A total of 50 films from around the world will have their India premiere during the 20th edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK).
Riteish Deshmukh, whose Marathi production "Yellow" has been selected as the opening film of the first IFFPD, says it is a "special film" and he is "honoured and excited" with the selection.
Nikhil Siddhartha, who plays an NRI in "Shankarabharanam", says he spent over a month in New York to be able to sink his teeth into the character.
Sundeep Kishan will star in the Telugu remake of Malayalam hit "Neram", which is likely to feature Keerthy Suresh in the lead role.
Atharvaa said, "When I was required to play an athlete, I wanted to look like one, which was only possible if I trained like one."
Suriya's bilingual project with Trivikram, which was announced a few months ago, will finally go on floors next year.
The 20th edition of the IFFK will feature 20 movies that have been handpicked by renowned filmmaker Shaji N Karun.
T Rajeev Nath, Chairman of the Kerala Chalachitra Academy says IFFI has now lost its sheen as the premier movie gala of the sub-continent has become a mere "Bollywood extravaganza".
Manjima Mohan, who is being launched in the Tamil and Telugu film industries by Gautham Vasudev Menon, considers the filmmaker as an ideal teacher for any actor.
Actress Amyra Dastur has signed a yet-untitled Telugu multi-starrer featuring Vishnu Manchu and Raj Tarun.
Kamal Haasan, Chiranjeevi and Akkineni Nagarjuna among others will attend the first edition of IIFA Utsavam 2015.
S.S. Rajamouli said the best thing about Kerala is that one does not need to wander more for locations.
Devi Sri Prasad has finally decided to don the greasepaint for a yet-untitled Telugu project.
Pragya Jaiswal will play Ravi Teja's love interest in upcoming Telugu film "Yevado Okadu".
K K Senthil Kumar says he was disappointed with CGI errors in "Baahubali" which made many scenes look fake.
Anushka Shetty's “Size Zero” movie, which released worldwide in cinemas on Friday (November 27), opened to a positive response.
Sohan Roy and I.V.Sasi have joined hands to make a film on the 1990 Kuwait war.
With his next, Punjabi comedy Mukhtiar Chadha releasing on Friday (November 27), a lean and fit Dosanjh talks about this colourful character that actually exists in Delhi.
Mohanlal signed another project in the language alongside actor Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao (NTR) Jr.
Parul Yadav, who essays an important role in Ram Gopal Varma's upcoming multilingual film "Killing Veerappan", says five minutes was all she needed to agree to be part of the project.
Filmmaker A.R. Murugadoss's highly anticipated Telugu film with superstar Mahesh Babu will roll from 2016.
AK Bir says they will be re-releasing controversial movie "Nanak Shah Fakir" with proper alterations in the script.
NTR Jr. may croon a special track in his upcoming Telugu film "Naanaku Prematho".
Vijay will team up with director Bharathan for his next untitled film, which will be produced by the famous Vijaya Productions.
Sonal Chauhan says the issue of weight struggles has been addressed in the "most sensitive" and "beautiful manner" in forthcoming Telugu-Tamil bilingual comedy "Size Zero".
Playback singer Kousalya has filed a harassment suit against her husband Subramanyam.
Anushka Shetty believes that when you love and respect your body, you will be able to crack the secret to staying fit.
Aisha Sharma will be making her Telugu and Kannada film debut with "Rogue", which went on floors in Bangkok sometime ago.
Going by the two posters of '24', Suriya dons extremely distinct avatars of an assassin and a scientist.
Vaibhav Reddy says working in 'Hello Naan Pei Pesuren' was thoroughly entertaining, but also physically exhausting.
Zoya Afroz may team up with Shanmugapandian, son of veteran actor-politician Vijayakanth, in "Tamizhan Endru Sol".
Avika Gor will collaborate with actor Nikhil Siddhartha in his yet-untitled Telugu project.
Superstar Rajinikanth will undergo special make-up test for the sequel to Tamil blockbuster "Enthiran" next month.
Geetanjali Kulkarni, last seen in "Court", this year's official Oscar entry from India, has joined the cast of "Sandhya".
After a gap of nearly three decades Om Puri is all set to make a comeback in Malayalam films with an upcoming horror thriller.
Kamal Haasan will star in a trilingual film, titled "Amma Nanna Aata".