Tuesday, December 29, 2009


Hi Friends!! Its a happy news for the thala fans. Asal songs are going to be released on january 4th 2010. The movie is expected to be released on January 26th or february 5th. The date is not finalised yet. But the good news is that the songs are going to be released this january 4th. This is one of the happiest moments that the thala fans were waiting for, including me.

The actress in the film are sameere reddy and bhavana. Saran is the director of the film. Asal has created more expectations among the fans. The story of the film has not leaked yet. The film is expected to be a hit

Saturday, December 19, 2009


Sri Lanka squared the five-mach series 1-1 by winning the day-night game in Nagpur by three wickets with five balls remaining.Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been banned for two one-day international matches for his team's slow over rate in Friday's second ODI against Sri Lanka, the Indian cricket board said on Saturday. The match ended 45 minutes after scheduled time due to frequent discussions between the Indian players in the tight chase. "Dhoni has been given a sanction of a two-match man," Board of Control for Cricket in India secretary N. Srinivasan told Reuters. "I am yet to read the order."

The International Cricket Council is yet to make a formal announcement on the ban.Following the ban Dhoni will be unavailable for the third and fourth matches in Cuttack on Monday and in Kolkata on Thursday. The final match will be played in Delhi on Dec 27. The Indian team for the remaining three matches will be announced later on Saturday. As the Vice captain Yuvraj Singh is also injured, Virender Sehwag is likely to capatain the side for the next two matches. Dinesh Karthik, the wicket Keeper Batsman is likely to replace Dhoni for the next two matches. Dhoni's abscence will be a great drawback for the Indian side.

Friday, December 18, 2009


Vettaikaran- Vettai Aarambichiduchu doi!!! Vijay plays the role of an auVijay-and-Anushka-in-Vettaikaran1to driver in the movie. His role reminds us of superstar Rajinikanth, who played the role of an auto driver in the hit Baasha. Actress Anuskha, Arundhati fame, plays the role of a medical college student. Vettaikaran’s story is based in unwanted elements that needs to be removed from the society and the country. Who other than Vijay can fit in such a role? One by one he removes all those unwanted elements. Meanwhile he falls in love with Anushka, who comes from a middle class family. Both share a great chemistry, whether it’s fighting or romancing. Initially both fight every now and then, but finally they fall in love. Expectations are high and people are hoping that Illayathalapathy’ Vijay lives up to their expectations.The movie is directed by Babu Sivan and produced by M.Balasubramaniam, B.Gurunath Meiyappan. Vijay Anthony has taken care of the music for the movie.

flow of d movie with awesome editing, vijay has tried acting after longtime, hero doesnt show off with many punch dialogues and dats y d mass kept in fight sequences worked well with silent vijay turning into fire !……i would rate babu sivan a step above heroine anushka….this guy has worked really hard, to make vijay win atlast !….director has given of all wat he can deliver as a debutant….the best part is, chemistry between director, hero and other artists in the movie has worked well ….. song sequences were kept in the best moments , such dat screenplay doesnt gets disturbed ….music director is another positive for dis movie…..
IMO….when babu sivan’s name was displayed, der was a BGM thalapathy thalapathy, dat was awesome work by vijay antony…


No Negatives.

I watched this movie yesterday in atheatre near my locality. Wat a rush!!. Surely Vettaikaran will be a hit. Vijay Rocks!!!

Thursday, December 10, 2009



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Monday, December 7, 2009


The story is about a 13-year-old kid Auro who is suffering from a rare genetic disease Progeria, due to which the diseased would age 4-5 times faster than normal. Auro is a very intelligent kid who befriends an MP, Amol Atre, only to know later that Amol is his father. Vidya, Auro's mother is not ready to accept Amol in her life. Will Auro change Vidya's mind? Will Auro get his Paa? Find out in a theatre near you and don’t forget to take your entire family along.Abhishek Bachchan as Amol Matre is in full form, he gives a heartening performance after Guru. Vidya Balan is a revelation; her performance can very well be described as the life of the movie. She makes even the simple scenes extremely special with just her eyes. Arundati Naag and Paresh Rawal are brilliant in the role they are bestowed with. And now comes the time to talk about Auro. When you think all the heights have been already achieved by the Shehenshah of Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan comes up with a blinder of a performance which will be talked upon and be taken as a benchmark for any performance to come henceforth from Bollywood or otherwise. Christien Tinsley and Domini Til's make up of Amitabh is sensational. Not even once do we think it is Amitabh who is inside all the layers of make-up but a real child is playing the role. Overall, it’s a movie for everyone who wants to smile, who wants to cry and who wants to get entertained. An honest movie straight from the heart with a heart. Enjoy the Auro magic in the theaters and seeing it in a pirated version will be a sin committed to one of the greatest performer world has ever seen.

