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Best of Summer: Our Staff Picks

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Yes, it's that time of year again. Summer's over—meaning it's time to head off to one last beach trip, pick up your back-to-school supplies, stock up on sweaters and take one more look back at everything that went down in pop culture's biggest season.

So far, we here at have gone back to reminisce over the Best Moments in Summer TV, the Winners and Losers of Movies, Celebrity Moments that Made Us Facepalm and even sifted through to find the Best Indie Flicks—but now we've wracked each of our brains to declare our favorite moments of the season. TV, Movies, Celebs—anything goes.

Take a look at what came out on top during the Summer of 2011 for each of our writers, then chime in with your own:

Louie's Unrequited Confession of Love

Sure, comedian Louis C.K. is known for pointing out the ugly truths in life, but every once in a while he touches on something a little sweeter. And with the added context of his matter-of-fact borderline cynicism, the particular instance I have in mind gains even greater levels of adorableness.

In the episode entitled ""Subway/Pamela,"" which might be my favorite from this entire season (though it's not quite over yet), Louis C.K. finally bites the bullet and confesses his deep, hidden love for one of his best friends, Pamela. Even though he knows he has no chance, he stands before her on a cloudy day in some sad-looking open air market. All romanticism is washed away and all that's left is a man in a modest winter coat standing before a woman and confessing that his whole being aches for her. And you know what? It felt completely genuine and it's because it was stripped of every romantic staple we've come to expect on television. In a nutshell, this take on the romantic plotline is exactly the sort of thing Louie does with television on a regular basis. It was simple, unadorned and moving.

In essence, it was a perfect television moment.


Drew Barrymore's ""Our Deal"" Video

Early this month, a special kind of music video was released attached to the band Best Coast's song "Our Deal." The video (short film, rather) is directed by Drew Barrymore, and stars Chloe Moretz and Tyler Posey as the headlining pair above a cast including comic actors Miranda Cosgrove, Alia Shawkat and Donald Glover. I won't bother going into detail about the glory of the figures involved with this film: if you know who they are, you know that each of these people is an artistic majesty.

The piece itself is an adaptation of Romeo & Juliet, reminiscent of a cohort in this class, West Side Story with the rival gangs theme. Moretz's and Posey's characters fall in love—their conflicting loyalties contend with their happiness.

In watching this film again recently, it dawned on me what it is that impresses me so fervently. Beyond even the powerball casting and the immaculate aesthetics (the film is shot, designed and choreographed beautifully), what I love so much about this film is its bravery. It visits well-worn literary territory in an unconventional medium—one strange to the concept and to Barrymore's cinematic prowess alike—and attacks it without hesitation. It never feels like the film is holding back, or halting momentum. In fact, Barrymore's love for this project pervades. Although Moretz is such a chillingly magnificent performer, her scenes would mean nothing without the honesty this film embraces.

I am a sucker for experimentation. I love the melding of media, and I love employing unorthodox means of storytelling—this is more than anything a silent film, which is a rarity in modern times (zing). More specifically, I love when actors and filmmakers of television and cinema take leaps with projects like these that don't really seem to "fit" anywhere (another fine example would be this year's Beastie Boys tribute). These works, "One Day" especially, is demonstrative of artists embracing artistic expression.



The Buildup to Kim Kardashian's Wedding

Kim Kardashian has been infiltrating our lives since 2007 by way of TV shows, interviews, magazine covers, sneakers that tone your ass, perfume that makes someone want you, dieting pills that also make someone want you, and sex tapes. And for the most part, we've embraced it. It wasn't so bad in the beginning - even if we were perfectly happy with the sneakers or diuretics we already had, she became a figure that represented a unique smoothie of glamour and productivity that was eerily inspiring.

