If the reports are to be believed, Kiccha Sudeep, the popular star of the Kannada film industry, is approached for the Prithviraj starrer. The grapevine suggests that the actor is highly impressed with the idea behind the untitled venture, and is keen to be a part of it. However, there is no official confirmation on this report yet. … [Read more...] about Prithviraj Sukumaran’s Virtual Production: Kiccha Sudeep To Make Malayalam Debut With The Project?
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Jayashree Ramaiah had come live on Facebook and requested for 'Mercy Killing'. In the video, the diva mentioned that she is not doing this for publicity and not expecting any financial help from Kiccha Sudeep who was the host of Bigg Boss Kannada 3. Jayashree admitted that she is in depression and expecting death as she is unable to battle the mental illness. The actress in the video confirmed that she is financially strong but depressed and has been going through a lot of personal issues. … [Read more...] about Kiccha Sudeep Saved Bigg Boss Kannada 3 Fame Jayashree Ramaiah From Dying By Suicide
Nikhil too took to his twitter account to present the poster along with the link to the motion poster of the film. Rider will have Kashmira Pardeshi as the female lead and is being jointly produced by Lahari Music and T-Series. It also stars Sampada Hulivana, Dattanna, Achyuth Kumar, Chikkanna and Shivraj KR Pete in supporting roles. … [Read more...] about Nikhil Kumaraswamy Starrer Sports-Based Film Gets Named As Rider, First Look Poster Released!
Apart from the villains, the trailer promises an action-packed James Bond adventure that also strikes an emotional chord. Another notable point is that Craig is not alone in performing action stunts in the trailer. The femme fatale character played by Ana de Armas, and Lashana Lynch's character who has replaced Bond as the new 007, both get plenty of scenes showcasing their fighting abilities. … [Read more...] about Rami Malek’s No Time to Die Villain Is Seeking Revenge in New James Bond Footage
Even so, Another Round succeeds in capturing some of the gleefully anarchic euphoria of being merrily drunk in the company of good friends. In this spirit, Vinterberg and his cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grovlen fill the canvas with bright summer colors, fuzzy lens flare and whirling hand-held camerawork. Playful use of on-screen text and archive montages of drunken world leaders reinforces this generally light, irreverent tone. Even the film's darkest plot twist, involving a death and funeral, is stylishly conveyed in a concise montage of wordless shots. Patriotic songs performed by the youthful support cast also serve as a recurring, uplifting motif. In his press notes, Vinterberg describes the film as “a tribute to life” and “reclaiming of the irrational wisdom that casts off all anxious common sense.” … [Read more...] about ‘Another Round’ (‘Druk’): Film Review | TIFF 2020