Monthly Archives: May 2014

Kamal watches Kochadaiiyaan

Ulaga Nayagan Kamal Haasan watched Rajinikanth staring Kochadaiiyaan at a special screening organised for him in Chennai on Sunday. Soundary Ashwin Rajinikanth arranged for a special screening and invited Kamal Haasan for it. He was received by Ashwin at a preview theaters. Kamal Haasan took time off his Uttama Villain shoot to view the film.

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Parthiban’s special

Known for his novel ways, actor-parthiban’s Kathai Thiraikadhai Vaanam Iyakkam witnessed an unique audio launch. A group discussion by directors, on the topic ‘How to make a movie without a story’, was held on the occasion. Those who spoke include K Bhagyaraj, Lingusamy, Kalaignanam, Vikraman, Keyar, R V Udayakumar among others. Parthiban presented wigs to 100 women affected by cancer. ...

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Madhushalini’s next

Madhushalini, who had worked with ace director Bala in Avan Ivan , is now all set to join forces with filmmaker RGV for a Relugu film. She wil be seen playing a journalist in RGV’s forthcoming film, which is said to be an adrenaline-pumping crime and action thriller. The story is about a serial killer and Madhushalini has an interesting ...

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Gowthaman’s letter to Modi

Due to Lankan government’s atrocities, the Tamil brethren are almost dead and gone. Dear Modiji, Instead of helping them get their rights back, please don’t leave them, said filmmaker Gowthaman. You invitation to Lankan President Rajapaksa to attend your swearing-in has created an impression among Tamil folks worldwide that you don’t care for the sorrow and sufferings of Tamils in ...

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Bharathiraja’s letter to Modi

Filmmaker Bharathiraja has shot a letter to Prime Minister designate Narendra Modi that inviting Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa for his swearing-in ceremony has saddened many of us. At a time when he is all set to face enquiry from international agencies for war crimes, it is sad that you have invited him for the country, he said. Tamilnadu Chief Minister ...

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