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Thaarai Thappatai (TAMIL)

Starring: Sasikumar, Varalakshmi, RK Suresh, GM Kumar and many more
Editing : G Sasikumar
Music : Ilayaraja
Cinematography: Chezhiyan
Directed by: Bala

After the tale of enslaved tea workers of the pre-independence era, Bala takes up the cause of folk artists in this film. 348 more words

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Thaarai Thappattai - Movie Review

The story revolves around a folk dance group lead by Sannasi ( Sasi Kumar) and their lead dancer Sooravali ( Varalakshmi Sarathkumar). Sooravali is madly in love with Sannasi , and even though Sannasi loves her, he is reluctant show it. 157 more words

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@RajiniMurugan & @ThaaraiThappattai – Movie Review

RAJINI MURUGAN – Movie Review

Siva Karthikeyan’s films usually receive a great demand from distributors and very good response from audience in terms of opening. ‘Rajini Murugan’ has released very grandly in 800 screens. 873 more words

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Bala picks Kaavya

It seems Varalaxmi is not the only heroine in Bala’s ‘Tharai Thappattai’, which is the 1,000th movie of maestro Ilayaraja.

For, the National Award winning filmmaker has also roped in Kaavya Sha, who was seen in the Kannada movie ‘Mr and Mrs Ramachari’. 29 more words

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Sasikumar's dance of death

The shooting of director Bala’s ‘Thaara Thappattai’, which has Sasikumar in the lead, is going on in a brisk pace in areas surrounding Thanjavur.

According to sources, a funeral procession number was shot recently and it had Sasikumar dancing for some pulsating beats. 26 more words

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Bramman - movie review

Story set in Coimbatore where we see two close friends Siva and Kumar who are crazy about films get separated at a very young age. Kumar (Naveen Chandra) becomes a film director and Siva (Sasikumar) grows up to run a local theatre. 214 more words

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[30] Brahman by DSP | A Comeback

Lyrics by :  Na Muthukumar, Thamarai, Viveka and Yugabharathi.

[1] Vodu Vodu Vodu Vodu (Vocals: Devi Sri Prasad, Chinnaponnu )

Assures you that this is indeed DSP’s album. 632 more words

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