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Happy New Year 2013

December 31, 2012 2 comments

Be the first to wish Myfriends with our  Happy New Year 2013 .

Before the golden sun sets,  old calender is destroyed,  And mobile networks get jammed,  I wish in new year every moment is enjoyed.  

Beauty..  Freshness..  Dreams..  Truth..  Imagination..  Feeling..  Faith..  Trust..  This is begining of a new year!  

Fill ur life with Happiness & Bright Cheer,  Bring to u Joy and Prosperity for the whole Year,  And it’s my New Year wish 4u Dear…  Wish u a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR..  

New Year begins, let us pray, that it will be a year with new Peace, New Happiness, and abundance of new friends.. God bless you through out the new Year..  

Pal Pal se banata hai Ehasas, Ehsas se banta hai vishvas, Vishvas se bante hai Rishte, Aur rishte se bante hai koi Khas, Jaise Aap… Happy New Year. Beet gaya jo saal, Bhul jayye, Es Nayai Saal ko Gale lagayye, Karte hain duwa hai Rab se sar jhuka kay… Es Saal ka sare Sapne pura ho Aap Kay, Naya Saal Mubarak ho tuje mere Yaar… Pal Pal se banata hai Ehasas, Ehsas se banta hai vishvas, Vishvas se bante hai Rishte, Aur rishte se bante hai koi Khas,Jaise Aap… Happy New Year. 
 
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December 31, 2012 Leave a comment

Be the first to wish Myfriends with our  Happy New Year 2013 .

Before the golden sun sets,  old calender is destroyed,  And mobile networks get jammed,  I wish in new year every moment is enjoyed.  

Beauty..  Freshness..  Dreams..  Truth..  Imagination..  Feeling..  Faith..  Trust..  This is begining of a new year!  

Fill ur life with Happiness & Bright Cheer,  Bring to u Joy and Prosperity for the whole Year,  And it’s my New Year wish 4u Dear…  Wish u a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR..  

New Year begins, let us pray, that it will be a year with new Peace, New Happiness, and abundance of new friends.. God bless you through out the new Year..  

Pal Pal se banata hai Ehasas, Ehsas se banta hai vishvas, Vishvas se bante hai Rishte, Aur rishte se bante hai koi Khas, Jaise Aap… Happy New Year. Beet gaya jo saal, Bhul jayye, Es Nayai Saal ko Gale lagayye, Karte hain duwa hai Rab se sar jhuka kay… Es Saal ka sare Sapne pura ho Aap Kay, Naya Saal Mubarak ho tuje mere Yaar… Pal Pal se banata hai Ehasas, Ehsas se banta hai vishvas, Vishvas se bante hai Rishte, Aur rishte se bante hai koi Khas,Jaise Aap… Happy New Year. 

 

Today – WordPress New Version 3.5 Released

December 12, 2012 1 comment

On December 11, 2012, WordPress Version 3.5, named for jazz drummer Elvin Jones, was released to the public. For more information on this enhancement and bug-fix release, read the WordPress Blog, and see the Changelog for 3.5

 

Highlights

  • New Media Manager
    • Beautiful interface: A streamlined, all-new experience
    • Create galleries faster with drag-and-drop reordering, inline caption editing, and simplified controls
    • Insert multiple images at once with Shift/Ctrl+click
  • New Default Theme – Twenty Twelve
    • Simple, flexible, elegant
    • Mobile-first, responsive design
    • Gorgeous Open Sans typeface
    • Uses the latest Theme Features
  • Admin Enhancements
    • New Welcome Screen
    • Retina-Ready (HiDPI) Admin
    • Hide Link Manager for new installs
    • Better accessibility for screenreaders, touch devices, and keyboard users
    • More polish on admin screens, including a new color picker
  • For Developers
    • WP_Comment_Query and WP_User_Query accept now meta queries just like WP_Query
    • Meta queries now support querying for objects without a particular meta key
    • Post objects are now instances of a WP_Post class, which improves performance and caching
    • Multisite’s switch_to_blog() is now significantly faster and more reliable
    • WordPress has added the Underscore and Backbone JavaScript libraries
    • TinyMCE, jQuery, jQuery UI, and SimplePie have all been updated to the latest versions
    • Image Editing API for cropping, scaling, etc., that uses ImageMagick as well as GD
    • XML-RPC: Now always enabled and supports fetching users, managing post revisions, searching
    • New “show_admin_column” parameter for register_taxonomy() allows automatic creation of taxonomy columns on associated post-types.

