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Arrest Kamalhaasan and Bigg Boss Contestants! A political party files complaint The Tamil version of Bigg Boss, hosted by Kamalhaasan, is being telecated in Vijay Television. Withing a week of launch it has faced the wrath of protests and trolls in the social media. Now a political party named Hindu Makkal Katchi has filed a complaint with Chennai Police comissioner claiming that Big Boss is obscene and ruins the Tamil culture. The complaint added that 7 men and 7 women (14 participants) who were literally strangers were staging a obscene drama in a show which is watched by crores of Tamils across the world. See the complaint letter right below..
According to Behindwoods Box Office Wing, Vikram’s Iru Mugan has grossed around 2.25 crores from its 4 days opening weekend at the Chennai city box office alone. This is an estimated total and not the official figure. Iru Mugan happens to be the 3rd highest opener of 2016 in Chennai city after Kabali and Theri. Iru Mugan also happens to be Vikram’s 2nd all-time highest opening after ‘I’ which collected close to 4 crores from its 5 days opening weekend. Top Chennai city grosser of 2016 1. Kabali - 3.5 crs (3 days opening) 2. Theri - 3 crs (4 days opening) 3. Iru Mugan - 2.25 crs (4 days opening) 4. 24 - 1.5 crs (3 days opening)

Kabali first look

17 September 2015 Written by
Kabali is an upcoming Indian Tamil mob film written and directed by Pa. Ranjith. Rajinikanth is playing the lead role, while Radhika Apte, Prakash Raj, Kishore, Kalaiyarasan, Dhansika and Dinesh Ravi appear in supporting roles. Santhosh Narayanan is composing music for the film. Everyone has eagerly been waiting for news about Rajinikanth’s next film. The Superstar is set to play a gangster in P Ranjith’s film titled Kabali. And today the first look was revealed! The Superstar looks completely suave in his three-piece-suit and grey hair. It looks like the photoshoot for the poster has been done in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In this film, Rajinikanth has retained his aged looks as he plays an aged gangster who is based in Chennai. Fans of the star had been waiting to see what his look would be in this film. The shooting of the film starts on Ganesh Chathurthi, September 17, in Chennai. The venue is apparently the Russian Cultural Centre in Alwarpet. The other place where they will be shooting is Malaysia. The ad for the film with Superstar's first look is being released in all the publications tomorrow in Chennai. Social media had been buzzing since evening as those who had seen the ad had tweeted about Rajinikanth's stylish look.

Hip Hop Tamizhan Live in KL

18 May 2015 Written by

4th July 2015 (Saturday) 8:00 pm Mega Star Arena, Kuchai Lama Emjay Events & Productions is proud to organize the debut International Concert for Mr. Adhi of HipHop Tamizhan, Live here in Malaysia. Mr. Adhi is a very well known Independent Artist and now successfully acclaimed Music Director in the Kollywood Cinema. His movies as a Music Director are Ambala and now Netru Indru Nalai , Thani Oruvan , Aranmanai 2 & many more movies in the pipeline. The Concert aims to promote continuous indulgence of "love & craze" of Malaysians towards the South Indian Cinema (Kolywood). This Concert would also promote Malaysia in whole as a second home for the South Indian based Entertainment Industry, as such creating a wider source of opportunity to local Malaysian Artist & the Malaysian Entertainment Industry. Concerts such as this would also foster relationship and would establish Malaysia as an Entertainment hub in the South-East Asia Region, attracting neighboring fans to participate and indulge themselves not only to the entertainment presented but also to the various tourism attraction's that Malaysia has. In the spirit of the Concert, the Organizers will also contribute a portion of the proceeds of the show towards the funds of 'Orphanage' and 'Old Age care Homes' in Malaysia as well as to any deserving recipients. This event will also be graced by performances of well-choreographed dancers and Talented Singers from Malaysia. Ever since his involvement in the South Indian Cinema as a Music Composer, his performance in Malaysia will be his debut. Get your tickets from: 1. Online at www.AirAsiaRedtix.com 2. Rock Corner outlets: The Gardens, Mid Valley (TEL: 03 - 2201 4893) Subang Parade (TEL: 03 - 5613 1139) The Curve (TEL: 03 - 7733 1139) 3. Victoria Music outlets: Sg Wang(TEL: 03 - 2148 7208) Amcorp (TEL: 03 - 7956 0592) Tropicana (TEL: 03 - 7722 2955) 4. Penang outlets: Artist Gallery, Gurney Plaza Artist Gallery, Queensbay Mall For enquiry only: AirAsiaRedtix Ticketing Hotline: +603 - 8775 4666. Hotline is operational from 9am-6pm, Monday - Friday. *Online ticket selling close 3 Days prior to event day, subject to availability. IMPORTANT NOTE: 1. Prices shown includes RM3.00 AirAsiaRedTix fee & 6% GST. 2. Transaction fee of RM8.00 per event applicable for Internet purchase. 3. RM5.00 reprint fee applicable if the online ticket purchaser fail to present the e-ticket for redemption on the event day. 4. Strictly no replacement for missing tickets and cancellation. 5. Online ticket selling will close 3 days prior to event day, subject to availability.

