தமிழில் அறிவழகன் - அருள்நிதி இணைப்பில் ரீமேக்காகி வரும் 'மெமரீஸ்' ரீமேக்கிற்கு 'ஆறாது சினம்' என்று தலைப்பிட்டு இருக்கிறார்கள்.
'ஈரம்', 'வல்லினம்' போன்ற வித்தியாசமான கதைக்களங்களைக் கொண்ட படங்களை இயக்கியவர் இயக்குநர் அறிவழகன்.
தற்போது அறிவழகன் இயக்கும் இப்படம் மலையாளத்தில் பெரும் வரவேற்பைப் பெற்ற 'மெமரீஸ்' படத்தின் ரீமேக்காகும். ப்ருத்வி ராஜ் நடித்திருந்த இப்படத்தை ஜீத்து ஜோசப் இயக்கி இருந்தார். தற்போது இப்படத்துக்கு 'ஆறாது சினம்' என்று தலைப்பிட்டு இருக்கிறார்கள்.
ஸ்ரீதேனாண்டாள் பிலிம்ஸ் தயாரிக்கும் இப்படத்தில் அருள்நிதி, ஐஸ்வர்யா ராஜேஷ் உள்ளிட்ட பலர் நடித்து வருகிறார்கள். இப்படத்தின் படப்பிடிப்பு சென்னையில் நடைபெற்று வருகிறது.


3 நைய புடை


குற்றம் செய்தவர்களை நையப் புடைப்பதுதான் இந்த 2016 இந்தியன் தாத்தாவின் வேலை.

யார் எந்த தப்பு செய்தாலும் அவர்களை துரத்தி அடித்து நொறுக்கி, மீண்டும் தப்பு செய்யாத வகையில் திருத்துவதுதான் இவரின் முக்கிய வேலை.

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நைய புடை - எஸ்.ஏ.சி

யார் இந்த இந்தியன் தாத்தா?

அவர் வேறு யாருமில்லீங்க... நம்ம "இளைய தளபதி" விஜய் சாரோட அப்பாதான். திரு. எஸ்.ஏ.சி அவர்கள் நடித்து வெளிவர இருக்கும் படம்தான் "நையப் புடை".


கமல் நடித்து இந்தியன் படத்தில் வரும் "இந்தியன் தாத்தா" போல இந்த படத்திலும் இவரின் கேரக்டர் அமைந்துள்ளதாம். ஆனால் அந்த இந்தியன் தாத்தாவுக்கும், இந்த இந்தியன் தாத்தாவுக்கும் வித்தியாசம் அதிகம்.

அவர் பழைய கால இந்தியன் தாத்தா... இவர் 2016 இந்தியன் தாத்தா..இந்தியன் மிலிட்டரிலிருந்து ஓய்வு பெற்ற இவர் தற்கால முறைப்படி குற்றவாளிகளுக்கு தண்டனை கொடுக்கிறாராம்.

படம் வந்த பிறகு பயங்கரமாக பேசப்படும் என்று படக்குழுவினர் நம்புகின்றனர்.

பார்க்கலாம்...2016 இந்தியன் தாத்தா என்ன செய்யப் போகிறார்னு..!




4 TERE BIN LADEN DEAD OR ALIVE

4 TERE BIN LADEN DEAD OR ALIVE

A common man who happens to look like Osama Bin Laden is noticed by a man from the American Government and plans to film the capture of Bin Laden. A film director (Manish Paul) helps making the Bin Laden film but their film making is encountered to many problems including the man playing Bin Laden being a complete lunatic. Will the government of the United States be able to show the world how they really caught the man himself?


5 Love Shagun


Love Shagun is a romantic comedy about seven different definitions of love where the definitions are the characters themselves. This film encompasses the menial insecurities of today's youth and different emotional scenarios. 'Respect' is one of the key aspects and Love Shagun reinforces the importance of respect for each other in a relation. But at the same time, Love Shagun gives a crucial message of giving 'space' to one another. The story is about a young man 'JD' who's at an important stage of his life - choosing a life partner. However, this decision doesn't come through easily as he's caught between his mother, astrological predications & his wishes. How does JD come out of all this mess and whether he finally settles down or not is the premise of the film?

