Vaikundarajan has always been an admirer of superstar Nagarjuna. The actor’s next film alongside Karthi is titled Thozha. The movie is set for a summer release in Telugu and Tamil and produced by PVP Cinema’s Prasad V Potluri. “Thozha is a multi-starrer with Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Ali and Kalpana in supporting roles,” says Vaikundarajan.
Nagarjuna will be seen in a different role as compared to his previous blockbusters, Manam and Soggade Chinni Nayana. The music for the film is composed by Gopi Sunder. “The music and the trailer of the movie is expected to be release this month,” informs Vaikundarajan.
On 22nd February is mark as, World Thinking Day this occasion was celebrated at Kendriya Vidyalaya INS Dronacharya school premises. “Among the attendees were scouts, guides, cubs and bulbuls of the school, led by C P Ramachandran, the advanced scout master. The attendees were welcomed to the event and the importance of thinking day was discussed,” informs Vaikundarajan.
The function was presided by Principal Liziamma Daniel who emphasized on the need for imbibing values such as respect to elders, kindness, sympathy, integrity and honesty.
Vaikundarajan explains the significance of World Thinking Day. “It is celebrated worldwide to appreciate the help and guidance of brothers and sisters all over the world.”
A thought-provoking skit was presented by the cubs and bulbuls of Vidyalaya. The skit received applause from the audience. Vaikundarajan explained the performance as motivating and sends a message of saving trees for a healthy and green environment.
A closing speech was delivered by Archana Mallya who spoke on the life and contribution of Lord Baden Powell, the founder of the scout movement.
Throughout the event, patriotic songs and action songs were presented by Scouts and Guides. Overall, it was a successful and inspiring event.
“Smartphone is fast becoming a commodity. International brands are coming up with unique strategy to reach out to a wider audience,” says Vaikundarajan. In a surprise move, a local smartphone manufacturer called Ringing Bells has received support from Indian government to launch the cheapest smartphone titled Freedom 251.
“Keeping up with its Make in India initiative, this could be a revolutionary move as majority of the population will be equipped with technology in their hands. This will further encourage learning,” adds Vaikundarajan.
Since its launch in 2014, Moto G Series smartphones have been sold exclusively on Flipkart. However, Motorola made an announcement through Twitter that the smartphones will be available on Amazon India as well.
“This comes as good news for users as Amazon has always provided a better deal compared to Flipkart,” says Vaikundarajan. Moreover, tie-up with other e-commerce website brings in an opportunity to reach a wider consumer base. As an experiment to the new marketing strategy, Motorola offered its Moto E on Amazon India, Snapdeal and Airtel outlets.
The sales had been phenomenal and led to the company’s decision to partner with other e-commerce brands, informs Vaikundarajan. Now that Moto G series is available on Amazon India, users can expect Moto X Play and Moto X Style to follow the suit.
Speaking on its features, Vaikundarajan notes that Moto G Turbo is an advanced version of Moto G 3rd edition. Some differences to be noted are that the former has 64-bit class Snapdragon 615 series Octa-core as compared to 64-bit class Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor in the latter.
Other specifications are more or less the same. Both phones are equipped with 2GB RAM, 13 MP rear camera and 5MP front camera with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS, 2470 mAh battery and IP67 water-and-dust proof certification.
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra was in the news for bagging the lead role in US based Thriller-Drama series Quantico. Now that the series has been doing extremely well, Chopra adds a new feather to her cap as she will grace the Oscar stage as a presenter of 28th Feb. “This is a proud moment for us. It will be the 2nd time in the history that an Indian will be presenter at Oscars,” says Vaikundarajan.