Solid Indian Temptation 2

12 February 2015 Written by
Solid Indian Temptation 2 - Saturday, 07 March 2015 at 7 PM Venue : Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre "Solid Indian Temptation 2" is a Indian Classical / Fusion music concert with renowned Artists - Piano Maestro Stephen Devassy, Singer Vijay Prakash, Singer Haricharan, Violinist Manoj George & Remya Vinay Kumar leading the way. The show opens with a carnatic vocal performance by students of " Swara layam- House of Music & Arts" and then followed by the solid band performing on various instruments packed with sensational vocals delivering a treat to music lovers. This concert showcasing such prodigious talent will be a positive impact and great motivation to all music lovers out here, also spreading and promoting the culture of Indian classical music. * No admission for infant in arms and child aged below 6 years old. Child 6 years old and above must purchase full price ticket for admission. * NO CANCELLATION or CHANGES allowed once ticket sold. * NO REFUND is allowed after a purchase is made. * LOST or DAMAGE ticket(s) will not be entertained. * Strictly no Video Recording & Photo Taking * Strictly no Video Cam, Camera (Professional & Normal ) & Tab Devices such as IPAD, Samsung Tab, etc bring into the venue * Food & drinks are not allowed. * Phone booking is available via TicketCharge (603) 9222 8811 * TicketCharge's Conditions of Sales apply.

