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Amitabh as son Abhishek in PAA

November 24, 2009 Leave a comment

Auro (Amitabh Bachchan) is an intelligent, witty 13 yr old boy with an extremely rare genetic defect that causes accelerated ageing.

He suffers from a progeria like syndrome. Mentally he is 13, very normal, but physically he looks 5 times older. In spite of his condition, Auro is a very happy boy. He lives with his mother Vidya (Vidya Balan), who is a gynaecologist.

Amol Arte (Abhishek Bachchan), is young, progressive and a full of ideals, politician. He is out to prove to the world that ‘politics’ is not a bad word. He is a man with a mission. Auro is Amol’s son.

Paa is a ‘rare’ story about a father-son, son-father relationship.

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BSNL introduces 3G services!!!

November 24, 2009 Leave a comment

BSNL has become the pioneer in introducing 3G services in India. It launched 3G services in South India choosing Chennai as the launch pad to start with offering among other services a monitoring services from remote location through network attached storage recording solution.

The service was launched by P R Ananthan, CGM, Southern Telecom Projects of the BSNL making a video call to Liu Zhan, VP, Huawei India.

The company is aiming for 150,000 subscribers within 2 months. A launch offer enables the subscriber to make audio and video calls at 30 paise per minute for local calls while for national calls the charge will be 50 paise per minute. By default subscribers will be entitled to fifty minutes of free local video calls and 25 MB free data usage upto December 31,2009.

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Vizhiye vizhiye song lyrics – Eeram Movie

November 14, 2009 Leave a comment

Lyrics of Mazhaiye from Eeram

vizhiye vizhiye pesum vizhiye
oru paarvai paarthaai
mazhaiye mazhaiye nenjil mazhaiye
thaniye thaniye vaazhdhen thaniye
naan mannin meley
inimey inimey nee thaan thunaiye

mazhaiye mazhaiye thoovum mazhaiye
idhu kadhal thaana
thaniye thaniye nanaindhen mazhaiye
mmm maname maname theeyai kodhikkum
oru kaaichal pola
thaviyai thaviyai thavithen mazhaiye

mazhaiye mazhaiye thoovum mazhaiye
idhu kadhal thaana
thaniye thaniye nanaindhen mazhaiye
mmm maname maname theeyai kodhikkum
oru kaaichal pola
thaviyai thaviyai thaviththen mazhaiye

ey naan thaan naan thaan oru theevai irukkindren
ey nee thaan neeraai enai suttri irukkindraai

ey naan thaan naan thaan oru theevai irukkindren
ey nee thaan neeraai enai suttri irukkindraai

sollamal sollamal solvaai
sellamal sellamal selvaai

mazhayai
mazhayai

maari maari mazhaiye

un aadai pattaley oru saaral adikkiradhu
un ora punnagayal perum thooral varugiradhu
un mugathil asayum mudi enai thuliyaai nanaikkiradhu
un kaigal theenduvathaal adai mazhaiye pozhigiradhu

podhum po nee po
en kangal valikkiradhu
oh nee po nee po
en ulagam urugiradhu

vizhiye vizhiye pesum vizhiye
oru paarvai paarthaai
mazhaiye mazhaiye nenjil mazhaiye
thaniye thaniye vaazhdhen thaniye
naan maari ponen (?)
inimey inimey nee thaan thunaiye

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‘Jab We Met’ in Tamil as ‘Kandein Kadhalai’

November 7, 2009 Leave a comment
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kanden kadhalai

‘Kandein Kadhalai’ is a remake of hit Bollywood film ‘Jab We Met’, which starred Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor. Director R. Kannan has made subtle changes in the screenplay to suit Tamil audiences and it is sure to pass the box-office test with flying colours.

 The film is undoubtedly a clean family entertainment. While Bharath plays Shahid’s role, Tamannaah plays Kareena’s part of the bubbly and talkative girl.

 The film starts off just like the original – the dejected hero, hurt by a failed romance and family problems, gets into a train. The leading lady, bubbling with youthful zest, is travelling by the same train to her hometown Theni.

 When the hero is grilled by the ticket examiner for travelling without a ticket, Tamannah steps in and saves him by paying off the penalty. And when Bharath alights, the girl follows him to console him and in the process misses the train. Their journey by road to Theni, followed by Tamannaah’s quest for her lover and how her positive energy inspires Bharath to rebuild his father’s business forms the rest of the story.

 Even though Bharath falls head-over-heels in love with Tamannaah, he helps her run away from home and escorts her to her lover’s place, but Tamannah is in for a shock as her lover refuses to accept her. Bharath then finds her, brings her back to her family and after much melodrama, the hero and heroine are united.

 Bharath is definitely a revelation. In the first-half, his emotions are muted as per the needs of his character but in the second-half, he is into his elements and has a ball.

 With each film of his, he is showing signs of maturity in his acting.

 Tamannaah truly breathes life into the film. She floors the audience with her lightning smile and amazing expressions. Not only her beauty gets accentuated to the apt choice of costumes and also her non-stop chattering leaves the audiences asking for more. Santhanam has a field day and his comic acts tickle the funny bones of viewers.

 Muthiah’s cinematography is definitely one of the films strengths – the picturesque locales of Ooty have never been shown more beautifully in any other film. The music by Vidyasagar is good and soothing to the ears.

 On the flip side, the second half drags a little but is saved by an interesting climax.

Master Batsman Sachin’s Simplicity

November 7, 2009 Leave a comment
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SACHIN THE MASTER

Relaxing in his hotel room in Guwahati not quite 24 hours after he single-handedly held the cricketing world in thrall, Sachin Tendulkar was excited and thoughtful by turn as he chatted about cricket and life.

But if his knock caught his detractors on the wrong foot, the man himself — all of 36 and an incredible 20 years into the international game — said he was not surprised at knocking off 175 runs in 141 balls and running the Australians ragged in the process.

“To be honest, I always knew I could do it,” Tendulkar told HT from Guwahati. And no, racking up 75 runs in singles, twos and threes did not tire him.

On the contrary, he thinks that has been his strength. “Many of the hundreds I scored, there was a lot of running involved,” he said. I still do my regular routine (at the nets)… You do a lot of running. I always focus more on that aspect of the game. I feel if I could run well between the wickets, most of the other things would be taken care of.”

And by his own reckoning, he has many more left in him.

Tendulkar has no plans to retire, not now, not anytime soon. He said the thought of giving up cricket had not even crossed his mind. “Not at this stage. I am enjoying my game and there is cricket left in me. At this stage I’m not thinking of it at all. At some stage one will have to, but I don’t need to think about that right now. I’m just saying that when the situation arises, it’ll then be appropriate to think about it. Right now, that’s not something I want to do.”

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