with other projects.
|You are subscribed to email updates from T.C.L.N.-Tamil Cinema Latest News |
To stop receiving these emails, you may unsubscribe now.
|Email delivery powered by Google|
|Google Inc., 20 West Kinzie, Chicago IL USA 60610|