Despite the growing number of films year on year.
Integrated mobile telephony major Bharti Airtel Ltd said Thursday that it is not a price point player though there may be price play in the company’s strategy to gain market share in the 3G service segment. “There are market segments that have different needs. Pricing plans to have to meet that
Action. Comedy. Multi-starrers
From the ancient times the gossips milling in the industry that the debutants are always under the supervision of the actors.
Nadunisi Naigal directed by Gautham Menon has been cleared by Chennai Regional Censor Board with an ‘A’ certificate, without a single cut. The film stars newcomer Veera along with Sameera Reddy in the lead roles.
Sizzling beauty Shriya Saran is busy with handful of projects in all south Indian languages along with offers in Bollywood and Hollywood. The actress has recently completed her forthcoming film Rowthiram with Jeeva.
Kamal Hassan is going to launch a book written by Moser Baer Entertainment chief executive Dhananjayan. ‘Moser Baer’ Dhananjayan has written the book titled The Best of Tamil Cinema and it is divided into two volumes, which has 600 pages.
Relief from soaring prices of essential commodities in 2011 is unlikely, an industry survey said Monday.
“Black Swan” actress Mila Kunis “stands by” every movie she has ever made, not just those which have been critically successful. The actress acknowledges some of her previous cinematic outings have not been commercially or critically successful, but believes the projects she has previously undertaken have helped lift her career to the point it is now at, reports contactmusic.com. “I stand by every movie that I did
After a dull 2010, Bollywood has started 2011 on a high note. Four much anticipated films – “No One Killed Jessica”, “Yamla Pagla Deewana”, “Turning 30″ and “Dhobi Ghat” – have opened to good reviews and profits at the box office.