Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Cinema Company targets Prithviraj

Cinema Company Targets Prithviraj
Last week’s release Cinema Company, directed by Mamas, has a character modeled on Prithviraj.
The character is affectionately called ‘Raju’, which happens to be Prithviraj’s popular name as well. Played by a new actor, who has a striking resemblance with the young hero, the character in the film does everything to remind the real life star.
In fact, Prithviraj has been a target earlier as well, especially in the Internet, where videos and comments have been posted against him aplenty.
There have been mentions about stars in other films as well, Cinema Company seems to have targeted the hero, in a rather ‘harsh’ way. 


There has been a major power failure in north India since late Sunday night affecting at least six states.

The states affected include Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, UP, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan.

"Yes there are problems with Northern Grid, we are trying to restore it", said SK Soonee, CEO of Power System Operating Co (PSOC).

PSOC manages the Northern Power Grid. Officials sources said while the exact reasons for the grid failure are being ascertained , over drawl of power by states could have led to the problem.
The restoration of the grid may take a few more hours even as the engineers are trying to restore it since early morning.

Power supply in some pockets is being restored and the first priority is for public services like hospitals and transport.

"We are hoping to restore the grid in the next one or two hours. We are giving essential loads for services like Railways, Metro and Hospitals," chairman and managing director of Power Grid Corporation AM Nayak said.

Saina Nehwal sails into pre-quarterfinals of London Olympics

India's ace shuttler Saina Nehwal cruised into the knockout stage of the women's singles competition after notching up a comfortable straight-game win over Belgium'sLianne Tan in a group stage match on Monday. 

The world number five Indian did not need to exert herself and was in complete control of the match as she saw off the Belgium girl 21-4, 21-14 in just 24 minutes at the Wembley arena. 


The fourth seed Indian is likely to take on Chinese-born Yao Jie of The Netherlands, ranked 20th in the world, in the knockout stage. 

The 22-year-old Indian was in her dominating best as she judged the shuttle well and had better idea of the court. She anticipated the moves of her opponent very easily and took just nine minutes to wrap up the first game in her favour. 

Gagan Narang qualifies for 10m air rifle finals in the Olympics

Proud moment
Gagan Narang had everything in shooting to his name barring an Olympic medal. His disappointment of missing out at Beijing was always apparent in his interviews. But, at the London Games, Narang got his much awaited and much cherished Olympic medal. A bronze medal to his name and he has probably got everything in shooting now.

As the Indian fans went in a state of shock seeing 2008 Beijing Olympics gold medalist Abhinav Bindra get knocked out in the qualifying round, Narang had made it to the finals with an impressive qualifying score. Bindra who made the entire country proud by winning the first ever gold medal in the individual category in 2008 couldn’t defend his title but Narang was still in the reckoning.

India’s only individual Olympic gold medallist Bindra failed to qualify as he shot 594 to finish 16th out of 47 contestants.

There was a ray of hope as Narang lived up to the expectations in the qualifying round. As Indian athletes failed one after another at the London Games 2012, Gagan Narang rose to the occasion as he shot bronze in the 10m Air Rifle event. 

The Hyderabad based marksman scored 598 points which got him the third spot, just a point behind the number one and two qualifiers – World No. 1 Niccolo Campriani of Italy and Romania`s Moldoveanu Alin George who both came up with an Olympic-record equalling 599.

Narang finished with a 10.3 and then a 10.7 to snatch a bronze medal away from China`s Wang Tao. It was a relief for the man who had narrowly missed a medal at the Beijing Games. As the crowd cheered for Abhinav Bindra at the Beijing Games, Narang stood in utter disappointment having missed the podium by the margin of one point.

This time he made sure that he didn’t go through a similar experience. He came up with a formidable performance and defeated the best in the business to end India’s drought at 2012 Olympics. 

