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Dhanush to team up with Nagarjuna for next project?

Entertainment The actor narrated a one-liner to Nagarjuna a few months ago and received a go ahead to develop the full script, sources say.Digital NativeDhanush and Nagarjuna will be teaming up for a multi-starrer, say sources in tinsel town. A National Award winning actor Dhanush narrated a one-liner to Nagarjuna a few months ago, and received positive signals to go ahead with the development of the full script, according to sources. Following this, Dhanush is preparing the script and sources say that he will be donning the director’s robes as well. Though this film is touted to be a multi-starrer, it is not clear if Dhanush would go on to share the screen space with Nag or limit himself to directing the movie. Incidentally, Dhanush made his directorial debut with Pa Pandi, which had Raj Kiran and Revathy in the lead and Dhanush himself in a cameo role. Getting a nod from Nag, Dhanush is preparing the final script and there is a buzz that this film will be bankrolled by the famous production house Sri Thenandal Films. The makers are planning the movie as a bilingual in Tamil and Telugu languages. It is being planned on a big scale and it will be really massive if Nagarjuna comes on board. Dhanush’s last film release was Velaiilla Pattadhari 2 which was a hit and he currently has a slew of films in his kitty including the Gautham Menon directorial Enai Noki Paayum Thota, Vettrimaran’s Vada Chennai, and Balaji Mohan’s Maari 2. He also has the Hollywood movie The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir, directed by Ken Scott. Nagarjuna, on the other hand, is busy with the Ram Gopal Varma directorial which has not been titled yet. The shooting of this film is underway and reports are that its title would be Sapadham. It may be mentioned here that there were reports of Dhanush approached the Tollywood megastar Chiranjeevi initially but he turned down the offer due to date issues following which the offer went to Nagarjuna. (Content provided by Digital Native)
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Beyond romance: 9 on-screen couples from Tamil cinema who gave us relationship goals

