Showing posts from June 9, 2019

Kasada Tabara is not an anthology -Chimbu Devan

 By Rinku Gupta Chimbu Devan’s multi-starrer Kasada Tabara has been getting a lot of attention on social media. The director says, “It was entirely a different and phenomenal experience to work with such a bunch of talented actors and technicians. Name anyone in this league - Harish Kalyan, Sundeep Kishen, Shanthanu Bhagyaraj, Venkat Prabhu, Premgi Amaran, Vijayalakshmi or Priya Bhavani Shankar, everyone is known for their unique performance. In addition, they are actors who haven’t been part of a rat race, but always been   searching for the right projects." About the technical team he adds, "From the well celebrated iconic Yuvan Shankar Raja, to Santhosh Narayanan and the current sensations like Ghibran and Sam CS, it’s unimaginably a huge boon to Kasada Tabara. I am thankful to producers V. Rajalakshmi and Trident Arts R Ravindran for trusting this concept and helping to materialize it. Now to see the response for the first look and motion poster gives  us a hu

Pooja Bedi to join peaceful demonstration in Mumbai for gender equality laws

by Rinku Gupta Bollywood actor and columnist Pooja Bedi who is part of  the support group for actor Karan Oberoi and and has been heralding  the #MenToo movement, is going to be part of a peaceful demonstration in Mumbai on June 15th at the Azad Maidan. The movement aims to  push for gender equality in laws in the country. Says Pooja who is a good friend of actor Karan Oberoi, " The #MenToo movement  has become a united front for several men's rights groups such as those headed  by Amit deshpande, Barkha Trahan, Deepika Bharadwaj and others. It's a unifying  force and our collective energy is garnering  huge attention.  And now we hope to push further for  change." The group aims to take concrete steps in that direction. Pooja elaborates, " We will be taking the #MenToo agenda to parliament and pushing for change in legislation. An entire strategy is being worked on so it doesnt just become another agenda buried under heaps of paper." The eve