ASIN’S DEBUT IN BOLLYWOOD

November 29, 2008

Everyone knew about asin who makes debut in kollywood and then switch over to bollywood. She has done one of the lead role in aamir khan’s ghajini With another exciting Bollywood film in her kitty, South Indian actress Asin, who recently made her Bollywood debut with Aamir Khan-starrer Ghajini, says she has received a warm welcome by the industry.

Asin’s next Hindi film is Vipul Shah’s London Dreams which also stars Salman Khan and Ajay Devgan.

“I was approached for London Dreams while I was shooting for Ghajini. I don’t know how they found out about me. I have just finished a long schedule of shooting the film abroad and some of it is still left.

“But I feel I have received a very warm welcome to Bollywood. Both my initial projects are with good banners, actors and filmmakers. I feel lucky and blessed”.

BATMAN NOMINATED FOR OSCAR

November 3, 2008

One of the finest film i have watched ever is Batman returns. this film is now nominated to the oscar award putting aside many hollywood film i think it will get the oscar award.

Aside from Ledger’s big score, the D.C. faction gave big props to Slumdog Millionaire. The feel-good story of a Mumbai boy who hits it big on the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire won a leading four awards, including Best Director for Danny Boyle, Best Breakthrough Performance by newcomer Dev Patel and Best Adapted Screenplay by Simon Beaufoy.

The Fox Searchlight flick keeps padding its award résumé, having been named Best Picture by the National Board of Review last week.

Mickey Rourke continued his surprising march toward an Oscar nod, winning Best Actor for The Wrestler, while Meryl Streep received Best Actress honors for her nun turn in Doubt. She stole some of the awards-season thunder from her Devil Wears Prada lackey Anne Hathaway, who was NBR’s Best Actress pick for Rachel Getting Married.

But Rachel didn’t go unrecognized, as Rosemarie DeWitt was named Best Supporting Actress for being mean to Hathaway in the Jonathan Demme family drama. Rachel Getting Married writer Jenny Lumet won for Best Original Screenplay.