Vettai mannan (english: hunting king; tamil: வேட்டை மன்னன்) is an upcoming tamil action-thriller film written and directed by debutante director nelson. the film will feature silambarasan, jai, hansika motwani, deeksha seth and poonam kaur in lead roles. it is produced by s. s. chakravarthy and features background score and soundtrack composed by yuvan shankar raja. the film is under production and is slated to release in 2013.
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Ek Veer Ki Ardaas Veera cast meets Sarabjit’s sister on the sets – View pics!
Yesterday was indeed very special for the cast of the popular Star Plus show
It was a celebratory mood on the sets of Ek Veer Ki Ardaas Veera as they welcomed a special guest. Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit Singh, who was a death row prisoner in Pakistan, is a big fan of the TV show.
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Find out why Sonakshi Sinha’s desire to sing stagnated!
The actress wanted to croon a number for Lootera
Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha, who has come on board as a judge on singing reality show “Indian Idol Junior”, says she wanted to polish her crooning skills but the “desire stagnated” in childhood itself. Click here to read more
Sonakshi Sinha, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Karan Johar say, ‘Thanks Maa’
The second Sunday of every May is very special for mothers and for every child; you already know why
It’s essential to take time out and say thank you to her because 365 days, 24/7, she is at your beck and call without even asking for it. Click here to read more
Here’s why 2015 seems to be a promising year for Trisha Krishnan!
As the queen of hearts turns a year older, we look at the interesting line up of films which Trisha has up her alley
Born on May 4, 1983, Trisha has been the epitome of grace and beauty in South Indian cinema for over a decade. Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Sonali Bendre- 5 Bollywood actors who appeared on TV!
Indian Television is BIG, and there’s no denying the fact
Shah Rukh Khan has done it, Salman Khan has done it too and so has Aamir Khan! Even Akshay Kumar couldn’t keep his hand off it. Yes, we’ve often seen our Bollywood A-listers donning the hat of a host or a judge or a guest on popular TV shows. But seldom do we catch them making their acting debuts on the small screen. Inhibitions? Maybe! But if we consider the leap from telly-town to B-town a prestigious one then why can’t we extend the same courtesy to the reverse. Television is, after all, one of the biggest industries in the country. Click here to read more