Wedding bells may come soon in Superstars house

Recently we published a news about Rajini and Latha Rajini searching alliance for their younger daughter Soundarya.

Soundarya was refusing for the marriage for now and was also told in the news.

The latest news reaching us is really shocking us, as like her elder, she is also fallen in love with a boy named Varun.

Varun is son of a leading road contractor and is very responsible in supporting his dad in his business. Varun is also highly educated from reputed institutes.

While Danush bought BMW car, it was this Varun, who gave guarantee for him.

Rajini was approached by Varun's family and they formally asked the girl for their son.

As of now both Varun and Soundarya are busy discussing in high end business places!!!

Simbhu is not important : Dhanush

Dhanush’s Yaaradi Nee Mohini will hit the theatres this Friday and while talking about the film which is a remake of Telugu blockbuster Aadavari Maatalaku Ardhale Verule directed by his brother Selvaraghavan, Dhanush comes across as a very satisfied man. He says, “YNM is a romantic comedy where I have donned on a simple boy-next-door role. Nayanthara’s character also will be liked by everyone.” Answering to a query on his next film, Dhanush says that it will be under the direction of Suraaj produced by Vijaya Vani Productions. The name of the film would be Padikkadavan and the heroine is yet to be finalized.

Reacting to recent news in the media that Prabhu Deva has plans to do a film with Dhanush and Silambarasan, the lean actor reveals, “If I like the script, I don’t mind acting with not only Silambarasan but with anyone. But as of now, I have enough projects in hand and have not thought about teaming up with Prabhu Deva”.

Padikathavan stopped as of now

The start of Dhanush’s new film Padikadhavan has been inauspicious. The film has run into a ban by the Film Employees Federation of South India (FEFSI) on the first day of its shooting. The problem was Dhanush’s dates. The ban was imposed on the film by FEFSI upon receiving a complaint from the Gemini Labs banner. The production house claims that Dhanush had agreed to do a film for them immediately after Yaaradi Nee Mohini. However, the actor has dishonored the commitment and started work on Padikadhavan.

The shooting of the movie has been temporarily stalled till the issue is resolved. We do not know the truth of the matter, but whatever it is, the shooting of a movie being held up is not a solution to anybody’s problem. Hope matters are settled soon.

Yaaradi Nee Mohini Review

Yaaradi Nee Moghini is smartly packaged with everything inevitable in a Dhanush movie. With subdued emotions that hardly ever go overboard and in your face humor, director A. Jawahar gets everything almost right. Dhanush is a happy go lucky guy desperately in search of a job despite his bare minimum qualifications. One of those job-search episodes makes him catch a glimpse of Nayan who works for a software company. Dhanush falls instantly in love at first sight and luck favours him to secure a job in the same company, much to his delight, in Nayantara's team.

While Dhanush nurtures his love for Nayantara secretly, she turns a blind eye considering his lack of education and proper upbringing. And when he reveals his feelings, Nayantara turns him down, further humiliating his father Raghuvaran, leading to death. Although secretly in love with Dhanush, Nayantara, considering her orthodox Brahmin Iyengar background, decides to be married to Karthik instead. The wedding has already been planned by her parents. However, in the end, she expresses her love to Dhanush the night before the wedding. Now it is for Dhanush to decide whether to accept the love that cost him so dearly or to turn his back and pretend to lead a normal life.


Dhanush has immense scope in a role that is tailor-made for him and he pulls it off with consummate ease. Be it as a distraught jobless youngster or a love struck man craving for the impassive dream girl, the job couldn’t have fit anyone else this well. Nayantara dispels her bombshell act and proves that she can more than just that. She breaks into tears when needed, shows vicious contempt when rubbed the wrong way in the name of love, and looks endearing in songs.

Raghuvaran performance deserves a standing ovation and is a proof of how magnificent an actor he was. Ironically, there are scenes in the movie that has Dhanush perform Raghuvaran last rituals that will reduce a viewer to tears.

The humor goes with the flow, and scenes like the whole family of a dozen’s trip to the textile shop in a single vehicle is sure to bring the house down. Karunas establishes that Dhanush brings the best out of him yet again.

Director Jawahar has neatly framed the movie with less melodrama that is surprisingly tad unusual for a movie that focuses on a love story of a girl hailing from an orthodox family. Yuvan’s re-recording breathes life into the movie. So do the songs. Three of them linger long after you have left the theatre. Special mention must be made of the item number performed by a Ragasiya in the train that averts folks from sneaking out of the halls for a smoke. Hats off to the cinematographer who has captured Australia’s vibrant landscape breathtakingly but the director could have explored more beauty of that lovely country. Bhaskar’s editing helps keep up the pace of the movie.

If you do not mind the usage of crude language, especially between a father and a son, and the dialogues in general that seem a little bent towards a B and C center audience, you are in for a total treat in the Dhanush brand style.

Rating can be 4/10

 
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