Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Pawan Kalyan Political Entry Confirmed With Marriage?

Power star Pawan Kalyan has been a demigod to the masses and youth of Andhra Pradesh. Professionally he has been a role model and inspiration to many but on the personal front he had his own share of hiccups. News now is about Pawan heading for the third marriage in his life. This is also being seen as a sign of his political entry. If one can recall, Pawan married Renu Desai in a hasty manner at home after having a live-in relationship with her.

According to the TimesOfIndia reports, Pawan Kalyan and Danah Marks have been living together in a house on Road No. 12 in Banjara Hills. Their neighbours say that they have seen Danah taking the baby in a stroller for a walk. They even say that she gets along well with Pawan's two children, who shuttle between Pune and Hyderabad and often stay with Pawan and Danah.

 At that point, Renu was reportedly pregnant so many said he took the politically right step by marrying her and upkeeping tradition to an extent. Now, there are reports that he has filed an affidavit to marry an Australian girl Donna who did an item song in his film. Many are stating this is a strong feeler he is sending about his intent to join politics. Buzz is that Pawan-Donna have been in a live-in relationship from a while.  Let us see where this goes.

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Monday, December 23, 2013

Most Desirable Telugu Heros

Here is some interesting news about our Telugu actors. Hyderabad Times have conducted a survey and has released the list of most desirable actors of Tollywood. Check out the list below

1     Mahesh Babu
2     Prabhas
3     Rana Daggubati
4     Ram Charan
5     Allu Arjun
6     Nagarjuna
7     NTR. Jr
8     Sonu Sood
9     Siddharth
10     Pawan Kalyan
11     Naani
12     Nithiin
13     Sudheer Babu
14     Ram
15     Naga Chaitanya
16     Sundeep Kishen
17     Harshavardhan Rane
18     Sharwanand
19     Varun Sandesh
20     Venkatesh
21     Adivi Sesh
22     Navdeep
23     Aadi Pinnisetti
24     Aadi Sai Kumar
25     Arvind Krishna

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Thursday, December 12, 2013


Every time southern superstar Rajinikanth delivered a dialogue in his own trademark style, audiences have cheered and rooted for him in unison.

On his 63rd birthday Thursday, we lists some dialogues that were made famous by the actor in his over three-decade long career:

- "16 Vayathinile": Rajini as the film's antagonist introduced us to one of the popular catch-phrases of a long forgotten era - "Idhu eppadi irukku?" (How's this?). This line was so admired that even after three decades since the film's release, it still lingers in the minds of the actor's fans.

- "Murattu Kaalai": Rajnikanth as a villager in the film popularised the dialogue "Seeeviduven" (I'll chop off your head).

- "Baasha": As long as auto rickshaws ply in Tamil Nadu, the line "Naan oru thadava sonna, nooru thadava sonna maadiri" (Anything I say once is equivalent to saying it a hundred times) will be remembered. Rajinikanth as an auto driver delivered a knocker of a performance in this commercially successful outing.

- "Arunachalam": His dialogue "Andavan solran. Arunachalam seiran" (God commands, Arunachalam acts) from the film will be recalled as one of the shortest yet powerful line mouthed by the superstar in his career.

- "Padayappa": Another highly successful film that's remembered for the actor's line "En Vazhi, Thani Vazhi" (My way is my own) and actress Ramya Krishnan's brilliant portrayal of greedy Neelambari in the film.

- "Muthu": One of Rajinikanth's popular films that enjoyed a successful run even in Japan, the line from the film "Naan eppo varuven, epdi varuvennu yarkum theriyathu. Aana vara vendiya nerathile vandidven" (Nobody knows when or how I will come, but I will come when the time is right) has a strong recall value even today.

- "Sivaji": Contrary to the other films of the superstar, "Sivaji" had two popular dialogues - "Summa pere ketta athrudula" (Doesn't the earth shatter at the calling of my name?) and "Kanna, panni than kootama varum aana Singam single than varum" (My dear, pigs always come in an army but a lion always walks alone).

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