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Sabari goes on a 'revenge' mode and bumps off the rowdy elements, who are disturbing peace and tranquility in the city.From a serious cop to a caring doctor, it is a transformation for Captain Vijayakanth. But his mission remains the same and that is, eliminating the evil elements from the society.Seemingly inspired by Ramana, director Suresh has woven a script which suits Vijayakanth's new-found political image and gives him enough scope to flex...

Sabari is a thriller based movie in which, Sabari movie speaks about the impact of superstitious beliefs on the society. The entire story is starts and ends within a span of 24 hrs.

Eesha Koppikar changes her name again!

Isha Koppikar, who rechristened her spelling to Eesha Koppikar, is back to her roots again. The actress has changed her name by bringing it to the original form, as her attempt to turn her fortunes...
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Sabari, a socio-fantasy movie

A socio-fantasy film called Sabari is being produced by Narasimha Reddy Chatla and Ravi Chatla under the banner of CSR Films introducing Jayasekhar Kallu as director. The shooting of the film was...
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sabari scheduled for Feb.1

Thursday, January 25, 2007sabari Vijayakanth's new film is said to have been made as well as his movie Ramana was made. The film, which was supposed to be released on Pongal, is postponed for a...
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sabari to rock the medical world

By: ImmanuvalMonday, March 05, 2007Producer Salem Chandrasekhar has planned to release his mega budget much-awaited film sabari, on 16 March amidst the high fever of examinations and World cup...
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sabari release postponement dissapoints

By: Settu ShankarTuesday, March 20, 2007 It was a sad Friday for the ardent fans and party cadres of Captain. Yes... his latest and one of the most eagerly awaited films, sabari, could not be...
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Sabari Review

By: Settu ShankarMonday, March 26, 2007 The entire media has tried to establish the movie as another Ramana; the hero of the movie, the 'Captain' himself is satisfied with the way the film has been...
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