Name : Sindhu Tolaani
Pet Name : Chindi
Hair : Black
Height : 5. 3''
Birth Date : 28 sep
Family : Father - Service, Mother: Service , Sister: Air-hostess
Star Sign: Libra
Education: Graduate, B.A.(socialogy)
Favorite Films: Notting Hill
Favorite Car: Honda Accord, Benz Smart
Favorite Book: Not very fond of reading
Favorite Food: Rice and Dal
Favorite Hotel: J W Marriot, Mumbai
Favourite Holiday Spot: GOA, Andaman Islands
Favorite Actor: Aamir Khan
Favorite Actress: Kajol, Julia Roberts
Favorite Co-Stars: All the stars that I acted with.
Favorite Attire : Saree
Favorite Color: Baby Pink
Favorite Song: When you say nothing at all... by Ronan Keatin
Favorite Sport: Swimming
Favorite Accessory: Bands on the wrist
Favorite Perfume: Chance by Chanel
Favorite Hobby: Dancing, Horse Riding
Leisure Activities: Listening to music, Driving
First Crush: My next door neighbour
Strengths: My parents
Weakness: My sister
My Motto: Live life to the fullest. Kal Ho Naa Ho!!!
I Hate: Injustice acts
I Love: Everything!!!
My Favorite Site : www.google.com Because you can find everything in it
Sindhu Tolani was born in Bangalore, India on July 19, 1983. She has been a Fair & Lovely cream model girl in the North as well as a successful actress.
Sindhu Tolani shot to "fame" at the age of 20, at her debut in the Tamil movie Sullan with Dhanush directed by Ramana, the film went on to be a major blockbuster at B and C centres and started her career, it was released in 2004.
Another hit followed in Manmadhan with Silambarasan. Since then she has appeared in many Telugu and Kannada films and recently in Majaa with Vikram.
She was also a part of Mani Ratnam's stage show, Netru, Indru, Naalai.
2004 - Sullan
2004 - Manmadhan
2004 - Alaiyadikkuthu
2005 - Majaa
2007 - Pasupathi c/o Rasakkapalayam
2004 - Aithe
2005 - Gowtam SSC
2005 - Athanokkade
2005 - Manmadha
2006 - Pournami
2006 - Pothe Poni
2007 - 50 Lakh (hindi) .... Aditi - Shankar's friend
2008 - Naa Manasukemayyindi
2008 - Bathukamma
2005 - Rishi
Kotha Bangaru Lokam Copied Scenes
Name : Sindhu Tolaani
Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations
Dhanraj and others
Cinematography: Vijay C Kumar
Producer: 'Dil' Raju
Release date: 01/05/2008
A typical family treat, the story begins with Subbalakashmi (Poonam) who is in love with Babu and as expected her marriage gets fixed with someone else. This is arranged by Subbalakshmi's father Neelakanta (Prakashraj) without knowing his daughter's feelings. As expected, she elopes with her lover right on the day of the marriage much to the embarrassment of Neelakanta. Now, he starts his hunt for the two and in this process that they have been helped by local boys of the village and also a few from the city. One among the city happens to be Krishna (Allu Arjun) who is basically a street smart guy but with no activity or career to pursue. Neelakanta and his men manage to kidnap Krishna and the other friends involved in the eloping mission (Sunil, Srinivas Reddy, Chitram Seenu) and all of them are brought to the village. They are accommodated at an out house of sorts which is next to Neelakanta's house and he promises to release them all once the love birds are located. Neelakanta sets out on his search and meanwhile Krishna is smitten by Meena's (Sheila) charms. He is busy trying to woo her and finally manages to win her heart. Much to his dismay, he discovers that she is none other than Neelakanta's second daughter. What happens from here forms the rest of the story.
The director has come across with a clean subject about love and the clash of ideology between the elders and the younger generation again. His narration is good and has come up with a mature presentation of the subject. He has been well supported by some good background score and the cinematography captured the emotions correctly. The script is soft and the screenplay is technically good. All other departments have done a standard job. Allu Arjun has come up in a very different shade this time and it is more of his acting skills that are put to test than anything else, Sheila has come in a deglamorised role and yet again it is the acting quotient that has to be considered, Poonam Bajwa is pretty but her role is limited. The real stunner with a powerhouse performance is Prakashraj who portrays the anguish of a girl's father in a perfect way. Full marks to him, the others like Sunil, Srinivas Reddy came out with decent performances and got some tickles and the rest of the cast have done upto the mark performances.
