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Madhavan and Simran reunite for 'The Nambi Effect'

KollywoodThe two actors have last worked together for the 2002 Mani Ratnam film ‘Kannathil Muthamittal’.Digital NativeSimran, whose latest release in Tamil was Petta opposite superstar Rajinikanth will star opposite Madhavan in his upcoming film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. The film, based on the life of former Isro scientist Nambi Narayanan from Kerala, is written, produced and directed by Madhavan. He would also play Nambi in the film. Simran plays the female lead in the film which is shot simultaneously in Hindi, Tamil and English. The crew is currently camped in the Us for shooting. Madhavan took to social media to share a bunch of pictures from the set. He revealed that Simran has been roped in to play Mrs Nambi Narayanan in the film. The actor wrote, "15 years later. Thiru and Indira turn into Mr. & Mrs. Nambi Narayanan. #rocketryfilm @ActorMadhavan #actormaddy #rocketrythenambieffect #15yearslater (sic).” The duo has earlier worked together
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Breaking: Kannathil Muthamittal, Boys, Ghajini camera man’s next!

Amala Paul’s next film will be directed by Deepu Ramanujam who is based in the Us. It is said to be a heroine oriented subject and is being made targeting award functions.

The buzz about this film is that, ace cinematographer Ravi K Chandran who is known for various movies including Boys, Kannathil Muthamittal, 7 Aum Arivu, Ghajini(Hindi) and Ok Jaanu to name a few, will be handling the camera. It is said that the shoot of the film will begin by January 2018.

Breaking: Kannathil Muthamittal, Boys, Ghajini camera man’s next!

Amala Paul’s next film will be directed by Deepu Ramanujam who is based in the Us. It is said to be a heroine oriented subject and is being made targeting award functions.

The buzz about this film is that, ace cinematographer Ravi K Chandran who is known for various movies including Boys, Kannathil Muthamittal, 7 Aum Arivu, Ghajini(Hindi) and Ok Jaanu to name a few, will be handling the camera. It is said that the shoot of the film will begin by January 2018.
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Ar Rahman to celebrate 25 Years in music with the “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” concert in London

Here’s some exciting news! Academy Award (Oscar) two-time winner and five-time nominee, Grammy two-time winner, BAFTA, and Golden Globe winner, the legendary Ar Rahman, returns to the Sse Arena Wembley on Saturday 8th July 2017 after seven years with the “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” concert.“Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” will chronicle Ar Rahman’s musical journey from past to present to future celebrating 25 years of creating his incredible music.

Discussing the forthcoming UK show, Ar Rahman says, “From Roja to Rockstar, Kaatru Veliyidai and more, it has been an incredible musical journey over these last 25 years. I’ve been immensely blessed to have the love and support of my fans, music lovers, friends and well-wishers. It continues to inspire and motivate me. Come, join me on the 8th of July at Wembley, London! Accompanying me is an amazingly talented and energetic team of singers and musicians.”

Popularly known as the man who has redefined contemporary Indian music,
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Exclusive: ''My first ever film with Rajini sir''

After the title look of Rajinikanth's Kaala had released this morning, we woke up to the surprise of learning that National Award-winning editor Sreekar Prasad, has been signed to work on the cuts of this film to be directed by Pa Ranjith. Sreekar Prasad has previously laid the scissors on quality films such as Aayutha Ezhuthu, Thuppakki, Kaththi, Kannathil Muthamittal, and many others.

We caught up with the veteran editor to learn more about his first association with Superstar Rajini, and he was nothing less than excited about this venture. He said, ''Excited to be part of Kaala,...
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''God please go play with someone else'', Chinmayi breaks down

Singer Chinmayi Sripada, who is currently touring in the United States of America, has apparently been robbed off. This came as a shock when the Kannathil Muthamittal singer posted this news on her social blogging page.

She made a series of tweets, "So... I got robbed. Parked Car got vandalised in the USofA. Til - leave nothing in the car. I was standing right by the smashed glass and It took me 5 minutes to realize things were missing. The police here in Sfo were really kind and told me break ins were common. I hope I get the...
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''Mani Ratnam asked her to be a heroine for two films, but she refused''

Parthiban’s Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga is releasing tomorrow, the 14th January and in an exclusive conversation with behindwoods, the director/actor tells about his daughter Keerthana and her ambitions. Keerthana was seen in Mani Ratnam’s Kannathil Muthamittal many years ago and right now she is working as his Ad in Kaatru Veliyidai.

Parthiban says, “Whenever I ask Keerthana about Kaatru Veliyidai, she just gives a smile to me. I am also eager to know about the film but she has become like Mani Ratnam answering me with a smile. In fact, Mani sir had asked her to work as a heroine...
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Ben Affleck Hits Red Carpet With Lipstick Kiss Mark on His Cheek!

Ben Affleck Hits Red Carpet With Lipstick Kiss Mark on His Cheek!
Ben Affleck does have a pretty kissable face. So, it wasn't exactly surprising that Jennifer Garner's hubby had a red lipstick stain on his cheek at the Runner Runner premiere in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Sept .18. Just whose lips are to blame for making Mr. Affleck's face just slightly less than picture perfect? Well, we can't definitely say, but his costar Gemma Arteron was wearing a similar hue of red lipstick! Not to worry, though, Affleck family fans! A peck on the cheek is a friendly, harmless greeting—completely innocuous! And while Jennifer wasn't by her man's side last night, it wasn't because things are less than perfect in her and Ben's relationship....
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Rahman my godfather: Chinmayi Sripada

Mumbai, Aug 15: Singer Chinmayi Sripada is thankful to legendary composer, singer and song-writer A.R. Rahman for getting her big break in the the southern film industry and calls him her mentor. Now her goal is to make it big in Bollywood.

