The trailer of Vijay
starrer "Kaththi" was expected to release last weekend. But till now,
there are no signs of its release. Now, we hear that the trailer release has
been delayed intentionally and it is likely to release 48 hours before the film
release. Indeed, the delay has frustrated the fans, who have been waiting to
see the latest video clip with bated breath.
The first reason is
that the makers of the film did not want to get into unnecessary troubles. In
many cases, there were objections over the content after just watching a
film's trailer. And Vijay's latest film has been facing a lot of issues.
So, the delay in the
trailer release will ensure that the flick will have a trouble-free
release. This is also evident in its low-key promotions. Usually, a Vijay
starrer is publicised well. This time, we cannot see much of it. Another reason
is that the delay might disappoint Vijay's fans but it will definitely increase
the curiosity levels of the fans.
Considering these two
reasons, the makers have reportedly delayed the release of the latest trailer.
Vijay's "Jilla" trailer was also delayed and came out just a day
before the film released.
Prithviraj’s new Malayalam
movie “Tamaar Padaar” got released on today. Its a satirical comedy film scripted
and directed by debut Dileesh Nair. The title of the movie is too catchy to
grab audience attention at the very first moment. Now the question is whether
this movie is worth to watch or not. For the last few movies Prithviraj’s
selective approach to done movies is much appreciated by the audiences and
critics, but this time it got downwards by ‘Tamaar Padaar’. A weak storyline
along with listless scripting makes this film break the success series of
Prithviraj. After watching this, everyone will think about how ‘choosy Prithvi’
select this script that doesn't give him anything to perform nor does it have
anything exciting to offer in terms of overall plot.
Jumper Thambi, Tube light
Mani and Pauran IPS are the three characters around which the movie is narrated
through the voice of Adv Jayashankar. Each character is introduced one at a
time and their story is told one after the other. By the first half gets over
we get a picture of Thambi and Mani while Pauran makes a brief appearance at
the stroke of intermission. The three characters does not have any connection
but at some point the story interlink these three to take the movie forward.
For making viewers
laugh and entertain, actors like Baburaj and Chemban Vinod do their best making
appearances in films in between moments and situations. But to watch them
continuously for an hour was too tiring though the two actors did their part
well. By the time Prithviraj appeared, it was too late and it was all for a
loosing cause. The narrative style of the movie with the voice of Jayashankar
was plain irritating.
It the whole picture ,
Baburaj and Chemban Vinod score well. Baburaj and Chemban Vinod gave their best
to entertain but with limited success. For Pritviraj, it was totally a wrong
choice of selection and all this movie would do is to break his continous
success and good selection of scripts he makes these days. Srindha Ashab as
Valsala was nice in her brief role that does not have any major presence in the
Debut Director Dileesh
Nair’s direction was good, but in according to the narration style and Script,
that done by himself is makes the movie below average. Bijipal has done a neat
job with the two songs while BGM was also nice. Cinematography by Alby was good
while the editing wise it go down.
Bottom Line Verdict
Tamaar Padaar somehow
it fails to entertain and satisfy the audience, but have some non-repeated
comedy scenes in it. But it make out a disappointment after watching.
Tamaar Padaar is
a Malayalam satirical Comedy film ,
scripted and directed by Dileesh Nair, starring Prithviraj Sukumaran in the lead.
The film also features Baburaj ,
Chemban Vinod and Srinda Ashab in pivotal roles. The movie is produced by Renjith in the banner of Rejaputhra Visual Media. In the film, Prithviraj Sukumaran acts as SP Pouran,
whose main intention is to capture the notorious Sukumara Kurup.
After Windows 8 , Windows
Launched “Windows 10” instead of awaited Win 9. Yesterday Microsoft
announced Windows 10, the numerically questionable successor to Windows 8. By
the way as far now ‘Windows 10’ have the capacity to run all the apps that have
an Android, or Apple ios. It will work both Mobile, Tablets and PC platforms.
So there is no need to use different OS in your all these accessories.
that the Technical Preview is just that: a very early build of what users will
enjoy when Windows 10 goes on sale. As such it states “Download and install the
preview only if you”.
In a final warning (and
a nice show of humour) Microsoft reiterates: “We’re not kidding about the
expert thing. So if you think BIOS is a new plant-based fuel, Tech Preview may not be right
Processor: 1 gigahertz
(GHz) or faster
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB)
(32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
Free hard disk space:
Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
A Microsoft account and
How To Install Windows
10 Technical Preview
If you are happy to go
ahead, however, getting the new Windows is fairly straightforward:
Take note of the
Windows 10 Technical Preview product key you are given
When the download is
complete, transfer the ISO file to installation media such as a DVD or USB
double-click ‘setup.exe’ from the installation media, and then follow the steps
can I upgrade? And how much will it cost?
