Actor Vijay's next yet-untitled Tamil fantasy drama, which features Bollywood actress Sridevi, went on floors here Monday. The makers are likely to shoot a song featuring over 100 dancers on the first day.
Filmmaker A.R. Murugadoss-directed Tamil actioner ‘Kaththi’ has raked in over Rs.100 crore at the box office worldwide. This is the filmmaker's third film in a row after ‘Thuppakki’ and ‘Holiday: A Soldier Is Never off Duty’ to achieve the feat.
A.R. Murugadoss-directed Tamil actioner ‘Kaththi’, which has raked in Rs.82 crore till Wednesday at the box-office worldwide, is now inching towards Rs.100 crore club. It is now the biggest hit in the language for the year.
Following the stupendous success of Vijay-starrer Tamil actioner ‘Kaththi’, which raked in over Rs.30 crore in its opening weekend worldwide, producers from Telugu filmdom have shown a keen interest to remake the film with a top star.
Actress Amala Paul, who turned 23 Sunday, is excited about a gift her filmmaker-husband A.L. Vijay has presented her. Currently in Macau on a holiday, she says "it's the best gift a woman could ever wish for".
If you've seen A.R. Murugadoss's "Ramana", you are likely to agree that his "Kaththi" is just a stylish version of the former made on a lavish budget, bigger star, bigger issue, prettier heroine (with no scope for performance) and a lot of melodrama (plight of farmers).
Celebration of the release of Vijay-starrer 'Kaththi' at a theatre near here turned tragic today after a 25-year-old man died when he fell down from the top of a huge cutout of the popular Tamil film actor while performing 'milk abhishekam' (offering of milk).
Chennai: Popular Tamil actor Vijay, whose Diwali release 'Kaththi' (Knife) is facing ire of pro-Tamil groups, today said all issues have been resolved with the producers heeding demands that their name be removed from the film's publicity material.
The release of Vijay-starrer Tamil actioner ‘Kaththi’ Wednesday in Tamil Nadu looks uncertain due to an 'unproven link' between the film's producer Lyca Productions' and Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
It was "curiosity" and "inquisitiveness" that brought many visitors to the Delhi zoo Wednesday, a day after a white tiger mauled and killed a 20-year-old youth after he fell into the animal's enclosure.
As many as 65 members from different Tamil fringe groups have demanded a ban on Vijay-starrer Tamil actioner "Kaththi" alleging that its co-producer A. Subhaskaran has direct links with Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government.