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Song – Dole Dole

Enjoy The Video songs from Superhit Vijay Movie, Pokiri. Pokkiri was a grant success and was remade to Hindi as wanted. Prabhudeva was the director of both movies.


Daniel-The Harry Potter Star Making his Naked Debut

Daniel Radcliffe may find that the audience is a little too close for comfort when he performs a sensational nude scene on stage in the West End next year.

Sixty people from the audience will actually be seated on stage when the Harry Potter star, in his role as the troubled groomsman Alan Strang in Peter Shaffer’s celebrated play Equus, simulates a sex act while naked and astride a horse. The play, which also stars Richard Griffiths, will be performed in the round for 16 weeks at the Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, with previews starting on February 16 and an official opening night planned for February 27.

The rest of the audience will have to be content with watching Daniel, 17, from the stalls and the circle – but I predict that those 60 seats on stage are going to be the most sought-after seats in London.

Tickets will not go on sale at the Gielgud for a while. In any case, Equus will open after Frost/Nixon, which is being transferred from the Donmar Warehouse Theatre, completes a limited run.

John Napier, the awardwinning designer of the original production of Equus four decades ago, has been lured from his studio in East Sussex by producer David Pugh to create a set for the new production, which will be directed by Thea Sharrock.

The nude scene was a coup de theatre in the original production when Peter Firth (spy chief Harry Pearce in the brilliant Bafta-winning Spooks on BBC television) played the Alan Strang role. Firth also did a screen version with Richard Burton.

Radcliffe, who is finishing work on Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix, shooting scenes with Ralph Fiennes as the evil Voldemort, has been studying the play for more than a year.

The Daily Mail was the first to reveal that the teenager was considering making his dramatic debut on the London stage – although at the time no one realised just how dramatic his performance would be.

In the play, Strang is institutionalised for blinding six horses with a groom’s spike. Griffiths will play Martin Dysart, a psychiatrist who begins a psychological and spiritual investigation into what drove the young man to commit the cruel acts.

Griffiths, who has shed three stone in weight, recently completed a sellout run on Broadway with the original National Theatre cast of Alan Bennett’s The History Boys.

The movie version opens in cinemas today and Griffiths is tipped for possible Orange, Bafta and Academy Award nominations for his performance.

He and Daniel know each other well: he plays Harry’s horrible Uncle Vernon in the Potter pictures.

Director Sharrock and producer Pugh will cast the remaining Equus roles over the next few weeks and begin rehearsals on January


Harry Gets Naked

Daniel Radcliffe, the actor who plays Harry Potter, has chosen to make his London stage debut wearing nothing! Daniel Radcliffe has been cast to play the stable boy in Equus, Peter Shaffers controversial drama about a boys erotic relationship with horses. The show is due to open in London’s West End in early 2007.


Shilpa Shetty Grabs n Wins the Big Brother Show



Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty, at the centre of a raging race row, has been crowned the winner of British reality television show Celebrity Big Brother.

The 31-year-old Indian actress burst into tears on hearing she had won the public vote.

The experience on the Channel 4 show had been “incredible and overwhelming”, she said after winning the show last night.

Asked about the race row by host Davina McCall, Shilpa insisted ringleader Jade Goody “didn’t mean to be racist”.

Shilpa was the firm favourite to win the contest, considered the most controversial in the show’s history after she became the victim of alleged racist bullying by fellow contestant Goody.

The Bollywood actress profusely thanked the public for a “fantastic opportunity to make my country proud”.

Runner-up Jermaine Jackson, the brother of pop star Michael, said he was “very happy” as he departed the house.

Former beauty queen Danielle Lloyd, one of the contestants implicated in the racist abuse, earlier apologised for her remarks to Shetty.

Lloyd, 23, and fellow evictee Jack Tweed were greeted with heavy booing as they left the house in the first round of evictions held during the final show last night.

Both were upset when shown footage of their behaviour towards Shetty, whose treatment at the hands of some of her housemates sparked a global race row.

“I feel terrible,” said Lloyd. ¬†Tweed, boyfriend of Jade Goody, said it had nothing to do with skin colour.

Both model Lloyd and Tweed were implicated in the race row, alongside singer Jo O’Meara.

Lloyd immediately apologised for her behaviour towards Shilpa in an interview with host Davina McCall. Lloyd said her remarks had been made “in the heat of the moment.”

“I wasn’t laughing at Shilpa… it was just nerves,” said Lloyd. “I hate confrontation.”

Asked what she had learned on the show, Lloyd said: “Not to be such a bitch.”

The contestants had been locked up in a house since January 2 and were filmed on how well they handle the frictions of daily life and get their fellow housemates’ votes of confidence.

