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  • | July 5th, 2013

    Nikita Thukral, happy birthday!

    Nikita Thukral, happy birthday!

    The South Indian actor turns 32 today. Send in your wishes!
    Born on July 6, 1981, Nikita Thukral aka Nikitha celebrates her 32nd birthday today. You’ve got to hand it to her, a Punjabi girl from Mumbai, who made a place for herself in the South Indian film industry, acting in all the southern languages. She’s shown tremendous staying power, clocking over a decade in the industry. What’s more, she’s braved slurs to her reputation and even a ban imposed by the Karnataka Film Producers Association and kept going. Click here to read more

  • | September 20th, 2011

    ENGEYUM EPPODHUM Review: An impressive journey

    ENGEYUM EPPODHUM Review: An impressive journey

    The film is a sincere attempt to capture the travails of life
    Making a commercial movie with a strong message is no easy task. Filmmaker Saravanan, a former associate of director AR Murugadoss, has managed to make a classy debut. He has not let down his mentor, who interestingly has produced the venture along with Hollywood giant Fox Star Studios.
    Engeyum Eppodhum is a simple and sincere attempt to capture the travails of life, loss and grief. The movie runs on two parallel tracks, which then overlap in a bus journey. The plot revolves around Gautham (Sharvanand), Amudha (Ananya), Kadhiresan (Jai) and Manimegalai (Anjali). Amudha, who hails from a village near Tiruchi, meets Gautham when she comes to Chennai on a job hunt. Cupid comes into play then. Then there is Kadhiresan, an innocent and simple-hearted youth, who falls head over heels in love for the chirpy Manimegalai, a nurse. Click here to read more