ANIRUDH LIVE IN SUNWAY LAGOON

03 January 2015 Written by
"Anirudh Live" is a Music concert of the Young Indian Music Composer Anirudh Ravichander who shot to fame with "Why this Kolaveri di" from the Tamil Movie 3 released in 2012,will be presented by Golden Goose Entertainment in Kuala Lumpur on 31.1.2015 will be staged at Surf Beach Sunway Lagoon. It will be a complete musical show running a length of 3 hours featuring artists who have sung in Anirudh's Movie. The show will be further enhanced with international entertainers and Disc Jockey's performing throughout the show, as gap fillers in between songs to keep the audience engaged. The entire event is structured as an all - out musical show aimed at entertaining the audience throughout. Event Showtime 31 January 2015 (Saturday) 8:00pm Surf Beach,Sunway Lagoon Ticket Price Normal (10/1/15 - 31/1/15) Presales (11/12/14 - 25/12/14) Early Bird (26/12/14 - 9/1/15) VIP (Free standing) RM352 RM299.60 RM317.10 Gold (Free standing) RM152 RM129.60 RM137.10 Get your tickets from: 1. Online at www.AirAsiaRedtix.com 2. Rock Corner outlets: The Gardens, Mid Valley (TEL: 03 - 2201 4893) KLCC (TEL: 03 - 2181 5560) Subang Parade (TEL: 03 - 5613 1139) The Curve (TEL: 03 - 7733 1139) 3. Victoria Music outlets: Sg Wang(TEL: 03 - 2148 7208) Amcorp (TEL: 03 - 7956 0592) Tropicana (TEL: 03 - 7722 2955) 4. Penang outlets: Artist Gallery, Gurney Plaza Artist Gallery, Queensbay Mall 5. Tune Store Low Yat Plaza For enquiry only: Please call AirAsiaRedtix Ticketing Hotline at +603 - 8775 4666. Hotline is operational from 9am-6pm on weekdays. IMPORTANT NOTE: 1. Prices shown includes RM3.00 AirAsiaRedTix fee. 2. Transaction fee of RM8.00 per event applicable for Internet purchase. 3. RM5.00 reprint fee applicable if the online ticket purchaser fail to present the e-ticket for redemption on the event day. 4. Strictly no replacement for missing tickets and cancellation. 5. Online ticket selling will close 2 days prior to event day, subject to availability.
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http://space.io9.com/indian-becomes-4th-country-to-reach-mars-with-mangalyaa-1637844562/+katharinetrendacosta India's maiden mission to Mars, the Mangalyaan, has arrived in orbit after a 300-day marathon covering over 670 million kilometres (420 million miles). Science writer Pallava Bagla traced its journey as it neared the Red Planet. On the morning of 24 September, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) slowed down the spacecraft sufficiently so it could be caught in the orbit of Mars. "India will become the first Asian country to have achieved this and if it happens in the maiden attempt itself, India could become the first country in the world to have reached distant Mars on its own steam in the first attempt," said Isro chairman K Radhakrishnan as it approached. Both Russia and the US failed in their maiden attempts. The first Chinese mission to Mars, called Yinghuo-1, failed in 2011 alongside the Russian Phobos-Grunt mission with which it was launched. Earlier in 1998, the Japanese mission to Mars ran out of fuel and was lost. Undoubtedly, India - a late starter - is way ahead of its Asian rivals in trying to get to the Red Planet. "We are really not racing with anyone, but with ourselves to reach the next level of excellence," said Mr Radhakrishnan. 'Pink of health' India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) - an indigenously made unmanned robotic mission weighing 1,350kg (2,976lb) - was launched from the rocket port at Sriharikota on the coast of the Bay of Bengal on a balmy afternoon on 5 November last year. Since then, the mission "has been in the pink of health", says Isro, and has been cruising at breakneck speed to reach close to Mars, half-way around the Sun. The 4.5bn rupee ($74m; £45m) mission is, as Mr Radhakrishnan says, "the cheapest inter-planetary mission ever to be undertaken by the world". On his visit to India's rocket port on 30 June, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: "The [making of the] Hollywood movie Gravity cost more than our Mars mission - this is a great achievement." India's low-cost and quick turnaround satellite mission has been attracting a lot of global attention from the scientific community that seeks to better understand the mysterious Mars. On the morning of 24 September Indian time, Isro re-oriented Mangalyaan and fired its on-board rocket motor for about 24 minutes to slow the spacecraft. It was a very tricky operation - if it did not slow down sufficiently, it would have missed being caught by the gravity of Mars and the mission could have be lost in outer space; but if the rocket engine had fired more than required it could have slowed the Mangalyaan so much that it risked crashing down on to the red soil of Mars. Since 1960, there have been 51 global missions to Mars and the overall success rate stands at 42% so the odds were loaded against the Indian Martian entry. M Annadurai, head of the Indian Mars mission, said he was "confident that the laws of physics will favour India and the country could have its first robotic Martian baby soon". 'Delusional dream?' Isro dubs the mission a "technology demonstrator", essentially showcasing to the world that India is no longer a country of snake charmers but a high-tech hub that has developed its technology against the odds and stringent sanctions. The mission also makes a big global geo-political statement ahead of Mr Modi's imminent visit to the US. In its six-month life, the mission will study the atmosphere of Mars and search for methane gas while asking that eternal question that has dogged humanity: "Are we alone in the universe?" Within hours of its arrival in the orbit, the spacecraft is expected to relay the first images taken by an Indian eye of the Red Planet and help decipher why and how Mars lost its liquid water. These are important questions essential for the long-term survival of human beings on Earth. In the sprint for the Martian marathon, India has shown its technological capability and resilience to undertake arduous inter-planetary journeys. Many, however, say this bid to reach Mars is a "delusional dream" of India seeking super-power status since 400 million Indians still live without electricity and 600 million people still do not have access to toilets. However, in real terms, the Mangalyaan has cost India just about four rupees (seven cents; four pence) per person - which is chicken feed for a country of 1.2 billion people. India sees the Mars mission as an opportunity to beat its regional rival China in reaching the planet, and with destination Mars within touching distance, it may after all meet that target. Pallava Bagla is a correspondent for Science and science editor for New Delhi Television. He is the co-author with Subhadra Menon of Reaching for the Stars: India's Journey to Mars and Beyond

What can we expect from our favourite top leading heroes in Kollywood for the year 2014, what happened over the year 2013 and the prediction for 2014. We bring you those information here

Rajinikanth:

Jakkama predicts a tantalizing 2014 ahead for the superstar, with his maiden venture into Motion capture technology. Kochadaiyaan is more than a family affair with some clear cut graphics in Indian cinema for the first time. Though it was rather a quiet 2013, the magic ball predicts big for 2014.

