Taapsee Pannu's Bollywood debut in the remake of classic Chashme Baddoor went unnoticed but her small power-packed role in Baby has got her instant recognition. She is already a star down south.
Actor Tamannaah Bhatia could replace Shruti Haasan as the lead female actor in the yet-untitled Tamil-Telugu bilingual being produced by PVP Cinema. The film also stars Karthi and Akkineni Nagarjuna.
A case of cheating was registered against actress Shruti Haasan for allegedly reneging on the contractual obligations and pulling out of an upcoming bilingual film.
Model-turned-actor and reality TV star Upen Patel has been approached by filmmaker AR Murugadoss for a Tamil film.
If you thought the age of the highwayman was a thing of the past, think again. Better still, ask popular Telugu writer Kona Venkat and producer DVV Danayya. The duo was robbed at knifepoint in Hyderabad when they were returning home from a party late at night.
Artistes from Tamil cinema bagged as many as eight awards at the 62nd National Film Awards. And guess who was happy with their wins? Well, of course superstar Suriya.
SS Rajamouli's magnum opus Baahubali will now have a new song and a new face! Actor Nora Fatehi has been roped in for a special song to feature in the Prabhas and Rana Daggubati starrer.
Actor Shruti Haasan finds herself in a legal wrangle with Picturehouse Media, a leading media and entertainment house, initiating legal proceedings against actor.
Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan says he has had to face so many controversies over the years that he feels that trouble follows him and will continue for the remainder of his career.
Playing a non glamorous protagonist is nothing new for Dhanush. If in Aadukalam he played a rooster fighter, audience will soon see him play a railway pantry worker in a yet-untitled next Tamil film, to be directed by Prabhu Solomon.
Talking about his ambitious new film Uttama Villain, actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan says the film is the story of an actor, not a 'satire on the film industry'.
While some Bollywood actors like Sushmita Sen and Mughda Godse are set to debut in regional films, a few others are making their comeback in the space.
Actor Bobby Simhaa, who just won the National Award in the best supporting actor category for his work in Tamil gangster drama Jigarthanda, says he considers this win to be an incentive to keep doing good work.
Many films win awards at all major festivals, but rarely get any screen space. Tamil films Kaakkaa Muttai and Kutram Kadithal, that won awards at the national awards yesterday, are classic examples.
Little Uthara's win for her playback song at the National Awards reintroduces and reaffirms in a way the lost magic of melody in Indian film songs, particularly in Tamil cinema.