Indru Netru Naalai director says the film will be a game-changer in sci-fi genre
Debutant director R. Ravi Kumar says forthcoming Tamil sci-fi comedy Indru Netru Naalai, which is said to be the first time travel film in the language, will pave way to filmmakers to explore more stories in the genre.
“Tamil filmmakers have been content with romantic comedies and family dramas. I’m confident that my film will open more doors to sci-fi genre in the industry,” Kumar told IANS. Click here to read more
Would Rajinikanth have made a better Assault Sethu than Bobby Simha in Jigarthanda?
The Lingaa actor loved Karthik Subbaraj’s gangster flick and supposedly wished to have played baddie in the film
The countdown for Rajinikanth’s Lingaa release is reaching it’s final stages. With just four days for Thalaivar’s birthday and film’s release, K-town’s Quentin Tarantino, Karthik Subbaraj shared his experience about meeting Rajini on the sets of Lingaa. The talented filmmaker revealed that Rajini had loved his latest flick Jigarthanda starring Siddharth, Bobby Simha and Lakshmi Menon. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth’s Lingaa to not release in Kerala because of Kochadaiiyaan’s losses?
Here’s the latest trouble that the superstar’s upcoming magnum opus has run into….
Kochadaiiyaan, Rajinikanth’s last release, was a disaster. The movie was unable to recover its money and many distributors went into losses. Now it seems those losses have come back to haunt Rajinikanth’s upcoming release Lingaa. Our little birdies inform us that Lingaa’s theatrical rights are yet to be sold in Kerala and thus it might not release in the state on the slated December 12 date. Also, the other southern states may follow suit. So why are the distributors boycotting the film? We wonder… Click here to read more
Scoop: Rajinikanth beats Hrithik Roshan to become highest paid Indian actor
The Kochadaiiyaan actor has beaten every Indian actor and here’s how…
Rajinikanth has time and again proved how deserving he is of his ‘Thalaiva‘ title. With his latest release Lingaa he has gone way ahead of our Bollywood stars. How you ask. Well, grapevine has it that Rajini was paid Click here to read more
All you wanted to know about Rajinikanth’s Lingaa!
With the first look of Thalaiva‘s film out tomorrow, Bollywoodlife decided to compile all the facts and rumours surrounding KS Ravikumar’s magnum opus
This Ganesh Chaturthi is going to be special for superstar Rajinikanth’s fans. With the first look of Rajinikanth-Sonakshi Sinha-Anushka Shetty starrer Lingaa being unveiled tomorrow, the fan frenzy around the film is slowly starting to build. While there have been lots of gossips and tit-bits flying from the sets of Lingaa, we decided to put together all rumours and speculations under one roof, as we present you what Rajinikanth’s Lingaa is all about. Click here to read more
Nandita: Comedy films involve scrupulous efforts!
The actor will soon be seen in a Tamil comedy called Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaithiya Sigamani
Nandita, who thoroughly enjoyed the experience of shooting the forthcoming Tamil comedy Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaithiya Sigamani, says working in such movies require “scrupulous efforts” from actors as well as the director. Click here to read more
Bharath: Making people laugh is most challenging!
The southern actor talks about his comedy film Aintham Thalaimurai Sidha Vaithiya Sigamani
Actor Bharath, who has been seen in different genre of films in his career so far, says the upcoming Tamil film Aintham Thalaimurai Sidha Vaithiya Sigamani is his first short at a full-fledged comedy outing. Click here to read more
Mishti Chakraborty: I am pretty excited to work with Nithiin
The Bong babe’s Bollywood debut Kaanchi: The Unbreakable might have bombed at the box-office but that hasn’t stopped filmmakers from approaching her
Mishti Chakraborty made her Bollywood debut with Subhash Ghai’s Kaanchi: The Unbreakable. The film hit the theatres and went unnoticed even by the die-hard Bollywood fans. However, Mishti was certainly noticed. Be it for her looks or acting, Ghai’s muse has won the heart of a filmmaker down South Click here to read more