But when we learned in May that Kim was engaged to New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries, her presence in our environment, let's say… swelled! She was on the cover of everything and performed the very impressive task of seeming to talk about everything without actually saying anything. Everyone bombarded Kim with questions regarding the details of the wedding (like which dress she'd wear and where the ceremony would take place and where the newlyweds would go on their honeymoon), and she addressed all the inquiries with class (by again, not saying anything) because she wanted to keep everything a secret so she could sell the photographs of her big day to a tabloid magazine and make millions of dollars off them. There were a few things we were lucky enough to learn beforehand though, like the fact that it really wouldn't matter if we had to spend August 20th in a vet's office because E! announced its plans to air a 4-hour special that would take losers (who have to physically bring their pets to the doctor, instead of being rich enough to have a vet who makes house-calls) inside Kim's wedding.

But because Kim kept all the specifics of the event a secret, people's intrigue increased and increased over the summer months. It meant paparazzi followed her everywhere hoping to catch a glimpse of her dress, or photos of how she'd like to wear her hair, or the color scheme she'd use for her reception. But everyone involved was sworn to secrecy, which meant all the tabloids could do was speculate as to what was going to happen - which practically encouraged people to get obsessed over the nuptials. And while the wedding itself did turn out to be very beautiful (and expensive - some estimate it would have cost the average person $6 million. There's still no word on how much it cost Kim because she got numerous discounts along the way for being so famous), it was not nearly as exciting as the buildup that it got.


Captain America: The First Avenger

No one said being a summer blockbuster was easy work. In an over-crowded summer, Captain America had a lot working against it. The Marvel superhero flick was the fourth comic book movie of the season, was following in the footsteps of cinematic juggernaut Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, had a unestablished character with a period setting to overcome and was being directed by Joe Johnston, the man who brought us the 2010 dud The Wolfman.

Movie buffs were cautiously excited.

But Captain America: The First Avenger was the biggest surprise of the summer, a total blast in theaters and the only movie (besides the final Potter installment) I imagine I'll revisit some day. Unlike his Avengers accomplice Thor, whose own summer blockbuster was passably enjoyable, Steve Rogers's big screen adventure had all the gusto of the old fashioned, '40s adventure it mimicked—classic car chases, over-the-top villains (Hugo Weaving's cackling mastermind Red Skull), sweeping romance and shield-to-face moments that screamed for giant, block-lettered THWOMPs to appear on screen. Johnston previously directed The Rocketeer, another throwback auctioneer, and Captain America only built upon that film's unique charm. Chris Evans deserves credit for being physically downsized by CG animation before beefing up into the slick hero of Cap. He carries the movie on his shoulders and, thankfully, punches a few pseudo-Nazis in the process.

In an era where blockbusters have to be dark, serious and gritty in order to ""connect"" with audiences, it was great to have a flashy superhero who dropped the cynicism and stood up for what he believed in. Captain America was two hours of solid fun, with a song-and-dance number in the middle, for good measure.


So You Think You Can Dance

There's a phenomena on broadcast TV that doesn't usually get a lot of love on, a dance craze that doesn't involve former athletes or washed up actors waltzing around your screen to the same old routine for an hour each week. It's a true showcase of physical performance, endurance and skill that features a wide array of musical and dance styles, exciting camera work, Hollywood glamour and a great group of guest judges that bring something unique to the stage every week.

In case you haven't figured it out, I'm talking about So You Think You Can Dance, a seven-time Emmy winning competition program created by American Idol's Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe, two veterans of the blockbuster small-screen genre. This past season, which ran from late May through mid-August, introduced the world to some phenomenal dancers who knocked every style out of the park, from Broadway to Bollywood and back again. Though Melanie Moore of Marietta, Georgia ending up winning, the show didn't stop before we were introduced to some incredible talent from the around the world. The top ten this time around was a gathering of some of the finest dancers the show has ever seen in eight seasons, including Sasha Mallory (the runner-up), Marko Germar and Tadd Gadduang.

