Oct 7





Kalanikethan-Hyderabad’s favourite shopping destination unveils its massive fashion mall at Nizamabad. With the rise in demand of family oriented malls, Kalanikethan brings you one of the finest shopping mall for the citizens of Nizamabad. Kalanikethan-the brand which has been catering to the needs and wants of its customers with innovative designs & exclusive clothing’s, is now here to fulfil the rising demands of “fashion oriented clothing” for the denizens of residents of Nizamabad.

Kalanikethan has always brought something new & different to its customers while keeping in mind the traditions & culture of the society and that’s how Kalanikethan stands apart from any other regular shopping outlet. With the launch of Nizamabad outlet, Kalanikethan has initiated its aim of defining the fashion to its customers.

On this auspicious occasion of launch Famous Actress Samantha inaugurated the Kalanikethan at Nizamabad; the actress looked elegant in her ensemble and later posed with the collection of Kalanikethan. The Actress said “The Showroom gives in a fresh look and the collection over here looks simply stunning, the sarees & other designer wears at Kalanikethan are elegant and stylish.

The   Fresh Collection features expressly designed outfits like Sarees, Ghagras, Lehenga’s and many more. Kalanikethan has a wide variety of sarees like Banaras, Pattu, Uppada, Chiffon and many more. The Sarees at Kalanikethan are of best quality and are specially designed to meet the customers changing tastes. Kalanikethan is known for its unique designs and quality and had been in the process of updating incessantly to meet the demand of customers varying tastes.

Kalanikethan @ Nizamabad is one of the finest Shopping Mall dedicated for complete family shopping. Kalanikethan @ Nizamabad has range of diversified ethnic wears starting from traditional wears to designer wears to formal wears for all age groups. It is one of the exemplary malls which cater to all kinds of readymade garments, sarees, jewellery, gifts etc. It’s a one stop shop for all your needs. This multi-storey shopping mall with plush ambience generates the accurate mood for shopping.

Oct 4
Femina Style Diva Pune – A night to remember
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Intro: Everyone has their own style. No matter what your look, there’s an inner stylist making decisions for you. Malvika Sitlani took home the top honours at the second edition of Yin Yang Femina Style Diva Pune.  Here’s a look at the events of the dazzling evening.
The Yin Yang Femina Style Diva Pune, 2013 turned out to be a show that left the audiences wanting more. The event was aimed at unveiling young and aspiring fashionistas, and to assist them to come into their own—stylishly. We were looking for that chic, well-dressed woman who knows the difference between being a trendsetter and a trend follower. Like the first edition, the call for entries received an overwhelming response. Finally, 16 stylish girls were chosen. These fashion-forward contestants were mentored by supermodel-turned ace choreographer, Achla Sachdev, who taught the finalists to hold their own on the ramp with poise and confidence. The 16 contenders were also groomed in articulation by Eva Pavithran, associate editor, Femina.
The first round put the contestants’ creativity to test. They had to style outfits from their own wardrobe. From a skirt made out of a lungi to a gown designed by them, the girls impressed not only the judges but also the invitees who were cheering for them throughout. For round two, the girls walked the ramp with clothes designed especially for them by Pune-based designer Seema Singh. Round three saw the contestants flaunt their accessorising skills to match the gorgeous resort wear designed by Pria Kataria Puri. The finalists wore beautiful gowns designed by Babita Malkani for the last round, and the judges asked them fun style-related questions.
The evening saw amazing performances by Illuminati dance troupe. Stand-up comedian Rohan Joshi had everyone in splits and Usha Uthup brought the house down with her amazing vocal skills. Our esteemed panellists consisted of actor Jaqueline Fernandes, director Abhishek Kapoor, actor Yami Gautam, Tanya Chaitanya, editor, Femina, Dr Madhu Chopra of Studio Aesthetique Jitesh Pillaai, editor Filmfare, Hrishikesh CEO & Director Yin Yang a project by Pashankar group and Vishal Singh GM Hyatt Pune Kalyani Nagar.
Tanya Chaitanya, editor, Femina says, “Femina Style Diva provides a great platform for young women who love playing dress up and have an innate sense of style. They may not all end up in the fashion industry, as we had an interesting mix of contestants this year—from physiotherapists and singers to dance choreographers and investment bankers. Yet, they were all given an incredible opportunity to showcase their own personal style. We at Femina believe we’re making the world a stylish place.”
The event was attended by the whos who of pune including designers Nivedita Sbaoo, Moushmi Sanas, Nafisa Hashim, author Sudha Menon, fashion photographer Sameer Belvalkar, Pranav Ganbote, Minoti Makkim, Santosh Deshmukh & Rishi Nath from Piaggio, Mr. Anand Bhede from RB Group India, Rekha Dubey CEO of Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital, Sheetal Biyani, owner of Sheetal Creations, Paloma Ganguly of Bikram Yoga, Dr. Santosh Katekari of ADHI , Cawas Pundole of Ct Pundole ,Tina Varma director Charus Advertising, Chandrakala Sanap renowned makeup artist, Rohit Navale, director, Sinhgad Institutes, Sanyogita Ramanan of Gold’s Gym and many more.
The glitzy evening came to an end when Malvika Sitlani walked away with the title of Yin Yang Femina Style Diva Pune, 2013. Steffi Natalya and Muskaan Sodhi took the first runner up and second runner up spots respectively.
Sep 14