Monday, July 30, 2012

Bollywood star Sherlyn Chopra poses naked for Playboy

Bollywood actress Sherlyn Chopra posed naked for an upcoming issue of Playboy. That makes her the subject of Playboy's first nude photo shoot featuring a woman from India.
Hugh Hefner was not the brains behind the decision to photograph a woman from India for the first time; it was actually Sherlyn Chopra herself who came up with the idea. The 28-year-old actress wrote a letter to Playboy offering to pose nude, and representatives from the magazine were quick to accept her offer.
According to the Huffington Post, "A press conference earlier this week heralded the addition of a 'Bollywood goddess' to the pantheon of beauties who've appeared on the pages of Hugh Hefner's magazine."
Nude photos of Sherlyn Chopra will appear in the November issue of Playboy, but not in her home country of India. Playboy is banned there. Chopra is already facing criticism for the racy photos, and they haven't even been released yet. However, she is looking upon her unique distinction as the first woman from India to pose naked for Playboy as an achievement. She told the BBC, I have become the first Indian to pose naked for Playboy and nobody can take away that achievement from me," as quoted by the Inquisitor.
It remains to be seen whether Sherlyn Chopra's appearance in Playboy will inspire fellow Bollywood actresses Kajal Aggarwal and Aishwarya Rai to follow suit and pose nude, but it seems unlikely.

IndiGo owner entering into retail at Metro stations, highways

InterGlobe, which owns budget carrier IndiGo, is now making a foray intoretailing at Metro stations and on highways. Its subsidiary InterGlobe Retail has started opening shops at Delhi Metro stations with an investment of Rs 20-22 crore, and toll highways are next on the list. Carrying the US chain of stores under brand name 'Hudson News and Cafe', these stores would be offering travel essentials like food items and magazines. 

InterGlobe had tied up with Swiss firm Dufry (which owns the brand name Hudson) to bid for duty free shops at Indian airports. While it has so far not opened any duty free shop and will bid for the new Mumbai airport, the group decided to use this franchise at Delhi Metro Rail Corp (DMRC) and highways. Moreover, airport duty free area bidding is a long-term affair and the InterGlobe-Dufry combine did not want to wait for years to make a start in India. 

Anna Hazare begins fast-unto-death

Gandhian Anna Hazare began his fast-unto-death on Sunday at Jantar Mantar. His team members including Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai are already on an indefinite fast.
Inspite of his team asking him not to undergo fast considering his health, Anna decided to go ahead. Initially not much crowd was seen at the venue of the fast leading to debates in the media if the movement had lost its momentum. However, around six to seven thousand crowds came in yesterday.
Anna took on Congress and BJP yesterday saying the country’s future does not lie safe in their hands but said he himself will not fight the elections though he would campaign for those with clean background selected by people.

Elaborate arrangements for Nehru Trophy Boat Race

The Nehru Trophy Boat Race (NTBR) Society, which is organising the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, has made elaborate arrangements for the 60th edition of the race this year.
In connection with the diamond jubilee of the nehru trophy boat race, the race is to be made into a three day event this year. The snake boat race will be held on the second Saturday of August. Kayaking, canoeing, speed boat race and women’s special boat race will be new additions to the event.
The three-day event will kick off with the competitions of small boats and friendly race off snake boats. Kayaking, canoeing and competitions of speedboat will be held on the second day and the event will conclude with the snake boat race on the final day.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

London Olympics: India clueless about mystery woman at march past

 london olympics 2012 indian team mystry woman
The presence of an unidentified lady beside flagbearer Sushil Kumar in the Indian contingent during the opening ceremony of the Olympics has prompted the country's miffed officials to take up the issue with the Games organisers.

A young lady in red shirt and blue trouser was seen leading the Indian contingent in the march past alongside Beijing Games bronze-medal winner Sushil Kumar and her unwanted presence has not gone down well with the Indians who had no clue as to who she was.

Acting chef de mission of the Indian contingent Brig P K Muralidharan Raja is understandably agitated that a person who was not part of the delegation was allowed to accompany the team and hog the limelight in the process.

"She had no business to walk in with the Indian contingent and we are taking up the issue with the organisers. We don't know who she is and why she was allowed to walk in. It is a shame that she was with the athletes in the march past", Raja told PTI here.

"We were initially told that she would accompany the contingent till the track but she went on to take the entire lap. There was another man also but he stayed back and did not enter the stadium," Raja added.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

London Olympics 2012 Opening Ceremony Photos

London: From Boyle’s Isles of Wonder, a green and pleasant land, John Milton’s capital city of Hell (Pandemonium) to James Bond and Mr. Bean's Chariots of Fire cameo, London lived up to the expectation of presenting a swanky opening ceremony for the XXX Olympiad. But, with the final lighting of the Olympic cauldron, London took the ceremony to a different height to a differnt dimension - The cauldron consisting of 204 petals, one for each competing nation, were lit by seven young athletes chosen by British Olympic champions and to end it all, Paul McCartney's Hey Jude -- well done London, well done Danny Boyle.

