Vazhakku Enn 18/9 News
South Filmfare Awards 2012 winners’ list: Dhanush, Samantha win big!
The 60th Filmfare South Awards 2012 were held over the weekend in Hyderabad. Here’s a list of the winners…
The 60th Filmfare Awards of South cinema (2012) were held on July 20 in Hyderabad, with the who’s who of the four South Indian film industries attending the glam night. We saw Best Actor (Male) award-winner Dhanush with his pretty director wife Aishwarya in tow, and also his good friend and 3 co-star Shruti Haasan. There was music maestro AR Rahman, and actors Tamannaah, Amala Paul, Charmme Kaur, Kushboo and Priyamani, among others.Click here to read more
60th National Film Awards: Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam, Bala’s Paradesi win
Tamil cinema bagged five trophies at this year’s awards function
Kollywood has something to be proud of. Tamil cinema won five honours at this year’s 60th National Film Awards which were announced on Monday. Click here to read more
Ranbir Kapoor’s Barfi! Or Vidya Balan’s Kahaani – which film will be selected for the Oscars this year?
The Film Federation of India (FFI) has made a list of films to be sent to this year’s Academy Awards. And the competition looks tough!
Every year Film Federation of India (FFI) sends some critically acclaimed and highly appreciated films from the country to the jury of the Academy Awards. This year too, the esteemed panel of the Oscar – comprising 16 members – will receive the select list of films as India’s official entries to be screened. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth hails Tamil film ‘Vazhakku Enn 18/9’
A special screening of the Tamil film, Vazhakku Enn 18/9 (Case No. 18/9) was held for Tamil superstar Rajiniakanth
Vazhakku Enn 18/9 has been gathering praise all round. And the most recent applause has come from none other than Superstar Rajinikanth! Click here to read more
VAZHAKKU EN 18/9 movie review: Well worth the wait
Stellar performances, impressive cinematography and a gripping plot make it a must watch
Commercial cinema may be the popular choice of filmmakers, but there is a small breed of new-age directors who are looking at ‘meaningful’ films. Balaji Sakthivel of Kadhal-fame is at the forefront of this group, having proved his skills with that Bharat-Sandhya-starrer about caste issues. He is back with Vazhakku Enn 18/9, which is again based on real-life incidents. It looks at relationships and love through the eyes of the modern generation. Click here to read more