KollywoodWhile films like 'Alaipayuthey' or 'Vtv' are popular romance flicks, here's a look at some unconventional love stories we've seen. Sowmya RajendranWith Valentine's Day around the corner, it's a good time to look back at some of the on-screen couples in Tamil cinema who have stayed with us long after the film came to an end. While love is a popular theme in films and nearly every movie that hits the screens has a romance track, it isn't often that the script gives it more credence than a few duets in the snow. Films like Alaipayuthey, Ok Kanmani, and Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya are popular romance flicks which come to the mind immediately when someone mentions the genre. Here, we look at films which are not conventional romances but have nevertheless caught our eye because there's something different about the relationship and how it has been portrayed. Kabali and Kumudhavalli (Kabali) The 2016 Pa Ranjith film subverted many tropes that we've come to expect from Rajinikanth films, not in the least the treatment of women characters. While the film opened to mixed reviews, the relationship between Kabali (Rajinikanth) and his wife Kumudhavalli (Radhika Apte) warmed the audience. Though Kabali is told that the woman he loves so much might have been raped and may have been sold into a brothel, he's eager to find her. This is a marked departure from how rape and sex work have been viewed in mainstream cinema, as a loss of "honour" (perhaps with the exception of Mahanadhi). Further, Kumudhavalli is outspoken and even orders her husband around - which has thus far been a strict no-no in Rajini films. The song Mayanadhi, which marks their reunion is full of crackling chemistry between the two actors. Gandhi and Karmegha Kuzhali (Aandavan Kattalai) Directed by M Manikandan, this delightful black comedy was about a young man (Vijay Sethupathi) who desperately wants to go abroad. Listening to some ill advice, he fills in a random name - Karmegha Kuzhali - as 'spouse' in his passport. And thus, begin his travails. Ritika Singh, who plays Karmegha Kuzhali, a quick-tongued journalist, is among the few well-written heroines we've seen over the years. The unlikely couple get together over a mock court divorce and the romance is real and funny at the same time. Jyothi and Kani (Angaadi Theru) Vasanthabalan's film on a big store in T Nagar's busy Ranganathan Street and the exploitation that the workers there are subjected to, made for a gut-wrenching watch. Jyothi (Mahesh) and Kani (Anjali), as a young couple who work in the shop together, and stand up to the oppression within made for a memorable on-screen pairing. The song Aval appadi onrum azhagillai, which underscores love between ordinary people, remains one of Na Muthukumar's best lines. John and Regina (Raja Rani) Atlee's debut film has similarities to Mani Ratnam's Mouna Ragam and the Kannada film Milana but it was nevertheless refreshing to see a modern young couple deal with their past relationships within a marriage in a Tamil film. John (Arya) and Regina (Nayanthara) get married against their wishes. The two of them abuse each other and behave atrociously until later when they come to understand each other's past. There haven't been too many Tamil films which have looked at moving on and letting go of old love, so it was interesting to watch this premise unfold on screen. Selvam and Agal (Thiruttu Payale 2) This Susi Ganeshan film was about a woman (Amala Paul) who is trapped by a pervert (Prasanna) on Facebook who manages to procure her nude videos. Bobby Simha plays her husband, Selvam, who also happens to be a cop. The husband-wife relationship in the film was interesting because Selvam doesn't go down the usual victim blaming route or speak of his wife's 'honour'. He remains focused on getting her out of the situation and plans a happy future with her. Paandi and Poonthendral (Pa Paandi) This Dhanush directorial was an unusual story of a stunt master who goes in search of his old girlfriend. Played by Raj Kiran and Revathy, the aged pair shared a beautiful chemistry on screen. Elderly people are usually shown as "sacrificing" and hardly thinking about themselves, but Paandi and Poonthendral look to rekindle their old romance and carve out a new life for themselves. The relationship had its share of emotions but remained light and fun to watch.  Aishwarya and Murugan (Kaadhal) This film by Balaji Shaktivel is indeed about love, as the title suggests, but it isn't the candyfloss romance that we can watch happily while munching popcorn. Delving into the dark subject of 'honour' killings, the film was about a young inter-caste couple Murugan (Bharath) and Aishwarya (Sandhya) who defy society to elope. Based on a true life story, the film doesn't stop with the elopement but also shows their struggle to stay together and survive. The film ends with Aishwarya and her husband taking care of Murugan, who has lost his mind thanks to the torture Aishwarya's family had subjected him to. A hard to watch film, Kaadhal depicted an unsavoury reality that we don't see often on screen without flinching. Anbuchelvan and Maya (Kaaka Kaaka) Gautham Menon has since tried to repeat the chemistry between this film's pair in subsequent cop films but they've never lived up to what Suriya and Jyothika could do together. Suriya's understated performance as Anbuchelvan, an upright police officer who is uncomfortable in the presence of a woman he's attracted to, is among his best to date. Jyothika, who was known for her "bubbly" roles, played Maya, a teacher who expresses her feelings freely to the cop. Though their romance is short-lived, it was among the reasons why the film went on to become a big hit. Kathiravan and Yazhini (Kadhalum Kadandhu Pogum) An official remake of My Dear Desperado, this Tamil film by Nalan Kumarasamy was about a thug called Kathiravan (Vijay Sethupathi) and his neighbour Yazhini (Madonna Sebastian). The couple, who start off on the wrong foot, end up liking each other through a series of events. From getting drunk together to fighting and expressing their feelings to each other, the film had many sequences that made it an enjoyable adaptation.
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Shruti Hariharan roped in to play pivotal role in 'Ambi Ning Vayassaytho'