SIIMA – Winners of Technical, Music & Gen Next Awards details below:

Shruti Hasan Dancing at SIIMA 2013 in Dubai

Shruti Hasan Dancing at SIIMA 2013


Best Cinematographer
For Tamil: Sukumar – Kumki

For Malayalam: Sameer Thahir (Diamond Necklace)

For Kannada: Surya S Kiran – Addhoori

For Telugu: KK Senthil Kumar (Eega)

Best Dance Choreographer
For Tamil: Gayathri Raghuram – Nila Nila (Aravaan)

For Malayalam: Brinda – Aatumanal Payayil (Run Baby Run)

For Kannada: Imran Sardhariya – Tumba Nodbedi (Anna Bond)

For Telugu: Sekhar – Julai (Julai)

Best Fight Choreographer
For Tamil: Kecha – Thuppakki

For Malayalam: Kanal Kannan (Mallu Singh)

For Kannada: Ravi Verma – Krantiveera Songolli Rayanna

For Telugu: Ram Lakshman (Gabbar Singh)


Best Lyricist
For Tamil: Dhanush – Kannazhaga (3)

For Malayalam: Anu Elizabeth Jose – Muthuchuppi (Thattathin Maraathu)

For Kannada: AP Arjun – Ammate (Addhoori)

For Telugu: Bhaskarabhatla Ravi Kumar – Sir Osthara (Business Man)

Best Playback Singer (Male)
For Tamil: Dhanush – Kolaveri (3)

For Malayalam: Vijay Yesudas – Mazha Kondu (Spirit)

For Kannada: V Harikrishna – Tumba Nodbedi (Anna Bond)

For Telugu: Thaman S – Sir Osthara (Business Man)

Best Playback Singer (female)

For Tamil: Saindhavi – Uyinn Uyire (Thaandayam)

For Malayalam: Remya Nambeesan – Andalonde (Ivan Mefharoopan)

For Kannada: Vani Harikrishna – Mussanje Veleli (Adhoori)

For Telugu: Geetha Madhuri – Melkalu (Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu)

Best Music Director

For Tamil: Harris Jayaraj (Thuppakki)

For Malayalam: Shaan Rahman (Thattathin Marayathu)

For Kannada: Arjun Janya – Romeo

For Telugu: Devi Sri Prasad – Gabbar Singh


Best Debutant Actor

For Tamil: Vikram Prabhu (Kumki)

For Malayalam: Dulquer Salmaan (Second Show)

For Kannada: Dhruva Sarja (Adhoori)

For Telugu: Sudheer Babu – Siva Manasulo Sruthi

Best Debutant Actress

For Tamil: Lakshmi Menon (Sundarapandian)

For Malayalam: Isha Talwar (Thattathin Marayathu)

For Kannada: Parul Yadav – Govindaya Namaha

For Telugu: Regina Cassandra – Siva Manasulo Sruthi

Best Debutant Director

For Tamil: Karthik Subburaj (Pizza)

For Malayalam: Sugeeth (Ordinary)

For Kannada: Pawan Wodeyar – Govindaya Namaha

For Telugu: Marathi – Ee Rojullo

Best Debutant Producer

For Tamil: CV Kumar – Thirukumaran Entertainments (Attakathi)

For Malayalam: Siddharth Roy Kapoor & Ronnie Screwala (U TV Motion Pictures) – Grandmaster