What’s New

Dashboard

  • Switch to prompt text in QuickPress to accommodate longer translated input labels
  • Button styles updated throughout Dashboard to more modern, rectangular shape
  • Help Text improvements throughout

Posts

  • Rename the “HTML” editor tab to “Text”
  • Prevent child categories from being visually promoted to the top level after Quick Edit

Media

  • Add oEmbed suport for SoundCloud.com, SlideShare.net, and Instagram.com
  • New Media Manager: Insert multiple galleries per post and independently order images

Accessibility

  • Add visible focus within admin screens for better accessibility.
  • Add “Skip to content” link to all screens in the admin.
  • Add “Skip to toolbar” accessibility shortcut in the admin.
  • Add ability to log out of user account without mouse input.
  • Add “tab out” of the plugins and themes editors textareas.

Links

  • Link Manager is hidden for new installs and for any existing installs that have no links (all sites with existing links are left as is). This can be restored with Link Manager Plugin
  • Display links in widget if no link categories

Appearance

  • Widgets menu is hidden if your theme hasn’t defined any sidebars
  • Improve display of available custom headers with jQuery Masonry

Plugins

Users

  • Display name defaults to first name and last name for new users
  • Force the user to explicitly choose between content deletion and reassignment when deleting users

Settings

Multisite

  • Multisite installs now work with WordPress in a subdirectory
  • Turn off ms-files.php by default
  • File quotas disabled by default on new installs 

 

Today RAJINI’S BIRTHDAY 12-12-12

December 12, 2012 2 comments
English: Rajinikanth at the audio release of E...

English: Rajinikanth at the audio release of Enthiran (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Superstar Rajinikanth celebrates his 60th birthday today and he will be spending the day with his family. Rajini’s birthday is no less than a festival for his fans the world over.

It is reported that his family and close friends have organized a Shashitabadapoorthi puja (60th birthday celebrations) at the famous Tirukkadiyur temple near Tiruchi. However, it should come to no one’s surprise that Rajini’s fans will be lining up for special poojas and welfare activities for their favourite idol.

Shivaji Rao Gaekwad was on December 12, 1949 and had very humble beginnings. He served as a ticket collector in a local shuttle bus in Bangalore when he was discovered by the legendary K. Balachander who renamed him Rajinikanth.

The year has been exceptional for Rajini. Breaking all box office records Endhiran has emerged as the biggest hit ever. There have also been two new additions to his family. Daughter Aishwarya Rajinikanth, who is married to actor Dhanush gave birth to a baby boy and his other daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth got married to industrialist Ashwin Kumar.

selvabalaji.wordpress.com  wishes Rajinikanth a very happy birthday!

 

Watch Thuppakki Movie Online HQ (youtube)

November 19, 2012 4 comments


Vijay’s Thuppaki Review – First Day First Show Report


One of the key reasons for Thuppaki’s sky high expectations is because the movie marks the beginning of Vijay’s strategy to working with top rung directors (barring Shankar’s Nanban which was a faithful remake of 3 Idiots). This is probably the best line-up of crew members and technicians for a Vijay movie. On the casting side, Kajal Aggarwal, Vidyut, Sathyan, Jayaram have provided the required support for Vijay to showcase his talent.  Does the script keep you engaged throughout the running time of 2 hour 45 minutes? Will Thuppaki uplift the festive mood this Diwali? Definitely, Yes.

The story opens in Mumbai with a bomb blast in a public bus. Jagdish (Vijay) is on a mission to find the terrorist gang and people behind the blast. There are twists and unexpected turns along the way. The story has enough ammo to fire up Vijay’s fan base.

Thuppakki is Vijay; Vijay is Thuppakki


Vijay has carried the movie from start to finish with his self-assured confidence and trade-mark style. The script makes frequent switch-overs from intense sleeper cell scenes to commercial love/comedy scenes. Vijay was able to make some bumpy transitions look convincing with his acting abilities. As always, Vijay dances effortlessly and comedy comes to him naturally. Vijay’s costumes, pleasant looks and mischievous expressions will surely win him more female fans. Vijay looks fit and younger in his toned muscular physique.

Story, Direction and Screenplay


AR Murugadoss’ engaging story is narrated in gray tones balanced with commercially colourful compromises. The movie may have minor similarities to Ramana which has worked out well again. Murugadoss has done his homework by consulting ex-CBI chief Karthikeyan and the details are blended in nicely while dumbing it down for audience. AR Murugadoss has intentionally slowed down the pacing and narration in critical scenes (e.g., Hospital security chief conversation in the terrace) to get the message across. The dialogues about common people’s (un)willingness to put their life at risk to fight terrorism are well written and delivered by Vijay. Also, the hero putting his sister in a high-risk operation provides the impetus and emotional connect with the audience.