On Friday, former S Club 7 star Jo O’Meara, after her eviction, denied that she was racist. “It’s not because I’m racist at all. I think she’s a very beautiful, very elegant woman. I can’t say I am sorry for something I am not guilty of.”

Singer Ian ‘H’ Watkins, the third person to be evicted in the final show, told McCall that he felt “completely out of my depth” when fighting in the house was at its most intense.

“I just think I’ve led a very sheltered life and I just back away from things like that

Aalwar- Ajith Asin Teams Up Again

The Vedas and other ancient scriptures proclaim that whenever the virtues are in the decline and evil becomes rampant, God incarnates as an Avatar (often in human form) to re-establish Dharma by protecting the righteous and destroying the evil forces. This belief perfectly sets the tone for “Aalwar,” a revenge-genre movie.

The first-time director Sellaa has constructed the movie which is more of style than of substance. The biggest drawback is that the story does not have a strong plot or surprising twists. There is also a palpable lack of chemistry between the characters and this gives the picture a poorly contrived feel.

Sellaa has reinvented the mythological figures with imagination and handled the story in such a way that Ajith walks away with his action-hero image boosted.

Here goes the story…

Siva (Ajith) works in a government hospital as a mortician. Revenge is the name of the game for this young man. Though on the surface he is soft and silent, there is an undercurrent of anger and bloodthirsty revenge running within him. Wherever he sees crimes perpetrated, he responds by giving the baddies a spectacular ‘punishment’: a brutal death.

In two incidents, he appears as Lord Rama and Lord Krishna and kills the criminals (Vincent Asokan & others) with the punch line: “Nan Kadavul!” (I am God!)!

Priya (Asin) comes from Hyderabad and stays in the same mansion where Siva lives. She likes his soft nature and soon falls for him. She tries every trick in her bag to woo him, but Siva remains emotionally unattached.

Meanwhile, the police wake up to the serial killings and cast their net wide to apprehend Siva. How he dodges the police form the first part. In the second half, he narrates in a flash back the trauma that drove him to take up arms from being a simple temple priest.

Ajith’s performance is of three types. When alone, he is silent and morose. When it comes to taking revenge he’s as forceful as a battle tank, crushing the bad guys in his path. In the attire of Gods he looks as benign as Gods.
Asin has performed the smallest ever walk-on role in this film. Even in her few screen appearances, she either dreams of singing and dancing or woos her lover with dialogues that lack heart. There is not much meat in Vivek’s comedy.

Srikanth Deva’s music is a mix of rhythm and melody. ‘Pallandu, Pallandu,’ sung by Unnikrishnan, is a pleasing classical number in the film. Action choreographer Super Subbarayan has used special effects with such aplomb that all the other action masters and movie- gores will take note of. The period settings for Ajith’s avatars are made lively by cinematographer Nirav Shah.

Ajith’s performance is what lifts up the movie despite all its drawbacks and surely it will be a Pongal delight for his fans.

AR Rahman at his Best on GURU

Album: “Guru”; Music Director: A.R. Rahman; Lyricist: Gulzar; Music Label: Sony BMG

“Guru” is one of the rare occasions when Mani Ratnam, A.R. Rahman and Gulzar have come together. Loosely based on the life of Reliance founder Dhirubhai Ambani, the film has Abhisekh Bachchan playing the role of the late business icon.

“The album begins with “Barso re”, a lively rain song crooned by Shreya Ghosal and Uday Majumdar and arranged beautifully by Rahman.

“Tere bina” is no doubt the highpoint of the album and has a typical Rahman flavour. Sung by Rahman and Chinmayee with additional vocals by Murtaza Qadir, “Tere bina” is a great love song that rides on equally great lyrics. Rahman has rightly dedicated this song to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

“Ek lo ek muft” is a rustic number where Rahman fails to capitalise on the voice of Bappi Lahiri and Chitra. A completely situational song, it has additional vocals by Tanvi, Saloni, Boney and Jaidev

“Baazi laga” by Udit Narayan, Madhushree, Swetha and Bhargavee is a mundane number, most unlike Rahman.

“Mayya” is the result of what Rahman is best at – fusion. Sung by Mayyam Toller with additional vocals by Chinmayee and Keerthi, it has Arabic elements blended with Indian folk.

“Ay hairathe” is an intoxicating ghazal by Hariharan and Alka Yagnik with Rahman and Aslam Mohammed also lending their voices.

“Jaage hain” is for the classical music buffs. Chitra and Rahman sing this number with Madras Chorale Group providing the orchestral delights.

In “Guru” Rahman, who penned hits like “Roja”, “Bombay”, “Rang De Basanti” and “Lagaan”, proves his class once again.

Undoubtedly one of the finest contemporary musicians, Rahman’s effort in “Guru” is boosted by Gulzar’s lyrics.