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K Viswanath News

  • | March 24th, 2015

    Uttama Villain song Kadhalaam Kadavul: Pooja Kumar shows off her dancing nuances in the Kamal Haasan starrer

    Uttama Villain song Kadhalaam Kadavul: Pooja Kumar shows off her dancing nuances in the Kamal Haasan starrer

    The first song promo from Kamal Haasan’s most anticipated film of the year is finally out
    Fans of Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan are eagerly counting days and marking their calendars, as it is only few weeks for Uttama Villain to finally see the light. The film helmed by Ramesh Arvind boasts a star cast full of veterans including Kamal Haasan, K Balachander, K Viswanath, Urvasi, Jayaram, MS Bhaskar, Pooja Kumar and Andrea Jermiah. The music by Ghibran is picking at the right moment, as the buzz around the film is slowly gaining steam. Click here to read more

  • | March 4th, 2015

    Ramesh Arvind: Kamal Haasan’s Uttama Villain is two films in one film!

    Ramesh Arvind: Kamal Haasan’s Uttama Villain is two films in one film!

    Confused at what the director is hinting? Read on to find out
    Ramesh Arvind is a busy man these days. After directing the much anticipated Kamal Haasan multi-starrer, his job is far from over as he is busy overlooking the release of the film, Uttama Villain, on April 2. The music of the film was unveiled at a grand event, on March 1 in Chennai. Click here to read more

  • | April 3rd, 2013

    Jaya Prada, happy birthday

    Jaya Prada, happy birthday

    The South Indian actor-turned-politician turns 51 today
    Jaya Prada was born on April 3, 1962. She’s certainly packed in a lot into the years – as a talented actor and, later, as a politician. What’s more, she’s attracted her share of controversy too Click here to read more

  • | December 26th, 2011

    RAJAPATTAI movie review: Vikram fails to impress

    RAJAPATTAI movie review: Vikram fails to impress

    Rajapattai, which means ‘the path of the king’, has turned out to be a poor show in terms of story, script and performances. Director Suseenthiran, known for presenting films with different themes, has failed to impress with his new offering
    The story, script, romance, item song, the characterisation – everything has been poorly conceived and executed. The stunts by Anal Arasu and the cinematography by Madhie are the only saving grace for the film. Not even Vikram’s charming presence could save the film. Click here to read more