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    kannada movies websites

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    www.kannadamusicworld.com
    www.kannadaaudio.com
    www.chitraranga.com (in kannada language)
    www.chitraloka.com (in kannada language)
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    www.indiaglitz.com --> Hindi , Malayalam , Tamil , Telugu , Kannada
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    http://in.movies.yahoo.com/news-deta...s-heroine.html

    Baby Shamili, the younger sister of actress Shalini, may be more familiar to Tamil cinegoers for her amazing portrayal in ace Mani Rathnam's Anjali as a mentally-challenged child. Shamili won the prestigious National Award in 1991 for her this performance when she was just three years old. In fact, baby Shamili came to the limelight with Malayalam films much before her entry into Tamil. She mesmerized the audience with her great performances in many Malayalam films in the 90's. She was last seen in Malayalam with Mammootty and Mohanlal in Fazil's Harikrishnans (1998), where she played the youngest sister of the superstars. Baby Shamili, a pretty teenager today, is all set to make a comeback as a full-fledged heroine soon. Shamili bagged a chance to play the heroine in a new Telugu film opposite chocolate hero Siddharth. This untitled film will be directed by debutant Anand Ranga, who earlier assisted Bhaskar in his blockbuster Bommarillu. Anand Renga is said to have impressed Shamili with the story. D.V.V. Danayya will be producing Shamili's debut flick under Universal media banner. This film will start rolling from October 1.
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    Here is a best page describing Top Bollywood Actors:


    Top Actors of Bollywood Movies
    http://jainismus.hubpages.com/hub/To...llywood-Movies

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    "A century of cinema"

    "While it is difficult to define, precisely, what Indian cinema is, it's easy to see why its hundredth year, in 2013, is going to be celebrated. It's a matter of national pride, like a hundred hundreds in cricket — and in at least one sense, there's genuine cause. Ours is the only cinema — let's ignore, for now, the slightly thorny issue of identifying “our cinema” — that has not been squelched under the Hollywood juggernaut."

    "The National Awards, over the years, have made something of a habit of surprising us... And sometimes, like it happened this year, we are surprised by how little we still know about our nation. The award for Best Feature Film was shared by “Deool”, made in Marathi, and “Byari”, a drama named for the dialect spoken by the people in it. The surprise, to some of us, wasn't that a film in the Byari language won. The surprise was that a language named Byari existed."


    "The other hope I harbour while commemorating this centenary is that subtitles be made mandatory for films made in every Indian tongue, even Hindi, which, contrary to the Centre's assumption, isn't exactly a nationally understood language. Perhaps we'd be better equipped to define Indian cinema if we saw films in Malayalam and Marathi and Bengali and Assamese, perfectly in harmony with each moment (and not just a vague sense of the plot)."

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