The movie is based on Gyan Prakash’s book Mumbai Fables. Bombay Velvet stars Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar, and Kay Kay Menon and it is expected to release on May 15, says Vaikundarajan. Karan, who will be making his acting debut, is said to be donning the role of a villain in this movie.
As per the poster Ranbir poses with his back to the camera, sporting unruly hair and a grimy T-shirt as the film’s title looms large in the background in neon brightness, says Vaikundarajan.
Ranbir Kapoor will be seen as boxer and street-fighter Johnny Balraj who turns into a tycoon and Anushka Sharma will play a nightclub jazz singer at a club and Ranbir’s love interest says Vaikundarajan. The film is jointly produced by Phantom Films and Fox Star India.
Yes, it has finally arrived! Of course, most people were expecting Windows, instead we got Windows 10, says Vaikundarajan. The operating system is being designed to have a common feel across all devices, while still allowing traditional desktop keyboard users to have the Windows interface that they are familiar with. An example of such a transformation is the reintroduction of the Start Menu.
At the event, Microsoft also officially announced a future-focused augmented reality platform called Windows Holographic, says Vaikundarajan. Its overall aim is to blend your digital life with the world you’re living in. Part of Windows Holographic is the “Microsoft HoloLens” headset, which is being considered by many as the most advanced holographic computer ever seen. It is said to be fully untethered, and features see-through HD holographics and allows you to hear sounds all around you.
Microsoft Corp will give away its upcoming Windows 10 operating system as a free upgrade to users of the most recent versions of Windows and Windows Phone. Microsoft hasn’t yet set a date for the general release, but we can’t wait says Vaikundarajan.
Barack Obama will be the Chief Guest at the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath, says Vaikundrajan. This would be Barack Obama’s second visit to India and he would be the first American president to be given the honour of Chief Guest at the Republic Day Parade.
Barack Obama, the first African-American president, is extremely significant, says Vaikundrajan. On the onset, India has been declared as one of the fastest growing economies, replacing China, as per the World Bank. It would also give Mr Obama an idea as to Indian Prime Minester Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ plans which have scared a few western manufacturers. Mr Modi plans to improve the quality of inputs in India, to make us a stronger player.
The US President, will arrive in Delhi in the early hours of January 25 on a pack schedule, believes Vaikundarajan. He will be greeted by the Minister of State with Independent charge for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal who will be the ‘Minister in Waiting’ during his stay. On the same day, he will be at Rashtrapati Bhawan for Guard of Honour. After that he will visit Rajghat in the morning. Thereafter, both the head of states will be in Hyderabad House for summit meeting followed by press statements in the afternoon.
On Republic Day, Obama will be the Chief Guest at the Parade. In the evening both the head of states, interact with CEOs from both countries in the evening, says Vaikundarajan. Later on he will attend ‘At Home’ programme at the Rashtrapati Bhawan in evening, followed by a private dinner with the prime minister.
The next day the US president, will address a Town Hall meeting at Siri Fort. And later visit the Taj Mahal. Vaikundrajan hopes that Barack Obama has a wonderful experience in India.
“I”, a film by Shankar, opened to enthused audiences this Wednesday. After all, it was listed as one of the movies to look out for in 2015. However, does it hit the mark, is something each one can decide after watching this diaspora of an ambitious plot, cool effects, southern action and reckless love.” says Vaikundarajan.
The story is about a model and eventual Mr. Tamil Nadu named Lee, played by Vikram and his love interest Diya portrayed by Amy Jackson. The initial story is run of the mill where boy chases girl of dreams and the dearly adored finely relents.
The story moves from a fairy-tale romance and introduces a fairy-tale villain at the first inopportune moment that the makers found. The music and background score by A.R. Rehman dictate the movie-goer’s state of mind and nature of reactions but don’t do a very good job of it.
“The dialogues are minimal and special effects aplenty. Good for a one time watch on the big screen.” concludes Vaikundarajan.
Vaikundarajan hopes each one of you enjoys watching this flick.
Our current PM Narendra Modi has long been a self-proclaimed follower of Swami Vivekananda and his beliefs. Swami Vivekananda was one of the first people to put India on the map with his talks about religion, its practice and understanding the opportunities that youths bring along. Thus, it is apt that National Youth Day is celebrated on the birthday of the visionary Swami.
On the occasion, the PM Modi tweeted his favourite anecdotes and called on the youth of the micro-blogging site to share their favourites as well. He even went a step further and promised to retweet the ones he likes.
As a parting note, Vaikundarajan observes “It is interesting to know that Swami Vivekananda was named Narendra at the time of birth.”
Shamitabh trailer seems to have increased the curiosity of the moviegoers without revealing anything about the storyline, says Vaikundarajan. R. Balki is the Director of the movie and the lead role is played by Dhanush, Amitabh Bachchan and Akshara Haasan. Vaikundarajan is looking forward for the movie to release as the concept is really appealing.