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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Lust entertainer In tamil cinema

Sona plays a housewife lusting after one of her younger relatives in 'Pathu Pathu'. The film is gearing up for release soon. The actress who is getting very popular now is said to be very choosy before signing on dotted lines.

Says Sona, 'I accepted the role of a woman having an extramarital affair with a boy younger than her because the story is quite good. Suspense elements play a huge role in the film. Moreover, due importance has been given to my role'.

However she adds that she would be careful before accepting such roles in future.

Stating that she has managed to bag a handful of films after 'Pathu Pathu' and 'Kuselan', Sona said she wanted to be recognized as a talented actress, who could do any kind of role.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Robinho to leave Madrid

"I have nothing against my current team, to whom I'm very grateful, but at this point my goal is to leave here and I hope that everything will be resolved as soon as possible."- these are the words said by Robinho at a press meet. This clearly indicates he is inclined to leave to Madrid.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Gossips about London dreams

The film is yet to be shot but its rights including the worldwide music, theatrical and video rights have been sold for an astounding sum of Rs. 120 crores. This Bollywood film, London Dreams, which is expected to commence in September has been lapped up even before its commencement owing to the cent percent success rate of its director  Vipul Shah.Vipul’s production venture, the recently released Singh is Kingg is making waves in the film industry. His other blockbuster directorial ventures include Namaste London, Aankhein and Waqt. London Dreams will star Ajay Devgan and Salman Khan in the lead roles.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Official press release of Marmayogi

Since there has been a lot of unsubstantiated speculation about Kamal Haasan’s forthcoming magnum opus, Pyramid Saimira and Rajkamal have decided to release an official press note concerning the film’s progress.

A letter signed by Kamal has been sent to the media, stating that there has been inaccurate reporting on Marma Yogi (Kamal prefers to spell the movie title this way in the letter), especially concerning who will produce it. Kamal points out that reporters have been saying that it will be produced only by Rajkamal International – and this is false, writes the star. What is true is that it will be produced jointly by the Pyramid Saimira Group and Rajkamal.

Kamal further goes on to add:

It is to be a tri-lingual, with Hindi, Telugu and Tamil version. There is a good possibility even of an English version. Since this is a high cost production, Pyramid wishes not to talk budget issues yet.

Marmagoyi is based on Kamal’s script and story, and of course, he is the star. What is exceptional here is that he will direct Marmayogi.

It will be produced by Saimira International Ltd and Rajkamal International Ltd.

An agreement has been signed by both parties, and production is on at a frantic pace. It will showcase state of the art quality cinema both, technically and cinematically. And will project Indian cinema internationally in the best possible manner.

In a project of such mega size, key decisions are taken by lead artists, technicians and other key people jointly and great care and consideration is taken so no confusion arises.

Marma Yogi, a multimillion dollar magnum opus, will be launched very soon.

Asin is flying High

career being expanded up to Hollywood. She is currently busy with Gajini Hindi version and meanwhile received several offers from Hollywood. Among the offers she found suitable with London Dreams.

Now it is high time for her to fly to London and it is learned that she has committed for a 45 days schedule for the movie.

Even in Tamil she has been offered one with Vijay but she deferred that till her return from London. She had already paired with Vijay once in the past in the Prabhu Deva's flick 'Pokkiri'.

Asin also stands in the row of commercial Ad Stars as like Sneha, Priyamani,Sreya etc.

Recently she did Ad with Jackie Chan and expressed her happiness as doing so

Monday, August 18, 2008

Vikram As An Antihero

Vikram, in spite of his busy schedule, spoke to a behindwoods correspondent about his forthcoming project with Mani Ratnam. The actor is naturally thrilled at the prospect of working with one of the ace directors in the industry. Vikram said, "This is my first film with Mani Ratnam and I was thrilled to get an offer from him." Vikram also confirmed the news that had been doing rounds for quite some time now that he will be donning an anti hero role in the film. Vikram added, "I am looking forward to start working in this film as the director is known to bring out the best from actors." Well, that spells out Vikram's commitment to acting. Speaking about his Kanthaswamy, Vikram said that the film will have some exotic locales that would be a feast for the eyes. "The songs and stunt sequences have come out exceedingly well," the star disclosed.

I am staying - Benitez

In the wake of the ignominious Gareth Barry transfer saga, there have been rumblings that Liverpool’s owners have denied the Spaniard the requisite transfer funds for the deal.As such, it has been suggested that the coach and hierarchy are at loggerheads over the stand-off, and Benitez could be ready to quit the club.

Speaking after a weekend in which his club restored winning ways following last Wednseday’s disappointing 1-1 against Standard Liege, the Champions League winner distanced himself from an Anfield exit. He told the Liverpool Echo: "I don't read headlines on the day of the game, but my commitment is 100 per cent with the fans, with the players and with the club in general.

"I say 100 times my family is happy here - we want to win trophies at this club because it is a massive club."If we have problems because we are not doing things which, in my opinion as a manager we could do, I will work as hard as I can for the club."I do have some disappointment because we do not always have the same ideas but it doesn't matter because I will continue to fight.

"I know the people of Liverpool like to fight for what they believe in and I do too."