SandalwoodThe film is the remake of the Tamil smash hit film 'Pa Paandi', which had Raj Kiran and Revathi in the lead roles.Digital NativeDigital NativeIt has been confirmed that Shruti Hariharan has been roped in to play a pivotal role in Ambi Ning Vayassaytho and according to reports she will be seen as the younger version of veteran actor Suhasini Mani Ratnam. The lady would be joining the sets of the film in a couple of weeks and would be shooting with the team for a fortnight. This schedule will also have Kiccha Sudeep joining the team as he plays the younger version of Ambareesh. Ambi Ning Vayassaytho is the remake of the Tamil smash hit film Pa Paandi, which had Raj Kiran and Revathi in the lead roles with the National Award winning actor Dhanush making a cameo appearance. Incidentally, Dhanush had made his directorial debut with Pa Paandi apart from playing the younger version of Raj Kiran. Produced jointly by Kiccha Sudeep under his banner Kiccha Creations and Jack Manju under the Ksk Showreel Productions banner, Ambi Ning Vayassaytho has veteran actor Ambareesh in the lead role and he will be reprising the character done by Raj Kiran in the original. The film is directed by Gurudatta Ganiga and the technical crew includes Arjun Janya for music and Jebin Jacob for cinematography while Kiran will be taking charge at the editing table. Sudeep had penned the screenplay for the film. Expectations on Ambi Ning Vayassaytho are too high as it is a comeback venture for Ambareesh as he plays the lead role after a couple of years. His last film release was in 2016 with the Puneeth Rajkumar starrer Doddmane Hudga. Besides Ambi Ning Vayassaytho, Ambareesh also has Kurukshetra in his kitty in which he plays Bhishma. The film is in the final stages of making and is likely to hit the silver screens next month. (Content provided by Digital Native)
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After 'Maari 2', Dhanush to direct another project slated to roll in Aug 2018

EntertainmentAccording to reliable sources, he will make an intense drama with a pre-independence connect as his next directorial. Digital NativeDigital NativeAmong the notable directorial debuts in Tamil cinema this year, Dhanush deserves to be in the top five spots as he won hearts with a heartwarming story of the self-exploration of a 60-year-old in Power Paandi. The film featured Raj Kiran in the titular role apart from Prasanna and Revathy in pivotal roles. Upon release, the film was very well received by critics and audiences alike and did reasonably well at the box-office too. There were also rumours that a sequel is being planned and Dhanush even confirmed it in some of his interviews. While most expected the sequel will be made next year, Dhanush has other plans as he will return to direction soon after wrapping up Maari 2. According to reliable sources, he will make an intense drama with a pre-independence connect as his next directorial, to be bankrolled by Sri Thenandal Studios. It is slated to roll in August 2018. Dhanush is getting ready to commence work on Maari 2, which was supposed to materialise much earlier but due to Dhanush’s multiple commitments, including his directorial project Power Paandi, the film had to be pushed. In the film, Dhanush played a dhoti-clad, moustache twirling local rowdy and he will return in the same getup for the sequel, which will be bankrolled by Wunderbar Films. Malayalam actor Tovino Thomas, who has worked in films such as Oru Mexican Aparatha and Godha and recently in Dhanush’s maiden Malayalam production Tharanga, has been roped in to play the baddie in the film, which will be made as a bilingual in Tamil and Telugu. The principal shooting is expected to start from early next year. Dhanush is currently shooting for Vetrimaaran’s Vada Chennai, and going by some leaked stills from the film’s shoot, he’s seen sporting a thick beard for his portion. The film chronicles three decades in the life of a gangster, played by Dhanush, from North Madras. The project, which will be made as a trilogy, marks Dhanush’s third collaboration with Vetrimaaran after Pollathavan and Aadukalam.
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The underdogs who made it: Interesting Tamil films of 2017

