Director A R Murugadoss remakes Mounaguru with Sonakshi Sinha
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It’s a well-known fact that Murugadoss’s next Hindi project is a Hindi film with top actress Sonakshi Sinha. He had signed her on even before the release of Kaththi and the movie is set to kick-start in March 2015. The latest buzz is that Click here to read more
Dhanush is now the most successful south star in Bollywood!
He has been on a whirlwind tour promoting Shamitabh for Bollywood and Anegan for Kollywood. Dhanush hasn’t had much respite these last few weeks but he’s been enjoying every single moment!
While many actors from the south have tried to make in-roads into the Hindi film industry very few have succeeded – and even fewer have been able to sustain a career or deliver hits. Dhanush is the exception – he is the first south Indian actor who has been able to break the north-south divide (read Bollywood jinx) and be recognised as a pan-Indian actor. Though Kolaveri Di might have started him off on this journey, it was Anand L Rai’s Raanjhanaa and now R Balki’s Shamitabh that have cemented his place in Bollywood. He worked hard to learn Hindi, spent more time in Mumbai learning the ropes and ensured that he gave it 200% to his directors there. Click here to read more
Veteran Tamil actor VS Raghavan passes away at 90
The actor was seen in more than 1,000 films. Read on to know more …
Dhanush: Watching Amitabh Bachchan play the drunk character on the sets of Shamitabh was spell binding!
The Raanjhanaa actor speaks about everything under the sun from Shamitabh to Amitabh to PK and I
When a lean, young man entered the room, not many could recognise him in the first few seconds. But the fan boy in my leapt with joy as I knew that it was none other than Dhanush. While humble, down to earth are the list of adjectives used to describe him, you might also want to add diplomatic to that list as he shied away from answering who is the bigger superstar – Rajinikanth or Amitabh Bachchan. In the middle of my fun interview with Dhanush, my phone sprang to life and incidentally, my ringtone was from his last year’s blockbuster hit VIP. Dhanush grinningly picked the phone and handed it over to me, I coyly accepted the phone, apologising for the disturbance. All the omens suggested that it was going to be a wonderful afternoon, as I spoke to Dhanush candidly about his upcoming film Shamitabh. Click here to read more