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HindustanTimes Mon,22 Dec 2014

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I's new trailer takes the story further... Vikram's doing it for love

The much anticipated Tamil film, I, just upped its curiosity quotient with its new trailer. Vikram's monster is, actually, a wronged man with a heart of gold, we are told. And it hints at the whys and, possibly, hows too.

Debut film of Nagarjuna's second son launched

Akhil's untitled debut film will be jointly produced by actor Nithiin Reddy and Sudhakar Reddy. It has been reported that the film was on hold as Nagarjuna was scouting for a suitable project to launch his son.

Rajinikanth's Lingaa charms BO, gets 2014's highest weekend opening

The film has done exceptionally well in the domestic (Chennai) market. At the US box office too, this Rajini starrer is the second highest Tamil grosser in 2014, inching closer to Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroopam.

Veteran Tamil director K Balachander unwell, in hospital

The director was admitted to a private hospital in Chennai following 'fever' and other 'age-related ailments' complaints. A hospital source was quoted as saying that he is stable now and that necessary treatment is being provided to him.

Rajinikanth rushes to hospital, says Balachander recognised, smiled at him

Tamil superstars Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan have expressed concern over the Balachander's health. While Rajinikanth rushed to the Chennai hospital to be check on him, Kamal Haasan sent him a video message from Los Angeles wishing him a speedy recovery.

Tamil director K Balachander critical but stable

Legendary filmmaker K Balachander, who was admitted to Cauvery hospital in Chennai, has been shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). He is undergoing treatment for urinary infection.

Vivekh visits Balachander, says director improving

Comedian Vivekh who visited director K Balachander in a Chennai hospital said that the auteur is showing signs of improvement. According to hospital sources, Balachander is still in Intensive Care Unit but his condition is stable.

Telugu music director Chakradhar Gilla dies of heart attack

Telugu music composer Chakradhar Gilla, popularly called Chakri, is dead. His death was caused by a heart attack. He was 40 at the time of his death. Chakri is known for his work in films like Devadasu, Desamuduru, Krishna and Maska.

Sonakshi Sinha, how do you act in a film whose language is unfamiliar?

Wonders never cease in the Indian film industry. One has always been perplexed by actors working in movies whose language is absolutely alien to them. Now, how can one perform and emote when one does not have the faintest clue about what he or she is mouthing. Incorrect diction will quite likely lead to incorrect lip sync. Will it not?

Fans celebrate Rajinikanth’s birthday, release of Lingaa

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among the early wishers, through a tweet greeting the superstar on his birthday, a bus conductor working with KSRTC came all the way from Belgaum to the actor’s residence to greet him personally.

Rajinikanth's Lingaa: This is not a review

Rajinikanth-Sonakshi Sinha-starrer Lingaa hit theatres on the same day as the Tamil superstar celebrates his birthday on Friday. Not jokes and certainly not a review, here's a viewer's 'Rajinikanth' of Thalaiva's latest Tamil movie.

Lingaa hits the screens as Rajinikanth turns 64

Mired by plagiarism controversies, the latest Rajinikanth starrer finally saw the light of day by hitting the theatres on Friday. The actor, who earlier this year featured in Kochadaiyaan, is back singing duets with damsels, this time Anushka Shetty and Sonakshi Sinha in tow.

Shreyas Talpade glad he's doing Marathi superhero film, Baji

Bollywood actor Shreyas Talpade is returning to Marathi cinema after a hiatus of seven years with a superhero film Baji. He called it "one of the most wonderful decisions of my life".

Kalki's Ponniyin Selvan to be an animation film

The legendary Tamil journalist and author, Kalki Krishnamurthy's celebrated 2400-word novel in five volumes, Ponniyin Selvan, will be made into an animated film.

WATCH: All the Rajini fans… Thalaiva’s five iconic dialogues

His life is an inspiration to many. His acting and mannerisms a calling card with his die-hard fans. What all will agree to, though, is his ‘entertainer par excellence’ tag. On superstar Rajinikanth's 64th birthday, we take you through some of his famous dialogues.
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