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Thread: Chevalier Dr. Kamal Haasanin Mayyam - Part 9

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    anything official about AAV yet?

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    In 'Daily Thanthi'

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    Quote Originally Posted by kumarsr View Post

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    paavom....nadigar sanga electional aapu romba deepa adichitanga pola...inthama inum kuiyo muriyonu try panittu iruku against kamal ....po po ..


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    The same writer has earlier told that Thoongaavanam did not do well in terms of BO. Now he is claiming it has collected more than 35C which is its budget...

    For PN, he told in Thanthi TV that it has collected only 30C in the first week whereas Dhrisyam collected above 60C.
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    Prabhas to Kamal Haasan: Southern stars who delivered unforgettable performances in 2015
    Posted on: 02:49 PM IST Dec 29, 2015

    Roktim Rajpal IBNLive.com


    The year 2015 saw the release of quite a few skillfully crafted films which quite successfully floored critics and audiences alike while setting the box office on fire.

    Moreover, the past 12 months also saw Southern cinema break the language barrier, becoming a global phenomena in the purest sense of the word. However, most importantly, the year witnessed some mesmerizing performances which left the views spellbound. Today, let us take a look at the actors who stole the show in 2015.

    Prabhas (Bahubali): Directed by SS Rajamouli, ‘Bahubali’ saw Prabhas essay a double role with effortless ease. As the free spirited Shiv he created a buzz courtesy his crackling chemistry with Tamannaah as well as his chiseled physique. Moreover, as Amrendra Bahubali the ‘Rebel Star’ carried off his royal look with breathtaking charm and struck up an electrifying onscreen rapport with Rana Daggubati.

    Mammooty (Pathemari): One of Malayalam cinema’s most celebrated names, Mammootty played a gulf immigrant in the period-drama ‘Pathemari’. Needless to say, the veteran National award winner underplayed his part to absolute perfection and brought to life the melancholy that was an integral part of the film’s narrative. Interestingly, ‘Pathemari’ emerged a big winner at the box office.

    Kamal Haasan (Papanasam): Kamal Haasan gave strong proof of his abilities as an actor when he delivered a stellar performance in ‘Papanasam’. A remake of the Mohanlal starrer ‘Drishyam’, it featured the 61-year old in the role of an uneducated yet highly intelligent commoner. As expected, Haasan emerged the scene-stealer thanks to his powerful dialogue delivery and relatable mannerisms.



    Sudeep (Ranna): The popular Kannada superstar Sudeep continued his tryst with remakes, starring in the family-drama ‘Ranna’. Directed by Nanda Kishore, it was a remake of Pawan Kalyan’s ‘Attarintiki Daredi’. As usual, ‘Kiccha’ carried off the character with ease, adding emotional depth to it. Interestingly, ‘Ranna’ also featured Prakash Raj and Rachita Ram in pivotal roles.

    Ajith Kumar (Yennai Arindhaal): The Gautham Vasudev Menon-directed ‘Yennai Arindhaal' gave the ever the ever popular Ajith Kumar ample scope to showcase onscreen machismo to the fullest. Moreover, at the same time, it also featured some scenes which helped ‘Thala’ highlight his range as a performer. Released in February, ‘Yennai Arindhaal’ was a commercial success.

    Prithviraj (Ennu Ninte Moideen): Touted as a romantic-thriller, ‘Ennu Ninte Moideen’ saw Prithviraj play the role of a Muslim who falls in love with the daughter of a Hindu landlord. Not surprisingly, the talented actor delivered an intense performance, striking a crackling rapport with Parvathy.

    Ramesh and Vignesh (Kaaka Muttai): Arguably the biggest sleeper hit of the year, ‘Kaaka Muttai’ featured some extremely natural performances from child actors Ramesh and Vignesh. The two kids added new life to the narrative courtesy their lively screen presence and chemistry with onscreen mother Aishwarya Rajesh.

    Vikram (I): Shankar’s magnum opus ‘I’ was a true test of Vikram’s acting prowess. Essaying the role of a bodybuilder who gets disfigured courtesy a virus, the actor delivered a mature act and brought to life the trauma experienced by his character. Touted as a science fiction-thriller, ‘I’ emerged a winner at the box office.

    GV Prakash (Trisha Ileana Nayanthara): Music composer-turned-actor GV Prakash delivered a lively performance in the sex-comedy ‘Trisha Ileana Nayanthara’ and added a new dimension to his career. Featuring plenty of rib-tickling double meaning dialogues, it found tremendous critical success.

    Dulquer Salmaan (OK Kanmani): The resident lover boy of Southern cinema Dulquer Salmaan redefined the meaning of onscreen romance when he delivered an energentic performance in ‘OK Kanmani’. Moreover, the young actor also shared a natural and electrifying rapport with Nithya Menon. Interestingly, ‘OK Kanmani’ was helmed by celebrated filmmaker Mani Ratnam.

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    wow, nice interview.
    He is at ease. Less body language and padattam.
    Absolute delight to hear him and watch him.
    After the hyderabad Annapurna film academy student workshop this completely informal and very personal.
    I enjoyed to the core.
    I get to watch pudhuyugam occassionally.
    Thanks Kumarsr.

    He is like a flowing river. His thoughts and interpretations are smooth and endless. Very few flaws.
    Apart from him is there any other person that can chat so candid and who also is thoroughly knowledgeable in the cinema industry?
    Now I get a scoop of how he converses and traverses across different topics with his close aides and friends.
    Kindof a typical casual chats he often engages with his buddies.
    The RC Sakthi references were astounding. Still claims few accomplishments and remains very modest.

    Thanks a lot for sharing.

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