Sunday, August 30

Married Lady's Lips In Hot Demand Arthi Agarwal

When it comes to lip kiss scenes the excitement and sensation is very high. For a set of mass audiences, things get even more interesting when it happens to be a married lady and her scenes. Something like that is currently said to be happening with the fair and chubby beauty Arthi Agarwal.

Apparently, she is making a comeback of sorts and this comeback seems to be with a bang as right now Arthi Agarwal has become the talk of the town. Incidentally, the stills of her upcoming movie ‘Neelaveni’ have just been released and the pretty girl is seen in a hot lip kiss with her co-star Mukul Dev.

Not just Arthi but off late many starlets who have been indulging in lip lock sequences on the screen have been turning the screens hot. While Bollywood has been going great guns on this, the heat is yet to pick up here and it looks like Arthi might just be the first step towards that.

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Hot And Sexy Seminude TV Star

If you thought that it is only the heroines and models that can show their oomph then this should change your thoughts. Here is one beauty from the TV circuit who knows what can stir the loins of men. She is none other than Wahida and here she is in a baby frock revealing her luscious thighs and an inviting cleavage.

The hot bomb is already on the bed and looks like she is just waiting to get into the ‘act’.
With dusky chocolate like skin and a figure that is delicious, it must be said that this one is too hard to resist. This is the still from one of her latest movies.

TV News Reader In Sex Scandal

News Readers also prove not immune to spy cameras these days. It’s known about the voyeuristic attacks on film actresses and TV anchors and other ladies in show business with spy cameras. But now the virus has spread to TV news Readers as well.

An MMS is in spread that carries the name of a News Reader where the lady is seen with an unknown man in intimate positions. Some say that it’s a true one while there are a few those say that it’s a morphed one.

Whatever be the authenticity of that MMS, it is sad to know that News Readers are also considered to be ladies in show business on par with heroines, anchors and dancers and not spared by Peeping Toms.

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I won't do Kannada films: Roma

As a Sindhi working in the south Indian film industry Roma Asrani could easily be clubbed with several other non-southie actresses like Simran, But Roma, who’s already made the rounds of the Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam film industries in her four-year-old career, refuses to be dubbed an import. “I was born and brought up in Trichy and now live in Chennai. My parents have also lived all their lives in the south. So, that makes me far more south Indian than many other actresses who’re in the south,” she asserts.

And Roma is bullish that working in south Indian languages will never be her shortcut to a career in Bollywood. “I do want to do Bollywood at some point. But, I’d never want to use the south as my platform to get there. Nor will I ever give up doing movies here. I’m very happy doing movies here,” says the actress, who’s now shooting for the Tamil flick Vanjikottai Vaaliban with Sakthi.

But this happiness doesn’t extend to the Kannada film industry for Roma, who’s signed up to do the Telugu version of her smash hit Malayalam film, Chocolate — Chaalaaki — and has two other Malayalam films in her kitty.

And this despite having made her debut in Sandalwood opposite golden star Ganesh in Aramane. “Aramane was all about Ganesh. I just didn’t have anything to do in the film, which is so unlike my other films. If you look at films like Notebook, July 4 and Chocolate, the premise centred around my character. I did get a few offers after Aramane, but there was nothing much to them, which is why I’m not interested in doing a Kannada film,” she states.

But the actress is quick to add that she isn’t judgemental about the industry based on her experience — after all, “other non-Kannadiga heroines like Navya Nair and Meera Jasmine manage to find good work here. I’m sure good movies that give the heroine great scope to act are being made here. It’s just that I haven’t been offered any,” she winds up.

Four heroines for Happy Husbands

Young director Saji Srendran's new movie ‘Happy Husbands’ will feature four heroines for its protagonists played on screen by Jayaram, Jayasuriya and Indrajith. While Bhavana will pair with Jayaram, Samvrutha will become the heroine to Indrajith and Vandana will become the heroine to Jayasuriya. Rima Kallingal will appear as a suspense character who comes into the lives of these three husbands with varied characters. Krishna Poojappura will script the movie which is produced by Milan Jaleel in the banner of Galaxy films. The movie which will kick off its shoot at Kochy will also be shot at Singapore and Malaysia.

Meanwhile Saji's debut movie ‘Ivar Vivahitharayal’ will celebrate its hundred days in a couple of weeks. The movie has also provided the first solo hit for its lead hero Jayasuriya.

Friday, August 28

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Hansika replaces Nayantara in Chandi

Reigning actress Nayantara, who was supposed to play the female lead in producer M.S. Raju's heroine-focused horror thriller tentatively titled Chandi (Telugu), starring the producer's son Sumanth Ashwin as the debut hero, has been replaced by Hansika Motwani, it is said. However, the official confirmation is yet to come.

Chandi is said to be a socio-fantasy-cum-graphical extravaganza like Arundhati and will be directed by the renowned Kodi Ramakrishna under the banner of Sumanth Art Productions. Tamil hero Arya, who plays a negative role in Allu Arjun’s ongoing Arya 2, is expected to play the villain. The film will start rolling in September.

Nayantara is currently busy with two films: Jr. NTR starrer Adurs (Telugu) and Suriya starrer Aadhavan (Tamil). She recently completed her portions in veteran director Siddique's Malayalam film Bodyguard opposite Dileep.

Friday, August 21

Kandasamy Flopped ...!!! ??

