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A challenging role for Aditi Prabhudeva in her next
Times of India According to a local daily, the actress revealed that the movie would see her in an entirely different role and that she had put in a lot of effort into her character. The actress is playing the role of a Muslim girl and had to work hard to get into ...

Lakshmana Censored With A - Releasing On June 24th
Chitraloka, R Chandru's directorial venture Lakshmana which is a remake of Telugu hit Aatanokkade has been censored with A certificate and is releasi .

Bengaluru Welcomes This Movie!
Hurdles after hurdles and the team just gets stronger! Atlee's Mersal faced a lot of trouble before the film's release, right from the title issue to the censoring issue, the release of the Telugu version, to the strong opposition for two scenes by the ruling party. What not has the team seen?  However, one recent issue post the release is that the film was refused to be screened in a few theaters in Bengaluru, owing to a small fight between actor Vijay's fans and the Bengaluru locals. The muliplexes had not stopped the screeingm though. Nevertheless, the issue has now been solved, and the theaters have resumed screening of  the film. This has gone to prove that the film will soon resolve the release of the Telugu version- Adhirindhi soon, too!

Justice League: Is Superman Still Alive?
The ‘Justice League’ trailer was released for Warner Bros’ Comic-Con session and proves to be more exciting than the last edition...

Kannada actor Ambareesh's body flown to Mandya for last glimpse
The body of Kannada cinema star M.H. Ambareesh was on Sunday flown by an Air Force helicopter to his hometown Mandya in south Karnataka for a last glimpse by his fans and the public, said an official."The glass casket containing Ambareesh's body was flown to Mandya in the evening (at 5.00 p.m.) and kept at MV Stadium for the public to see him one last time and pay their respects till Monday morning," an official told IANS.Ambareesh, 66, died Saturday night following a heart attack at a private hospital in the city.His wife and multilingual actress Sumalatha, son Abhishek and a few relatives who accompanied the body, were seated around the body in the stadium.Mandya is about 100km from Bengaluru on way to Mysuru.Thousands of people, including children, from Mandya and Mysuru districts thronged the stadium to see the body of their 'rebel star' draped in the tri-colour and the famous Mysuru 'peta' (headgear) crowning his head."The body will be flown back to Bengaluru on Monday morning for a State funeral at the Kanteerva Stadium in the city's northwest. It will be kept at the Kanteerva Stadium in the City Centre till afternoon for the public to pay their homage," said the official."The state government sought the Defence Ministry's permission to use the Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter for flying Ambareesh's body to Mandya and bring it back to Bengaluru for the last rites as a special case," added the official.Among the prominent people who paid floral tributes to Ambareesh were Suttur Mutt pontiff Shivarathri Deshikendra and Adichunchanagiri Mutt pontiff Nirmalananda, who also consoled the bereaved family. The administration imposed prohibitory orders in Mandya district to maintain law and order and regulate the crowd going to the stadium."Sale of liquor has also been banned till Monday night across the district to prevent any untoward incident during the three-day mourning period," Mandya Deputy Commissioner N. Manjusri told reporters.The administration has also deployed about 2,000 police personnel in and around the stadium to regulate the movement of the people.