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Paul McCartney sings Hey Jude in the Olympic Stadium.

AND THE OLYMPIC CAULDRON IS LIT. Fireworks go off all over the Olympic Park as clips of iconic Olympic moments are played.

The cauldron was designed by Thomas Heatherwick.

The next generation of Olympians are lighting the Olympic Cauldron. The cauldron consists of 204 petals, one for each competing nation or territory, which were lit by seven young athletes chosen by British Olympic champions.

The seven youngsters meet and are hugged by their mentors and now they make their way into the centre of the stadium and there is the cauldron.

Sir Steve Redgrave passes the flame to young rower. Each Torchbearer and Ambassador nominated a talented young athlete to carry the Flame.

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And here comes the Olympic flame through Thames, Sir Steve Redgrave takes it, with David Beckham besides it. Redgrave enters the stadium.

There are nine Flagbearers, representing our common aspiration to the best we can be.

Haile Gebreselassie - an inspirational beacon of hope.

Sally Becker -we salute her courage and compassion.

Shami Chakrabati CBE - an eloquent voice raised for human rights and freedom, recognised for her integrity.

Doreen Lawrence OBE - a passionate campaigner for reform.

Leymah Gbowee - a great peace maker.

Ban Ki-Moon - powerful advocate of cooperation.

Daniel Barenboim - believes in the possibilty of harmony in place of conflict.

Marina Silva - United Nations champion of the Earth.

Muhammad Ali - respect, confidence, conviction, dedication, generosity and spiritual strength.

And Her Majesty The Queen declares the Games open!!!

"I want to thank the entire team at the London Organising Committee - ably led by Lord Coe - for their excellent and hard work." Jacques Rogge - President of the IOC

"To my fellow countrymen, I say thank you for making all this possible." Seb Coe - Chair of the London 2012 Organising Committee

'Bike a.m.' segment that celebrates the bicycle - not just its part in the Games, but its role in ordinary life.

So we come to the end of the Parade of Nations and it is the Artic Monkeys entertaining the crowd now.

And finally the hosts, Great Britain. 

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That is LeBron James of USA.

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It is the 'Super Serb' Novak Djokovic.

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World No.1 Women's tennis player Maria Sharapova leds the Russian charge.

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The Indian contingent led by Sushil Kumar.

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The Jamaicans led by the fastest man on earth, Usain Bolt.

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Hockey player Natascha Keller is carrying the Flag for Germany. She made her debut in Atlanta 1996 and won a gold medal in Athens 2004. Her grandfather Erwin Keller won a silver medal in hockey at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Her father Carsten Keller won a gold medal in hockey at the 1972 Olympic Games.

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The 2008 Beijing Olympics table toppers China in Red

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Australia comes in now led by three time Silver medal winner basketball star Lauren Jackson.

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Team Argentina

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Parade of Nations, 204 nations lead by Greece, flag bearer is Taekwondo star Alexandros Nikolaidis.

THE MOMENT HAS COME NOW: Parade of Nations

And there dives the Queen , snap from the Queen's royal entrance. A person dressed as Queen Elizabeth II parachutes into the Olympic stadium during the Opening Ceremony.

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Emeli Sandé sings ‘Abide With Me’. Fifty dancers, including the choreographer Akram Khan, dramatise the struggle between life and death.

Look who paid a visit, it is MR.BEAN

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Montage video of Olympic torch relay, from 1948 when the flame was brought to Wembley and it is again being brought back to the Olympic stadium through River Thames and guess who is the driver, DAVID BECKHAM.

Now a tribute to Sir Tim Bernad Lee, the creator of World Wide Web. His innovative thinking has changed the way we communicate for ever, and is reflected in the use of social media to arrange a Saturday night out. The stroy earlier depicted through characters Frankie and June.

It is a love stroy depicted through music from each decade.

