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Kaaka Muttai

Dhanush's Kaaka Muttai to have world premiere at Toronto film fest

Tamil drama Kaaka Muttai, which predominantly features newcomers and is produced by Dhanush, will have its world premiere at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival, said a festival representative.

Superstar Kidnap will see me in the lead again, says Aadarsh Balakrishna

Having played negative roles for most part in his career, Adarsh is excited about Superstar Kidnap. It's a upcoming Telugu crime-comedy which will see him play the lead. The film has Mahesh Babu in a small role.

Vasanthabalan’s courage to explore ideas his strength, says veteran actor Nassar

"If you've followed his work, you'd realize that each of his film is so different from the other. He's someone who dares to explore and I think that's what makes his work special and so different from other filmmakers," said Nassar.
Allu Arjun

Fans berate Allu Arjun for arguing with police, actor clears the air

The actor received flak from his fans following the appearance of a leaked video online in which he is seen skipping a breathalyzer test and arguing with policemen. However, Allu tweeted to say that he took the test and was allowed to go.
Allu Arjun

Anjaan mints Rs. 15.03 crore in two days

Despite both critics and audiences panning it, the pre-release buzz and advanced bookings have helped Suriya-starrer Tamil actioner Anjaan to rake in Rs.15.03 in the southern market of the country.
Allu Arjun

Tamil film Puli Paarvai set to run into a storm

Freedom of film in Tamil Nadu is getting dimmer by the day. The audio launch of Pravingandhi’s Puli Paarvai in Chennai on Saturday was disrupted by four student groups, which felt that the work should not be released.

Wrong to call Anjaan a regional film, says ace cinematographer Santosh Sivan

Explaining the lingual dichotomy of Anjaan, the film's cinematographer Sivan said: "It's a Mumbai-based subject and a large part of the dialogues are in Hindi. These haven't been dubbed into Tamil, although it's a Tamil film."

Lai Bhaari effect: Shraddha Kapoor’s roots for Marathi films

Shraddha Kapoor, who is half Maharashtrian and half Punjabi, hopes Marathi cinema gets more power with more films like Lai Bhaari. And though she hasn't received any offers for a Marathi film yet, she is open to the idea. Incidentally, she can't speak Punjabi but is fluent in Marathi.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu

Despite a forgetful role in Anjaan, Samantha's sizzles in bikini act

While Anjaan has been panned by critics and audiences, Samantha has stolen the limelight with her bikini act. Though she features in it for just a few seconds, the picture began trending on social networking sites soon after the film's release.
Allu Arjun

Allu Arjun, Arjun Sarja to fight it out in Trivikram's next

Kannada Arjun Sarja has reportedly been signed on as the baddie for upcoming yet-untitled Telugu film by director Trivikram Srinivas. Arjun will be locking horns with Telugu actor Allu Arjun in it.

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