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Omana Penne
singers : Benny Dayal, Kalyani Menon
Malayalam Lyrics : Kalyani Menon

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SINGERs : Devan Ekambaram, Chinmayi

Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa
SINGERS : Karthik
Additional vox : Vivek Agarwal

SINGERS : Vijay Prakash, Suzanne, Blaaze
English Rap Lyrics : Blaaze

Kannukkul Kannai
SINGERS : Naresh Iyer

SINGERS : A.R.Rahman, Shreya Ghoshal

SINGERS : Alphonse
Malayalam Lyrics : Kaithapram


Vettaikaran new latest movie review

Vettaikaran has been the talk of the town lately. After a string of defeats people were expecting a blockbuster from Vijay and as soon as sun pictures entered the scene, the hype was very high. Now after seeing the movie if one asks a question. Has the movie lived up to its hype? the answer is a strong 'NO'.

The film is yet another rehash of the crappy masala and bgrade action films that Vijay has done in the past. Its very sad that Vijay, who seems to work so hard is still sticking to the same formula irrespective of them bombing in the box office. In this film too Vijay has totally replicated the style of superstar Rajinikanth in many places and its very evident in lot of scenes. His role is also of that of an autorikshaw driver which gives him an awesome stage to show his heroic styles ( copied from superstar) and slew of punch dialogues all through the film.

The story is the one for ages. A good man destroying all the goondas and villians of the city once his kin ( in this case Vijay's guru, a policeman ) is attacked by them. To give due credit the movie, the first half is watchable and Vijay Antony has done a decent job in both bgm and songs but the second half is where the torture begins. Lots of fights, unnecessary punch dialogues, big development in a single song, you name it, you get it. Its such a boredome and rehash of all the cliched sequences and finally the hero (as expected by Vijay fans) wins over the villian.

And hey the credits must go to Anushka too for doing a role just for the name of the banner and hero with little or no substance in it.

No offence meant but this film is strictly only for the Vijay maniacs ( and there are lots out there ) and not for the normal people . If you cant watch Vijay's antics in kuruvi and his over the top scenes in villu then most probably you wont like this film too. Maybe we can watch it when its screened on Sun Tv for some festival that too for Anushka's skin show.

Verdict: Dont try this movie if you are not a die hard Vijay fan. You wil be terribly disappointed.

the-transformation-of-amitabh-into-auro-paa-latest -new-movie-shooting-gallery

all the people who saw the movie paa has been in awe with the makeup of amitabh in the movie.This is an attempt to look into the transformation of amitabh into auro....

To get the special look for the character, director R. Balki roped in
Hollywood make-up artist Stephan Dupuis.

The prosthetic process was arduous. Around eight pieces of specially-crafted clay
models were meticulously stuck on to the face. Once the process started, it was
impossible to move even a few centimetres. Eating and drinking had to be avoided
and he couldn?t talk because it would have displaced the pieces. The entire process
took four-five hours every day over 45 days of continuous shooting. He was even
willing to go through the process of showing his eyeballs bulging out to give a more
authentic look to the character, but doctors said that would require injections in
his eye every two hours which could affect his vision.




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Naan Avan Illai 2 - latest-new-tamil-movie-review


The original Naan Avan Illai (I'm Not Him), starring Gemini Ganesan, and the later version were both successes because of the storyline: a clever, conniving con-man who uses his powers of persuasion, seduction and slick talking to fool women into parting with their wealth.

This time around, Jhabak's Naan Avan Illai Version 2, directed by Selva attempts to re-create the magic of the previous films with the same dose of comedy, flirtation -- but they've added a dose of sentiment and moralising as well unlike the other film yogi  this film is watchable though.

So does the mixture work? After a fashion.        

Essentially, the Tamil movie follows the same pattern of its predecessor: Annamalai or whatever his name is (Jeevan, styling himself as Mirattal Nayagan) a considerably bulkier version arrives onscreen -- and the opening scene sets the tone for general hilarity. He's revered as god by newly transformed former mafia girl Maria (Rachna Maurya) who runs an ashram of sorts in some unspecified foreign country -- and being the retiring, publicity-shy person that he is, the only shot she can offer of him to the press is one of him sleeping, slack-jawed.

Naturally, his face appears in all the papers abroad (!) leading to much consternation in three stinking rich households; Saki (Shruthi), a rather plump rich brat who's always hankering after a subdued husband, Nisha (Swetha Menon), a con artist who makes a practice of swindling married men who cheat on their wives and Deepa (Lakshmi Rai) a doe-eyed actress who wants to become a realty heiress all over the world.

Its flashback time, as we're told the reason for their anger: our guy has seduced every single one of the aforementioned women, deducing their weak points and homing in for the kill. You have to hand it to Pattukkottai Prabhakar -- his dialogues have the right mixture of levity and scorn, and the way Jeevan sets the stage and plays up to each one of the women is just fun. Sure, there's plenty of skin and slapstick -- but sometimes, the setting is classy and you simply grin with the joy of watching a slick con-man go after each target in such a methodical fashion.

Of course, there's a sentimental side to this as well: Mahalakshmi (Sangeetha), injured in her efforts to help her Sri Lankan compatriots leads a lonely life, struggling to get custody of her child -- and these moments, if elaborate, do bring some depth to the proceedings.

But the storyline returns to hilarity soon enough and retains that spirit to the end. Director Selva has obviously set out to produce an entertainer, and he's fairly succeeded: despite the bikini shots, and mandatory item numbers, the screenplay chugs forwards swiftly, and the entire Vaali segment is productive of a few good laughs. D Imman's numbers, especially Naan Avan Illai and Thooyavaney, are hummable, and his back ground score matches the tone of the film. Balamurugan's cinematography shows us the best and most beautiful of foreign locales -- not to mention the actresses themselves.

As for the actors, Jeevan, once you get past his bulk, manages to re-fit effortlessly into the role that brought him accolades the first time around and you can see he's enjoyed himself every bit. Out of the girls, it's Shruti who doesn't quite deliver. Shwetha Menon brings a joi de vivre to her role; Lakshmi Rai is suitably gullible while Rachna Maurya has been given a rousing opportunity to show off her, er, skills. Which include shaking her hips a la Shakira  so much you're afraid she'll suffer permanent displacement.

In the acting department, though, Sangeetha definitely scores. Mayilsami and Raj Kapoor  provide the necessary back-up.

A little bit of sentiment and massive dollops of entertainment, that's Naan Avan Illai 2, for you. It lacks a bit of the first movie's originality but if its two-and-a half-hours of no holds barred fun is what you want then this is your best bet.