Aishwarya Rajesh’s ‘Thittam Irandu’ Is An Investigative Thriller: First Look Out Now

The first look poster of  Aishwarya Rajesh’s next film is out now. The film titled Thittam Irandu is being helmed by Vignesh Karthick who shot to fame with his Yours Shamefully short film in 2018. Dinesh Kannan’s Sixer Entertainment and Vinod Kumar’s Mini Studios will be jointly bankrolling the crime thriller. Thittam Irandu is the third film headlined by Aishwarya after Kanaa (2018) and Kousalya Krishnamurthy (the official Telugu remake of Kanaa in 2019).

65th National Film Awards: Big Win For Newton, Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum; Sridevi & Vinod Khanna Honoured

The winners of the 65th National Film Awards were announced today by the jury headed by director Shekhar Kapur and a panel comprising screenwriter Imtiaz Hussain, lyricist Mehboob, South Indian actress Gautami Tadimalla, Kannada director P Sheshadri, Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, Ranjit Das, Rajesh Mapuskar, Tripurari Sharma and Rumi Jaffrey.

Touch Chesi Chudu Trailer Starring Ravi Teja And Raashi Khanna

Touch Chesi Chudu Movie Details : Cast : Ravi Teja, Raashi Khanna, Seerat Kapoor, Murali Sharma, JP, Savaji Shidne, Vennela Kishore, Satyam Rajesh, Pooja Jhaveri, Giri, Sathya, Shabaz Khan, Freddy, Jiiva, Vijay Kumar,Naren, Vineeth Kumar, Feroz Abbasi, Sritez, Prabhu, Madhava Rao, Gundu Sudershan, Suhasini, Sriranjani, Annapurna Director : Vikram Sirikonda Music : JAM8 Story : […]

‘I Apologised To Khanna’s Family, Not Anybody Else,’ Says Naseeruddin Shah

Naseeruddin Shah has clarified that his statements on late actor Rajesh Khanna were never withdrawn. He further elaborated that while Khanna was a ‘limited’ actor, his talent was used by the industry and only cast aside when he was no longer the ‘a money-minting machine’. Speaking at a masterclass organised by Neville Tuli of Osianama on Tuesday evening, Shah spoke about his controversial statements on Khanna made weeks ago.

Pikchar With Rita: ‘Anand’ And The Rise Of The Angry Young Man

However, an ongoing  course on Hindi cinema made me go to Rajesh Khanna of Katipatang and Daag and it was now easy to see how his ebullience as a romantic hero could have brought him the phenomenal success that it did over six particular years when every film sustained him as a superstar.Bhaskar Banerjee (played by Amitabh Bachchan) in the film Anand is awarded with the Saraswati Puruskar for his novel ‘Anand’, he says it must have been his failing if his readers thought this was a figment of imagination.

5 Quirks: Sandow Chinnappa Thevar

For instance, when Rajesh Khanna was shooting for Aradhana, Chinappa Thevar talked him into being a part of Haathi Mere Saathi.For Haathi Mere Saathi, he brought in elephants from The Great Oriental circus. 4) Thevar had an unusual eye for spotting talent.Thevar loved the gymnasium and loved wrestling even more. 2) Thevar was a staunch devotee of Lord Murugan.

Pikchar With Rita: Finding New Meanings in RD Burman’s Classic Song ‘Chingari Koi Bhadke’

If songs can be taken out of context, and perhaps only songs can be, Chingari koi bhadke to saawan use bujhaye/ saawan jo agan lagaye use kaun bujaye would be the best bet to do so.  Anand Bakshi’s lyrics, Kishore Kumar’s voice and RD Burman’s music make this song from the film Amar Prem one of the most precious musical gifts.

Pikchar With Rita: The Disjunct and Harmony of Spillover Notes of Songs

The song Mere khwabon mein tum is alluring even visually, with Kishore Kumar singing both on and off stage; and Meena Kumari (as Mala in the film), joining him, waltzing and dancing, and expressively looking into his eyes.The disjunct I experienced was one of trying to fit a pre-Partition voice to the modernity of another film, or creating a seamlessness between long-suffering looks and the sweetness of Mangeshkar’s voice – both of which Meena Kumari escapes in Naya Andaz.

Kamal Haasan And 34 Other National Awardees Appeal To Prakash Javedekar: Honour Bharathirajaa With Dadasaheb Phalke Award

On Friday, several National Award-winning actors, directors, producers, and editors of the Tamil film industry made an appeal to Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javedekar requesting the Government of India to honour actor-director-producer Padma Shri awardee P Bharathirajaa with the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke Award. They said that they collectively believe that the award, which is the highest award in the field of cinema, would be a fitting tribute to the legendary director who has contributed to Indian cinema for over 43 years.

‘Guddi’: A Film On Love, And The Love For Film

As Professor and art-historian Woodman Taylor observes in his essay, “Penetrating gazes”, her imagination of a union with Dharamendra on the lines of Mirabai’s poems is an appropriation of historic poetry to frame a love scene on the screen. “Mira’s poetry in praise of Krishna is normally sung in religious contexts during a religious, visual transaction of gazes called darshan, but Mirabai’s bhajan is used in the film to frame an imagined relationship on the screen, of Kusum longingly viewing the film image of Dharmendra.