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Kajal Agarwal in Thuppakki | Thuppakki Stills | Kajal Thuppakki Wallpapers | Thuppaki Movie Pictures

Posted by surfingall on November 19, 2012


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Kajal Agarwal Latest Wallpapers | Sexy Actress Kajal Agarwal Stills

Posted by surfingall on February 11, 2012


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Maniratnam’s “Villain” Movie Release today

Posted by surfingall on June 18, 2010


Much waited day of the year comes today. Maniratnam’s awaited movie ‘Villain’ (Raavan in Hindi and Raavanan in Tamil) is hitting the screens today after creating much sensational promotion among the people all over the world.

The Tamil version Raavanan would be released in 220 prints in Tami Nadu and 125 prints are being released overseas. The Hindi version will have 500 prints across the country, in addition to 305 for overseas while the Telugu version will have 125 prints in India and 25 overseas. All together Villain is releasing in 1280 prints in three versions all over the world. The censor board has certified with clean ‘U’. Madras Talkies and Reliance Big Pictures have acquired the rights of the film.

The star cast of the Telugu and Tamil version includes Vikram, Aishwarya Rai, Karthik and Prithivi Raj while the Hindi version includes Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and Vikram. AR Rahman’s music has already hits the market and created much sensational promotion on the film also.

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Kutty Pisasu

Posted by surfingall on May 8, 2010


Director: Rama Narayanan
Star-casts:
Nasser,
Music composition:
Deva
Cinematography:
K.Selvaraj
Graphics:
Silver Line

At first the film is worth mentioning that Tamil cinema hasn’t made any apt films especially for children. Of course, there have been few children based films that had some elements which in no way was apt for the kids.

We can hats off to the producer come filmmaker Rama Narayanan. He comes up with a film for kids. The film has a simple story and has an average screenplay. But, this is the movie you can watch just for time pass.

If your kid has grown watching the Hollywood kids based movies and are play station users, they have got nothing to do with this. The film ‘Kutty Pisasu’ comes to the story as a car getting transformed into a Robot which is a greatest inspiration from Hollywood movie ‘Transformers’.

The full story is about a happy family (Ramji, Sangeetha and their daughter Keerthika). No worries have ever haunted them until their daughter goes by phenomenal activities. Later, they discover that their child is haunted by Sangeetha’s best friend Kaveri’s ghost. At that time, the car turning into a huge robot and it shocks the entire town. It’s exposed as ghost of Kaveri’s brother (Ganja Karuppu).

The second half breaks open a mystery behind the death of Kaveri and her brother and what’re are their ghosts about to do with. Baby Keerthika has done a great performance as she seems to have rehearsed a lot to stand before lens. Her dancing, acting is well and emotions are extraordinarily to every sequence. Ramji and Sangeetha have nothing to do more with their minimal portions. Ganja Karuppu gets more footage in this movie. Riyaz Khan as a baddie sleepwalks through the role. Delhi Ganesh and Manobala add to the humor quotients.

The graphics have been done well compare with previous movies and Tamil industry getting improvement in graphics. The musical part could’ve been better.

If you decided to watch this film, forget all your logical abilities and walk straight into the theatres, take your drinks, munch your popcorns, sit back, relax and enjoy the whole movie.

Better watch it with your kids. They will enjoy more than you.
Rating: 3/5

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Maathi Yosi

Posted by surfingall on May 4, 2010


“Maathi Yosi” means “think differently”. Hence, one expects something new in the film. Director Nandha Periyasamy’s second directorial venture after “Oru Kalluriyin Kathai” (2005) does have something new in the form of backdrop, but it doesn’t have anything new in the narrative.

Set in the backdrop of a Dalit colony, film portrays prevailing caste equation well. Four adolescent youths from a Dalit colony are full of mischief and looking for opportunities to pester others. They kill a lizard, a rabbit and rob a van passing through the village. Soon they become the targets of police for various crimes and ruptures.

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Mun Dhinam Paartheney

Posted by surfingall on May 4, 2010


One should admit both the film and filming comes as a pleasant surprise. When big films starring big stars can’t guarantee success, it is not so easy to make a film that makes one sit up and take keen interest in the proceedings on the screen.The attempt of debutant director Magizh Thirumaeni, a Gautam Vasudev Menon protege, to narrate a love story between two typical upper middle-class youths in an almost realistic manner is commendable. The story and the treatment come as fresh air in the cliche ridden Tamil film industry.

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Drohi

Posted by surfingall on May 3, 2010


Apparently the failure of RASIKKUM SEEMANE has not affected Srikanth much, as he puts in double effort in the upcoming film ‘Drohi’ where he plays a slum dweller. The film is directed by Sudha, once an associate of Mani Ratnam.

With his recent releases falling flat at the box-office, Srikanth is pinning all hope on his upcoming projects. Well Srikanth has reasons too to be wary as his ambitious film ‘Rasikkum Seemane’ was a turkey. The film had him in the role of a grey-shaded character named Nandu who was a blackmailer.

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Bayam Ariyan

Posted by surfingall on May 3, 2010


Director:  Pirtheesh

Cast: Kishore, Udayathara, Magesh Raja, Devkripa, Ponnambulam, Saranya

This is clearly a film with a message which has been brought on screen several times before. Violence begets violence. Those who live by the sword shall die by it. We’re sure you get the drift! The angle here is how bad cops can exploit jobless youth enticing them into a life of crime which ultimately leads to a one way ticket to hell.

In brief, the story is about a cop Mithran ( Kishore) who makes money on the side by hiring jobless youth in the area. Vinoth ( Magesh Kumar) is one such young man who along with his cronies indulges in criminal activities like extortion and rowdyism to fill the coffers of the bad cop Mithran.

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