The narrative seems to go absolutely nowhere from start to finish, says S Saraswathi. Vincent Selva's 2005 supernatural thriller Jithan, starring producer RB Choudary's son Ramesh, was the surprise hit of the year. The film did so well that it earned its debutant actor, the tag 'Jithan Ramesh'. A remake of the Hindi film Gayab, Jithan was penned by Ram Gopal Varma. Its sequel has been written Vincent Selva, and directed by newcomer Rahul. Except for the very brief and ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
An art exhibition featuring cats in the run-up to Meow, a Tamil thriller Meow. That's the name of an upcoming Tamil thriller which has a Persian cat named Selfie playing the lead role. In tandem with the title, Art Houz inaugurated a show called ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
Below is a list of expected attendees at tonight's Nordic State Dinner. Additional details about the State Dinner are available HERE . THE PRESIDENT AND MRS. OBAMA Honorees HIS EXCELLENCY SAULI NIINISTÖ, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ...The White House, 2 weeks ago Complete guest list for the Nordic state dinner Washington Post, 2 weeks ago Brooks Takes Command of UNC, CFC, USFK Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 3 weeks ago
U.S. GeneralVincentBrooks has been sworn in as the newcommander of U.S. forces stationed in South Korea. The South Korea-U.S. Combined ForcesCommand said Saturday that a change of command ceremony was held at 3 p.m. at Yongsan Garrison in Seoul.Korea Broadcasting System, 4 weeks ago
Returning to screen after a long sabbatical, it's the horror-comedy genre that Jithan Ramesh has selected as his comeback vehicle. Unlike his previous outing in 2005-superhit Jithan, the second instalment is certainly not a logical sequel. The ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago Ramesh helps Srushti overcome fear of ghosts Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Actor Ramesh, who shot into limelight after his film Jithan (2005) became a superhit, is now ready to impress again with Jithan 2. The second part, which is all set to hit screens on April 8, has been produced and directed by Rahul P. This is a ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Advances in ballistic and cruise missile capabilities among potential adversaries are putting U.S. forces and allies at greater risk. The Pentagon is looking to industry to provide solutions to the growing problem, as it beefs up its theater missile ...National Defense Magazine, 2 months ago
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