It is interesting to note that the villain (Vidyut) tracks down the hero instead of other way around, which is usually seen. Another aspect which is told subtlely is Vijay’s undercover act passing off as a common man similar to the way terrorist sleeper cells operate. Vijay’s exterminating the sleeper cell operations in Mumbai is not revealed to his lover, family or others (except his cop friend Sathyan). This aspect could have been underlined a bit for additional impact and stronger appreciation for Jagdish’s character.

The love/comedy scenes and songs definitely stick out like sore thumb since they are not integrated well with the story line. It is understandable why AR Murugadoss had to make these compromises. We are pointing this out without really complaining since such intrusions have become essential to satisfy the fan base and common audience with diverse set of expectations.

Highlights 


  • Stylish portrayal of Vijay in anti-terrorism operations have a perfect closure with mass elements. For instance, scenes such as simultaneous execution of 12-for-12 sleeper cell killings at precisely the same minute, sister rescue scenes with sniffer dog, and the final scene where he symbolically blows up the ship with his hand gesture and subsequent punch dialogue before villain killing are sure treats for fans.
  • AR Murugadoss seems to have taken a tip from his association with Aamir Khan in Ghajini Hindi remake. Upon Aamir’s insistence, some emotional scenes involving Asin’s memory were added after climax action sequences in Hindi version. AR Murugadoss has used similar finish in Thuppakki giving a nice emotional touch and meaning to the movie by extolling the virtues of army.
  • Kajal has done her role exceptionally well in perking up the lighter moments with her expressions, dance moves in songs and chirpy love scenes laced with humour. Kajal has good scope in both “Antarctica” song (interesting concept) and “Alaika Laika” (showcasing her dance moves). Kajal’s presence enlivens the scenes and songs for people looking for relief from action scenes.
  • Santhosh Sivan‘s Cinematography and Sreekar Prasad‘s editing keep the narration tight despite relatively long running time. The candid capture of Mumbai adds to the style and character of the city. Santosh’s fast working style is critical to the successful shooting of scenes in real locations in Mumbai. Harris scores big in the final minutes with his song (“Poi Varavaa“) dedicated to army jawans which is sure to leave a lump in your throat. Harris’ BGM keeps up the pace and makes the operations look convincing with his theme track.

What could have been better?


  • Song picturizations look low-budget. Almost 4 out of 5 songs solely rely on Vijay’s dance moves, which gets a bit repetitive for general public. AR Murugadoss and Santhosh Sivan have pulled out some of the old tricks of picturizing the songs in big stadiums, by using bright incandescent lights in the background to make it look richer. Vijay’s introduction song “Kutti Puli Kootam” and opening fight scenes are speed breakers right after the word “go”.
  • Screenplay could have been tighter. Even though the individual scenes were riveting, the bigger purpose required to latch the audience interest lacks full conviction. The objective of killing the head of sleeper-cell (Vidyut) lacks macro-connection resulting in lack of depth for Vijay vs Vidyut’s clash. Some of the lengthy climax fight sequences in the ship could have been trimmed. The final 10+ minutes of man-to-man combat scenes with Vidyut led to some chatter among audience.

Bottomline


With right promotions and word of mouth reaching out to neutral and family audience, Thuppakki is well positioned to get tagged along with Ghilli and  Pokiri.

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Paradesi First Look – bala ready for next national award!

October 30, 2012 2 comments

 

 

Thupakki Songs

October 30, 2012 Leave a comment

 Thupakki Tamil Movie

01.Kutti Puli Koottam
Artist(s): Hariharan, Tippu, Narayana, Satyan, Ranina Reddy
Lyricist: Viveka

02.Antarctica
Artist(s): Vijay Prakash, Krish, Rajeev, Devan
Lyricist: Karky

03.Poi Varavaa
Artist(s): Karthik, Chinmayee
Lyricist: Pa. Vijay

04.Google Google
Artist(s): Vijay, Andrea Jeremiah, Joe, Krishna Iyer
Lyricist: Karky

05.Vennilave
Artist(s): Hariharan, Bombay Jayashri
Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

06.Alaikaa Laikaa
Artist(s): Javed Ali, Sayanora Philip, Sharmila
Lyricist: Pa. Vijay

07. jagadish On Mission (Theme)

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