HindustanTimes Sat,23 Aug 2014


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.

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, 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.

Sikandar will be Suriya's own Baasha: L Sridhar

"I can confidently say that Sikandar will be Suriya's own Baasha. It will do all that for Suriya what Baasha did to Rajinikanth. It's going to be a milestone film in his career. I'm proud to be taking this film to Telugu audiences," said Sridhar.

Why Anjaan might just be 'make or break' for Samantha Ruth Prabhu

Actor Samantha Ruth Prabhu has been termed 'jinxed' by Tamil cinema, despite success in Telugu films. Will Lingusamy's Anjaan, which opens tomorrow, wipe that word off Samantha's slate?

After seven years, Jyotika to act again in How Old Are You Tamil remake

Jyotika is all set to face the arc lights again with the Tamil remake of recent Malayalam hit How Old Are You. It will be produced by Suriya's home banner 2D Entertainment. It was Manju Warrier's comeback film.

Suriya has so much intensity in his eyes, he can act with them: Vidyut Jammwal

Vidyut Jammwal who will be seen next in Suriya-starrer Anjaan which is releasing this Friday, says that while Suriya talks with his eyes, Ajith is a charmer and Vijay can be quite funny.

Prakash Raj unhurt after bus rams into car, thanks fans for prayers

The actor, who was recently seen in Akshay Kumar's Entertainment, said that although he was 'shaken', he was fine. However, he was more 'terrified' to see the reaction of youngsters to the accident, he tweeted.

Punjabi film on Indira’s assassins to finally release on August 22

After months of stalling due to objections by the Censor Board, Kaum de Heere (Diamonds of the Community), a Punjabi movie on the assassination of the former prime minister Indira Gandhi, is set to release on August 22.

Suriya's Anjaan first south Indian film to release worldwide in digital

"Since no other big Tamil or Telugu film is releasing on Friday, Anjaan is expected to register record openings. The film's trailer and the pre-booking have already created enough buzz for audiences to throng to cinemas," said trade analyst Trinath.

Robin Williams brought dignity to male crying: Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan, whose Chachi 420 was based on Robin Williams Mrs. Doubtfire, mourns the death of the Oscar-winning star and also credits him for revolutionising the portrayal of men on the big screen.

Poshter Boyz pirated DVDs hit the market, Shreyas Talpade files complaint

Shreyas Talpade Monday filed a complaint to stop the sale of pirated DVDs of his latest Marathi production Poshter Boyz, which are selling like hot cakes. He asked his fans to inform him on Twitter or Facebook if they come across such DVDs, so that the police can take action.

Jigarthanda likely to have Bollywood remake

Tamil musical gangster film Jigarthanda, which has the critics as well as the audience raving, is likely to be remade in Hindi soon. The film's producer says Bollywood producers have expressed interest in the remake.

Manam star Chaitanya keen on Tamil debut

After Telugu cinema, Chaitanya is keen on entering Tamil industry but nothing interesting seems to have come his way. "I have been talking to a few directors and most of them are interested in doing bilinguals, so let's see how it pans out," said Chaitanya."
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