Kamal Hassan:

The wheel of fortune spun rather late for Ulaganayagan after his movie was struck by controversies and finally the release with an awestricken performance in Vishnwaroopam. 2014 is predicted to be a mixed fortune as Kamal is set to don the sequel as well as a comedy outing in Uthama Villain.

Vijay:

Ilayathalapathy’s in Thalaivaa was one of the most spoken controversies with the delay in release taking a toll on the entire crew. The stars were in the right position, but somehow ill luck came its way for Vijay in 2013. However 2014 promises to be a fruitful year with AR Murugadoss’s untitled flick and Pongal release with Malayalam biggie Mohanlal.

Ajith:

This year proved to be a beginning of all sorts for Thala, yes Arrambam was a style statement crossing 50 days and still on. Studying the palm of Thala shows that his 2014 will sport him in traditional Vesti avatar for Veeram and then another surprise element with Gautam V Menon!

Vikram:

The planets were not in the right places for this dude all around 2013, with his solo release David doing just ok. But that is not justice as he is quite busy in a mega budget Shankar movie “Ai” in 2014 which is one of the most promising flicks.

Suriya:

His sign reads Leo “The Lion” and very much exactly he roared in Singam 2. The signs never go wrong as this man marched 2013 with a commendable sequel and even though the Gautam Menon project did not take off, 2014 will see him in Venkat prabhu’s yet to take off flick and a Lingusamy outing as well.

Dhanush:

Reading his horoscope we find the pan Indian element quite high and why not, for the actor had a great debut in Bollywood with Raanjhaana and a good thump in Maariyan. But the lone loss in 2013 came in form of Naiyyaandi. 2014 is predicted to be a great deal of hardwork with KV Anand’s Anegan, Velaiyila Patathari, Vettrimaran’s untitled flick and the Bollywood movie with Amitabh. 

Silambarasan:

In terms of movies, not so lucky 2013 with just a cameo in Santhanam’s KLTA. But love life came out pretty good with Hansika. Next year will be different with award winning director Pandiaraj’s untitled venture, Sattendru maaruthu Vaanilai, Vaalu and Vettai Mannan. Not to single out the International album he is been making for some time. Let’s see how the lady luck can help STR!

Karthi:

The circle of fortune turned bright quite late, with early 2013 proving out to be disastrous with Alex pandian, then again with All in All Azhagu Raja, but a thumping end with Biryani. The planets are getting in right motion for this star who is set to act in Ranjith’s Kaali in 2014.

Vijay Sethupathi:

Jakkama’s favorite star is here, her predictions in 2013 came briteeee for this star with Soodhu Kaavum one of the best dark humors in Tamil cinema. His IAB was a fair seller with his acting being the hot talk. 2014 will see him in half a dozen movies like Rummy, Pannaiyarum Padminiyum, Idam Porul Eval, Vasantha Kumaran, Purampokku, Vanmam, Mellisai, Sangudevan. Phew!

Siva Karthikeyan:

The prophecy for Siva Karthikeyan the anchor man turning to big time actor is turning out to be great, with Ethirneechal, Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam, Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga all family entertainers which made brisk business. Now 2014 will see him in Maan Karate, Ponram Project with Thirupathi brothers production, Dhanush production Ethirneechal Team.

Arya:

Jolly boy Arya’s horoscope for 2014 seems to be bankable with two movies: Purambooku directed by SP Jananthan, casting along with Vijay Sethupathi and another just about titled flick Meagaamann. 2013 had four releases in a mixed fortune quotient: Settai the remake, Blockbuster Raja Rani, Selva’s fantasy Irandam Ulagam and Arrambam.

Nala Kalam Porakuthu Nala Kalam Porakuthu, Jakkama has given you a glimpse of what was in store and what is yet to come. Keep reading Kollywood’s horoscope at Indiaglitz and all your wishes will come true in 2014!

Vijay and Suriya tops satellite rights

12 September 2013 Written by

With festivals around the corner, Tv channels are trying hard to get the best movies to increase the TRP rights. Top channels like Sun, kalainger, Vijay Tv, Jaya and Zee Tamil are fighting hard to bag top movies.

Reports to be believed few days back, satellite rights for Vijay's 'Thalaivaa' and 'Jilla' were sold for whopping 15 crores to Sun tv. Meanwhile, 'Studio Green'K.E.Gnanavel Raja posted in a social media that satellite rights for All In All Azhagu Raja and Briyani sold for 11.5 crores each to Sun Tv.

He also added Ajith's 'Veeram' was sold for 13 crores and Suriya's next untitiled movie sold for 15 crores. Atlast producers for this m

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