Some funky groovy beats in now as Mum and Dad stay at home and watch TV, teenage son plays video games but the teenage girl – June – is getting ready to go out dancing. Music from 60s. 70s and 90s as Frankie chases June.

From offical site of London Olympics, "Frankie and June say...

The story starts in an ordinary house – the kind of house in which most British people live. Our fictional family – played by non-professional volunteers, chosen from among our volunteers – is ready for Saturday night".

And there is Lord Voldemort

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Mr. Bean's appearance was a surprise but full of laughter as usual.

You better believe it guys, it is MR.BEAN at the Olympic stadium.The London Symphony Orchestra are performing the theme from the film most associated with the Olympics; Chariots of Fire with a very familiar face joining them on keyboard, Rowan Atkinson as Mr, Bean and that is classic English humour on display.

And this is how the 5 rings are forged. The Olympic rings are lit with pyrotechnics during the Opening Ceremony.

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And here comes Mary Poppins to banish all the nightmares. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! 

The great villains of British literature appear as puppets, including Captain Hook from Peter Pan, Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians, Voldemort from Harry Potter and the Childcatcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang come into the Olympic Stadium.

Tributes paid to the nurses and the national health system, music by Mike Oldfield.

London 2012 ?@London2012
'God Save The Queen', the National Anthem of the UK, is sung in the Stadium 

The Union Flag is carried into the Stadium to be raised by representatives of the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force.

A huge GASP all around the stadium as Her Majesty The Queen dives off the plane (you would know it is not her). The Queen has just 'parachuted' into the Olympic Stadium...what a royal entrace.

And wait for this, it is Daniel Craig, though it is a video and he is meeting the Queen at the Palace, escorting the Queen from the Buckingham Palace to the the Olympic stadium and that is for real. Helicopter hovering above the stadium.

@London 2012 ?Her Majesty The Queen leaves Buckingham Palace with James Bond 007 (played by Daniel Craig) by helicopter... #OpeningCeremony

965 drummers in unison and with that entralling music, the five olympic rings are forged high above the stadium.

@London2012 Giant Olympic Rings are glowing, having been forged from red-hot metal. They're rising high above the field of play #OpeningCeremony

This segment ‘Pandemonium’ is under way and right at the middle of the stadium rises 7 chimneys, 5 beam engines, 6 looms, 1 crucible and 1 water wheel, the industrial revolution on dispaly.

Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins ring a bell during the Opening Ceremony.

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It is the great England histroy on display now.

Caliban’s speech from Shakespeare’s The Tempest is spoken by the character of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Britain’s mostrevered engineer. Followed by the drumming is led by Dame Evelyn Glennie.She is profoundly deaf since childhood.

And they are playing cricket at the Olympics opening ceremony.

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'Jerusalem' is sung in the Olympic Stadium; 'Londonderry Air' from the Giant's Causeway, N.Ireland.

Final countdown begins and Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins is up on the stage and he rings the bell. The Olympic Bell sounds.... it's the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games! The Olympic Bell is the largest harmonically tuned bell in the world and was made by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry, whose workshop is just a few miles from the Stadium.

This from the offical London Olympics twitter handle @London2012 "Right now, musician Frank Turner is leading the Olympic Stadium in a singalong - must be an amazing feeling #OpeningCeremony".

Here is Danny Boyle at the Olympic stadium. 

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It’s stopped raining so they will be underway in 20 minutes meanwhile the coverage of the opening ceremony on TV will be on in 15 minutes.

Twitterverse tweeting that the prologue has just finished and Danny Boyle is on stage.

Courtesy: Kevin McCallum ?@KevinMcCallum
The prologue has just about finished...Danny Boyle is on the stage...

Oh God! It just started to rain. This was not supposed to happen.

The Tweeteverse are abuzz but the coverage on TV is yet to start.

The Opening Ceremony prologue has begun on the Green and Pleasant Land!

We are just hours away from the opening of the biggest sporting extravaganza and to witness Danny Boyle's 'Isles of Wonder' Olympic Opening Ceremony and here at Zeenews.com you would able to catch all the live updates of the opening ceremony.

ALSO READ: India at Olympics: History 

There would sheeps, Paul McCartney, James bond and even a cricket match as Oscar award winning director Danny Boyle will present to the world a glimpse of England and a spectacle to match the 2008 Beijing Olympics opening ceremony.

