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Aayirathil Oruvan similar to Lost' plot

Group of people at odds in all aspects get lost in an unknown island and all of sudden they travel from 2006 to 1977- 30 years back to the past. Is it reality or realms of fiction? Plainly,...
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RGV's Aag finally finds a admirer

Ram Gopal Varma’s Agyaat might not have clicked many hearts in India. However, the music of the film is creating waves in London. Especially, “Kiss Me Kiss Me’ song is at number 2...
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RGV thought Dhoni to be a wannabe actor

Talk about living in a shell. Ram Gopal Varma learnt how embarrassing it could get when he failed to recognize Mahendra Singh Dhoni recently. The cricketer met the director in the VIP lounge at the...
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Ramu reveals plot of Agyaat 2

Characteristically defiant as hell, Ram Gopal Varma intends to go ahead with a sequel to his just-released shiver-giver Agyaat. The film has garnered extremely mixed reviews. But ask Ramu if he...
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Swine flu hits Bollywood business

This week came as full of surprises for both industry people and cine-goers. Firstly, Love Aaj Kal though still over-riding has almost 65 percent reduction in its business in the second week. Teree...
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Agyaat does well at single screen

Both Agyaat and Teree Sang competed for audience attention this Friday. While Agyaat was strong at single screens -- 60% to 70% -- the numbers at plexes weren't too encouraging [20% +]. On the...
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Adavi – Review

Ram Gopal Varma is known for making typical films and in most of the films he tries to horrify the audiences but hardly succeeds in his attempts. In his latest film Agyaat he has introduced Nitin...
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Agyaat Review

Ram Gopal Varma thinks differently. This time too the maverick film-maker defies the stereotype and takes to the dense forests of Sri Lanka to meet an 'unknown' force. But let's clear the...
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