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Tamannaah Bhatia bags three major biggies down South

Tamannaah Bhatia bags three major biggies down South
Though she had two back to back Hindi releases in the form of Humshakals and Entertainment, she hadn't signed any new Hindi film. Hence, one wondered about her career plans ahead. However, Tamannaah Bhatia continues to be one busy girl. She is back in South shooting for as many as three films, which are in different stages of production, hence ensuring that she would be pretty much occupied for next 10-12 months at the least. One is a Telugu film Aagadu where she is opposite none other than superstar Mahesh Babu. Even bigger is her bilingual film (in Tamil and Telugu) Baahubali which is pitched as the biggest and the costliest film to be coming out of South. It is directed by S.S. Rajamouli whose Vikramarkudu and Maryada Ramanna were remade as Rowdy Rathore and Son of Sardaar while another blockbuster Magadheera is set to be made in Hindi too.
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Top Bollywood heroine for Rajamouli's Baahubali?

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Call it the Kochadaiiyaan effect but at least a couple of top Bollywood heroines are looking at heading south for a biggie. To be directed by S.S. Rajamouli of Eega [dubbed as Makhi], Magadheera, Maryada Ramanna and Vikramarkudu [remade as Rowdy Rathore] fame, the film in question - Baahubali - is being conceptualised as a Telugu-Hindi-Tamil trilingual.Just like Kochadaiiyaan where the makers (Rajinikanth's family) were sure that a Bollywood heroine would be front facing the
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Reflections 2012: Top Grossers 2012

  • Bollyspice
Namaste, Sas-re-kaal, A-salaam-al-e- kum and welcome to My Christmas/New year present to all you Bollywood fanatics. The 2012 countdown of the top grossing films. A year in which the total net amount earned by the top 10 films of the year is so far 1470 crores (compared to 2011′s 930 crores), and this is predicted to cross 1500 crores by the end of this year! 2012 is the year in which nine films made the top thirty films of highest grossing films of Indian cinema as well as seven films crossed the 100 crore mark in the domestic markets.

Now for the countdown. Bear in mind that this countdown is based on pure fact and figures. This is a countdown based on what you the viewer have voted for with your feet, as you the viewer have taken the time out from your lives to see these films in your droves. You may agree with some
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I want Rajamouli to watch our film - Ashwani Dhir

I want Rajamouli to watch our film - Ashwani Dhir
The Diwali hit Son Of Sardaar (Sos) is the official remake of Tamil super-director S Rajamouli's Maryada Ramanna. However the remake has deviated drastically from the original. Says the Sos director Ashwin Dhir "I'd love Rajamouli to watch our film and tell us what he thinks of the changes that we've made in the original. We've deviated considerably from Rajamouli's film. In Maryada Ramanna the lead is played by a famous comic actor of the South (Sunil). When Ajay Devgn took over the role, the comic element had to be seriously modified." Ashwin also reveals that Sos fell into his lap by default. "You see, Ajay and I were actually working on another film, a remake of a Hollywood film. I had already gone halfway with the scripting when we realized to our horror that we would be unable to get the remake rights of the original film. Our project fell apart.
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“Son Of Sardaar is a rollicking rumbustious wild and wacky action-comedy” – Subhash K Jha

  • Bollyspice
Starring Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt, Juhi Chawla, Tanuja, Mukul Dev, Vindoo Dara Singh

Directed by Ashwani Dhir

Every time Vindoo Dara Singh who plays a part of an extended patriarchal Punjabi parivaar in the Sikh heartland, opens his mouth to speak, he is shushed down by others saying, ‘Silencer lagaa’.

By God, at times you feel this loud, flamboyant, ostentatious yet – all right, admit it – sinfully engaging film should just pipe down. There is so much that’s noisy about this film. And we aren’t talking about Sandeep Chowta’s over-accented background score. Yet it’s never unpleasant noise.