6 Bollywood Diaries


Bollywood Diaries is a tribute to passionate aspiring actors. It chronicles the journey of three unrelated souls, who dream to make it big in Bollywood. The plot encompasses a guy working at a call-center in Delhi, a middle-aged government servant from Bhilai and a prostitute from Sonagachi Kolkata. With their sheer passion and perseverance, they bend over backwards to carve their name in Bollywood. Abiding by the saying, "Live your dream", they go beyond their conventional life. But, will their efforts lead them to their ultimate goal?


8  vettah

Vettah"
Rajesh Pillai
The fact that "Vettah" is the directorial venture of Rajesh Raman Pillai is the USP of the movie as the filmmaker has already proved his talent with the movies "Traffic" and "Mili," which still remains in the mind of the audience. The upcoming thriller is also expected to repeat the success of his previous movies.
Genre
"Vettah" is said to be a psychological thriller, a genre that is not very familiar for the Kerala audience. Therefore, the movie is expected to make a mark following the steps of "Traffic" and "Mili." "Rajesh as a director always tries to given an emotional angle to his thriller movies and I believe he has given importance to feelings and emotions in 'Vettah' as well," said Kunchacko Boban, while sharing his experience in working in the movie.
Manju Warrier
Manju made her comeback to acting through Rosshan Andrews' "Home Old Are You" after a gap of 14 years and most of the characters she did was of a home-maker. Through "Vettah," the actress is all set to shine as a cop, and the audience have been eagerly awaiting to see her performance as Sreebala IPS in the psychological thriller.
Casting
Kunchacko plays a mysterious character named Melvin in the movie. He has claimed that the movie is very thrilling and that the audience will never get a chance to even check their mobile phone while watching the movie. He has also hinted that the mystery will haunt the minds of the audience throughout the movie. Indrajith has shined as a police officer many times before and he will be seen as ACP Sailex Abraham in the movie. "Vettah" also has Bhama, Vijayaraghavan, Prem Prakash, Deepak Parambol and Rony David Raj in pivotal roles.
Singer Shan Johnson's last movie
Shan Johnson, daughter of late musician Johnson Master, has penned the Hindi lyrics of the song "Raavumaayave" for "Vettah." This was her last song for a Malayalam movie and had shared her excitement in working with Shaan Rahman just a day before her death. "Yet another beautiful song by Shaan Rahman for which i had the opportunity to pen few lines in Hindi.... It's for the upcoming Malayalam film 'Vettah' starring Kunchacko Boban and Manju Warrier," wrote Shan while sharing the song on her Facebook page. The song has already become popular and Shaan's intense background music is also expected to do wonders with the emotions of the thriller.

9 oopiri
Akkineni Nagarjuna is one of the finest actors of Telugu cinema. He has been dominating Tollywood even after crossing his 50s and his sons Naga Chaitanya, Akhil are currently doing films in the lead roles. Along with films, Nag has been endorsing various brands as the brand ambassador and he has been busy with his tv show Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu.
With no release in 2015, he came up with Soggade Chinni Nayana early this year during Sankranthi and the movie surprised everyone as it ended as the biggest hit among the Sankranthi released films this year.