In addition to featuring more types of dance and more elaborate choreography than any other program of its kind, SYTYCD compiled a motley crew of guest performers and judges that upped the ante in season 8. Lady Gaga thrilled audiences with signature outfits, heartfelt commentary and a medley performance while Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson brought smiles and laughter to all who tuned in. Industry professionals like Rob Marshall and Kenny Ortega gave the young stars tips while Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds gave inspiration to everyone around her. The season was so tighly packed with wonderful moments and surprises that there was virtually something for everyone!

Because SYTYCD continually brings a well-rounded and completely entertaining show to the masses year after year, and since its surprisingly been the only competition show that has held my attention since the genre blasted its way onto network TV, I'm endorsing it as my staff pick of Summer 2011.



Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 8

Summertime is movies' season; everybody knows that. If you don't wanna get onboard, you're on your own, because you will not find solace on TV. No—you'll find, for the most part, F-grade reality shows, network throwaways/leftovers, and, well, America's Got Talent (and its equivalents). True, we were gifted with Breaking Bad, a marvelous show in its own right. One of TV's best. But it's heavy. And dark. And twisty. All great attributes and, again, this is a great series, but for some viewers, like yours truly, we're seeking summer respite from precisely that: We need to laugh, hysterically and easily.

Enter Curb Your Enthusiasm. It was a long wait, any way you slice it, but when the eighth and final season premiered July 10, HBO appointment viewing had returned for those of us who dare prefer good TV (emphasis on good) in the comfort of our own homes to more-loud-than-good movies in the discomfort of movie theaters. Curb is one of the rarest shows ever in that there has been no considerable drop-off or regression during its lengthy run, and season 8 might just be Larry David's masterpiece. It kicked off in that old, familiar Curb way: David finding trouble where only he can while airing his societal grievances, to hilarious results. And the season has remained top-notch all along. The third episode, about a Palestinian chicken joint with food too good to care about ostracism from the Jewish community, is my personal favorite, and it even, in an act of roundabout nobility and perhaps goodwill, simplifies one of the many ongoing conflicts in the Middle East.

Indeed, L.D., the schlub genius, the bizarro Woody Allen, has struck gold again. More importantly, he's also made a ton of people laugh this summer, and that is the real escapism.


The Quotes of True Blood

I know it's a cliché, but time goes by when you're having fun and even though I'm sorry to see the summer end, I can't help but look back at all the good times. The sunbathing, the frozen drinks, the AC (minus the increase in my electric bill), and more importantly - television summer shows. My summer isn't complete without my weekly dose of True Blood and Season 4 has been sure to fill up my Sunday nights with love, lust, and laughter. Now that's something I can sink my teeth into.

In honor of True Blood's wickedly exciting season, I've decided to compile my favorite Season 4 quotes in the hope of keeping the show alive (or should I say undead) for a little bit longer. Summer is still in session!

Everyone is welcome at Fangtasia. Vampires, Humans, men, women, families, pets. Everyone is welcome, come on down. The blood is warm, and so is the service." - Pam

Pam is always given the best lines ever and it was the perfect way to kick-off the season. She's the best and admirably has the balls to say what all the other vampires are thinking—this is so stupid.

Some old hippies levitated an old bird. So what?" - Nan Flannigan

This line serves as being both hilarious and ironic. Hilarious because it just further proves that Nan Flannigan should be playing a much more essential role in the show. Between her and Pam, there could be a hilarious vampire spin-off show consisting of just these two with their bitchy, sarcastic remarks.

It's in the 10 commandments. Don't kill sh*t. Don't f*ck with your parents. I did both." - Tommy

Tommy on the whole is a worthless character and normally wouldn't come close to making the "Best List" of anything (unless we're referring to the Best Waste of Space), but his line is priceless and really makes me want to get myself to a church confessional ASAP.

I love you, both of you, and I'm asking you to love me back. Together." - Sookie

I think all women will agree that Sookie's proposition of a threesome with Eric and Bill is probably the best idea this girl has ever had. This marks a turning point in Sookie's life where she's no longer a shy, innocent girl, but rather a confident, self-aware woman who knows exactly what she wants. Who says you can't have your vampire cake and eat it too?!