Son Of Sardaar takes us straightaway into the core of a family feud in Punjab where Sanjay Dutt, playing a goofy oddball of a Punjabi patriarch as only he can, wants our affable Sardarji Ajay Devgn dead to fulfil an ancestral vendetta.

Let me warn you right away
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Son of Sardaar Movie Review

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This Diwali it’s double dhaka: Ajay Devgn’s Son of Sardar (Sos) versus Shah Rukh Khan’s Jab Tak Hai Jaan. Now, we are not comparing the two here, that is for you to do, we will simply let you know if it is worth selecting Sos as your Diwali movie choice. Directed by Ashwni Dhir (Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge), produced by Ajay Devgn and with music by Himesh Reshammiya, on the surface Sos is the film of the ‘masses’, whilst Jab Tak Hai Jaan looks to be the film of the ‘classes’. This one is a comedy potboiler, whilst the other is a romantic saga. This one is set in Punjab, whilst the other waltz’s through London. So with the comparison’s over, here is what we thought.

The story in a nutshell is Sardar Devgn travels home to Punjab from the UK, to lay claim to his ancestral land.
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Ajay Devgn to clash with Shahrukh Khan this Diwali

Ajay Devgn to clash with Shahrukh Khan this Diwali
Son of Sardaar starring our very own Ajay Devgan will be releasing on the same day as Jab Tak Hai Jaan. Apparently, the film is a remake of the Telugu movie, Maryada Ramanna and the Telugu movie is again a remake of the American silent movie Our Hospitality.The movie, Sos revolves around Ajay who is an innocent Sikh caught amidst the family conflict. It has loads of slapstick events that will not fail to make you laugh. Many speculated that either of the two films may change course and change the release date by postponing it. Till now all the fortunes were in favor of Shah Rukh Khan’s Jthj which stars the...
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Makkhi Movie Review

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Good things come to those who wait is the saying. Director S.S.Rajamouli has surely made us live that phrase with his latest offering Makkhi. After announcing the film, the director decided to let our imagination run wild when he explained the story was simple. A guy gets reborn to avenge his death and save his girlfriend from the high profile bad guy. A common story that not only Hindi cinema but the entire Indian Film Industry would have tried to depict at least once. But the killer appeal for the audience this time is our guy is reborn as the common house fly. Now are the pieces falling into a tiny sequence in your mind? Intrigue peaked? Trust me when I say this writer went berserk looking out for clippings, promos and the ultimate trailer before this movie (finally!!) released as a bilingual, shot simultaneously in Tamil – Naan Ee and Telugu – Eega.
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Ajay Devgn ready to do southern films with SS Rajamouli : Trade News

Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn’s connection with south filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli is not just limited to the upcoming Diwali Dhamaka Son Of Sardaar, which is a remake of Rajamouli`s Telugu film Maryada Ramanna, but the duo is also associated with each other for the film Makkhi. Ajay has lent his voice to the film Makkhi, the Hindi version of Rajamouli’s Telugu blockbuster Eega. Though Ajay was working on Son Of Sardaar, remake of Rajmouli’s film, the two never really met. But Read More...
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Ajay Devgn ready to do southern films with SS Rajamouli

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Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn's connection with south filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli is not just limited to the upcoming Diwali Dhamaka Son Of Sardaar, which is a remake of Rajamouli`s Telugu film Maryada Ramanna, but the duo is also associated with each other for the film Makkhi. Ajay has lent his voice to the film Makkhi, the Hindi version of Rajamouli's Telugu blockbuster Eega. Though Ajay was working on Son Of Sardaar, remake of Rajmouli's film, the two never really met. But
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Open to working in South Film Industry – Ajay Devgn

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Ajay Devgn, whose upcoming film Son Of Sardar is a remake of director S.S. Rajamouli’s Telugu film ‘Maryada Ramanna’, says he is open to acting in southern films, but feels language could be a barrier.

Asked if he would like to work with Rajamouli on a southern project in future, he said: “It’s just that I don’t know the language and it will take me a lot of time to. But if there is something fabulous then, why not.”Read More
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