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Rajinikanth-Shankar gear up for Enthiran sequel?
Rumours are rife that the ace filmmaker is undergoing discussions with superstar Rajinikanth for Enthiran 2
India’s biggest style icon Rajinkanth had been away from cinema for four years before his magnum opus Kochadaiiyaan released in 2014. The superstar seems to be ruing his four year sabbatical and seems to be in a hurry to do films. Thalaiva who is currently shooting for KS Ravikumar’s Lingaa, is said to be in talks with ace director Shankar. If the rumours are to be believed the two are joining hands for sequel to 2010 blockbuster Enthiran. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth to be paid Rs 240 crore – more than Tom Cruise’s fee?
The Superstar of South Indian cinema might just sign on for the biggest movie deal ever in India
Despite what fans of the Khan triumvirate think (assuming they can), it is a well-known fact that Rajinikanth is the biggest superstar of India and the highest paid as well. Now, if all goes well, Rajinikanth could become one of the highest stars in the world. The man offering this whopping figure is a certain Click here to read more
Is this Dhanush song better than ‘Kolaveri di’?
The funny number from Dhanush’s film Aadukalam seems wackier
So you love Dhanush’s Why this kolaveri di? Try this one. It’s a song called Otha sollala from Dhanush’s 2011 film Aadukalam for which he garnered the Best Actor award at the 58th National Film Awards (which he shared with Salim Kumar for Adaminte Makan Abu). The film also won two other National Awards – for Best Screenplay and Best Director for Vertimaran. Otha sollala shows Dhanush doing a ‘lungi dance’ and we found Dhanush’s act as well as the tune quite catchy and funny. The credit for that goes to composer GV Prakash Kumar, singer Velmurugan, choreographer Dinesh and lyricist Yegathasi. Check it out and tell us if you find the number as funny as we do, as compared to Kolaveri di, of course. Click here to read more
Shahrukh to clash with Vijay and Surya this Diwali
This Diwali in the south, it’s Shahrukh Khan’s RA.One versus Vijay’s Velayudham based on Assassin’s Creed, and Surya’s 7Aum Arivu
Once upon a time there was a successful Tamil hero called Vijay, also known as Ilaya Thalapathi (or Junior Rajinikanth for the uninitiated). His recent films didn’t exactly set the Koovam on fire. Once upon a time, and right now actually, there is and was a wildly successful historical science fiction action adventure game called Assassin’s Creed, popular the world over. Team Vijay ran out of ideas for his latest vanity project Velayudham about a milkman turned vigilante. As the milkman, Vijay is in his element, playing to the galleries as per normal, but for the vigilante, Team Vijay decided to lift the look, feel and even scenes whole from the game. The Internet is full of comparisons between the two, making the inspiration obvious to the meanest intellect. Vijay’s vigilante Velayudham is clearly based on Ezio from Assassin’s Creed. Click here to read more
‘Mankatha’ roars in the UK, Malaysia, Singapore
The Ajith starrer has been received very well abroad. Will it break the record set by Rajinikanth in Robot and Salman Khan in Bodyguard?
Thala Ajith’s 50th film Mankatha has received rave reviews and it has translated into good collections at the box office, not only in India, but also in the UK, Malaysia and Singapore. The actor has been highly appreciated for his first-time negative role in a major film, and his fans are delighted to see him in a new avatar. If reports are to be believed, Mankatha has broken all opening day records and falls behind only Rajinikanth’s Robot. Click here to read more