Nandha-Poorna's love story

Nandha-PoornaCinemimi [Wednesday, August 31, 2011]
AGS Entertainment's next venture 'Vellore Maavattam' is not just a police story, as perceived by many. The film carries with it a beautiful love episode too, say sources in the know, giving us more details.

"As per the story, Nandha, a Tamil Nadu based police officer, would go to Delhi for a camp, where he meets Poorna. They would slowly develop affinity towards each other, which turns into love," they say.

The sources add: "Without facing any big troubles like usual cinematic lovers face, they would enter wedlock. But the couple has to cross other hurdles, which are interesting as well as dangerous."

Directed by R N R Manohar, 'Vellore Maavattam' is fast shaping up for release. If sources are to be believed, the film may make it way to cinema halls for Deepavali.

American Film Market Considering Big Move From Santa Monica to Downtown L.A. (Exclusive)

Cinemimi [Thursday, September 01, 2011]
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The move from the Loews hotel to the L.A. Live complex, which must be voted on by the IFTA board, would likely take place in 2013.

The annual American Film Market is exploring a move from Santa Monica to the L.A. Live complex in downtown Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The AFM, one of the world's largest film markets, is run by the Independent Film & Television Alliance. Its contract with the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel, which has been headquarters for the market, conference and screenings since 1991, ends after the 2012 event. Apparently the Loews asked for an increase in the rates it charges, which is part of the reason the AFM started to look at other options.
Sources tell THR that Anschutz Entertainment Group, which manages the L.A. Live complex, has stepped in with an offer at a much lower cost than the Loews bid. Loews is said to have made a counteroffer earlier this week to try and retain the nearly two-week-long event, which each fall attracts more than 8,000 people involved in the independent production and distribution of movies from over 70 countries. IFTA estimates more than $800 million in transactions are done at the market on both competed films and pre-sales of movies in development.
A spokesman for IFTA and the AFM declined to comment.
This year's event, scheduled to run Nov. 2-9, would not be affected, nor would the 2012 AFM likely be impacted. The 2013 event would likely be the first to move downtown, though a deal could possibly be worked out to move the 2012 event as well.
The IFTA board must still approve any move. Sources say the board is expected to discuss the proposal on Tuesday during a conference call.
IFTA, the nonprofit that organizes and runs the AFM, reported 2009 income of about $11.5 million (of which $8.2 million came from running the market), and total assets of over $22.5 million, according to tax filings.
Founded in 1981, the AFM was first held at the Westwood Marquis Hotel, moved to the Hyatt on Sunset Strip, then shifted in 1986 to the Beverly Hilton. During the five years it was held in Beverly Hills, market screenings were mostly held at the Beverly Center.
When it moved to Santa Monica, the AFM helped launch the then-new Loews, as well as the city's Third Street Promenade, where last year nearly two dozen screens were used to show about 400 market movies at area theaters.
As it has grown over the years, some events have been farmed out to other hotels and restaurants in the area. In recent years, that has included the Le Merigot Beach Hotel, run by Marriott, which is next door to the Loews. Many of the conference events have been held at the nearby Fairmont Miramar Hotel. IFTA announced in June that the Miramar will be the site this fall for a new five-day AFM Conference Series (Nov. 4-8). It includes finance, production, marketing and distribution conferences, as well as an event where people pitch ideas for movies.
While the beachside Santa Monica location has strong appeal to international visitors, there are also issues of traffic, congestion and the high cost of retail and restaurants. Still, there is said to be some opposition to a move downtown from foreign participants who like the Westside location and are mostly unfamiliar with the urban areas of L.A.
In addition, since 2004, the AFM has had a relationship to the AFI Fest, put on by the American Film Institute. Most screenings for the festival are held at movie theaters in Hollywood, primarily those around the Hollywood & Highland complex, far away from the Santa Monica-based AFM. A move downtown would close the distance gap between AFM and AFI, which would be connected by L.A's subway system. The AFI Fest is not expected to move downtown, however.
AEG has been aggressive about trying to lure events to L.A. Live. The Independent Spirit Awards moved form their traditional Santa Monica beach location downtown for a year, but then moved back to the beach.
L.A. Live, which is adjacent to the Los Angeles Convention Center, has more than 5.6 million square feet of ballrooms, bars, restaurants, concert theaters, a condo tower and two large hotels in one tower. The sales suites could be in the hotels or they could be in the adjacent convention center.
There also is an 879-room JW Marriott Hotel on floors 4 through 21 and a 123-room Ritz Carlton Hotel on floors 22 through 26.
For screenings, the complex includes a multiplex operated by the Regal Entertainment Group. It has 14 screens and 3,772 seats and a three-story art deco style atrium. One theater, known as the Regal Premiere House, which has 806 seats, has been marketed for movie premieres but so far has had only limited success in attracting Hollywood downtown.
L.A. Live also includes the Nokia Theater (7,100 seats) and Club Nokia (2,300 seats), most often used as a venue for live music.
Most recently, AEG has been promoting plans to build a new stadium on the site to be called Farmers Field. It is intended to be home to a NFL football team. The LA City Council has tentatively approved the plan, but it has many hurdles ahead before it will actually be built, a process that could take years more.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Anushka to foray into Sandalwood?