"Of course, Rahman sir is my godfather. He gave me my first break at the age of 15. I sung a song for him in 'Kannathil Muthamittal' and won many awards for that song. Since then I have been singing for him including 'Raanjhanaa'," Chinmayi told Ians.

"In south, I have been doing really well. Now I want to make a mark in Hindi as well. I would say even Vishal (Dadlani) sir has been my.
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'Britain's Got Talent' live semi-final 1: Live Blog

Will David Walliams finally kiss Simon Cowell? How many times can Amanda Holden cry in one week? Why isn't there a dancing dog on the bill? There are lots of questions hanging over this week's Britain's Got Talent Live Semi-Finals and hopefully we'll get some answers over the next six days.

The first semi-final this evening features the usual smattering of singers, dancers, oddballs and Wtf-are-they-doing acts, and as always Ant & Dec are challenged with holding the whole thing together while a circus of tears and tantrums surrounds them.

> Got Talent semi-final 1: Watch the acts

22:01Well, that's all folks. One show down. Four more to go. Same time, same place tomorrow. We'll be here. Hopefully for laughs and a little bit more talent.

22:00Just time for Richard and Adam to come back on stage and thank their fans. They claim that they've been working hard on their act for years.
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After 11 years veteran Vishwanathan croons for 'Neelam'

Chennai, Feb 8: Veteran southern music composer M.S. Vishwanathan, popularly known as Msv, has crooned a song after 11 years for upcoming Tamil drama "Neelam" and the film's director is ecstatic.

His last song was "Vidai Kodu Engal Naadae" for 2002 Tamil film "Kannathil Muthamittal".

"It's an unforgettable moment in my life. I would treasure this moment for years since working with a legend like Msv sir is like a dream come true," director G. Venkatesh Kumar told Ians.

"The song is called 'Alayae o Alayae' and it was recorded recently in the supervision of music composer Satish Chakravarthy", he added.

The film, based.
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The Pajiba Academy Award Telecast Quiz and Contest -- Win a Date with C. Rob!

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Greetings, all! I've put together what I hope you will find to be a fun quiz. We're doing this the low-tech way. Leave your answers in the comments section, and I'll score them. (If a ludicrous number of people participate, I request that you be extremely patient.)

What's the prize? Your choice between an Oscar-winning DVD (title to be determined) or -- should you be in the La area anytime in the near future -- my treating you to one of the guided tours of the Kodak Theatre, home of the Oscars. (As many times as I've gone past Hollywood and Highland since living in Los Angeles, it would give me an excuse finally to check it out.) Of course, the real prize in these parts is bragging rights, isn't it?

If you have inside knowledge of the Oscar ceremony you are ineligible to compete, unless your name is James Franco or Anne Hathaway,
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Personal agenda Siddharth

Personal agenda   Siddharth
Siddharth first started acting with his college theatre group in Delhi. In 2002, he got a chance to assist director Mani Ratnam with his Tamil blockbuster, Kannathil Muthamittal. He also acted and did playback singing for some Tamil and Telugu films, till he made his mark in Bollywood in the critically-acclaimed Rang De Basanti. Now, after his first solo lead in the just-released Hindi film, Striker, he is gearing up for two Telugu films, one a fantasy adventure and the other a comedy. What would you do if Superman paid you a visit?I would ask him who gave ...
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Mani Ratnam hospitalized

The highly respected and renowned film director Mani Ratnam, was admitted in a hospital on Tuesday night after he complained of breathing problems and discomfort in his chest. The film director is currently recuperating and would be allowed to resume work after resting for a couple of days. Nikhil Murugan, Mani's spokesman, said "Doctors said there was nothing to panic and the director is healthy." The director, who introduced Oscar-winning musician A. R. Rahman in Roja, had survived a heart attack in 2004, while he was filming the multi-starrer, bi-lingual Yuva. Mani Ratnam who has made blockbusters like Dil Se, Roja and Kannathil Muthamittal, is currently involved in a project, tentatively titled Ravan, which stars the National award winner Vikram along with Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and others. We, at Bollywood Hungama, sincerely pray for a speedy recovery of this ace director.
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Mani Ratnam hospitalized

The highly respected and renowned film director Mani Ratnam, was admitted in a hospital on Tuesday night after he complained of breathing problems and discomfort in his chest. The film director is currently recuperating and would be allowed to resume work after resting for a couple of days. Nikhil Murugan, Mani's spokesman, said "Doctors said there was nothing to panic and the director is healthy." The director, who introduced Oscar-winning musician A. R. Rahman in Roja, had survived a heart attack in 2004, while he was filming the multi-starrer, bi-lingual Yuva. Mani Ratnam who has made blockbusters like Dil Se, Roja and Kannathil Muthamittal, is currently involved in a project, tentatively titled Ravan, which stars the National award winner Vikram along with Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and others. We, at Bollywood Hungama, sincerely pray for a speedy recovery of this ace director.
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