Director S.V. Krishna Reddy, who has been away from filmdom since his last release - 2009 Telugu comedy "Masth" - is back to make a sequel to the 1994 Telugu blockbuster "Yamaleela".  

Suchitra Sen not out of danger yet, on oxygen therapy

Suchitra Sen not out of danger yet, on oxygen therapy

Described as "critically ill", legendary Bengali actress Suchitra Sen, who is suffering from serious respiratory problems, remains on oxygen therapy, a medical bulletin said Tuesday.  

'Anegan' keeps Dhanush busy during Pongal

'Anegan' keeps Dhanush busy during Pongal

Southern actor Dhanush will miss Pongal celebrations Tuesday, due to his upcoming Tamil thriller "Anegan" shooting. But he says he is enjoying working with the film's director K.V. Anand.  

Lakshmi hopes to break women-centric stereotypes with her next

Lakshmi hopes to break women-centric stereotypes with her next

Actress-filmmaker Lakshmi Ramakrishnan says her yet-to be-titled second Tamil directorial, soon to roll, will be a "commercially viable" outing aimed at breaking all women-centric stereotypes.  

Simhachalam set in 'Legend' a visual treat: Director

Simhachalam set in 'Legend' a visual treat: Director

The temple town of Simhachalam was recently recreated here for important scenes in upcoming Telugu political-drama "Legend". Director Boyapati Srinu says it will be a visual treat for the audience.  

Uday Kiran to be cremated Tuesday

Uday Kiran to be cremated Tuesday

Telugu actor Uday Kiran, who committed suicide here, will be cremated Tuesday. His body has been kept at the Andhra Pradesh Film Chamber of Commerce for the public to pay their last respects.  

Working with Mohanlal was overwhelming for Kajal

Working with Mohanlal was overwhelming for Kajal

Southern actress Kajal Agarwal, who has teamed up Malayalam superstar Mohanlal in forthcoming Tamil action-drama "Jilla", said that sharing screen space with him was an overwhelming experience for her.  

Uday was a passionate actor: Director Teja

Uday was a passionate actor: Director Teja

Telugu filmmaker Dharma Teja, who launched Uday Kiran with "Chitram" in 2000, said the late actor was a very passionate actor.