Climax of Sasikumar’s Kennedy Club has real-life kabaddi players

The climax of Susienthiran’s upcoming film Kennedy Club featuring Sasikumar and real-life kabaddi players has been shot in a grandeur set costing Rs 2 crore. Kennedy Club tells the story of a team of women Kabbadi players and Sasikumar plays their coach. Continue Reading

Yashika’s Zombie to release this summer

The sensational Yaashika and current comedy king Yogi Babu starrer Zombie is almost ready and will release during the summer holidays.
A highlight of the movie will be the scene where Yashika will be seen along with 200 young girls in a resort in ECR. Continue Reading

Nadhiya comes to small screen in Roja

Nadhiya, the dream girl of the ’80s who has shared screen space with top actors like Rajinikanth will make her small screen debut next week in the Sun TV serial Roja. Continue Reading

Dhilluku Dhuddu Shabir composes for SivaKarthikeyan’s film

Music director Shabir has joined Sivakarthikeyan’s second production venture. The movie, reportedly titled Nenjamundu Nermaiyundu, is directed by Karthik Venugopalan and the shooting wrapped up last month, reports CE. The Singapore-born music composer is best known for the song Yaayum from Saaga. Continue Reading

Indian 2 to release after Lok Sabha elections?

The shooting for the much-anticipated magnum opus Indian 2 starring Kamal Haasan and directed by Shankar will resume after Lok Sabha elections, say sources. Reportedly Kamal has asked the film’s director Shankar to resume the shoot in May as he was busy now with election duties and campaigning for his own party Makkal Needhi Maiam. Continue Reading

Catch Arav and Oviya on big screen soon

Bigg Boss fame Arav’s Raja Bheema has completed shooting and post-production work has begun. Arav, the model turned actor signed up for this film immediately after emerging winner in the first season of Big Boss. Continue Reading

Reason why automation can never replace handmade luxury cars

When Jaguar announced (unofficially) that they will be taking off more than 3,500 people off the pay-roll, the world was quite surprised. I was not surprised whatsoever, because the very reason that big conglomerates invested in robotics in the early noughties is to oust humans on a timely basis. Why you ask? Well, the fact that humans ask for holidays, day offs, permissions, maternity leave and more importantly salaries, among many things can be avoided. Continue Reading