Kandasamy Flopped !! C N R Srikanth from rediff astrology said that The film KANDASAMY vibrates on 22 as per Numerology and will do well. The film will be a hit and the collections from the film will be good in the first week itself.

As per Numerology, the name KANDASAMYY vibrating on 23 will prove more lucky.

The launch of KANDASAMY on 21st August 2009, Friday, is an auspicious day.

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Vikram and Shreya are in the lead.
Other Cast :Vivek, Santhanam, Vinod Raj, Y G Mahendran, Arun Mathavan, Vinayak, Alex and others.
Direction : Susi Ganesan
Music : Devi Sri Prasad
Production : Kalaipuli S Thanu

Right from the opening scenes, you see the path this mega-movie is going to take. Hordes of people from the economically weaker sections of the society are writhing in anxiety and lack of resources, while rich men barter in crores and fly from Paris to London [ Images ] with scant concern. The police play their part in ignoring pleas for help.

All is chaos when help comes, it seems, from divine sources: the lord Kandasamy, straight from the heavens or specifically around the vicinity of Thirupporur. All that you need to do is write a message and tie it around the temple tree, and your prayers are answered.

In the meantime, there's the trim and fit V Kandasamy IPS (Vikram) looking dashing and packing a lot of panache as he walks around very effectively around the CBI headquarters, conferring with his boss and a whole horde of cohorts. He canoes, works up a sweat with martial arts and conducts raids on stinking rich men, all with just the hint of a smile lurking on his face. All pretty amazing, and the scene is set perfectly making you eager for more.

You're not disappointed when the daughter Subbulakshmi (Shriya) of rich guy PPP (Ashish Vidhyarthi) prances onto the screen to the catchy tunes of Allegra composed by Devi Sri Prasad. It's the heroine's introduction, after all, and you've got to give allowances for these pointless interruptions. (To give credit where it's due, Shriya does a very creditable imitation of the matchless Shakira [ Images ] and the applause hits the roof).
And then its back to business as Kandasamy IPS dons his rooster make-up (yes, that's his avatar, actually since he's an incarnation of Lord Muruga and must conform to one of the deity's symbols) and voila! He's superhero rooster, wearing a red eye-mask (that conceals nothing), a red cape, swishing it very admirably and makes clucking noises that takes some getting used to (and the audience erupt in giggles every time he does it). There's no suspense element to the IPS Officer/Super-hero alter-egos; you know straightaway it's the same guy and so, it seems, does everyone in the business.

Still, Kandasamy does have a definite presence, and he goes about accomplishing his purpose with a gang of 11 friends: to be a modern day Robin Hood who deprives the rich of ill-gotten gains so that he can shower the poor with money. In effect, he has no real super-powers except the one that's the mainstay of every Tamil hero from MGR to Vijay: the man can bash up 100 goons with just a flick of his wrist. He's a one-man killing machine, and logic can go for a toss.

Then there is Thengai Thenappan (Vadivelu), who provides the mandatory comedy track; even movies like this require one like it.

There are a couple of scenes where you can see signs of brilliance: when Kandhasamy's gang arranges a rescue attempt and the whole event is brilliantly "choreographed," the enormous set-up that exists to help him achieve it, and DIG Parandhaman's (Prabhu) attempts to track the divine Lord Kandasamy who's supposedly helping people right and left. At one point, Kandasamy is even captured, and his role-playing instincts are stripped away but there's a twist to it.

Problem is, that's all the evidence there is in Susi Ganesan's screenplay. A superhero usually has a rock-solid flashback, attempting to explain why he becomes one. Here, Kandhasamy worked in a pizza shop, sang a song, and saw a friend's left hand amputated. Oh, and he loves acting as well. (That explains the rooster avatar). That's enough for him to take on multi-billionaires single-handedly, kill trained assassins and fool every law enforcement system in the country. And there are the mandatory speeches as well; endless lectures on how economic offenses cripple our country and how distributing everyone's wealth can help solve India's debt thus making every Indian citizen the best in the world.

Vikram is certainly the best thing in the movie. He's fit, lean, a great fighting machine with a permanent smile lurking in his eyes, which makes you forget a lot of imperfections in the screenplay. This man is made to play the intelligent hero though it's a pity that Kandasamy doesn't quite match his glittering screen presence.

Shriya shows you just how well she can shake those hips; her costumes just mould to her shape and she makes sure you get an eyeful. Her dubbing voice is sultry, sexy and she could give any Hollywood heroine a run for her money. Which is a good thing, because, aside from prancing around in skimpy outfits in Mexico and other areas, there's nothing else for her to do.

Ashish Vidhyarthi is his usual, over-acting self while Prabhu is calm, cool, dignified, making him a pleasure to watch. Various smaller characters have done well. If only the extraneous poor people hadn't been played in such a wooden fashion.

Devi Sri Prasad has realised that movies with this budget don't often get made, and with plenty of copied tunes, goes all out. But the movie ultimately, belongs to cinematographer N K Ekhambram who performs magic with his camera, the special effects team, and costumers who have worked their hearts out. Technically and visually, the movie's excellent. Thotta Tharani's art-work is done with professional finesse.

At 3 hours 20 minutes, the movie could have done with some editing.

Watch Kandhasamy for its beautiful locales, a ravishing heroine, and Vikram's smile but go with nil expectations as this particular super-hero doesn't have much to offer a discerning viewer.

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