The technical values, the subject and other aspects are fine but the question of truth is will the audience have the heart to digest Allu Arjun as a character actor than an action packed mass character. This is a conflicting revelation to the audience who goes in with some real fire and end up tasting water. The only chance to bring the film out of crisis would be if the movie works like a slow poison like Bhaskar's 'Bommarillu'. The movie will not appeal to the hot blooded youth in any way and will find its place in the hearts of girls' fathers. There are points in the movie which have given a confusing stand as to who is the real hero, Arjun or Prakashraj. It is very hard for the movie to sustain commercially but will please the class audience.
Mumaith Khan and others.
Dialogues – Ramaswamy
Lyrics – Peddada Murthy, Chaitanya Prasad, Sangu Balaji, Suddala Ashokteja
Music – RP Patnaik
NAA MANASUKEMAINDI – Prem Rakshit, Break Sreenu, Nixon
Camera – Vasu
Editing – Nandamuri Hari
Action – Nandu
Producers – Kalavakuri Ankababu and Somaraju Purushottama Rao
Story, screenplay and direction – Sriram.
Banner: Viswa Sai Arts
Released on: April 25, 2008
Many love stories hit the Telugu screen in the past and the trend continued at present and would also be there in future, because love is an eternal fresh subject. Debut director Sriram scripted a love story which is different from routine. Normally, love stories with college backdrop would have a quarrel between the hero and heroine in one or two scenes and they unite later, the story takes a twist with either elders or some villain intervening in their love affair. In this film, the heroine loses her heart and the hero continued to refuse her love till the climax. It is like a parody to Sukumar's film 'Arya' with Allu Arjun as hero, in which the director coined the slogan 'feel my love'.
Siddhu (Paramesh) never believes in love. For him, girls love boys only if he is rich and could take them around to hotels, pubs and films. After his purse turns empty, they don't even look at him. Gita (Sindhu Tulani) is a down to earth girl. She believes in fate and had a strong feel that nothing can stop if something has to reach us. Once Siddhu saves Gita when she met with an accident by donating blood.
However, Gita doesn't know him as she was unconscious. However, she feels that there was some attachment with him as God doesn't send him to save her. After some time, Gita meets Siddhu and loses her heart totally. Both of them become good friends as their mindset was quite similar. On Valentine's day, Gita proposes to Siddhu. Being a person, who never believes in love, Siddhu refuses her. But with the help of Siddhu's father (Naresh), Gita tries to come close to him and tries to impress him in several ways but fails. In order to put a full stop to her advances, Siddhu brings a girl saying he is going to marry her. Even after their engagement, Gita keeps moving around him. When a goon makes a murder attempt, Gita saves Siddhu and the latter serves her in the hospital, making everyone believe that he is loving her. Did Siddhu really love her? Did Gita was able to marry her? What makes him to realise that love is for each other and not exclusively for men? Answers to all these questions form part of the climax.
Sindhu Tulani excelled in her performance. She had got a lot of chance to perform in this film and she utilised the opportunity well. She gave the impression of a girl in the next door in traditional dresses and also looked gorgeous in modern outfits. She showed different emotions like childish, romantic, loving and good at sentiment scenes too.
Paramesh, though a novice, showed some ease in dances, but he needs to improve his glamour. He needs to improve a lot in his body language.
Naresh also gave a very good performance as a person who is young at heart. Though appeared in a couple of scenes in the climax, Nagababu showed a matured performance. Comedy by Brahmanandam, Chitram Sreenu, and Ali is average.
Music by RP Patnayak is just okay though a couple of songs were melodious. The item song 'Olammo... Ori Nayano...' shot on Mumaith Khan was remixed from an old Telugu hit song.
But for Sindhu Tulani there is nothing great to talk about the movie. Vasu's cinematography is okay in capturing the beauty of foreign locales and in showing the heroine slim in some scenes. Production values of Viswa Sai Arts are good.
Director Sreenu Vytla and Nag’s King film shoot was launched formally today (30th April) at Annapurna Studios without much hungama.
ANR clapped the Muhurtham shot that was filed on Photos of God. Smt.Amala Akkineni switched on the camera.
Trisha is the heroine. Nag is going to do the title role without mustache. Gopimohan is penning the dialogues.
KING movie details:
Director: Sreenu Vytla
Producer: Shiva prasad
Music : Devi sri prasad
Dialogues: Gopi Mohan
Director Poori Jagannath has brought this 6 pack culture in to the Tollywood with his film Desamuduru. Bunny appeared with 6 pack body and again Poori is using the 6 pack with Prabhas for Bujjigadu- made in Chennai.
