HindustanTimes Sat,26 Jul 2014


Found stardom in southern cinema: Vidyut Jammwal

In southern cinema, actor Vidyut Jammwal may have only played villainous roles so far, but he says after sharing screen space with some superstars such as Ajith, Suriya and Vijay, he feels like a star in the industry.

Aal, first Tamil film shot at India-China border?

The makers of upcoming Tamil thriller Aal, the remake of Hindi movie Aamir, have claimed that the film happens to be the first in the language to be shot at the India-China border in Sikkim. They have also shot in some of the busiest locations in Chennai.

Now, a Thirudan Police mobile app that lets user play lead

The makers of upcoming Tamil action-comedy Thirudan Police have launched a mobile application, which will allow the user to replace his or her face with that of the lead cast of the film. It has been launched in association with Mobi2Fun Mobile Entertainment Pvt Ltd.

First look of Pawan Kalyan's Gopala Gopala to be unveiled on Krishna Janmashtami

Directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasany, the Telugu remake of Hindi hit OMG: Oh My God features Daggubati Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan in the roles originally played by Paresh Rawal and Akshay Kumar, respectively.

Did Kadavul... for friendship's sake: Pooja Umashankar

Actor Pooja Umashankar, who will be seen in a cameo in the upcoming Tamil road movie Kadavul Paathi Mirugam Paathi, says she agreed to work in the film because of her long-term friendship with its director Raj Zacharias.

Bengali film Labour of Love to play at Venice sidebar

Labour of Love, made in Bengali and by the first-time Kolkata-based director Aditya Vikram Sengupta, will be among the 12 movies in 2014 competing for several awards, including that for first features and Venice Days' Jury Prize.

Happy being an actor than a heroine: Lakshmi Priyaa

"Out of the films I'm currently doing, I'm playing character roles in two of them. I'm doing them because I absolutely love the roles. I choose my characters based on the weightage of my role and not based on whether it's a lead or not." said Lakshmi.

Tribute to NTR: Rowdy Fellow to have remixed Bhale Tammudu song

A song from Senior Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao-starrer 1969 Telugu film Bhale Tammudu has been remixed and used in upcoming Telugu actioner Rowdy Fellow. The original song was crooned by Mohammed Rafi.

Megastar Chiranjeevi to feature in Telugu KBC

The show called Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu and hosted by actor Nagarjuna will see the Telugu megastar on the hot seat. It will be aired on August 3, 2014. The show appears on Maa TV and has seen many celebs as guests. Chiranjeevi is expected to announce his 150th film on the show.

Romantic no more, Arya in a new avatar in Meegaamann

Arya, known for doing romantic comedies in films like Raja Rani, will be seen a new avatar in his upcoming Tamil action-thriller, Meegaamann. The film's director Magizh says audience will see 'a more subtle and manly' Arya.

Pawan Kalyan to play Krishna in Telugu remake of Oh My God

Actor Pawan Kalyan, who plays Lord Krishna in the Telugu remake of OMG: Oh My God titled Gopala Gopala, will be seen only for 25 minutes in the film. He will reprise Akshay Kumar's role from the original, and actor Daggubati Venkatesh will step into the shoes of Paresh Rawal.

Yamaleela 2 team has Europe on mind for songs, important scenes

The team of upcoming Telugu fantasy film Yamaleela 2 will soon be heading to some exotic locations in Europe such as Switzerland, Slovenia, Milan and Italy to shoot important portions of the film.

Harshvardhan Rane, Avantika Mishra break into dhoti dance to promote Maaya

Harshavardhan and his co-stars Avantika Mishra and Sushma Raj danced to the song Pokiri Raja Eelavesinadey. Directed by Neelakanta, Maaya is about extrasensory perception.

Ernakulam court asks Drishyam director not to go ahead with Tamil remake

The court order followed a petition by Satheesh Paul, who said that Drishyam was based on his work, Oru Mazhakkalath. He said he held the entitlements under the Copyright Act, including those relating to translations and remakes.

Why Prakash Raj can't stop admiring newcomer Srinivas

Actor-filmmaker Prakash Raj is floored by the dedication of actor Bellamkonda Srinivas, who is making his acting debut with forthcoming Telugu actioner Alludu Seenu. Prakash says he never behaved like a newcomer on sets.
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