Saturday, December 5, 2009


Except for a few known faces including a cameo by Prakash Raj, the movie largely has debutants in the lead with Jayvanth playing the lead. The story is big enough to be scribbled in a post-it note. The protagonist earns the ire of a gangster after crossing roads with him but merits the love of his daughter. He goes on to make a movie with the help of his daughter but when it was ready for release, the enraged father pulls out all the stops to prevent it from screening.
But in the process, he ends up with blood in his hand. Repenting for his act and seeking peace, he goes back to the slum and starts serving the poor who he earlier treated like slaves. Dramatic indeed. The movie heaves its way through the total duration with no specific drive in the plot. The screenplay is ridden with loopholes and the strictly so-so performances do nothing to improve the proceedings. Kanja Karuppu’s comedy induces yawn than laughter.
Your surprise of spotting Ilayaraja’s name in the opening credits remains just that, a surprise. Neither the songs nor the background score has any Ilayaraja stamp on it, surprisingly. And if that’s not enough, there’s another surprise in the name of Karthik Raja, he’s the cinematographer of the movie.The name Mathiya Chennai might evoke a sense of revulsion but the movie is not about repulsive gangsters or gang wars. It’s a rather plain story of love and loss that treads the same old path of love, vengeance, guilt and other dramatic emotions.

Saturday, November 28, 2009


First, the theme itself makes the film worth more than just a look. Set in Wayanad (the northern part of Kerala) in the late 18th century, the movie traces the path of Pazhassi Raja (Mammootty) who showed the courage to defy the powerful colonial forces that were threatening to take over his motherland. While kingdoms around him were making hurried alliances with the foreign forces to avoid war, and bending to every wish and whim and rule laid down by them, Pazhassi Raja felt it unacceptable that people who were allowed into the country for trade should begin to dictate terms. His defiance obviously doesn’t go down too well with the forces and a clash is inevitable. The colonial forces, armed with guns and cannons expect to overrun the sword and spear-wielding army of the Raja. The Raja does suffer losses, and is eventually forced to seek refuge in the thick jungles of north Kerala about which the British don’t have a clue. But, this is not before the very core of the British forces has been shaken by the valiant resistance that was put up, when they were expecting a meek surrender in an unevenly matched battle. In the jungle, with his faithful followers consisting of his trusted lieutenant Edachena Kunkan (Sarath Kumar), Pazhassi Raja gathers his forces for a powerful retaliation. He finds willing and able allies in the Tribals, led by Thalakkathu Chanthu (Manoj K Jayan), who know the jungles like no one else does. They devise a hitherto untried plan to counter the firepower of the British, guerilla warfare. In the thick cover of the jungle, the plan is perfect as the foreign forces don’t have a clue about who is hitting them and from where. It looks as if bow and arrow might ultimately get the better of the gun. But, treason lurks and it turns the course of events. But, the fight is not over yet.

The Raja’s men shall not drop arms until none of them stands. That is what Pazhassi Raja is all about, a tale of martyrdom. Everyone in the cast has given their heart to the role. It is not always that an actor gets such an opportunity. Mammootty lives the role of Pazhassi Raja. Majestic and commanding, one of his best performances. The points when he has to try hard to summon courage and resilience Music by Ilayaraja carries the Maestro mark as usual. Resool Pookutty contributes with a fine effort, sounds come alive.Pazhassi Raja is a film that reminds us of the price at which freedom came. It is one great effort and definitely needs to be received with an open mind.