For Kannada: KA Suresh (Govindaya Namaha)

For Telugu: Maruthi – Ee Rojullo


Rising Star of South Indian Cinema (female) – Nitya Menen
Rising Star of South Indian Cinema (male) – Navin Pauly
Romantic Star of South Indian Cinema – Diganth
Sensational Music Director – Anirudh
Sensational Debut of the Year – Udayanidhi Stalin
Sensation Innovative Marketing – 3
Stylish Actress of South Indian Cinema – Sruthi Haasan
Pride of South Indian Cinema – Asin
Youth Icon of South Indian Cinema – Kajal Agrawal


SIIMA 2013 DAY 1 HQ PHOTO GALLERY – 313 Photos

SIIMA 2013 DAY 2 HQ PHOTO GALLERY – 409 Photos

Sep 11
Anthaku Mundu Aa Tharuvatha

Antaku Mundu Aa Taruvata

Antaku Mundu Aa Taruvata – AMAT (Before and After) Dazzles the USA with Collections…

Fables Cinemas in Association with Bhargavi Enterprises and Sri Ranjith Movies Hyderabad, is proud to state that AMAT collections in the USA has surpassed everyones expectations and has garnered an amount of $52500.

These figures are the best in the recent times for a small budget movie.The combination of ” Ala Modalaindi” Producer
K.L.Damodar Prasad and “Ashta Chamma” Director Mohana Krishna Indraganti has created wonders.

It’s has been proved once again that Sri Ranjith Movies, which believes in making concept driven movies along with creative directors, is always accepted with warmth and affection from the audience.

This gem of a film has not only created huge value for the director Mohana Krishna Indraganti, which will reflect in his subsequent movies, but also established extraordinary brand value for Producer K.L. Damodar Prasad’s Sri Ranjith Movies worlwide as a company that makes meaningful and story-centric movies.

Sep 10

Sri Venkateswara Museum, Tirumala

Sri Venkateswara Museum, Tirumala

Sri Venkateswara Museum at Tirumala, one of the renowned theosophical museums in the world, is all set to come out with innovative display that will depict the 5000 years of glorious history of Tirumala during the annual Srivari Brahmotsavalu which is slated for 5th October.

Rare Gold Coins Display

Rare Gold Coins Display

The museum is situated in a sprawling area of 1.25lakh sq.ft opposite to Vaikuntham Queue Complex in Tirumala and houses 12 galleries which includes photo gallery, stone sculpture gallery, armaments gallery, instrument gallery, bronze idol gallery etc. and house rare articrafts that belong to 1st Century to 20th Century AD.

Rare Rama, Laxmana, Sita & Hanuman Statues

Rare Rama, Laxmana, Sita & Hanuman Statues

However, the Chief Museum Officer of TTD Sri. J. Vijay Kumar, said, “Earlier this museum is located inside 1000 pillar mandapam when it was brought in to ligt in 1980. Later the location is shifted to the new building in 1997-98. The pagodas (apex) of the museum have been constructed in the form of Akshardham of Gujarat”, he added.

Rare Rhythmic Percussion Instruments

Rare Rhythmic Percussion Instruments

Briefing on the brahmotsavam arrangements, the Museum Chief said, “Last year, we have received huge response for our expo during annual brahmotsavalu. This year we are planning to display the rare picture of old Tirumala sketched by a British officer in 1874 which we collected from Archives from Hyderabad. We have also sent a proposal to the management for the permission to display the Annamaiah copper plate manuscripts, rare antique coins hailing from Roman era to British era that was being found in Srivari Hundi at Tirumala. Apart from this we are also planning to display 108 divya desams, some pictoral routes connecting Tirumala from Alipiri, Chandragiri, Mamandur, Bhakrapet etc. painted by our artist Sri Anand”, he added.

Antique Stringed Instruments Collection

Antique Stringed Instruments Collection

Adding further, the officer said, “This year our expo will be unique with the rare and antique pieces put for display. Nearly 20 lakh pilgrims throng Tirumala during the nine-day annual brahmotsavams.

Antique Collection of Parasu, Katars & More

Antique Collection of Parasu, Katars & More

About 60% of them make their visit to the exhibitions. So we are sure that our expo will enhance awareness among pilgrim public about the historical significance of Tirumala”, he maintained.

Antique Collection of Swords

Antique Collection of Swords

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