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Monday, January 11, 2010

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If somebody visited the legendary MGR's home, he'd unfailingly enquire if they had eaten ­ and if they hadn't, he'd serve a three-course meal. He went through a poverty-stricken childhood so MGR never forgot what it was to go hungry. Any guest who visited him always went back well fed.

Actress B saroja devi was as known for her extraordinary fashion sense as her acting. they say that she never repeated any of her blouses or jewellery designs in any film ­ and set new fashion trends with each film.

Director Sridhar was looking for a unique face for his classic film, Vennira Aadai, and auditioned many girls. One particular girl, despite her conventional good looks was rejected by the director and in her place was cast a young Jayalalitha. The rejected actress went on to become the dream girl of Bollywood: Hema Malini.

Yesudas is one of those singers that come along one in a lifetime. In a career spanning over four decades he has lent his voice for over 40,000 films most Indian languages. He has won seven national awards for best singer, the most by any singer in the country.
Assamese and Kashmiri are the only languages he has not sung in.

chemmeen, a renowned Malayalam novel by Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai has been translated into more than thirty languages and later it was made into a film by Ramu Kariat and released in 1965.
It won the Indian President's Gold Medal for the Best Film of 1965. Incidentally, it was also one of the first Malayalam movies in colour and was recognised as technically and artistically a brilliant film.
Abdul Khader alias Prem Nazir, was considered as one of the all time superstars in Indian cinema.
He is still referred to as nithya haritha nayakan (Ever green hero). Nazir holds two Guinness records: one for acting with the same heroine Sheela in 107 films and the other for playing the lead role in over 700 films. The government of India honoured him with the Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri, the third and fourth highest civilian honours respectively, for his contribution to Indian cinema.

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