Friday, November 27, 2009


India won the test match today by an innings and144 runs against Srilanka. India records its 100 th test match win. Also India now moves to no:1 spot in world test cricket. India achieved their biggest victory against Sri Lanka and in the process clinched their 100th Test win on the fourth day of the second Test in Kanpur. India's previous best against their neighbors was a victory by an innings and 119 runs in 1994 and they bettered that record with ease today. Thilan Samaraweera hit an assured fifty to provide some resistance but it was always going to be just a matter of time before India wrapped up the game.The only question at the start of the day was how long Sri Lanka will delay the inevitable and though they looked to be positive, adding 149 runs in the first session, India kept picking up wickets at regular intervals. Samaraweera was involved in two fighting partnerships with Prasanna Jayawardene and Ajantha Mendis, which not only proved that the pitch wasn't bad but also showed the top order in poor light.
Samaraweera proceeded to stitch together a 61-run partnership with Prasanna who, much like in the first innings, flattered to deceive. He was looking good with his cuts and sweeps but was cleaned up by a fine off break from round the stumps from Harbhajan Singh. It drifted away and broke back in but Prasanna left a big bat-pad gap and was bowled. Muttiah Muralitharan indulged himself with a typical hit-and-giggle knock filled with slog sweeps but fell, going for yet another big hit.
Samaraweera, who then added 73 runs with a determined Ajantha Mendis to frustrate India, was rarely troubled during his stay, the highlight of which was a whippy on-drive to a delivery on off and middle stump line from Sreesanth. He has had a stellar 2009 and he played yet another pleasing knock. He rarely looked hurried, tackled the spinners and seamers well and unfurled many pleasing on drives. The caravan now moves to Mumbai for the third Test that starts on December 2.

Monday, November 23, 2009


Illaya Thalapathy's Vettaiakaran on dec 18th is a treat for all his fans. The wait is finally over for all vijay fans and the good news is that Vettaikaran will be roaring soon in the screens. Sun Pictures who has acquired Vettaikaran movie rights, has now confirmed that the film will hit screens during Christmas on December 18. Vettaikaran which has Vijay as well as Anushka in the direct function as well as presented by Sun Pictures will punch the screens on 18th December. Babu Shivan has bound for this achievement leaning film. M Balasubramaniam as well as Gurunath have produced this motion representation underneath the standard A V M Productions. The legend is on the subject of the hero who hunts the anti social fundamentals. The accomplishment sequences in this motion picture will be a large amount vocal because of its modernization. Behind elongated time Salim Ghouse has donned the villain function in this movie. This motion picture has been awarded a U/ A Certificate by the Censor Board.

Sunday, November 8, 2009


Rains are getting severe in TamilNadu because of two low pressures in the Bay Bengal. In chennai more than 17 cm of rain has been recorded. Even in the South rains are severe for the past two days.Many low lying areas are flooded and the people have been moved to safer places. TamilNadu Government has declared leave for schools tomorrow . Schools in nilgiris, theni, karaikal have been declared leave tomorrow by the TamilNadu Government. The Pondicherry Government also has declared leave for all schools tomorrow in pondicherry

Friday, November 6, 2009


This time the company has come up with a half fairing version of the Yamaha FZ16, which has been christened Yamaha Fazer. Yamaha Motors India has launched the 2009 model of V-Max in Indian market. V-Max is priced at Rs. 20,00,000.Yamaha also launched 3 limited edition variants of FZ Series. Yamaha India has attacked the 150cc bike segment once again with the launch of another variant of FZ16 after the success of FZ-S. Fazer is powered by the same 153cc engine which powers the FZ16 & FZ-S, though i expected a new engine as the weight of Fazer is more than its siblings due to the front fairing. Power output is more or less the same. The air cooled, 4 stroke, SOHC engine which generates maximum power of 14 Bhp at 7500 rpm with maximum torque of 14 Nm at 6000 rpm. The 153cc engine of this bike is designed for the urban commute. The broad tyres, low center of gravity and high torque at low rpm makes it a breeze to drive in city traffic. 

The bike has a more relaxed seating posture thanks to a little lifted handlebar which prevents fatigue and aids to the comfort for the backbone making it more comfortable for highway riding. The bike also carries the mid-ship muffler of the FZ series which concentrates weight close to the center of gravity for enhancing the control of the bike on high speed cruising. Paint job is top notch and the fit and finish exuberates typical Yamaha quality.The bike comes loaded with India’s fattest and grippiest rear MRF radial tyre (140/60-17) mated with a 100/80-17 for the front for acute cornering and solid grip on any type of tarmac.The bike is also loaded with a 7 step adjustable Monocross suspension of the FZ series which aids to the stability of the bike in a huge way and makes the bike a potent and stable performer. Yamaha has done away with the two tone seat cover for the Fazer. The bike now sports a carbon pattern all black seating skin and the seating is cushioned adequately to give one of the better and comfortable long rides.