KollywoodWhile the year saw many star vehicles, there were quite a few unusual films that went on to win big.Sowmya Rajendran2017 is drawing to an end, and this is a year that has seen some unusual films coming out of Kollywood. While big star vehicles like Singam 3, Bairavaa, VIP2, Mersal and Vivegam released with much fanfare, smaller films also came into the limelight and won critical acclaim. This was also an important year for films with women actors in lead roles. Not only did some of them do well commercially, they also led to much discussion on gender and women's rights. This list has films which won critical acclaim but also includes those that initiated worthwhile conversations and debates. Some of these films may be problematic but they have pushed the envelope in some way, pulled away from convention to give us something new on screen. 8 Thottakal: Directed by Sri Ganesh, the film was released at the same time as Mani Ratnam's Kaatru Veliyidai. However, the thriller with its ensemble cast and tight plot managed to do well at the box office. Ms Bhaskar's performance especially came in for appreciation. The revelations in the plot work well and the film maintains suspense throughout. Aramm: Gopi Nainar's film about a District Collector who is faced with a difficult task – rescuing a small child who falls into a borewell – had Nayanthara playing the lead role. The film, set in Kattur, asked relevant questions about the rural-urban divide and was devoid of the usual trappings of mainstream cinema. Aruvi: This film, directed by Arun Prabhu, is about a young woman who has AIDS. Apart from its strong storytelling, the film celebrates values that are usually associated with the feminine – of compassion and forgiveness – through an unusual protagonist. Aval: This horror film, directed by Milind Rau, wasn't really original when it came to plot but it had impressive VFX and sound. It also marked a return to the pure horror genre in Tamil cinema, which has for long been making horror-comedies. Kurangu Bommai: With an interesting non-linear plot, this film directed by Nithilan Swaminathan is about an honest driver who finds himself in a smuggling web. With great performances, especially from Bharathiraja, the film opened to critical acclaim. Lens: Shot on a shoestring budget, this film by Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan is a brave attempt to look at the issue of cyber crime. The director, who also plays the lead role, paints a vivid picture of a middle class man obsessed with pornography and cyber sex. The film is not without its flaws, but makes for an engrossing watch nevertheless. Maanagaram: Lokesh Kanagaraj's film is about a bunch of characters with no names (unlike a village where everyone knows everyone, anonymity is the norm in big cities). The film explores life in a big city and how people react and respond when they're thrown in a spot of trouble. The gripping screenplay made sure that the film became a hit despite having no big names in the cast. Magalir Mattum: Jyothika teamed up with veteran actors Urvashi, Banu Priya, and Saranya in this film about four women who go on a road trip. Directed by Bramma, the film evoked mixed responses from the audience – while some questioned the idea of women's empowerment that the film carries, many enjoyed the relevant questions that the characters ask through the film. The film also did well at the box-offiice. Oru Kidayin Karunai Manu: Directed by Suresh Sangaiah, this film is about a goat that's on its way to be sacrificed at a temple. But then, the vehicle with the goat and the people who are taking it, meets with an accident. Now what to do about the 'corpse' they have at hand? Funny and insightful, Oru Kidayin Karunai Manu is an unusual film. Pa Paandi: Although Dhanush, the director, makes a cameo, the film belongs to Raj Kiran, who plays a retired stunt master. A rare film about an elderly person discovering their dreams and following their heart. Revathi makes a delightful appearance, too. Rangoon: Rajkumar Periasamy's crime drama with Gautham Karthik in the lead role was a smart, well-executed film about gold smuggling. A good part of the film is set in Rangoon and the plot has enough twists and turns to keep the viewer engaged to the end. Taramani: Ram's film about a single mother who works in the corporate sector drew mixed responses like Magalir Mattum. The posters and teasers of the film, which showed Andrea, the lead character, swearing and questioning the patriarchal world around her generated quite a bit of buzz. While many disagreed with the film for its idea of women's empowerment, it was also unique in celebrating a woman lead who went against the established traditions in Kollywood. Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru: Although it has its share of problematic representations, Theeran was a well-made cop film which went into the nitty-gritties of a police investigation. Directed by Vinoth, the film, which is based on real events, went on to become a blockbuster. Thiruttu Payale 2: Like Lens, this film was about the dangers of the digital world. A sequel to Susi Ganeshan's first film by the same title, the movie had interesting ideas – most notably, a husband who stands by his wife despite knowing another man is in possession of her nude videos. This was refreshingly different from the usual moral landscape in which such films tend to be located. Vikram-Vedha: Directed by Pushkar and Gayathri, this film about a cop and a criminal, was an interesting take on the Vikram-Vetal myth. Both Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathy turned in wonderful performances, making for a delectable thriller that explored the grey between the worlds of good and bad.
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Ek Paheli Leela and 11 Bollywood movies that glamorized punar janam

Some re-incarnation movies leave an impact, while some are downright flops. With Ek Paheli Leela releasing this weekend, we bring you 11 other movies which have either pleased our minds or made us crib for watching it. Take a look...

