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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Sep 2014

Regional

Soundarya Rajinikanth to joins Eros International

"In her dual role, Soundarya will be spearheading Eros Digital across all the new media platforms including ErosNow, it's on demand entertainment portal and lend her creative expertise to the company's filmed content," a release said.

First look: Lingaa promises all the trappings of Rajinikanth potboiler

The ‘anna’ of all superstars is back! The first poster of Rajinikanth's Lingaa is out and so is the verdict. In torn jeans, open jacket, dark glasses, Rajinikanth in and as Lingaa looks cut out for a role tailormade for his superstar status.

Rabhasa producer, Manchu Entertainment rep booked for wrongful restraint

A case of wrongful restraint has been booked against Tollywood producer Bellamkonda Suresh and representative of Manchu Entertainment, N Naidu after they filed complaints against each other, police said on August 28.

Aadhi Pinisetty in Venkatadri Express Tamil remake

Actor Aadhi Pinisetty, who is awaiting the release of Tamil thriller Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka, will next be seen in the Tamil remake of Telugu blockbuster Venkatadri Express. The remake is yet untitled.

Movie review: Dharmendra-starrer Double Di Trouble is a laugh riot

William Shakespeare's play The Comedy of Errors forms the base of Double Di Trouble. Directed by Smeep Kang, this Punjabi film features Dharmendra and Gippy Grewal in the lead roles.

English Vinglish actor Adil Hussain makes Tamil debut with Yatchan

Actor Adil Hussain, popular for his role in Ishqiya and English Vinglish, will make his Tamil debut with upcoming actioner Yatchan. He describes his role as an 'interesting challenge'. Vishnuvardhan is directing Yatchan.

Feel embarrassed when people compliment me for my looks: Dharmendra

The secret to his good looks, Dharmendra says, healthy lifestyle and being content. He is all set to try his luck in Punjabi film Double Di Trouble and says if he gets good scripts in regional cinema, he is open to doing them.

New talent like Fahadh and Dulquar slowly edging out ageing Malayalam superstars

With influx of youngsters like Fahadh Faasil and Dulquar Salman, growing popularity of Tamil films and the expansion of digital platforms, the heydays of the trio of Mammootty, Mohanlal and Suresh Gopi seem to be over.

Vikram is embodiment of commitment: Ravichandran

Ace producer Aascar Ravichandran says he is in awe of actor Vikram's commitment in upcoming Tamil action-thriller Ai, for which the latter has spent over two years shooting without ever complaining about the time invested. The film is gearing up for a Diwali release.

Jaatishwar in race for India's Oscar entry

After bagging four National Awards this year, Bengali film Jaatishwar is set to compete with eight other films for India's official entry at the Oscars. The Srijit Mukherji-directed film, with Bengali superstar Prosenjit Chatterjee in the lead, clinched awards for make-up, music, singer and costume at the 61st edition of the coveted honours.

Irumbu... will show Atharva as an adrenaline-pumping biker: Director

Audiences will see the best of Atharva Murali in the forthcoming Tamil drama Irumbu Kuthirai, says its director Yuvaraj Bose. He also assured that the film will deliver an adrenaline pumping experience.

After Amara Kaaviyam, Arya and Jeeva to work again

"Arya will produce my next film as well. It will be a project with a heavy subject and far different from my previous films," said Shankar. The film is likely to feature Arya or his brother Sathya in the lead role.

Kathai... broke stereotypes of storytelling: Parthiban

"For years, audiences have got used to a mundane style of storytelling. So, when I finally made a film that broke all stereotypes attached with storytelling, it was widely appreciated. This only means audiences are open to new kind of cinema," said Parthiban.

Make Vizag new film hub: AP government to Telugu film industry

The AP government urged the Telugu film industry to make Viskhapatnam a centre for cinema making. The industry representatives on their part asked government to offer incentives to filmmakers as were extended when industry shifted from Madras to Hyderabad.

Uttama Villain to hit the theatres before Vishwaroopam 2

"There's a lot of graphics work involved in Vishwaroopam 2, hence the delay. It will only release after Uttama Villain, which should be out very soon," said a source close to Kamal Haasan.
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