Monthly Archive:: January 2010

What stops Meena from being mom?

Professional ethics can do anything – make a person so esteemed in higher strata or sometimes spoil their personal lives. It looks like Meena has been wedged between two critical situations. The actress has been receiving more offers in tinsel …

Asal gets a clean U/A

Ajith Kumar’s Asal will now have a pre-poned release on February 5 as the producers have confirmed the new release dates. The members of Censor Board watched the film recently and have passed it with ‘U/A’ certificate for its ‘violence …

Ganja Karuppu weds Sangeetha

Tamil film industry’s leading comedy actor Ganja Karuppu entered nuptials with Sangeetha on Tuesday morning at Sivagangai. The marriage was held in a traditional way of both bride and groom visiting the temple of Lord Ganesha prior to the ceremony. …

Thamizh Padam – Tamil Movie Review

First of all, a big round of applause for the director for introducing a new genre in Tamil film industry. Holly wood had it since long with movies like Hot Shots Naked Gun or Scary Movie series and Tamil television …

Jaggubhai – Tamil Movie Review

Stories on father-daughter relationship are rarely made in Tamil cinema. Filmmaker K.S Ravikumar, who is known for commercial entertainers, has tried his hands at a touchy tale, however quite typical to his style. There is action, romance and sentiment in …

Goa – Tamil Movie Review

Banner: Orcher Studios Production: Soundarya Rajnikanth Star – Casts: Jai, Vaibhav, Premji, Sampath, Aravind, Sneha, Piyaa, Prasanna, Simbhu and Nayanthara… Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja Direction: Venkat Prabhu

Charmi denies marriage rumors

“Earlier, gossip columnists loved linking me with co-stars and now with an unknown person,” says Charmi, who seems to be literally outraged with the rumors about her marriage. South Indian actress Charmi made her debut in Kollywood with Silambarasan’s Sonnaldhan …

Goa gets 40 minutes cut!

It looks like filmmakers have become much conscious about the ‘duration’ of their films, with films of long duration apparently loosing on audience’s interest. It was clearly demonstrated with Selvaraghavan’s ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ (190 mins) that had favorable results after 30 …