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Tamil Movie Review–‘Inam’

Film: “Inam”; Cast: Sugandha Ram, Karan, Saritha and Karunas; Director: Santosh Sivan; Rating: **** War stories are extremely challenging to narrate without being controversial. But cinematographer-filmmaker Santosh Sivan has crushed that notion to pulp with his film “Inam”, a war-drama which explores the lives of a group of orphans during the Sri Lankan civil war. Without taking sides and not ...

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Rajinikanth’s ‘Kochadaiiyaan’ now to release May 1?

Mumbai, March 29 : The release of the long-awaited Rajinikanth starrer “Kochadaiiyaan” has been postponed yet again. The new release date, according sources very close to the project, is May 1. After many delays, the film had been “finally” announced for release April 11 alongside the Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Hindi entertainer “Bhootnaath Returns”. But now it seems the Big B would ...

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Bollywood News: My parents went too early says Shah Rukh Khan

Mumbai, March 29 : Superstar Shah Rukh Khan was in a nostalgic mood Saturday as he missed his parents, who he feels “went too early” “Talking to boys on the sets…we talked of our parents. Miss my parents now on the drive back from the shoot. They went too early,” the 48-year-old posted on his Twitter page early Saturday morning. ...

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Rupee Touches Down Lowest Point of 65 per $; Is RBI There?

With the Indian rupee touching the abysmal and bizarre 65 mark against the dollar on Thursday, it is high time the Finance Minister wakes up and do something to stem the steep fall or let those in office go or quit himself. Unlike the asian currency crisis of the 1990s, the fall of Indian rupee is mainly a handiwork of ...

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‘Mere Dad Ki Maruti’ film review: Punjabi-centric but sure to charge up battery in all

Rating: **** Director: Ashima Chibber Producer: Ashish Patil Cast: Saqib Saleem, Rhea Chakraborty, Ram Kapoor, Prabal Panjabi and Ravi Kishan The story line is about a father-son duo and unfolds when the teenager son, Sameer, steals a Maruti car meant for his sister as her wedding gift, to impress a girl who prefers to call herself the Shakira of Chandigarh. ...

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Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (SVSC) Movie Review: It’s a no-climax film

Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (SVSC) is a clean family entertainer, bereft of any masala or violence like any Mahesh or venkatesh’s earlier films. Otherwise, it is an out and out Mahesh Babu’s film with little credit to Venkatesh, who played straight-forward character mincing no words in the film. Samantha, who played opposite Mahesh Babu, remained an additional frame to the ...

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Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu box-office collections historical: Analyst

Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (SVSC) has already proved a box-office hit with Friday collection in the US at $338,228 (Rs. 1.84 crore) from 67 locations and Rs.9.81 crore in Andhra Pradesh on its opening day. “Telugu film SEETHAMMA VAKITLO SIRIMALLE CHETTU is rewriting the rules of the game. The film has embarked on a mind-blowing start in U.S.A., garnering a ...

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Water on Moon, What does it Mean on Earth?

Researchers found water particles in samples collected by Apollo long ago and scientists say it indicates water may also exist on Mercury and on other asteroids like Vesta or Eros in our solar system. It has reversed the belief that moon was a dry planet. So, what does it mean for Earth? Apart from rich mineral resources, Moon is likely ...

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Sridevi’s English Vinglish: Old wine in new bottle but worth seeing

English Vinglish is a typical film that was made ever since the days of “Mind Your Language” TV show went off successfully in the 1970s in Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Singapore and South Africa. Later its regional language versions too followed in as many countries. The global hit has relevance to every migrant ...

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‘Heroine’ Film Review: Last-ditch effort by Kareena Kapoor?

Similar effort by Vidya Balan in “Dirty Picture” brought her back to the centre-stage but proved short-lived for Bollywood’s hall of fame. Close on tow was Kareena Kapoor but one wonders why the younger Kapoor clan girl has resorted to such gimmicks when her films were going well, if not repeatedly bringing box office fame like 2011. It points to ...

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REVIEW: Mehta’s film brings to big screen every aspect of Salman Rushdie’s ‘Midnight’s Children’

By Gurmukh Singh TORONTO: The book that was “impossible to film” has been finally filmed and filmed brilliantly. Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize winning novel Midnight’s Children’s film adaptation by Deepa Mehta made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival here Friday. Anyone who has read the novel will tell you that you don’t need to be a film ...

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