Om Shanti Om:

This Deepika Padukone's debut film is a story about the rebirth of a lover played by Shah Rukh Khan, who dies poor in one life and is a super-successful star in his next life. While he does not get his love in his previous life, a lady with the same face enters his life with desperateness to meet the superstar.

Karan Arjun:

This evergreen drama is always remembered for the epic dialogue 'Mere Karan Arjun aayenge'. Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan took punar janam on the wish of their mother played by Rakhee and also settled the old score with their killers.

Prem:
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Filmmaker B R Ishara passes away

Filmmaker B R Ishara passes away
This month seems to be a month of heavenly departures in Bollywood. First, it was the ever green Rajesh Khanna, and now its director-screenplay writer B.R. Ishara, who passed today morning, as he was suffering from tuberculosis and was undergoing treatment at Criti Care Hospital, Mumbai. Readers may recall that he had suffered a major paralytic attack during a Directors' Association meeting last year.

The late Ishara launched Parveen Babi and cricketer Salim Durrani in his film Charitra. Not just that, he is also known to be the man who gave breaks to today's heavyweights like Danny Denzongpa, Reena Roy, Shatrughan Sinha, Raj Kiran, Raza Murad… to name a few. He is survived by his former actress wife Rehana Sultan.

Amitabh Bachchan, who had worked with him in Ek Nazar, tweeted, "The well known writer director Br Ishara passed away early this morning. Brought in fresh style subject for films.
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town

Rishi to help Raj Kiran return to B-town
Rishi Kapoor, who traced his missing Karz co-star Raj Kiran to a mental asylum in the Us, now plans to help the actor make his Bollywood comeback. Kapoor located his colleague, who went missing in the Us a decade ago, in a mental institution in Atlanta. “I plan to visit the Us again to meet Kiran and urge him to come back. I will help re-establish him and I am sure he will get work,” said Kapoor. The search for the missing actor, who starred in critically acclaimed films like Arth and Kaagaz Ki Nao, began when his Hip Hip ...
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Rishi-Deepti trace Raj Kiran to Us asylum

In what reads like a dramatic Bollywood script, actor Rishi Kapoor and Deepti Naval finally found out their missing B-Town co-actor Raj Kiran in an asylum in United States.The entire search process commenced with a social networking site campaign of Deepti Naval who had acted with the actor in the film Hip Hip Hurray. Raj Kiran was missing almost for a decade till he was traced to USA by Rishi Kapoor who joined the quest of searching out the actor and it was during his visi
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Bollywood comes together to support Raj Kiran

Bollywood comes together to support Raj Kiran
Bollywood is stunned to know that the veteran actor Raj Kiran is alive and spending days in a mental asylum in Atlanta. The film fraternities have come forward to help Raj Kiran and bring him back to India. His best buddies Rishi Kapoor and Deepti Naval traced the actor. Rishi on his recent visit to the Us enquired about the actor and Deepti Naval through Facebook tried to know the whereabouts of the actor. Not only film stars but politicians also expressed their concern for the yesteryears actor. Sushma Swaraj tweeted, 'It is a matter of great satisfaction that actor Raj Kiran has been traced after 10 long years. Unfortunately, ...
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Raj Kiran in mental asylum, Bollywood extends support

The news of one of Bollywood.s most talented actors Raj Kiran being in a mental asylum in the Us has left the film fraternity shocked. From Shah Rukh Khan to Raj Kiran.s co-stars Deepti Naval and Rish Kapoor, everyone said they will come together to help the actor. .I don.t know the details.but of course we will come together as an industry to help his family and him. These are tough times, and it.s not just about economical or monetary help. It actually means to stand by a great talent.and he is still an amazing talent, I.m sure,. Shah Rukh Khan told reporters here Wednesday. .And Inshallah, he will be cured of whatever ailment he has. It.s really sad.and I can say on behalf of the industry that we will all stand by Mr. Raj Kiran. I was really stunned when I heard this.
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