People have started puring in for the Olympics opening ceremony. Click on the pic to go to the Photo Gallery.


A day before 10,500 sportsmen and women from 204 competing nations try to fulfil their dreams, the opening ceremony will be officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and will feature 15,000 performers, £27 million and three hours of entertainment

Live: Opening Ceremony, London Olympics 2012

The night for which over 10,000 athletes and billions of fans around the world are waiting for is here. The Olympic Games, world’s biggest sporting extravaganza, gets underway in the historic city of London.
The Opening Ceremony is the mastermind of Danny Boyle, the Oscar-winning director best known for hit movies 'Trainspotting' and 'Slumdog Millionaire'. The event depicts Great Britain’s past, present and future. A billion people across the globe are expected to watch the $42.4m show, featuring 10,000 adult volunteers and 900 children.
A small segment will feature Daniel Craig, the lead character of the famous Bond series movies. Queen Elizabeth II will be received at the entrance of the stadium by IOC president Jacques Rogge. Then an 'SOS segment', featuring NHS nurses, Mary Poppins and footage from Chariots of Fire.
Live: Opening Ceremony, London Olympics 2012
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Then the athletes will make their way into the stadium. Greece’s contingent will be the first to enter, followed by the other nations in the alphabetical order, ending with Great Britain. It will be followed by the speeches from IOC president Rogge and officials from the Games’ Organizing Committee.
The oath-taking ceremony will be followed by entry of the Olympic torch which will enter the stadium after its 70-day, 8,000-mile journey around Britain. Then finally the much-kept secret of who will light the Olympic cauldron will be disclosed.A concept image of the London Olympic stadium in East London.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Right to Service becomes law in Kerala

 With the Kerala assembly Wednesday passing the Right to Service Bill, 2012, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has kept his promise of making available services to the people within a specified time.
Thirteen specified government services come under the ambit of the new law.
These are issue of certificates of birth and death; denomination of caste, income and domicile; electricity connection to households and commercial shops; domestic water connections and issue of ration cards.
The other services are receipts to complaints filed with the police; issue of a copy of the First Information Report; police intervention in grievous crimes; time-bound verification of passport and employment status; issue of copy of post-mortem report and releasing of vehicles under custody.
The law guarantees delivery of specified services within a stipulated time period and if this does not happen, a penalty will be imposed on the official concerned.
People can now avail these services at offices of concerned government departments, local self-government institutions besides public sector undertakings.

First overseas centre for Indian pension scheme to open in Dubai

India to open centre in Dubai to enrol thousands of Indian expats in pension scheme
Abu Dhabi: The Government of India will soon open a centre in Dubai to enrol thousands of Indian expatriate workers in its ambitious Pension and Life Insurance Fund (PLIF).
The voluntary scheme offering three important benefits will help the skilled and unskilled workers to save money for their old age, to have financial means when they go back home and a life insurance cover for Rupee 100,000 (Dh6,500) during their work abroad.
About 65 per cent of more than two million Indians in the UAE are blue collar workers and they will get an early opportunity to enrol in the scheme.

Kerala State Electricity Board for hike in power tariff

The high-powered committee of the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has decided to urge the State Electricity Regulatory Commission to allow realisation of higher power tariff from domestic consumers, who consume more than 150 units a month.
The committee has also recommended imposing a 30 per cent power cut on industrial and commercial consumers. The order of the regulatory commission in an earlier recommendation for tariff hike is likely to come out soon. The commission is mulling a 30 per cent hike along with fixed charge from all consumers to reduce KSEB’s revenue deficit.

With the availability of water in the state’s hydel projects declining on account of poor monsoon, KSEB feels it may have to impose power cuts and load shedding to tide over the crisis.

According to state power minister Aryadan Muhamed, the government would convene an all-party meeting to discuss the power crisis in the state. According to board, the dams under it has so far received only 48 per cent of the projected inflow of water this monsoon.
This after 56 days of the current monsoon season.

Smart City Phase-I to be complete in 18 months

The first phase of Kerala’s mega IT infrastructure project, Smart City in Kochi, will be completed in 18 months, said chief minister Oommen Chandy.
Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, he said that the implementation of the project will not be delayed and it will be commissioned within the time schedule fixed earlier with the state government and TECOM of Dubai, the overseas partner in the project. There are some minor issues with the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) and this will be solved amicably. The project will not be delayed due to this, he said.