Now another hero Nithin is also coming up with 6 pack body in his current film Victory with director Ravi C Kumar.
Nithin has developed perfect six pack body with the help of coach Venkat.
Director N Shankar directed films like Encounter, Sreeramulayya and Jayam Manaderaa. After considering the big names like Gunashekar, Vinayak and Krishna Vamsy, Megastar has selected N Shankar for this prestigious political message film ‘Adhinayakudu’.
While preparations are in full swing for Chiranjeevi's new political party and its alliances with other existing parties, writer Paruchuri GopalaKrishna left for bangkok.
Close sources say that he wanted to stay away from disturbances in city and wanted to concentrate only on his script work.
Sources also say that the script is for Chiranjeevi's next movie ADHINAYAKUDU, which might go to floors from last week of may and is planned for year-end release.
This could be a part of general elections strategy, as they're planning to release movie few days before next elections.
This is Megastar’s 149th film and is will be loaded with political dialogues keeping Megastar’s political entry.
It is also heard that the film will be produced by Aswini Dutt, Arvind and K Raghavendar Rao.
Details will be known once Gopala krishna returns from bangkok.
Urvashi Sharma Profile:
Name : Urvashi Sharma
Birth Name : Urvashi Sharma
Sex : Female
Birthplace : New Delhi, India
Profession : Actress, Model
Current Residence : Mumbai
Height : 5' 8"
Sister : Sucheta Sharma (Model)
Acting Education : Vidhur's Creating Characters
Other Talents : Kathak (an Indian Dance form)
Eye Colour : Brown
Hair Color : Black
Ethnicity : Indian
Debut Music Video : Something something (Artist - Mika)
Debut Film : Naqaab
Debut Commercial : McDonald's
Claim to Fame : Sophia in 'Naqaab'
Urvashi Sharma born twenty summers ago in New Delhi is a stunning Indian model and a promising Bollywood actress. Born to Punjabi parents, Urvashi Sharma grew up with dreams to become an actress one day. So the smart lady relocated to Mumbai and stayed with her elder sister and a renowned model, Sucheta Sharma. Meantime she learnt dancing and also took acting lessons from Vidhur's Creating Characters acting school.
The slender 5' 8" tall, Urvashi Sharma began her modeling career with 'Ponds' and garnered widespread attention soon becoming a well known face in modeling world. Soon she secured 'Garnier', 'Kit Kat' and 'Monte Carlo' commercials and featured in several leading magazines and television commercials. A trained Kathak dancer, Urvashi Sharma appeared in Mika's music video "Something Something Meri Jaan" and gave a beautiful performance in a number called, 'Doorie'.
Finally one day her dream of becoming a Bollywood actress had come true when she was cast as a leading lady in a big movie with well known co-stars. She made her film debut with "Naqaab" meaning disguise. The movie was directed by renowned Bollywood director, Abbas Mustan and the star cast included super stars Akshay Khanna and Bobby Deol. Though Naqaab didn't make any waves as expected, Urvashi Sharma's powerful screen presence did wonders for her. Eager to prove herself as a multi talented actress, she even decided to do daring stunts on a boat drive in the movie, which was shot in Dubai.
In spite of the director putting his foot down, the daring actress went ahead and did the stunt herself with ease much to the amazement of the unit members. The producer, Ramesh Taurani of TIPS Films was very much impressed by her adventurous spirit and her eagerness to give a refined performance. He has reportedly signed her for eight upcoming films under his banner. Incidentally, it was Ramesh Taurani who introduced Preity Zinta, Amrita Rao and Shahid Kapoor to Bollywood. Even the director, Abbas Mustan decided to cast her in two of his ventures. Notwithstanding, other producers too are reportedly flocking unto her to sign up for their movies. Urvashi with just one movie behind her has become the most talked about young actress in Bollywood and many moviegoers have already become huge fans of this Gorgeous and Sexy actress.
Urvashi Sharma Quotes:
1. “I always wanted to model and eventually, get into movies,”
2. “as a child, I wanted to become a doctor and even my parents hoped that I would become a professional.”
3. “I had problems attending classes sometimes due to my work, but I still managed somehow. After I passed my 12th standard, I decided to study through correspondence.”