Monday, November 2, 2009


Film Name –> “Vishwaroobam”
Director –> “K.S.Ravikumar”
Music Director–> “A.R.Rehmann”
Productions–> “A.V.M”
Special Aspect–> “6 Different Roles Played by THALA”
Landmark–> “Ajith’s 50th film”
Heroine–> “Bollywood Actress Deepika Padukone”
Main Character–>”Blind Man”
These are the information i got by searching through the net..i guess these information might true..

Friday, October 30, 2009


After Asin, Trisha and Priyamani, Nayantara, one more South Indian queen, is set to enter Bollywood. It is heard that choreographer-actor-director Prabhu Deva plans to make a Hindi film with Nayan in the lead. Prabhu Deva is currently directing his first Hindi film, the Salman Khan starrer Wanted: Dead or Alive (Hindi remake of his Tamil blockbuster Pokkiri), and is getting many offers in Hindi even before its release. The proposed Hindi film directed by Prabhu Deva and with Nayan in the lead will reportedly go on floors once Prabhu Deva completes the Salman starrer and director Thangar Bachan's Kalavadia Pozhudhugal, in which he is the hero. Prabhu Deva is said to be dating Nayantara and it was even alleged that they tied the knot at Tirupathi recently. But the duo vehemently denied these rumours. Some sources in Kollywood also say Nayan recently took Prabhu Deva to Dubai to introduce him to her brother.

Nayantara and Prabhu Deva sitting together at the South Scope Style awards function in Hyderabad naturally drew the attention of mediapersons. When Nayan attended the recent All India Workers' Federation gala function at Chennai, she reportedly stayed in a three star hotel to avoid a confrontation with Prabhu Deva's wife Ramlath who was frantically looking for her in five hotels. In a freewheeling chat Nayantara had with the anchor of a leading satellite channel on Diwali Day, she is now more open about their relationship. Even Prabhu Deva reportedly said that even a child knows the relevance of the tattoo on Nayantara's left hand. Nayantara has entered Sandalwood with less roles in Tamil; she has reportedly put a few interesting Telugu offers also on hold. Prabhu Deva's stock is rising and he is most-wanted after the success of Wanted. Nayantara is currently on holiday in her favourite destination, Dubai. Will Prabhu follow her to Dubai? Only he and the celestial Prabhu knows! 

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Remaking cult classics isn’t really a bad idea, but what made the original Jaganmohini tick was its imaginative plot premise and the visual effects, done with very modest technical advancements available during the seventies. Jaganmohini is the remake of veteran Vittalacharya’s horror-comedy of the same name. The latest version that has Namitha in the quintessential-ghost-with-an-unrequited-love role, however, lacks the required finesse to hold your attention and with a choppy screenplay the movie ends up more comic than horror. That’s not to mention, we also have Vadivelu in the cast with less than desired results. The story, as we all know, feels like it’s taken straight out of the Amar Chitra Katha series. Namitha gets murdered for having fallen in love with a prince. Despite her death, she seeks the love of her life, the prince, Raja. However, the prince also has a suitable bride, Nila, within the family. To win Raja over, Namitha also must fight an evil sorcerer, Kota Srinivasa Rao, who sets out to capture the prince for his human-sacrifice that will bestow colossal powers upon him. That is Jaganmohini’s plot in a nutshell. There’s also the wicked prince from the neighboring state Riyaz Khan, his father Bala Singh and Vadivelu, who plays Namitha’s brother.

If not anything, the plot has immense scope to amuse kids, but falls short with only a few visual effect scenes promising to hold attention – like the one in which Namitha attacks the village after taking a water form. Namitha’s fans might enjoy her in a full-fledged role where she gets to rule the screen for the major part of the movie. With her enormous frame, she does a neat job of a ghost – no pun intended, of course. The climax would have suited the seventies, but since we have evolved so much over the past 30 something years, it looks and feels so preposterous. It’s even doubtful that your kid might like that kind of lame climax. The N. K. Vishwanathan directed Jaganmohini is neither spooky nor amusing. Even if you are a die-hard Namitha fan, don’t be surprised if you become incensed towards the end of the movie, for she’s all over it.