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HindustanTimes Thu,31 Jul 2014

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Highway mirrors shades of life: Koel Mallick

Sharing screen space with buddy Parambrata Chatterjee for the second time after the dark, broody Hemlock Society, actor Koel Mallick says their upcoming flick Highway is a road film where relationships make and break on the journey trail.

I don't play over-the-top villain in Kaththi: Neil Nitin Mukesh

Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh, who plays the antagonist in upcoming Tamil actioner Kaththi, says audiences won't see him as an over-the-top villain in the film, but as someone who is bad by nature.

My friends shouldn't be blamed for my divorce: Manju Warrier

Actor Manju Warrier, who has decided to end her 16 years of marriage with popular film star Dileep, says her friends shouldn't' be blamed for the separation. The actress took to Facebook on Tuesday to clear up things and posted a message in Malayalam.

Sridevi is not part of Drishyam Tamil remake

Jeetu Joseph, the director of the hit Malayalam film Drishyam, has announced that Sridevi won't be part of the yet-entitled Tamil remake of the film. "For now, only Kamal Haasan is part of the project, and Asha Sharath from the original version will join us," said Jeetu, who is also helming the Tamil  project.

Every highway traveller has his own story: Parambrata

IFFI-winner Apur Panchali actor Parambrata Chatterjee has said that his upcoming flick Highway, with Koel Mallick, bears no resemblance with the Imtiaz Ali-directed blockbuster. "The film is a road movie where the highway comes as a metaphor," he says.

Pavan’s next along the lines of Ninne Pelladutha

Telugu romantic-drama Prem Ishq Kadhal fame Pavan Sadhineni is ready with his next directorial in the language titled Zindagi, which will be made along the lines of Akkineni Nagarjuna's Ninne Pelladutha.

Pandiya Naadu villain Harish Uthaman set for Telugu debut

Model-turned-actor Harish Uthaman, who rose to fame with his villainous role in last year's Tamil blockbuster Pandiya Naadu, is making his Telugu debut with upcoming actioner Power. He will also be seen in Gopichand's yet-untitled next Telugu film.

Sai Kumar plans a Kannada film with father, son

Southern actor Sai Kumar Pudipeddi will likely team up with his father PG Sharma and son Aadi Pudipeddi for a yet-untitled Kannada action entertainer along the lines of recent Telugu blockbuster Manam.

Watch out for Sandra Amy-Emraan Hashmi lip-lock in new film

Tamil TV and film actor Sandra Amy has landed a plum role in yet-untitled Emraan Hashmi's next Bollywood outing with director Anthony D'Souza. Sandra will be seen playing a Tamil girlfriend to Emraan in the film.

Kolaveri Di star Dhanush turns 31, celebrates Vella Illa Pattathari success with family, friends

Dhanush, who has been shooting for R Balakrishnan's Shamitabh, flew down from Mumbai to Chennai to spend time with his parents. His wife threw him a surprise birthday party on Sunday night with his family and close friends from the industry in attendance.

Film on Park Street rape case cleared for screening

The Bengali film directed by Partha Mukherjee and produced by Debjani Roy was 'banned' from being screened by the regional office of Central Board of Film Certification on grounds that Kolkata's Raj-era Park Street was shown in 'poor light'.

Shruti Haasan great dancer, Aagadu director Sreenu Vaitla in awe of her

Shruti Haasan has sung an item number for upcoming Telugu actioner Aagadu and she will be seen grooving to it as well. The film's director Sreenu Vaitla says her dancing and singing skills are class apart.

Dhanush's Vella Illa Pattathari reigns supreme at the box office

Action-drama Vella Illa Pattathari, which is Dhanush's 25th film, has raked in a whopping Rs. 19.08 crore in its opening week in Tamil Nadu, becoming the year's first Tamil language blockbuster. It was made on a budget of Rs. 5 crore (approx).

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.

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