4. “I don't think God wants us to keep running to a temple ten times a day, paying obeisance to Him. God wants us to do our work and do it well and give thanks to Him. I'm a strong believer in the 'work is worship' philosophy. If I’m at work, my mind is totally focused.”
5. “I don't need to meditate or chant a mantra to be able to focus. I love my work, it keeps me ticking. It's when I'm not working that my mind tends to wander.”
6. “Life is a rollercoaster ride. You win some, you lose some. It's in the face of testing times that a person's true character is revealed and strengthened. I believe in enjoying the good times and learning from bad experiences.”
7. “In fact, if we didn't have sorrow, we would never learn to value joy.”
Urvashi Sharma Trivia:
- She comes from a middle-class Punjabi family in Delhi and has no filmy connections.
- She has three siblings. Her eldest sister Sucheta Sharma is a model too, who took care of her when she decided to shift to Mumbai.
- Urvashi Sharma and her sister Sucheta Sharma look pretty alike.
- Urvashi did modeling for Ponds, Garnier, TBZ and Globus.Her first campaign was for Ponds, and then came Garnier, followed by Kit Kat and Monte Carlo.
- She is a very good dancer.
- It is said that she has already signed an 8-film deal with TIPS.
Naquaab (2007)--Sophia 'Sophie' D'Souza (hindi)
Three (2008)-- (telugu)
Baarbaar (2009)--Zia (Hindi)
Chai Gharam(2010)--Nisha ....Post Production (Hindi)
Kamal Haasan starrer Dasavatharam has overshot its Rs.1.3 billion budget and becomes the costliest Indian film to be ever made, said sources.
"Friday's much hyped trip of Jackie Chan to Chennai on a chartered flight had cost Rs.100 million to the producer and has added to the total cost that has now gone beyond Rs.1.4 billion, said sources close to producer "Oscar" Ravichandran."
The producer, however, is not said to be complaining.
"Since top stars from Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini and Mallika Sherawat were present, the worldwide publicity generated has contributed more to the movie's Hindi release than what we actually ended up spending," the source added.
Unfortunately, there was chaos at the film's audio launch function last week in Chennai. Dozens of people, including journalists, were injured when police cane-charged frenzied crowds at the star-studded event.
"Any news is good news. Despite spending all this money, there were no pictures of our shy producer Ravichandran. And there is no mention of his apologising to anyone anywhere," said a publicist associated with the film, referring to the mismanagement of the audio release function.
Tomorrow i.e., on May 1st four movies are releasing. Out of them one(mohini) is kannada dubbing film. Yerra samudram is releasing tomorrow with much applause since tomorrow is may 1st(may day). Bathukama, also releasing tomorrow on the same "may day" sentiment. Parugu which has high expectations b'coz of the Bunny, Dil raju and Bhaskar's combo is also releasing tomorrow.Really there is a tough competition among them.
Tomorrow is going to be a big day for tollywood. Expect these films would hit at box-office.
PARUGUBanner: Sri Venkateswara Creations
Cast: Allu Arjun, Sheela
Direction: 'Bommarillu' Bhaskar
Production: 'Dil' Raju
Allu Arjun is directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar and produced by Dil Raju. Sheela is playing the female lead. The film is about the relationship between a father and his daughter. Prakash Raj plays the role of the heroine's father. Music is by Mani Sharma and the audio is already a big hit. Allu Arjun has some very high expectations from the film as it is coming after his blockbuster hit Desamuduru.
BATHUKAMACast : Sindhu Tolani
Director: T Prabhakar
Music Director: T Prabhakar
The second film hitting the screens is by director T Prabhakar's titled Bathukamma. Sindhu Tulani is playing the lead role in the film. Bathukamma is the biggest traditional festival in the Telangana region. The film has been shot extensively in and around Warangal. Sindhu Tulani acted in the film without any make up. In the back drop of by-polls in the Telangana region, the film is expected to do well.
MOHINICast : Auditya, Sada
Music-Lyrics : Hamsalekha
Story-Screenplay-Direction : SV Rajendra Singh Babu
Producer : A. Mohan, SV Rajendra Singh
ERRA SAMUDRAMDirector and Producer: R Narayana Murthy
Cast: R Narayana Murthy , Jayasree, Sandhya, Jagadeeswari,
Music Director: Vandemataram Srinivas
Erra Samudram is yet another revolutionary dedicated for the cause of the 'reds' by R Narayanamurhty. He is both the producer as well as the director. The story of the film is about how the government is taking away the land of poor farmers in the name of SEZs. Vandematharam Srinivas is the music director.