HindustanTimes Mon,20 Oct 2014


Tamil film Kutram Kadithal to be part of the Indian Panorama at IFFI this year

Upcoming Tamil thriller Kutram Kadithal has been selected for the Indian Panorama section of the 45th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) to be held in Goa next month. IFFI, a 10-day film festival, is scheduled to start on November 20.

Aadi junks romantic image, goes for a full-length action avatar

Actor Aadi Pudipeddi, who has so far been seen mostly in romantic roles, says he has donned his first full-length action avatar in the upcoming Telugu film Rough, for which he also had to rigorously work on his body.

Mahesh Babu, Srikant Addala to come together again

Superstar Mahesh Babu is likely to team up with director Srikant Addala for an as yet-untitled Telugu film next year. Mahesh and Srikant previously worked together in last year's Telugu blockbuster Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu.

Malayalam and Marathi feature films dominate Indian Panorama, IFFI

Twenty-six feature and 15 non-features have been chosen for the prestigious Indian Panorama, an integral part of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), to be held in Panaji from November 20.

Mohanlal mulling the idea of forming a music band

What's Mohanlal up to? This question has been doing the rounds ever since the superstar's latest post came up on his Facebook page. He has posted a photograph of himself in the company of few musicians, leading to rumours that the actor may be contemplating forming a music band.

Rajinikanth does a record of sorts, finishes Lingaa dubbing within 24 hours

Superstar Rajinikanth has dubbed for his upcoming Tamil film Lingaa at a lightning speed. He is said to have finished dubbing for it in less than 24 hours, much to the surprise of the film's crew.

Post Madras, Catherine Tresa to play journo in Kanithan

South Indian actor Catherine Tresa, who caught the eye of audiences in the recently released Madras, will play a journalist in another Tamil film, Santhosh's Kanithan. She will be paired opposite Atharva.

Hope Oka Laila Kosam surpasses Manam: Vijay K Konda

Vijay Kumar Konda says the film is a 'clean romantic family entertainer with oodles of comedy' and it stars Akkineni Naga Chaitanya and also features Pooja Hegde, Brahmanadam and Ali in important roles.

Suriya, Kajal donate for Hudhud-hit Andhra victims

Actor Suriya donated Rs. 50 lakh on behalf of his entire family, Vishal Krishna Reddy contributed Rs. 15 lakh for relief work, and actor Kajal Aggarwal announced a donation of Rs. 500,000.

Box office part and parcel of filmmaking: Catherine Deneuve

 The 70-year-old was in conversation with film critic Anupama Chopra and actor Deepika Padukone during a master-class at the ongoing MFF in Mumbai, when she was asked whether the numbers game ever takes a toll of quality films.

Tamil hit Yaamirukka Bayamey goes in for Kannada remake

Tamil blockbuster Yaamirukka Bayamey, a horror-comedy, is all set to remade in Kannada as Namo Bootha Athma. Actor Iswarya Menon has been roped as the female lead, but the rest of the cast is yet to be finalized.

Darling will outshine Prema Katha Chitram, says composer-turned-actor GV Prakash Kumar

Southern composer-turned-actor GV Prakash Kumar, who will next be seen in Tamil horror-comedy Darling, says the film will be far better than its Telugu original Prema Katha Chitram. Darling also features Nikki Galrani, Karunas and Bala Saravanan.

India not very far from becoming clean nation: Nagarjuna

Actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, who was recently nominated by Anil Ambani to be part of Clean India campaign, has thanked the latter for inviting him and said India will soon become a clean nation.

Tollywood gets socially conscious, donates Rs. 2.4 crore for the cyclone-hit

Top stars of Telugu film industry on Tuesday announced donations to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for the victims of cyclone Hudhud which battered Andhra Pradesh coast on Sunday. The big stars donating include Mahesh Babu, Pawan Kalyan, Allu Arjun among others.

Post the success of Aadama Jaichomada, Karunakaran bags Radha Mohan's next

After impressing audiences in a titular character in recent Tamil comedy Aadama Jaichomada, actor Karunakaran has bagged yet another lead role in filmmaker Radha Mohan's next Tamil project.
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