Microsoft expects to
release the OS sometime in 2015, after the company's Build developer conference
in April. If you're feeling adventurous, you can sign up for the Windows Insider Program on
October 1 to get your hands on the early (and likely buggy) preview build. The
cost for the retail version has yet to be determined.
Windows 10? What happened to Windows 9?
Windows 7 ate 9.
(I kid.) Microsoft wants us to think of the latest version as a fundamental
change tohow Windows works, and the company is skipping a version
number to show it.
got a desktop, and a tablet. How will that work?
Windows 10 isn't just
about PCs. The operating system will run on everything from desktops all the
way down to smartphones, and the user interface will adjust accordingly.
Apps will be coming
along for the ride too, though Microsoft hasn't explained how that's going to
work. We do know that you'll be able to buy one app from the Windows Store and
expect it to run on all your devices. Developers will presumably need to make
universal apps that will adjust their look and feel, depending on your devices
size and capabilities.
full-screen "Modern" apps were a pain. Are they still around?
full-screen apps that debuted with Windows 8 were
alternately known as the "Metro" or "Modern" design. For
Windows 10, full-screen apps will be optional. Let's say you're using a
convertible 2-in-1 device, like the Surface Pro 3,
for example. When the keyboard is docked, you'll see the standard desktop with
Windows 10's "new" old-school Start menu. Once you take the device
off of the keyboard base, the OS will allow you to switch to the
finger-friendly full screen mode Windows 8users are likely familiar with.
actually liked those Modern apps, and bought a few. Are they still around?
It's too soon to say
how Windows 8 developers will react to the changes, but Microsoft did show some
of its own full-screen Modern apps operating in a windowed mode.
the Start menu?
If you hated Windows
8's full-screen Start screen, you're in luck: the new Start menu harkens back
to the good old days, sitting on the left side of the screen and presenting
that familiar pop-up column of shortcuts. And if you liked Windows 8's
approach, there's something here for you too: the new menu will incorporate
Live Tiles and can be customized.
mind the apps -- I need to get things done. Any improvements on that front?
Windows 10 beefs up
Snap, the function that lets you quickly arrange apps side by side, with a new
quadrant layout that lets you split your display up among up to four apps.
There's also support for multiple desktops (finally), so you can keep all your
work apps in one place and quickly slide back to the desktop with your blogs
and Reddit once your boss walks away. And then there's the task view button
that lives on the taskbar. Click it, and you'll get a quick look at all of your
open files, windows, and desktops.
9. Will Windows
10 run on my machine?
It's too early to say. Windows
8.1 did introduce 64-bit computing requirements that ruled out some
ancient processors, but it otherwise played well with PCs that weren't too old.
Suffice to say, if you're picking up a newer device any time between now and
Windows 10's release next year, you should be good to go. Once again, if you're
willing to take risks, you can check out the Windows Insider Program for
an early look.
Popular malayalam music director Gopi Sundar and the makers of super hit movie "Bangalore Days " are in a big trouble. Disappointed by
the track of the hit Malayalam song ‘Kannum chimmi, Kannum chimmi, Kaanum
Kanavaanu Bangaluruuu…’ composed by Gopi Sunder for the movie Banglore Days,
Bryan Adam’s administrative officers have taken steps against makers of the
film for plagiarising tune of the popular ‘Summer of 69’, recorded in 1984.
scrutinising both videos — Banglore Days and Summer of 69 — Mr Michelle Larsen,
an official at Adams Administrative Offices, Vancouver, Canada told Deccan
Chronicle via e-mail that the video had been brought to attention of their
office and they did forward it to the recording labels who deal with Bryan’s
copyright. “They will pursue appropriately if there is any infringement”, he
The fresh music
plagiarism controversy comes after Loreena McKennitt another Canadian singer
sued Malayali composer Deepak Dev and the makers of 'Urumi' for copyright
infringement in 2012.
