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A story about the adventures of a trouble maker boy who gets admitted to a Women's College with over 3000 girls !!

Christmas Eve, London. While the snow-clad city gets ready to celebrate the festival of peace and joy, a series of bizarre incidents shatter the Christmas calm. A couple of luckless Indians find themselves hauled by the London police and made scapegoats. Or are they? Chocolate unfolds a web of sinister plots, slowly unearthing true and mystifying personalities of seven individuals - seven high-strung, distinctive people who have chosen to remain in the foreign land hoping to make or break their lives.

Prithviraj to team up with Deepu

Prithviraj is said to play the lead role in the upcoming film directed by Deepu Karunakaran. His last movie was Crazy Gopalan starring Dileep, which was comedy packed thriller. The movie is said to...
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Mayur writes dialogue for Om Shanti Om

By: Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Thursday, September 20, 2007Mayur Puri, who in the past has contributed with lyrics in number of films, has written the dialogues of Om Shanti Om. Puri belongs to the...
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Chocolate Ramzan treat from Prithviraj

Monday, October 08, 2007 Prithiviraj did not have any release during Onam this year. However, the actor will have his film Chocolate hitting the theatres this Ramzan. The colourful youth film also...
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Chocolate - Review

Thursday, November 15, 2007 Shafi has made a Chocolate with all-important flavours required to entice the audiences. It has romance, humour, sentiments, and rhythmic songs, all in right...
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Sushma Reddy makes her debut

Courtesy: IndiaFM Tuesday, May 16, 2006 She is one amongst the trio of the famous Reddy sisters. Yes, we're talking about the very beautiful Sushma Reddy. After being a prominent face in the...
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Larger than life roles tougher

Tuesday, June 20, 2006  New Delhi (UNI): He is among the few actors in the industry who have essayed roles in 'larger-than-life' films of the 70s and 80s as well as 'real-life' cinema of the...
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