First Look of Vashu Bhagnani’s first Tamil film ​Kolaiyuthir Kaalam Out

Vashu Bhagnani’s Pooja Entertainment & films Ltd is known to produce quality cinema ,is now spreading it wings to regional cinema as well. Post their collaboration with Priyanka chopra’s Production for their first Punjabi film Sarvann now Pooja films is all set to produce their first ever Tamil film Kolaiyuthir Kaalam starring Tamil superstar sensation Nayanthara.

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“We love telling stories and we at Pooja entertainment & films believe that language shouldn’t be a barrier when it comes to making films and entertaining the audiences. Post Ventilator in Marathi, and Sarvann in Punjabi we are now happy to announce that we are now producing a Tamil film as well. The script is brilliant and hopefully soon we will be spreading our wings to many other languages as well.” Says Deepshikha Deshmukh

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Himmatwala Movie Review: A huge dump on your intelligence!

Remakes are the order of the day in Indian Film Industry today. If you cant remake a recent South Indian film in Hindi, then why not make the film that started that trend in 1983? Guess that was the reasoning enough for Sajid Khan to dole out the crummiest film in many ages that leaves you with the most disgusting aftertaste, induces a brain-curdling effect making you wish you were in coma and assaults your existence to leave you scarred and scared for all your life. From the release of its trailer itself, I knew Himmatwala would be a stunning exercise of atrocious cinema. Every snarky tawdry promo and song was making millions of lives miserable all day everyday and the doomed day finally arrived, Himmatwala, a remake of K Raghavendra Rao‘s 1983 original hit the screens today.Continue reading “Himmatwala Movie Review: A huge dump on your intelligence!”

Himmatwala: The Viewer That Is

Director: Sajid Khan

Rating: Not Applicable

If you have been following Sajid Khan’s early shows on television, you’ll remember him more as a film buff than as a filmmaker. He adores campy cinema and loves it when actors ham. All of us have guilty pleasures so that’s perfectly all right. But to convert them to a feature length film is stretching it. A few days ago, I revisited the Jeetendra version and thought I have seen the nadir. But Sajid Khan has just invented a world below this muck.Continue reading “Himmatwala: The Viewer That Is”