Anushka hot collectionCinemimi [Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
This actress made people re-think about her glam-doll image when AL Vijay's 'Deiva Thirumagal' hit theatres. Post 'Deiva Thirumagal' many challenging roles are finding their way into Anushka's desk that too from some of the finest production houses in the South.

There are now reports that Anushka might foray in to Kannada films. Sources in Sandalwood reveal that the actress might be roped into play the female lead opposite Darshan in a film titled 'Bulbul.' Though nothing seems to be confirmed yet, sources close to the 'Bulbul' team reveal that they are in talks with the actress.

The shooting for this film will begin once the lead actor Darshan completes his current project, and since the female lead has a powerful role to perform the production team of this film is keen on roping in Anushka for the role.

Meanwhile, some sources close to the actress when quizzed about Anushka Shetty spreading her wings to Kannada, have feigned ignorance, while some also reveal that the actress is demanding a bounty pay package for playing the female lead in the film. But if the producers are ready to pay the demanded amount then 'Bulbul' will become the first Kannada film to catapult Anushka into Sandalwood!

Anushka has also revealed that she will continue to do films in Tamil as well, thanks to all her Kollywood films which have garnered a good name and fan base for the actress in Tamil Nadu.
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Monday, August 29, 2011

Big booking for 'Mankatha'

MankathaCinemimi [Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
Ajith fans have proved it again. Right from the moment the booking for 'Mankatha', the 50th of film of their Thala, began, they started thronging to cinema halls where the movie will be screened, to get tickets for first day.

Theatre sources say the response is so huge and they are so happy. Even online booking is witnessing a history of sorts, it is said. "Ajith is always referred to as king of opening. It has been proved once again," they add.

Sun Pictures, which is distributing 'Mankatha' in association with Radhika Sarathkumar's Radaan Media, is releasing the film in over 300 theatres in Tamil Nadu. "Since there are two holidays this week (Ramzan and Vinayaka Chathurthi), no doubt that the movie would see a gala opening," according to trade circles.

Produced by Dhayanidhi Alagiri's Cloud Nine Movies and directed by Venkat Prabhu, 'Mankatha' is actually a multi-starrer, with the most powerful role played by the Thala. Others in the cast are Arjun, Trisha, Andrea Jeremiah, Anjali, Lakshmi Rai, Premgi Amaran and Vaibhav.
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'Mankatha' USA release details, in here!

