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With both Tamil and Telugu versions of Kuselan (Kathanayakudu in Telugu) tottering at the box-office, it seems that Rajnikanth hasn't been able to break the jinx of his guest roles after attaining stardom.
By Pratiba Raman It's easy to see why one finds it difficult to believe that she is not an Andhraite; what with her looks and her name. Her cosmopolitan attitude, as one finds out shortly, stems from her roots in Bangalore.
After the success of Vikramarkudu, Ravi Teja and Anushka are eagerly awaiting to bring onscreen magic once again with Baladhoor, which gets released on August 14. The film is directed by Uday Shankar and has veteran actor Krishna playing a special character.
A month ago (June 6), CT had come up with an article on why multiplexes are pushing the few Bengali releases to the morning shows and thereby not doing enough to promote regional cinema. The show timings effectively pointed out to the discrepancy in treatment given to Hindi and Bengali releases.
VIJAYAWADA/HYDERABAD: Pushed to the dark by the big players in the booming entertainment industry, film exhibitors or theatre owners have decided to fight back.
With Ready being declared a hit, actress Genelia, it seems, cannot do anything wrong. With three consecutive hits in a row- Bommarillu, Mr Medhavi and Ready - Genelia is sitting pretty.
In an industry that is dominated by the heroes, comedian Brahmanandam has managed to carve a niche for himself. Infact it would be hard to recollect a hit film that does not have the guinness record holder in its cast.
Tamanna, the rising young star in south cinema who is now shooting for Anantha Thandavam in New York, will be spending almost the entire month of July in America. Gandhi Krishna, who directed the thriller hit Chellame, is directing the film which has new boy Siddharth as the hero.
After Kamalinee Mukherjee, here's the latest Bengali beauty on the Tolly block. Newcomer Megha Burman is to star in debutant director Hari Yelleti's film Ankit, Pallavi and Friends opposite Nikhil of Happy Days fame.
By SUBHASH K JHA Asin Thottu-mkal, in the manner of Hema Malini, Rekha and Sridevi, is set to storm Hindi films with Ghajini opposite Aamir Khan after conquering Telugu and Tamil cinema.
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