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The hero is remade!
Deccan Chronicle Kiccha Sudeep, who shot to fame with Huccha, a remake directed by Om Prakash Rao, was a remake of Tamil film Sethu directed by Bala and starring Vikram. He most recently gave two back-to-back hits — one directed by him — Maanikya, and another...

Bogan gets a release date
Action-drama Bogan, which has Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy in the lead roles, is all set to hit the screens on Feb 9. Directed by Romeo Juliet fame Lakshman, the film is produced by Prabhudeva and K.Ganesh under the banner Prabhudeva Studios. Recently the film cleared the censor formalities with a clean U certificate. Imman is the music director.

Producer Siva given a bigger responsibility.
Behindwoods, Producer Siva given a bigger responsibility. . Read full story.

MGR 100 Years Photo Opening Stills
The post MGR 100 Years Photo Opening Stills appeared first on Kollywood Today.

Hiphop Tamizha's proud moment
Hiphop Tamizha has won an accolade recently. He shared, "Saadhanai Tamizhan" - An award from the World Tamil Chamber of Commerce. Humbled to receive it from the honourable Governor of Tamilnadu.

Actor Sibi finds a middle ground in Jallikattu issue
Actor Sibiraj is the latest to express his views on Jallikattu and he has a unique point. . .Most of the Kollywood industry's members who've supported for Jallikattu, have indicatively opposed PETA and Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) which were responsible for the ban on Jallikattu...

Suriya lauds the dignified protest of youngsters
In his recent statement, Surya has lauded the dignified protest of youngsters against the Jallikattu ban. “Till now words like ‘Culture’, ‘Identity’ and ‘History’ were only used by scholars and leaders but now Jallikattu has become a reason for youngsters, students and general public to speak about our culture, identity and tradition”, said Suriya.The actor satirically thanked everyone, who were instrumental in imposing the ban for Jallikattu and united youngsters for a common cause. “Self-interested protests will always have truth. PETA organization, which won the legal proceedings to impose ban for Jallikattu has lost its case in people’s court. Irony is that the same organization is trying to extinct the country bull breed but blames that bulls get tortured in Jallikattu”, added Suriya.“Rules and Regulations are formed only for people so we should not use them to hurt our own sentiments. At this juncture, I appreciate thousands of youngsters, who are expressing the plight of Tamil community through their dignified protests”, said the Singam actor.“I’m sure, our protest will bring back Jallikattu but we should not stop it here. Whenever we come across a threat for our culture and identity, we should stay together and raise our voice”, concluded Suriya.