Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Thilakan strikes on Facebook

Thilakan is in popular social networking website Facebook! The account is created and managed by Thilakan fans in a bid to support their favourite actor who has been banned by AMMA and FEFKA. In its disclosure, the page says: This is not the official page of actor Thilakan and is not connected with him in any way. This is created by a core Thilakan fan and fellow fans are welcome. Envyists, narcissists, i.e. AMMA, FEFKA stay away. Only Thilakan-ists stay here.

Thilakan is back

After his expulsion from AMMA, veteran actor Thilakan has been maintaining a low profile for the last few months with only one movie Achan (directed by Ali Akbar) to his credit! But, it seems things are going to change a bit. According to sources, the actor has bagged the powerful role of a freedom fighter in a film to be directed by Vinayan. Notably, the whole controversy regarding Thilakan started with his participation in Yakshiyum Njanum by Vinayan, who has always had an axe to grind with AMMA. Though Thilakan had earlier acted as a freedom fighter in Gandhian, it is learnt that Vinayans new untitled film would be very different from Thilakans earlier role in Gandhian

Endhiran shifted to September

Superstar Rajinikanths much-awaited fantasy flick Endhiran (Robot), being directed by Shankar with Aishwarya Rai as the heroine, was expected to grace screens on September 3. But according to latest reports, the film has been postponed to September 24 because of last minute patchworks. �Endhiran has 1500 graphical shots � a record in Indian cinema. If a movie has heavy graphics works like this, obviously it would be delayed, a source commented. There are reports that the film will release in 2000 screens worldwide, the highest ever for a Tamil film. With a budget of Rs. 200 crores, Endhiran is also the costliest Tamil film ever made. After the release of Endhiran, Rajinikanth may take a break and then commence the works of his daughter Soundaryas animation film Sultan - The Warrior, which has been in the making for the last couple of years

Filmfare South 2010: Full list declared

The big night has the whos who of South Indian Cinema parading the red carpet with anticipation and expectations to watch who would bring the Black Lady home. And the suspense ended on 7th August 2010 at the star-studded ceremony where stars from Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada and Telugu films gathered for the big event. Sameera Reddy performed on the big stage with lots of excitement; Ganesh Venkatraman and Andrea were the MCs. Malayalam film Pazhassi Raja netted seven awards, Telugu film Magadheera walked home with six, and national award-winning Tamil film Kanchivaram won three.


Best Film: Nadodigal

Best Director: Priyadarshan

Best Actor: Prakashraj

Best Actress: Pooja

Best supporting actor: Jayaprakash

Best supporting actress: Shammu

Best Music: Harris Jayaraj

Best Singer (Male): Karthik

Best Singer (Female): Chinmayi

Best Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

Best Debut: Abinaya

Best Choreographer: Dinesh

Best Cinematographer: Thiru


Best Film: Pazhassi Raja

Best Director: Hariharan

Best Actor: Mammootty

Best Actress: Swetha Menon

Best supporting actor: Manoj K. Jayan

Best supporting actress: Padmapriya

Best Music: Vidyasagar

Best Singer (Male): K.J. Yesudas

Best Singer (Female): Chitra

Best Lyricist: O.N.V. Kurup

Lifetime Achivement award: K.P.A.C. Lalitha

Jury Award: Mohanlal


Best Film: Magadheera

Best Director: S.S. Rajamouli

Best Actor: Ram Charan Tej

Best Actress: Anushka Shetty

Best supporting actor: Sonu Sood

Best supporting actress: Ramya Krishna

Best Music: M.M. Keeravani

Best Singer (Male): Anuj Gurwara

Best Singer (Female): Priya Himesh

Best Lyricist: Sirivenela Seetha Rama Sastry

Best Debut: Nag Chaitanya

Best Choreographer: Prem Rakshit

Best Cinematographer: Senthil Kumar

Jury Award: Yuvanshankar Raja


Best Film: Maleyli Jotheyali

Best Director: Guruprasad

Best Actor: Ganesh

Best Actress: Radhika Pandit

Best supporting actor: Achuth Kumar

Best supporting actress: Tulasi Shivamani

Best Music: V. Harikrishna

Best Singer (Male): Chethan

Best Singer (Female): Shamitha Malnad

Best Lyricist: Jayanth Kaikini

Best Debut: Abinaya

Special Jury: Yagna Shetty, Srinagar Kitty

Lifetime achivement award: Ambareesh

\"Iam a diehard fan of Vijay\" : Namitha

Namitha is becoming a huge fan of Ilayathalapathy Vijay. And this probably explains why she was gung ho about flagging off a reality show on a television channel, whose winners get to have dinner with Vijay himself! Looking fabulous in a sea-green dress, the actress was in high spirits throughout and mingled freely with everyone present on the occasion. Well, given that Namithas already grooved to a sexy number Nee Marilyn Monroe cloninga... with Vijay in his Azhagiya Tamizh Magan, her enthusiasm to be associated with the actor is quite evident. Call it the karmic effect! Meanwhile, Nami�s busy shooting for Ilaignan, which happens to be Suresh Krissna�s 50th film. The film is based on a novel written by Kalaignar Karunanidhi