10 . gods of egypth
Dir. Alex Proyas. US/Australia, 2016, 127 mins
The struggles of deities trouble mortals in Alex Proyas’ first film in seven years; however Gods of Egypt is unlikely to inflict much distress upon audiences for too long. Despite starting with a sense of grandeur — complete with rousing introductory music, knowing narration that speaks of romance, power and survival, and a computerised fly-over designed to showcase the mythological splendour of its titular setting — this fantasy-adventure film from the director of I, Robot and Knowing is unable back up its initial confidence with its content.
As audience-friendly as they may be, cast members are left wading through the middle ground between the unengaging narrative and over-emphasised aesthetics.
Set to rollout worldwide from February 25, Gods of Egypt could follow in the footsteps of another American-Australian co-production released at this tenuous time of year: 2015’s Jupiter Ascending. The two movies share not only casts littered with marketable names — Gerard Butler, Geoffrey Rush andGame of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in the current case — but prominent visuals that aren’t enough to divert focus from the flimsy romps that comprise their respective narratives.
The tactics of a contingent of soldiers in the feature’s opening battle offer an omen of things to come, as they help their blood-thirsty leader, Set (Butler), stop his nephew, Horus (Coster-Waldau), from being crowned Egypt’s new king. Though Horus’ kindly father, Osiris (Bryan Brown), has already been dispensed with and the fight seemingly favours Set, they try to dazzle their ruler’s opponent with the glare from their glistening shields. Rarely has a film’s determination to distract viewers with the sleekness and shine of its imagery been mirrored so obviously in its story.
Set, Osiris and Horus may be three of the gods in this film’s title, but as the former terrorises his fellow divinities and enslaves his subjects, and the latter scurries away sulking in the aftermath, they’re hardly acting like higher beings. It is little wonder that mischievous common thief Bek (Brenton Thwaites, continuing to build on a resume that includes Maleficent and The Giver) refuses to worship them, even if they do literally tower over humanity.
Besotted with the attractive Zaya (Courtney Eaton), Bek prefers to place his faith in love, agreeing to carry out her plan to steal Horus’ eyes from Set’s booby-trapped vault — and therefore hopefully restore Horus to the throne — in an effort to resume his life with the object of his affection.
Cue a scheme that hits more than a few snags, including unlikely odd-couple pairing of Bek and Horus, and further quests traversing everything from heavenly plateaus to desert ruins to the afterlife. Horus tries to wreak revenge, the yearning Bek tags along after striking a bargain with his new pal, and Set sends his flunkies to chase them. More gods pop up, such as lord of the light Ra (Rush) and keeper of wisdom Thoth (Chadwick Boseman), yet Dracula Untold and The Last Witch Hunter screenwriters Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless fail to do much past go through the motions. The light-hearted tone of their tale is the one saving grace of an offering that, drama-wise, always feels like a foregone conclusion.
Proyas’ attempt to energise the film is scarcely surprising in such circumstances, though filling the screen with CGI isn’t the most effective method of doing so. His images attract attention, but scream of superficial spectacle. The visual momentum that made the Australian helmer’s The Crow stand out is dwarfed by a video game-like approach that looks better from afar than up close. In scenes featuring waterfalls, fire and giant serpents, Gods of Egypt verges on exaggeratedly theatrical, which — if nothing else — might help the movie’s cult fortunes years from now.
As audience-friendly as they may be, the cast is left wading through the middle ground between the unengaging narrative and over-emphasised aesthetics. It could be that the whitewashing controversy surrounding the majority of the actors’ inclusion is destined to remain the most remembered aspect of their involvement. Coster-Waldau hews close to his famous Game of Thronestelevision role, and while he conjures ample rapport with the likeable Thwaites and acrimony with the overplaying Butler, none are more than serviceable. Indeed, Rufus Sewell proves the film’s most welcome — and underused — presence, as well as a reminder of better times for his director. Here, both are worlds away from the thrills and twists of their first collaboration, the unexpected sci-fi hit that was 1998’s Dark City.

நன்றி - மாலைமலர், தினமமலர் தினத்தந்தி தின்மணி ஆல் சினி வெப்சைட்



7 Aligarh

'Aligarh' - Why Court Needs To Watch This Movie Before Deciding On Section 377

PUBLISHED ON: FEBRUARY 1, 2016 | DURATION: 53 MIN, 35 SEC
The Supreme Court of India is all set to hear a curative petition by activists challenging its 2013 judgement that criminalised consensual gay sex and held that Section 377 'does not suffer from the vice of unconstitutionality'. A new film, 'Aligarh' is now at the centre of public debate surrounding Section 377. It tells the tragic story of Professor Shrinivas Ramachandra Siras, of the Aligarh Muslim University, who was ostracised by his university for being gay and then suspended. Police later declared his mysterious death a suicide. The film, controversially, has received an Adult rating from the censor board. Will the Supreme Court scrap the colonial-era Section 377?