Monday, September 23, 2013

Nagarjunas - Manam tied up with 3 Generations

Handsome Nagarjunas new movie Manam has started ground work.
Film named as "Manam" * * * staring the 3 generations of Akkineni family heroes-Akkineni Nageswara rao,Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya will go to sets in the next month.Vikram Krishna is directing this movie and it is produced by their family banner Annapurna Studios and Walt Disney Productions.

Tollywood hot beauty Shriya is selected to pair with Nagarjuna and Samantha will pair with Naga Chaitanya in this movie.timesofap.comAnup Rubens, who gave an excellent music to Nithin’s Ishq, is scoring music for this film. PC Sriram will handle camera work for this movie.

While the shooting for Manam has commenced, the film is a centre of attention for the industry as this will see three generations of Akkinenis act in it. Starting from legendary ANR to Naga Chaitanya, the stars of the family will be seen sharing a single screen space.

The latest on Manam is however, Nag’s style quotient. No – there is no funky hairstyle or French beard or colourful shirts this time. The stylish actor will be seen in neat and sensible look. Take a look at the sample and you will know.

Shriya Saran plays the lady opposite Nag while Samantha plays the girl opposite Naga Chaitanya. Interestingly these two pairs have been a rage with the audience.

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Monday, September 16, 2013


Nina Davuluri, Miss New York, was crowned the new Miss America on Sunday night in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Miss New York, the second Miss America winner from her state in the past two years, gracefully proves that pageant contestants needn't worry about onstage flubs, as she missed her cue during the talent competition earlier in the evening.

Miss America contestants this year ranged from a tattooed Army sergeant to a woman born without part of her arm.

 Nina Davuluri became the second consecutive contestant from New York to win the Miss America pageant.

Davuluri won the title as the nationally televised pageant returned home to Atlantic City.

She succeeds another Miss New York, Mallory Hagan, whose tenure was cut short when the pageant moved back to Atlantic City after a six-year stint in Las Vegas, where winners were chosen in January.

 Davuluri performed a classical Bollywood fusion dance for her talent competition. She is the first winner of Indian descent.

After the traditional frolic in the Atlantic City surf Monday morning, she will head to the scene of a devastating boardwalk fire in Seaside park and Seaside Heights Monday afternoon.

 Miss New York Nina Davuluri crowned as Miss America 2014, HAILED FROM KRISHNA DISTRICT VIJAYAWADA...

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Rajinikanth- Kochadaiyaan- Trailer Creating Waves

The first teaser of superstar Rajinikanth-starrer Tamil period-drama "Kochadaiyaan"is out.

The film will feature Rajinikanth in dual role, while Sarath Kumar, Shobana, Aadi Pinisetty and Nassar will be seen in important roles.

Also starring Deepika Padukone and Jackie Shroff, "Kochadaiyaan" is touted to be India's first motion capture technology film being made along the lines of Hollywood films like "Avatar" and "Tin Tin".

Reportedly being made on a budget of over Rs.100 crore, "Kochadaiyaan" is directed by Rajinikanth's daughter Soundarya Ashwin and jointly produced by Eros International and Media One Global Entertainment.

The film will be dubbed in Telugu as "Vikrama Simha". It will also dubbed in Hindi, Malayalam and foreign languages such as Japanese, Italian and Spanish.

 Watch Trailer Kochadaiyaan - Here...

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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Are You Ready to go to MARS?

Water is the main source for any living organism. This inspires the youth to go to PLANET MARS.
This has become the source of inspiration to live on MARS.

Young Indians are all happy people, beaming with enthusiasm and the spirit of exploration. Not sad, not suicidal, as many think the applicants to the ONE-WAY trip to Mars would be. The proposed expedition, organised by an international space research organisation, Mars One, invited entries from across the
world, and among the 1,65,000 hopefuls were thousands of Indians. We circled in on three brave hearts from Delhi to know what made them jump in.
Vinod Kotiya, 31

His wife thought it’s a joke and his one-year-old daughter Jeannie has no clue daddy may go, but he applied on the very first day the registrations opened. Vinod Kotiya, was, of course, following the project very closely since its inception. “I wanted to be an astrounaut ever since my childhood ...  I’d always been fascinated about the scalability and secrets of the universe,” says the manager with a power firm in Delhi, explaining the reason behind the first “go” in his head. He had no second thoughts. “My family is well settled; I’m not shirking my responsibilities. And it’s not a suicidal mission. The first step, the first sprout in the hydroponic garden, the first breath of air ... no matter how trivial, I’ll be one of the first people to have done it on another planet. Every task there will be an achievement.”

Kundan Kumar, 20

Kundan and Amulya are buddies and classmates, so they’re glad they’ll be marooned on Mars with each other, if nothing else! “The no-return aspect of this mission may scare some but not me. There’s always video chat to talk to your folks,” he says, sharing that he hadn’t told his parents before he applied, and after some initial resistance, they are fully supportive of his participation. His reason for playing guinea pig to the experiment: “This way, I can do something for my world, my people and my family,” he adds. Of course, there are things he will miss about the Earth. “If I get selected, I will miss my father, the natural beauty of the earth, and Dilli ke golgappe!”

Amulya nidhi rastogi, 20

The Gurgaon guy, a student of mechanical engineering, has written a poem in tribute to Neil Armstrong, explaining why he wants to go. “I am on Earth, I feel divided ... in a madhouse of religion and greed, watching a world at war with itself ...,” it goes. He reiterates: “I have no regrets. This is serious business.” Hasn’t his family freaked out? “My family still has qualms about the success of the project. But they are very confident and supportive about my candidacy.”

Off to never come back!

Mars One recently closed the first round of public entries for its astronaut selection programme for a one-way trip to colonise Mars with humans in 2023. The one-time registration fee was $7 (R470) for Indians. The selected candidates will be trained for many years before they hit space. While the mission aims to crowd-fund the trip from a televised, audience-voted selection process, American space research organisation NASA has raised doubts over it. Incidentally, space-tourism to moon is currently priced at $100mn a ticket.

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