Mohanlal's website displayed an image of the Pakistani flag with 'Free Kashmir' message
In the past few years Mammootty had 29 releases and barring a few, none really shook the box office. Lal had 22 releases, and Gopi, who was busy with TV assignments, had 19, but all the films met with the same fate
Escape To Nowhere, by Amar Bhushan, is an espionage thriller on the disappearance of a RAW officer in 2005
Akkineni Nageswara Rao (ANR) passed away today (January 22) and celebrities like Madhur Bhandarkar and S S Rajamouli remember him as "the doyen" and "towering father figure" of Telugu cinema.
Shah Rukh Khan, who performed with southern stars Mohanlal and Mammootty at the recent 16th Ujala Asianet Film Awards in Dubai, said that he was touched by the love they bestowed on him.
Along with an interesting line up of films featuring superstars such as Rajinikanth's Kochadaiiyaan, Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroopam 2 and Mahesh Babu's 1: Nenokkadine for next year, works of a new breed of actors and filmmakers will also rule the roost in the New Year.
Tamil superstar Vijay, who has teamed up with Malayalam superstar Mohanlal in the upcoming film Jilla, has requested his director to place his name after his senior co-star's in the film's title card.
Mohanlal is impressed with Sachin Tendulkar's speech at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai last week and says the legend has set an example for generations to come.
"I'm not dead yet," said Kanaka Mahalakshmi, a well-known southern actress, to squash rumours of her death.
It's celebration and jubilation time in the Malayalam film industry, an integral part of the 100-year-old Indian film industry, which is gearing up for the platinum jubilee of its talkies later this year.
Malayalam superstar Mohanlal has done it again -- he has teamed up with the daughter of an ex-leading lady. The veteran of more than 300 Malayalam films says it's part of his profession.
Malayalam superstar Mohanlal, who turns 53 on Tuesday, will be busy shooting for upcoming Tamil action-drama Jilla.