Pranab Mukherjee sworn-in as 13th President Photos

Pranab Mukherjee sworn-in as 13th President

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Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday became the 13th President of India capping a five-decade career that saw him play significant roles in government, Parliament and party.  

GoM approves compensation package from Boeing

AI Express neglecting Kerala: Chandy
A Group of Ministers (GoM) on Wednesday approved a compensation package sought by Air India from US aircraft maker Boeing for a four-year delay in delivery of Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes.
"The GoM considered it and now we will send it to the CCEA (Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs). ... It will be taken up whenever the next CCEA meeting is held," Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh told reporters after a meeting of the GoM headed by Home Minister P. Chidambaram.
A meeting of the CCEA is likely to be held on Thursday.
The Minister refused to reply to queries on the amount of compensation to be paid by Boeing on grounds of confidentiality of the agreement between the aircraft manufacturer and the national carrier.
"Air India had negotiated a compensation package with Boeing because the planes were to be delivered in 2008, that is about four years delay."
"The earlier agreement was for a delay of six months and certain amount was agreed upon. That has been enhanced now," Singh said.
The GoM is understood to have looked at the terms of compensation and the amount to be paid by Boeing as per the latest agreement with Air India that was approved by its Board on May 28.
Deposing before a parliamentary committee, then AI CMD Arvind Jadhav had said, "We have slapped a compensation claim of USD 710 million. Obviously, they have confirmed USD 145 million they will pay as compensation for the delay..."

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Malayalam Actress Shobana's boyfriend blasted for betraying wife

At one time, she starred in super hits like 'Dalapathy,' 'Enakkul Oruvan,' 'Siva' and 'Idhu Namma Aalu' and was a dream girl to millions. She then opted out of the film field to concentrate totally in dance.

She still remains single and no amount of prompting by well-wishers and family to tie the knot has had any effect. Now there are rumours that she's in love with an industrialist named Rahul Nehra from Uttar Pradesh. He's already a married and divorced man.

Day before yesterday, she and Rahul Nehra have gone for a film at Inox. Mukund Kumar who is related to Rahul's first wife, saw them together and blasted Rahul. Being humiliated in public was too much and Rahul tried to slap him. Shobana stopped Rahul and took him away.

After Mammootty's son, Mohanlal, Jayaram's kids try their luck

After Mamootty's son, Dulquar Salman established himself as an actor with his film Second Show andUsthad Hotel, many star kids are trying to make a place for themselves in Mollywood.
It is common in Bollywood for star kids to follow the footsteps of their star parents and enter the big bad world of B'town. But, not many star children follow their parents career routes in Malayalam cinema. However, all that will change soon as Mohan Lal's son Pranav and Jayaram's son Kalidasan are getting ready for their Mollywood entry.
While Kalidasan has won awards for his heart rendering performance in Ente Veedu Appundeyumand Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal, Pranav too has won the best child artist state award for his performance in Punarjani. He also acted in Mohan Lal's Onnaman and Sagar alias Jacky.
A few months ago, Pranav was not very keen on making films as his career. But, if reports are to be believed, he too might plunge into films like Dulquar Salman. Now, it remains to be seen if all these star kids will create a niche for themselves or not!

Is Vineeth Sreenivasan getting married!!

Vineeth Sreenivasan, whose recent film Thattathin Marayathu is the talk of the town, is reportedly getting married on August 18th this year to his long time girlfriend in Kannur.
Treading on the path of his father, noted veteran actor Sreenivasan, Vineeth too has established himself as a singer, actor, script writer and director. If sources are to be believed, Vineeth Sreenivasan will tie the knot with his girlfriend whom he has been dating since his college days. It is learnt that the girt in question was his junior during his Engineering College days in Chennai. The marriage is likely to take place in Kannur on August 18th.
In an interview held some time back, Vineeth had mentioned about this love for lady love and said that he is madly in love with her and shares all his feelings and thoughts with her.
Well, let's hope this good news is true! Meanwhile, Vineeth Sreenivasan's just released film Thattathin Marayathu has got rave reviews from critics and the film is already declared a hit

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