The 3.5 min
length ‘Summer of '69’, which went viral among music lovers, was written and
recorded by Mr Adams himself, is still grabbing many eyeballs on You Tube. It
was released in June 1985 under A&M Records as the fourth single his album
the query of DC on the alleged plagiarism, Mr Sunder, the composer, admitted
that it was deliberately adapted from the Bryan’s single to get people
entertained. “There is no element of plagiarism, but the track of song is same
as ‘Summer of '69”.
melody notes are entirely different from the original version. If you don’t
know the technical side of music, you may not be able to differentiate it. If
you don’t like this song, please let it go. There is no point for controversy”,
Mr Sunder has
also admitted that the makers of Banglore Days had not got any licence from the
Bryan Adams administrative officers to make use of the track for Banglore
According to the
Copy Right Act 1975, which has given protection to any work relating to
literature, art, craftsmanship, films, music and television, the copyright
holder has exclusive right for publication, production, reproduction,
performance in public and translation, copyright in a work shall be deemed to
be infringed when any person, without a licence granted by the owner of the
Copyright or the Registrar of Copyrights under this Act or in contravention of
the conditions of a licence so granted or of any condition imposed by a
Njaan is purely based
on acclaimed novel K T N Kottur Ezhuthum Jeevithavum by T. P. Rajeevan, which
is based on India's freedom struggle and showcase the magical history of
kerala. In 2009 Ranjith have made Paleri Manikyam Oru Pathira Kolapathakathinte
Kadha which was also inspired from Rajeevan's novel, which bagged various
National and State awards.
It is for the first
time ace director Ranjith joining hand with Dulquer Salman for a movie. In a
recent interview Dulquer said character in Njaan is the most challenging one
Njaan directed by
Ranjith after Kadal Kadannoru Mathukkutty.
Njaan is based on T P
Rajeevan's literary work titled KTN Kottoor: Ezhutthum Jeevithavum. NJAN is not
a typical commercial film nor a conventional art film. Told in a narrative manner,
the film is not everyone’s cup of tea. The film will satisfy class audience
other than entertainment fans. After a big rally of entertainment fun packed
movies, theatres going back to its classy mood. Njaan released over 63+ theatres
Even though Onam
celebration movies are not cleared the theatres yet, it will be a great
challenge to Njann, to be here in box office.
The movie Njann is much
different than other Renjith movies, especially its story telling way of self
Movie begins from post
independent and modern India where Ravi Chandra Sekharan, an IT professional
and an active blogger takes us to the life of KTN Kottoor, a poet, a writer and
a man who stood for the cause of farmers and the poor in the pre independent
India's struggle for freedom. Kottoor as shown in the movie is a looser who
could not reach or achieve his dreams.
The film tried its best
to be a classy one but with a slow pace in movement and showing the past mixed
with the present, a sort of confusion is created that hamper the movie watching
experience. So the portion where the story of Kottoor is shown gets a confusing
feel that lacks clarity. Also it was too lengthy but again since the product is
based on a novel, that makes the director in a tough position as he cannot
remove and chop scenes that will do injustice to the book.
Dulquer had a different
and well written character with him and he has done justice to both the roles
he portrayed. A long list of supporting actors are there in the film and everyone
has contributed with their own share. Suresh Krishna, Haresh Peradi, Joy
Mathew, Sadhique, Saiju Kurup, Irshad and Renji Panicker were the standout
performers. There are no female leads as such with Muthumani, Sajitha Madathil,
Anumol and Jyothi Lakshmi making up the female actors and each of them have
importance and prominence in the overall picture and all of them were equally
good and convincing.
Cinematography by Manoj
Pillai made a difference in the tone and frames while Bijipal's music was a
different one blended with Rafeeq Ahmed's poetic lines. Editing by Sandeep
Nandakumar was fine. Also a word of good for the art direction who has done a
superb job with his craft. It is produced by the director Ranjith himself under the banner of Gold Coin Motion Pictures.
Njan with a different
treatment and making style is not an entertaining experience but it gives a
classy experience. Its a kind of feel good movie. Whether it will make a big
impact at the box office or not, its such a good effort from Renjith. And again
he proved himself that Cinema is an art of Director....
The much awaited Movie by both Indian Film Industry
and Hollywood, Director Shankar's "Ai" Launched its first official
teaser. And getting a wide range of appreciation for it from all over the
Vikram and Emy Jackson appearing in lead roles
Malayalam Super Star Suresh Gopi appeared in a negative role. In Indian
film history this kind of movie is happening at first this time. Asccar
Ravichadran producing this big budget flick.
Director - Shankar
Producer - V. Ravichandran
Starring - Vikram, Amy Jackson
Music - A. R. Rahman
Cinematography - P. C. Sreeram
Editor - Anthony
Banner - Aascar Film (P) Ltd.
Music Label - Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.