CInemimi[Monday, August 29, 2011]
Mankatha' is seeing a release in 34 locations at USA! It truly can't get bigger than this. Online ticketing is currently open in many locations. Check out the below and book your tickets in advance for Thala Ajith's game, 'Mankatha'!

Big cinemas Locations:
Phoenix Big Cinemas Dos Lagos Stadium 15
Big Cinemas Towne 3, San Jose, CA
Big Cinemas Freemont, CA
Big Cinemas Norwalk, CA
Big Cinemas Columbia Park, NJ
Big Cinemas Movie City, Edison, NJ
Big Cinemas Peach Tree, Atlanta, GA
Big Cinemas Golf Glenn, Chicago, IL
Big Cinemas Loehmanns, VA

Cinemark Locations:
Austin, TX Tinsel Town
Century 20 Great Mall and XD, Milpitas, CA
Century Folsom 14 (Sacramento)
Century Aurora (Denver), CO
Cinemark Movies 10, Charlotte (Matthews), NC
Cinemark Warren, Detroit, MI

Other Locations:
The Screens at the Continent - Columbus
Georgetown 14 Cinemas - Indianapolis
West Hills -Laemmle Fallbrook - Los Angeles
Reading Cinemas, Carmel Mountain 12 - San Diego
Fun Asia Hollywood, Dallas, TX
Fun Asia, Houston, TX
MyGalaxy Cinema Raleigh
Britton 8 Tampa, Florida
Bloomfield 8 Cinema - Connecticut
Entertainment Cinemas, Boston, MA
Navrang Theaters, Roswell, GA
Peoria, IL
Bloomfield, IL
Green Bay, WI
Milwaukee, WI
Madison, WI
Mann Maple Grove, Minneapolis
Pollack Tempe Cinemas, Tempe, AZ
Totem Lake Seattle, WA
Click Here To See 'Mankatha'Official Website

Siddharth and Amala team up?

SiddharthCinemimi[Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
Rumour mills in tinsel town is that chocolate boy Siddharth and Tamil cinema's new sensation, Amala Paul will be seen together in a new film titled 'Kadhalil Sodhapuvathu Eppadi'.

It is said that this project will be directed by Balaji and have music tuned in by Thaman, while Y Not Studios will produce the film. Cinematography is said to be done by Nirav Shah.

However, an official announcement hasn't been made yet and we can't be sure if the project will take off immediately as Amala Paul is currently busy with a Telugu project, due to which she opted out of Aishwarya Dhanush's biggie, '3'.
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Vijay is super happy

VelayudhamCinemimi [Tuesday, August 30, 2011]
The success of 'Velayudham' audio launch in Madurai has made Vijay extremely happy. The Ilayathalapathy has thanked his fans for taking pains to attend the event and for making it a grand spectacle.

"It is because of my fans I am here now. They have been supporting me in my each and every step and the audio launch of Velayudham is a milestone in that aspect. I am overwhelmed with their affection," says Vijay.

Requesting his fans and the members of Vijay Makkal Iyakkam to concentrate on public work without losing focus on their family and career, the actor says, "Like how I am important to them, they are important to me as well."

The music of 'Velayudham' was launched in Madurai on Sunday evening, in the presence of thousands of Vijay fans from all over Tamil Nadu. On the occasion, Vijay donated cows, sewing machines and iron boxes, besides proving financial assistance to students.Click Here To See - 'Velayudham' Official Website
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Vanitha Vijayakumar to reunite with ex-husband

Cinemimi [Monday, August 29, 2011]
In a sudden turn of events, Vanitha Vijayakumar has parted ways with her second husband Rajan and expressed her desire to reunite with former husband Aakash, saying that the future of her children is important to her.

"It was a mutual decision taken by me and Rajan after several rounds of talks. We decided that I should take care of my children and he would take care of his own interests. My son Vijay Sri Hari has taught a lesson to me," she said.

Talking to journalists, the 'Manikkam' fame actress, who is the daughter of veteran Vijayakumar added: "Vijay Sri Hari made me realise the need to stay together with Aakash. I also understand that Aakash is a nice parent."

