Thursday, 18 October 2012
Wednesday, 17 October 2012
Mammootty, Mohanlal, Shobhana, Kavya, Asin...their pictures are all around! If you are a die-hard fan of these megastars, you must have seen almost all their photos doing the rounds on the internet and in the print.
While we all know how our favourite celebrities look today, you might want to know how they looked while they were kids.
Listed below are few unseen and rare childhood pictures of superstar Mammootty, Mohanlal, Shobhana, Kavya Madhavan and Asin. Whose childhood picture do you want to see? Let us know by writing in the comment box below and we'll try to get their photographs for you!
Saturday, 13 October 2012
Thursday, 4 October 2012
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Ayalum Njanum Thammil is a candid and honest story of a committed senior doctor and an irresponsible junior doctor and through their relationship, a picture of the medical profession id drawn vividly. Prathap Pothan portrays the doctor who, by his absolute devotion to his profession, lives a lonely life and Prithviraj appears as the junior doctor.
Tuesday, 2 October 2012
Shweta Menon, former Miss India runner-up and one of the finest actresses in the Malayalam film industry gave birth to a healthy baby girl yesterday (September 28) at 5:27pm in Nanavati Nursing Home in Mumbai.
Shweta Menon's last four months of her pregnancy, delivery and her early motherhood has been captured by the camera that will form the core of the Malayalam movie Kalimannu, directed by Blessy.
The team of Kalimannu took utmost care and positioned three cameras in the labour room on Thursday. Before Shweta was taken to the labour room at 4.45 pm, the director along with two cameramen and Shweta's husband Srivatsan Menon were present. The news of her delivery came at 5.27 pm.
Speaking to TOI, Blessy said, "The camera kept rolling for about 45 minutes, ending with a scene where Shwetha planted a gentle kiss on the newborn's forehead."
Kalimannu revolves around the relationship of the protagonist (Shweta Menon) with her baby, before and after it is born. The film is expected to set a new standard for reality as entertainment in India.