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Vikram Swathi in Selvaraghavan’s next September 21, 2009

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…….asked to tell more about the yet-to-be-titled movie whose first schedule was shot in and around Ladakh, Selvaraghavan said, “The script would attract all sections of the audiences. More than 70 per cent of the film would be shot in the United States.”


According to sources, it’s a commercial thriller. Vikram plays a foreign return who marries a village girl (Swathy). Troubles haunt the couple in the form of another heroine (Hollywood actress). How they emerge triumphant is the rest of the story.


Rest here:

vikram0011  swathi



Loudspeaker Review

Filed under: film,Malayalam — filmizest @ 10:52 am
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 malayalam movie loudspeaker photos__ _1_

Cast : Mammootty, Gracy Singh, Jagathy Sreekumar, Nedumudi Venu, Innocent, Salim Kumar
Director : Jayaraj
Language : MalayalamScript : Ranjith
Produced by : Time Ad Release
Lyrics : Anil Panachooran
Music: Bijilal
Cinematography : Gunasekharan


Jayaraj’s ‘Loud Speaker’ is a charming film that sets forth a gentle ripple of goodness in your heart. It’s a film about being  a human;  highly gratifying piece of refreshing geniality. 




Shalini Ajith in Amarkalam (1999) – Updated

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I was recently reminded of the actress Shalini so I thought I’d post my favourite song, Sathamillatha Thanimai Keitten, one of the notable compositions by Bharathwaj,  from the film Amarkalam with her now husband Ajith Kumar.

Language – Tamil


Ufff …. they have just removed the song video off youtube. I am replacing it with a clip of a nice scene from the film.

Found the song but minus the subs. Enjoy!!

(More Here…)


UNNAIPOL ORUVAN MOVIE REVIEWs (Updated – Boxoffice news)


After keeping the movie buffs in suspense over its release due to its legal wrangles, Unnaipol Oruvan, the Tamil remake of ‘A Wednesday,’ produced by Raaj Kamal Films International has finally made it much to the relief of everyone associated with it. The job of director Chakri Toleti is easy and difficult – easy as a readymade story was in front of him and hard as he has to make the content relatable to Tamil audience. By and large, the film has remained loyal to the original script.    Read More…