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Vishal Launches V shall, Shoot For Queen Remakes Begin, Yuvan Likely For Ajith’s 58th And Other News

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Vishal launched an app – ‘V Shall’

Vishal has launched an app, V Shall,  for smartphones. Talking about the app in a video he says, “We have to use smart phones not only put status messages but also to help others. My friends and I worked in creating  this app for almost a year. People who want to help others can download this app and start contributing to a noble cause. This app will help people who need medical and educational help.”

Yuvan Likely To Score Music For Ajith58


While there is no official confirmation about the project, there are speculations that Yuvan Shankar Raja might compose for Ajith’s next film, speculated to be directed by Siva, who last made Vivegam. While Anirudh Ravichander had composed music for Vedalam and Vivegam, there are rumours that Yuvan has been approached for this new film. Incidentally, Yuvan scored the music for some of Ajith’s including Dheena and Mankatha.

Queen Remakes Begin Shoot

The remakes, which were in legal trouble this year owing to production issues and innumerable cast changes, has finally taken off. Manjima Mohan has started shooting for the Malayalam remake of Queen in France yesterday.  Tamannaah, who is the lead in the Telugu remake, Kajal Aggarwal in Tamil, and Parul Yadav in Kannada have  also started shooting in France for the respective remakes.

Kate Upton Gets Married In Italy

Model Kate Upton and professional baseball player Justin Verlander  got married in Tuscany, Italy on Saturday.  It was a romantic ceremony at Castiglion del Bosco in the Province of Siena in Tuscany. The couple got engaged last year.


Actress Uma Thurman Vows To Open Up About Harvey Weinstein When She’s Less Angry

Actress Uma Thurman, who has also worked with Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of his sexual misconduct, says that  she will definitely open up about Harvey Weinstein but needs time for her anger to settle down.

“I usually regret the way I express myself. So, I’ve been waiting to feel less angry, and when I’m ready, I’ll say what I have to say,”  she said.


(With inputs from IANS)