According to a reliable source, director 'Siruthai' Siva who is busy finalizing the cast and crew for his next starring Thala Ajith has zeroed in on one of the most influential character, the villain. Thala 56, tentatively titled as 'Acchamillai' has reached the final stages of pre-production as Siva has finally chosen a powerful villain after locking the locations required for the flick. The villain is none other than Kabir Duhan Singh, a model turned actor. After making a smashing debut in the Telugu movie Jil, Kabir has suddenly become the most sought after antagonist within the South Indian film fraternity. Though being a newcomer to Kollywood, the Mumbai based model is brimming with confidence after bagging some prestigious projects down south. The stylish looking villain is currently working in a Telugu movie, Kick 2 and in a big banner Kannada movie. Impressed with his confidence and performance Siva has decided to cast him alongside Ajith, says a report. It is also said that … [Read more...] about CONFIRMED: A Powerful Villain For Ajith In Thala 56!
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Among those also making the cut this year: 'Gaslight,' 'Zoot Suit,' 'Real Women Have Curves,' 'Before Stonewall' and 'Platoon.' Purple Rain, Amadeus, She's Gotta Have It and Clerks — this year's biggest public vote-getter — plus seven films directed by women, including Boys Don't Cry, are among the latest cinematic treasures chosen for the Library of Congress' National Film Registry, it was announced Wednesday. The list of 25 films picked to be preserved for future generations also includes Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) and Gaslight (1944), like Boys Don't Cry starrer Hilary Swank featuring an Oscar-winning best actress performance (by Sissy Spacek and Ingrid Bergman, respectively), and another timeless classic with a great leading lady, Sleeping Beauty (1959). Four feature documentaries made it — Madeline Anderson's I Am Somebody (1970), Martin Scorsese's The Last … [Read more...] about ‘Purple Rain,’ ‘Amadeus,’ ‘Boys Don’t Cry,’ ‘Clerks’ Enter National Film Registry
Sri Lakshmi Super Good Films is dubbing the Telugu hit flick Drona in Tamil with the title Enaka Mani Unaka which has Priyamani, Nithin, Seetha, Mukesh Rishi, Babu Anthony and Rakhi Sawant in the cast. The film is directed by Karuna Kumar.The film revolves around the hero who is indicted for robbing Nizam"s jewellery. The cops as well as the villains are after him. He is back after 10 years with a different identity. But his girl friend Priyamani who comes to know the fact helps him out. Both of them somehow trace the Nizam"s jewels and restore it. National award winner Priyamani has done a dare-bare bikini act in this flick. She was reportedly skeptical about the skin show in that teeny-weeny piece, but later agreed and told the director not to release pictures until the movie hits the theatres. … [Read more...] about Drona to become Enaka Mani Unaka
Onstage, they were the personification of unity – even family. The four men dressed the same –in leather motorcycle jackets, weathered jeans, sneakers – had the same dark hair color, shared the same last name. They seemed to think the same thoughts and breathe the same energy. They often didn’t stop between songs, not even as bassist Dee Dee Ramone barked out the mad “1-2-3- 4” time signature that dictated the tempo for their next number. Guitarist Johnny Ramone and drummer Tommy Ramone would slam into breakneck unison with a power that could make audience members lean back, as if they’d been slammed in the chest. Johnny and Dee Dee played with legs astride, looking unconquerable. Between them stood lead singer Joey Ramone – gangly, with dark glasses and a hair mess that fell over his eyes, protecting him from a world that had too often been unkind – proclaiming the band’s hilarious, disturbing tales of misplacement and … [Read more...] about The Curse of the Ramones
When I met Gregg Allman, he seemed like a ghost on guard. It was 1990, in Miami. The Allman Brothers Band had recently reunited for a second time. In the early Seventies, they single-handedly invented Southern rock, but their hallmark was live shows that mixed bedrock aggression and high-flown invention in ways no other group did. Their first breakup, in 1976, had been ugly; a reunion a few years later hadn’t taken. But here they were, nearly a decade later, improbably kicking off a new phase of a career that time and tragedy had not been able to kill off. That day in Miami, the band was easygoing and talkative when we met at producer Tom Dowd’s studio – but not Gregg. He wasn’t unfriendly; he just seemed dazed, wary. He had rarely been an eager interview subject since the band first became popular in 1971, and the death that same year of his older brother, Duane – one of the most brilliant guitarists in history – had left him stunned and heartsick. … [Read more...] about Gregg Allman: The Wild Times, Lost Years and Rebirth of a Southern-Rock Legend