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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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Actress Samantha is Vijay`s heroine?

Posted: 10 Sep 2012 04:53 AM PDT

Ilayathalapathy Vijay may not be doing Gautham Vasudeva Menon`s Yohaan, but it seems he has given the green signal to his Neethane En Ponvasantham heroine Samantha to be paired opposite him.
Vijay is doing AL Vijay`s next film to be produced by Chandrakanth Jain. The buzz was that AL Vijay wanted to cast Amala Paul, but it did not work out due to various reasons.
It was then AL Vijay had a meeting with Samantha who is riding wave in Tamil after the stupendous success of Naan Ee. Samantha who had recently said 'No' to Shankar's I and Mani Ratnam`s Kadal, seems to be happy to do a film with Ilayathalapathy.
Samantha the smart girl that she is knows that to reach dizzy heights in Tamila heroine has to be cast opposite big superstars. She had experienced it in Telugu when her film Dookudu with Mahesh Babu made her popular in Tollywood.
If all goes well Samantha will be signing up to be Vijay's heroine in a film directed by Vijay!


Someone must have born for me: Nyanthara

Posted: 10 Sep 2012 04:29 AM PDT

Ever since the heart breaking break up with Prabhu Deva, Nayanthara has been devastated. Or so we thought. After keeping mum for several months, she opened up her heart only to say that she felt cheated.
Time seems to have been a healer in her case. "If a film of mine fails, I feel sad but for a moment. I immerse myself in my work the very next moment. When we face difficulties in life, it might take some time to recoup from it. I still have respect for love. I believe that someone must have born for me," she says.
"There is nothing wrong in having hopes for our future. Who knows, tomorrow may be having so many twists in store for me. God must have so many sweet things for me. I should continue my journey to enjoy those fruits," an optimistic Nayan says.


Director Hari’s assistant turns director

Posted: 10 Sep 2012 04:23 AM PDT

Veeramani, who assisted director Hari on films like Venghai and Singham, is striking out on his own with Thirappu Vizha.
Jaya Anand debuts as the hero and child artiste-turned-heroine Manisha plays the female lead in Veeramani's directorial venture. It's a story of a youth and his struggle to elevate his village with the help of his lover.
"The film has the right mix of action, emotion, humour and music to go down well with all types of audiences. Like my mentor, I work at a rapid pace and want to finish the entire film in a single schedule," Veeramani said. G.M. Kumar has a key role in the film.


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