"I went to my home and spoke to my mother. However I am yet to speak to my father," Vanitha said and expressed regret at her acts in the past, such as leveling allegations against Vijayakumar and Aakash, while seeking custody of Vijay Srihari.

A temple for Hansika?

Cinemimi [Monday, August 29, 2011]
Well the new girl on board Kollywood, Hansika Motwani, who is just two films old in Tamil is awaiting the release of her third film in Tamil 'Velayudham' where she will be pairing with Ilayathalapathy Vijay. Though this film is an out and out hero-oriented subject, fans across Tamil Nadu are looking forward to see the bubbly Hansika Motwani playing Vijay's heroine.

Hansika will also play the female lead in Rajesh's 'Oru Kal Oru Kannadi' which will catapult Udhayanidhi Stalin in Kollywood as hero.

The young actress, who is compared to be a younger version of Kushboo, has won fans across the state for her cherub-by and glam doll looks. Some sources have even revealed that some fans in Madurai are even planning to erect a temple for Hansika!

If their thoughts are put into action then she will be joining the list of Kushboo and Namitha, actress for whom temples have been erected in the state! Sources close to the pretty damsel have revealed that, building temples for mere humans and elevating them to the extent of almighty is an idea which scares Hansika.

Whether the idea will soon see light of the day, we'll have to wait to know...
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Saturday, August 27, 2011

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Ilaiyaraja's special act for Nayanthara

Cinemimi[Sunday, August 28, 2011]
Ilaiyaraja has composed the music for Nayanthara's swansong Sri Rama Rajyam with Telugu star, Balakrishna. For this film Isaignani has composed as many as 14 songs! The maestro has made it a habit to work only on projects that he feels passionate about and this film based on one of India's great epics, the Ramayana seems to have prompted him to exercise his musical genius like never before.

Nayan plays Sita in the film. She is said to have buried herself in the character and put her heart and soul into it as this will be her last outing on the silver screen. After this Nayan is going to focus on her personal life. And with Ilaiyaraja's soul - stirring music in the background, she will bid adieu to her fans.

'Velayudham' sees official website launch!

Cinemimi[Sunday, August 28, 2011]
Velayudham', Ilayathalapathy Vijay's first ever superhero project has seen an official website launch! This film also stars Hansika Motwani as Vijay�s love interest and Genelia D' Souza as a television reporter. Music is by Vijay Antony who has given fast peppy tracks for this racy entertainer, the audio will be unveiled tomorrow.VelayudhamCinemimi has designed the official website for this Vijay biggie, 'Velayudham'. You can log on the website for interesting and never seen before pictures from the film, download exclusive wallpapers, read about the film and a lot more! You can also listen to 'Velayudham' tracks legally in here once the film sees an audio launch!

'Velayudham' sees Vijay as a commoner turned superhero and showcases how a common person, when pushed into situations where his own kin are at stake, will take up power in his hands to teach the baddies a lesson. The film has stunts choreographed by Tom Delmar from Hollywood.

Don't forget to post in your feedback about the official website of 'Velayudham', and your expectations on the film, for we�ll make sure the cast and crew will get a glimpse of your feedback. Click here to log on to 'Velayudham' official website...
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Tamannah's presence should do the trick

Cinemimi [Sunday, August 28, 2011]
Kandein Kadhalai has been dubbed in Telugu as Priya Priyathama and the film is due to be released soon. This film’s audio launch happened recently in Hyderabad with its heroine Tamannah participating in the event and releasing the audio CD.

Priya Priyathama is a remake of the Hindi blockbuster Jab We Met and the film was a hit in Tamil as well. It has been directed by R Kannan and stars Bharath and Tamannah in the lead roles.

It may be mentioned here that Tamannah is one of the top actresses in Tollywood today and the filmmakers feel that this film would turn out to be a hit with her sheer presence.

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